‘Soa-King it all in’: Lifelong LA fan Nieto drafted by San Jose

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff During the 2011 NHL Draft in St. Paul, Minn. last weekend, 211 young men saw a lifelong dream realized. And as far as Boston University rising-sophomore forward Matt Nieto is concerned, it was a long time coming. “When I was really young, I made a little book for school, and it … Read more‘Soa-King it all in’: Lifelong LA fan Nieto drafted by San Jose

Inside the 2011 NHL Draft with Adam Clendening

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff It was supposed to be one of the most exciting weekends of his life, but if anything, the 2011 NHL Draft started off a bit boring for Boston University defenseman Adam Clendening. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound defenseman was drafted in the second round (36th overall) on Saturday by the Chicago Blackhawks, but … Read moreInside the 2011 NHL Draft with Adam Clendening

Cronin leaves NU for Maple Leafs

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff The Toronto Maple Leafs announced this afternoon that they have hired Northeastern University coach Greg Cronin as an assistant coach, ending Cronin’s six-year tenure at NU. The Boston Herald first reported the move this morning. “Coaching in a city like Toronto, which is just dripping with hockey, I thought is a … Read moreCronin leaves NU for Maple Leafs

Poulin stays busy after Frozen Four appearance

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff The Boston University women’s hockey team has not played a game since losing in the Frozen Four final to Wisconsin at the end of March, but freshman phenom Marie-Philip Poulin has been plenty busy. In the last three months, the Hockey East Rookie of the Year earned a silver medal in … Read morePoulin stays busy after Frozen Four appearance

Former Terrier Andrew Glass to continue hockey career at Canadian college

By Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff Former Terrier Andrew Glass will begin the next chapter of his hockey career by joining the Carleton University Ravens next season. Glass played in 54 games in his Terrier career and totaled 10 points before he was dismissed from the team in the middle of the 2010-11 season for “missing meetings … Read moreFormer Terrier Andrew Glass to continue hockey career at Canadian college