(Photo by Matt Dresens)
This past week, the former Terrier made his NHL debut with the Dallas Stars, the team that drafted him 38th overall in the 2009 entry draft. Chiasson wasted no time finding the back of the net, as he scored in just his second NHL game. Two days letter, he scored two goals in the Stars' 5-4 (so) win vs San Jose. In his first four NHL games, Chiasson has racked up four points.
saw time in his first pro game. So far since leaving BU a week or so ago, Nieto has 2 goals and 2 assists in five games for the AHL Worcester Sharks. Nieto wears number 40 for those keeping track at home.
Tomorrow night kicks off College Hockey's final weekend. In the early game out in Pittsburg, Lowell will take on Yale in their first ever Frozen Four game. Later Thursday night, St. Cloud State and Quinnipeac will do battle. QU, Lowell, and SCSU all never have made the Frozen Four and Yale last made it in 1952.