Thursday, August 18, 2016
Brandon Fortunato has left the BU hockey program and will transfer to Quinnipiac. The North Hills, N.Y., native who scored 40 points (6G, 34A) in 79 games for BU, will sit out the 2016-17 season before completing his remaining two seasons of eligibility.
With Fortunato’s departure, BU has eight blueliners led by senior Captain Doyle Somerby. Also returning are juniors Brien Diffley, Brandon Hickey and John MacLeod, and sophomore Charlie McAvoy. Highly-touted freshmen Dante Fabbro and Chad Krys complete the blueline corps.
● Boston Hockey Blog report
● SB Nation report
Former BU All-American and captain of the 2002-03 Terriers Freddy Meyer talks about his collegiate and pro career as well as his coaching career. He’s currently head coach of a Boston area junior team, the East Coast Wizards, and runs hockey camps and clinics.
● Musingsofa hockeyenthusiast.com Dream Big
Women’s TeamRan into this guy tonight! Pat Enright BU hockey -All tourney Team 1960 NCAA Final 4! Great Stories! @TerrierHockey pic.twitter.com/c7Zp5GLk1e— Chris Potter (@WesleyanHockey) August 17, 2016
BU junior forwards Victoria Bach and Rebecca Leslie are skating for Team Canada’s U22 National Team in its three-game series against Team USA in Calgary. Canada won last night’s opening game, 2-1, with Bach tallying the game’s first goal and assisting on the game-winner.
Team USA’s Under 22 Select Team is being coached by former Terrier netminder—and current Providence College head coach—Bob Deraney.
● USA Hockey recap
● Hockey Canada recap, box score and video
● GoTerriers.com report
● USA Hockey report on Deraney
Highlights from Team USA's 2-1 loss to Canada in the 2016 Women's Under-22 Series opener. #U22Serieshttps://t.co/8AiSyqqsH4— USA Hockey (@usahockey) August 18, 2016
Terrier assistant coach Katie Lachappelle is an assistant coach for Team USA’s 2016 Women’s U18 Select Team that is playing a three-game series vs. Canada in Calgary beginning Aug. 18.
● USA Hockey report
Friday, August 12, 2016
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Beantown Summer Classic playoffs tmrw. 2 Pro Div. standouts so far = Waterloo RW Ethan DeStefani (Merrimack), Sioux City C Matt Quercia (BU)— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) August 10, 2016