Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Four Terriers taken in NHL Draft

                                                              Photo Credit to Indy Star

Four current/future Boston University Terriers were taken in the first 50 picks of the NHL draft this weekend. Star rising sophomore Jack Eichel was taken second overall as expected by the Buffalo Sabres where he will eventually join former linemate Evan Rodrigues in the organization. The second Terrier taken was Eichel's classmate,AJ Greer who went 39th overall to the Colorado Avalanche.Greer will most likely spend 2-3 more seasons on Comm. Ave before making the jump the professional ranks however. Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson went 45th to the Boston Bruins and Jordan Greenway went 50th to Minnesota Wild. Both of them will be freshmen on the team this coming season and expect to make immediate impacts with classmate Maxim Letunov who was a second round draftpick in last year's draft.

                                                                   The real JFK
Updated line projections
* Indicates could be busy winning NHL rookie of the year

Greenway-Olsson-JJ Piccinich

Robert Carpenter, Chase Phelps,Mike Moran, Sean Mactavish, and Tommy Kelley will all be battling for time on the ice as well in one of the deeper,talented groups of forwards in BU hockey history.

Grizz- MacLeod
Hickey Fortunato

The defense is also very deep and has 8 capable dmen who can contribute both offensively and defensively.

Sean Maguire
Connor Lacouvee
Max Prawdzik

The above three tweets show what a deep team the Terriers will have going into next season in case you weren't already aware.  Coach Quinn was rewarded the strong promise of the future with a 5 year contract for his efforts in his first two years at the head of the program. The schedule was also released and the above three tweets show why no games where schedule during the U20 World Championship tournament next winter as the Terriers could be missing up to 7 players from their roster. It is certainly a great time to be a Terrier fan.

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