Nick Bonino, Ross Gaudet and Kieran Millan Postgame Transcripts

Transcriptions by Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff Nick Bonino On his 100th career point:It’s exciting. I mean, it’s an honor to join the other guys who have gotten the 100 points already. Making the play is half the battle. You need guys who can put it in the net. Ross was big tonight getting the goals, and … Read more Nick Bonino, Ross Gaudet and Kieran Millan Postgame Transcripts

Grading the Terriers: 1/29 vs. UMass

By Scott McLaughlin/DFP Staff Photo by Sarah Gordon/DFP Staff Offense: A What’s not to like? Six goals, 37 shots, 18 grade-A chances. Particularly beastly was the Ross Gaudet-Nick Bonino-Joe Pereira line. Gaudet had two goals, Bonino had three assists to reach 100 points for his career and the trio was a combined plus-7 on the … Read more Grading the Terriers: 1/29 vs. UMass

Joubert to be inducted into BU Hall of Fame

Jacques Joubert, captain of the 1995 BU hockey team that won the Beanpot, Hockey East title and NCAA championship, will be inducted into the BU Hall of Fame this summer. Joubert is 32nd on the BU all-time scoring list with 131 points (66 goals, 65 assists) in three seasons with the Terriers –– Joubert transfered … Read more Joubert to be inducted into BU Hall of Fame

From the FreeP: Two steps back

By Cary Betagole/DFP Staff After his team’s blood, sweat and tear stained win over Boston College on Friday, Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker was asked who among his players had stepped their game up the most. “I thought they all did,” he said. It’s safe to say lightning didn’t strike for the second … Read more From the FreeP: Two steps back

From the FreeP: Parker calls out team leaders

By Jake Seiner/DFP Staff Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker didn’t have much to say after Saturday’s 4-1 loss to the No. 16 University of New Hampshire. The list of positive things he had to say was even shorter. “It’s hard to comment on this game, because I don’t want to take away from … Read more From the FreeP: Parker calls out team leaders