Draft day 2: seven future Terriers hear their names called

Terrier Fan Blog June 23, 2019 Comments Off on Draft day 2: seven future Terriers hear their names called

Another exciting NHL Draft is in the books!

Five incoming freshmen selected on Saturday for a total of six on the weekend. #ProudToBUhttps://t.co/l4DGPDcJA7pic.twitter.com/QAGDjpYJsR

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 23, 2019

Day 2 of the NHL Entry draft saw seven Terrier recruits selected. 2nd round: Alex Vlasic (Chicago, #43) and Robert Mastrosimone (Detroit, #54). 3rd round: Domenick Fensore (Carolina #90). 4th round Ethan Phillips (Detroit #97), Cade Webber (Carolina #99) and Case McCarthy (New Jersey 118) 6th round Braden Doyle (Los Angeles #157). All are 2019 recruits except for Webber and Doyle, who arrive in 2020.
Combined with Trevor Zegas’ selection at #9 in the first round by Anaheim, it gave BU an NCAA-best total of eight for the 2019 draft, two more than North Dakota.

Ready for an exciting couple of days in Vancouver with this group! #NHLDraft19#ProudToBUpic.twitter.com/oUsiegR39j

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 21, 2019

Adding recent transfer Jay O’Brien, a 2018 first-round pick by Philadelphia (#19 overall) who will be eligible in 2020, the Terriers have nine committed/drafted skaters.

Of the total of 70 drafted players committed to NCAA schools, 27 will play in Hockey East.

Phillips’ selection by the Red Wings sets up a reunion for the right wing with Filip Zadina, Detroit’s top pick in 2018. Zadina had billeted with Phillips and his family in Halifax while playing with the Mooseheads in 2017-18.

Congrats center Ethan Phillips of @sfstampede(@USHL). Billet brother to Nico Hischier and Filip Zadina is now property of the Detroit Red Wings (Rd 4, No. 97). Would be something if Zadina and Phillips played on the same line for Wings one day.

— Mike Morreale (@mikemorrealeNHL) June 22, 2019

One of the biggest winners of the draft weekend is former Terrier and New Jersey head coach John Hynes. Not only did the Devils win the draft’s grand prize, top selection Jack Hughes, who broke Clayton Keller’s NTDP points record), they also traded for standout PK Subban. And drafted McCarthy.

Devils selected big defenseman Case McCarthy at No 118. McCarthy was the D-man who got in the grill of Trevor Zegras during practice I attended in March. Another tough-as-nails D-man.

— Mike Morreale (@mikemorrealeNHL) June 22, 2019

And the first Terrier off the board on day two is Alex Vlasic! The Illinois native gets selected by @NHLBlackhawks– WOW! #GoBUpic.twitter.com/Gpd9PKoG8n

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

Up next… Robert Mastrosimone from @ChicagoSteelgoes to @DetroitRedWingsat pick #54! #GoBUpic.twitter.com/YSZfXBolMF

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

At pick #90, d-man Domenick Fensore (@USAHockeyNTDP) goes to @NHLCanes! #GoBUpic.twitter.com/l8ppHVarRL

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

.@DetroitRedWingsselect their second BU forward of the afternoon as Ethan Phillips (@sfstampede) becomes a top-100 pick! #GoBUpic.twitter.com/4QOlN630ef

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

Our fifth incoming freshman to be selected today… d-man Case McCarthy (@USAHockeyNTDP) goes to @NJDevilsat #118! #GoBUpic.twitter.com/BQ9ZXZpmZ6

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

With the 99th pick in the 2019 #NHLDraft, the #Canesselect Cade Webber! pic.twitter.com/577NJdNxBx

— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) June 22, 2019

Welcome to the team, @bdoyle07! 🎉 pic.twitter.com/8AwX0J6NKv

— LA Kings (@LAKings) June 22, 2019

● SBNation-Anaheim Ducks select Trevor Zegras

● SBNation Second City Hockey Blackhawks select Alex Vlasic in 2nd round

● SBNation Winging It In Motown Red Wings select Robert Mastrosimone

— BU Men’s Hockey (@TerrierHockey) June 22, 2019

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