Tuesday, November 1, 2011

News, Notes, and Other Stuff

While at BU, Bonino amassed
45 goals, 72 assists, for a total
of 117 points in 116 games
played in thee seasons. One of
those goals was the game tying
strike in the national
Championship game.
(Photo by Matt Dresens)
Yesterday, former Terrier star, Nick Bonino was called up from AHL Syracuse and will join the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL. Bonino played in 4 of the Ducks 6 playoff games last spring. Anaheim was ousted by Colin Wilson's, Nashville Predators in the first round of the Western Conference Quarterfinals.

In 35 NHL games, Bonino has scored one goal and registered 1 assist. While in the AHL last season, he played 50 games in which he racked up 12 goals and 33 assists for a total of 45 points. In 9 games with the Crush this season, Bonino has 2 goals and 9 assists.

His Ducks jersey has been added to the blog header as he makes his 2012 NHL debut tonight against Washington on Verses.

BU Gets a New Recruit For Next Fall
The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog is reporting that BU has picked up another recruit for next year. Wesley Myron of the BCHL's Vancouver Grizzles is a  "a polished power forward" according to the post. For More info on Myron, click here.

Alternative Energy  
BU is undefeated while wearing the alternative uniforms this season. BU dawned the throw-back sweaters over the weekend and came away with a win and a tie. Nick Bonino is wearing the alternate jersey in the picture at the top of the article. 

BU, also won the National Championship in 2009 while wearing the alternate white uniforms. For an example of the red alternates, look at the Captaincy Photo of Chris Connolly on the left side of the side bar.

1 comment:

  1. You've got the Beanpot in your neck of the woods. Out here on the prairie we have the Golden Gophers - Fighting Sioux rivalry is one of the most storied in college hockey. And they go at it this weekend in Minneapolis. Here's a look at probably the most important goal scored during this rivalry. It's freshman Neal Broten's amazing shot that clinched the 1979 NCAA Championship in Overtime. Enjoy!