Coaches visit NHL camps; Former Terriers on the move–UPDATED

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It was a busy hockey weekend between NHL Development Camps, the first days of NHL free agency and USA Hockey’s Select 17 Festival.

BU associate head coach Paul Pearl was guest coach at Bruins Development Camp while Albie O’Connell invited by Flyers. @MarkDivveralready reported NU associate head coach Jerry Keefe at LA Kings Dev Camp. Outside Hockey East Cornell associate head coach Ben Syer @ Capitals camp.

— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) July 1, 2018

NCAA news.  Nashville Predators 1st rounder, Dante Fabbro will return to B.U next season.

— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 1, 2018

● Fabbro eyes place in Predators’ defenseman fraternity  
● TheTennessean Fabbro sees NHL future in Nashville

Both Patrick Harper (photo) and David Farrance, who are at Predators’ development camp with Fabbro, were interviewed for the Admirals Roundtable.
Harper audio interview  
Farrance audio interview BU brings aboard Pearl as new associate head coach 

Looking back

SIGNING: We’ve signed defenseman Brandon Hickey to a two-year, entry-level contract.

Welcome, @BHickey14! #LetsGoBuffalo ⚔️

— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) July 1, 2018 Sabres sign Brandon Hickey Sabres, Hickey agree to entry level contract

OFFICIAL: The #NJDevilshave inked defenseman Eric Gryba to a one-year, two way deal.


— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) July 1, 2018

Former Terrier captain Wade Megan signed a one-year deal with Detroit after spending the past two seasons with the Blues organization. He scored his first NHL goal in 2016. report

Much traveled blueliner Adam Clendening’s next stop is Columbus, after signing a one-year, two-way contract with the Blue Jackets. His 86 NHL starts include games with Arizona, Rangers,  Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Vancouver and Chicago. report

Drew Melanson, who was in Rangers’ development camp, has been signed by New York’s AHL team, the Hartford Wolfpack.

NY Post David Quinn gets rave reviews from those who know best

Looking ahead
2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone and 2020 recruit Cade Webber (photo) were selected to play in today’s All-Star game at USA Hockey’s Select 17 Development Camp. Mastrosimone, who plays for the USHL Chicago Steel, had three goals and an assist in five tournament games. Webber, a 6’5″ defenseman at The Rivers School, had one assist. Following the All-Star game both Mastrosimone and Webber were selected for USA Hockey’s U-18 Selects squad that will play in the Hlinka Gretzky Cup Tournament in Alberta this August.

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