Terriers unveil 10-member recruit class

Terrier Fan Blog July 26, 2019 Comments Off on Terriers unveil 10-member recruit class



Let's kick off the weekend by introducing members of our incoming class! These 10 standouts are already getting acclimated to BU and our program by taking summer classes and taking part in morning workouts. pic.twitter.com/WVvfLqjtE0

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

BU announced its 10-man freshman class today on Twitter, featuring four defensemen, five forwards and one swing player who can play up front or on the blueline. They’ll join 15 returnees and two graduate transfers, announced earlier this week, on the Terrier roster.
More information about each player can be found in the sidebar in the Terrier Recruits section.

We'll start off with Jamie Armstrong! This Rhode Island native and former @AOF_Hockeystandout played for the @juniorbruinsand @ciflyingacesover the past two seasons and will bolster our forward group.

He will wear #12. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/Sv24zMsEpN

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Next up is another forward... Markus Boguslavsky! This Calgary native played three seasons for the @drumdragonsof @TheAJHLand served as captain this past year.

He will wear #15 as a Terrier. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/Pjs1KanCQd

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Next up... local product John Copeland! He was a captain at @BHSHockey_before playing for @CPCANADIANSthis past year. He will add depth to both the forwards and the d-corps.

John will wear #27. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/d5VnisEEJy

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Can you guess the last time we had a player from the state of Wisconsin?

Welcome to BU, Sean Driscoll! This d-man starred with the @JanesvilleJets1the past two seasons after a year in the @GoBCHL.

He will wear #14. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/vLncSDngew

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

One of four incoming freshmen from the @USAHockeyNTDP... defenseman Domenick Fensore! He was selected in the third round of last month's NHL Draft by the @NHLCanes.

He will wear #23. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/zsErHWxRre

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Another New Yorker (there are 4 in the class) ... forward Robert Mastrosimone! He led @ChicagoSteelto the 2019 @USHLEastern Conference title before being selected in the second round of the NHL Draft by @DetroitRedWings.

He will wear #16. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/vGWGjkeCZC

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

A fourth-round pick of the @NJDevils... defenseman Case McCarthy! This western NY native spent the past two seasons with the @USAHockeyNTDPand was a captain for the U17 squad.

He will wear #2. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/Nq2npJJ5ml

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Next up, a high-scoring Canadian forward ... Ethan Phillips! He helped the @sfstampedewin the 2019 @USHLClark Cup title then became a third-round selection of the @DetroitRedWingsin the NHL Draft.

He will wear #28. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/9KNi9RslCu

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

From Chicagoland and the @USAHockeyNTDP... big d-man Alex Vlasic! Alex was taken by his hometown @NHLBlackhawksin the second round of the NHL Draft.

He will wear #7. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/Jrx6nwMf3l

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

And finally, the ninth overall pick in the 2019 Draft ... forward Trevor Zegras! He starred for the @USAHockeyNTDPover the past two years before being selected by the @AnaheimDucks.

He will wear lucky #13. #GoBUpic.twitter.com/5I5ueFl6mT

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

The Sean Driscoll tweet asks who was the last Terrier from Wisconsin. Blog contributor defkit had the answer: All-American goalie JP McKersie.

Three members of the incoming class (McCarthy, Vlasic, Zegras) are on the USA White roster while @FarabeeJoel is on the Blue squad. Mastrosimone was invited to the #WJSS but will miss it due to injury. #ProudToBU https://t.co/nzlQaAIDEX

— BU Men's Hockey (@TerrierHockey) July 26, 2019

Looking back
Buffalo Sabres forward Evan Rodrigues was award a 1-year, $2 million contract in arbitration. Last season, he had a career best 29 points in 74 games.
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