Player of the Week honors for Harper; Player of the Month for Bach

Terrier Fan Blog December 5, 2017 Comments Off on Player of the Week honors for Harper; Player of the Month for Bach
Sophomore Patrick Harper has been named Hockey East Player of the Week, for the second time this season, after ringing up four assists in BU’s 7-4 win at BC Friday. Shane Bower recorded four points—2G, 2A—in the home-and-home with the Eagles.

Patrick now ranks second among Hockey East players in points this season with 19 on six goals and a league-best 13 assists. #GoBU https://t.co/UwCCJhebGQ

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) December 4, 2017

● Hockey East Online report
● GoTerriers report
Looking ahead
Jeff Cox profiles 2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone for New York Hockey Journal. The 5-9 forward from East Islip, NY is in his first USHL season with the Chicago Steel (4G, 6A) after producing 155 points in two season at Shattuck St. Mary’s. He also played in the World Selects Invitational in 2015 and 2016.
Looking back 

Nick Bonino scored his fifth goal of the season in Nashville’s 5-3 win over the Bruins. Charlie McAvoy’s third goal got Boston on the board after the Predators built a 4-0 lead.
NHL.com recap and comprehensive box score
Alex Chiasson scored his fourth goal in Washington’s 4-3 win against Columbus.
NHL.com recap and highlights 
● Recovered from a hand-injury that idled him since the season began and having completed a stint in the AHL (5 goals and 5 assists in eight games), Evan Rodrigues rejoined the Sabres and will skate on their third line.
NHL.com/Sabres Rodrigues recalled to Buffalo
SpectrumNews: Video interview (Rodrigues, Jack Eichel
Chris Bourque scored his 10th goal of the season in overtime to give Hershey a 4-3 win against Wilkes Barre/Scranton.  Bourque, who also recorded an assist, sits atop the AHL scoring race with 30 points.

Women’s Team

Senior Victoria Bach has been named Hockey East’s Player of the Month for November. The forward from Milton, Ontario led the country in several offensive categories over the month of November, including goals (13), points (21) goals per game (1.62), points per game (2.62), hat tricks (2), plus-minus (+17), shots on goal (61), and shots on goal per game (7.62). She posted four multi-goal games, the most of any player in the nation, and found the back of the net 11 times at even strength. She scored two game-winning goals and assisted on another.

We’ve seen the rumors of Victoria Bach scoring 300 million goals in November, and while we can’t show you ALL of those goals, here’s just some of the reasons why she was named Hockey East Player of the Month. pic.twitter.com/gNRPpuK4jF

— BU Women’s Hockey (@TerrierWHockey) December 5, 2017

GoTerriers.com report
HockeyEastOnline report

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