Collier, Carrabino cut from BU men’s hockey roster

by Sarah Kirkpatrick/DFP Staff Freshman forward Brendan Collier and redshirt sophomore defenseman J.D. Carrabino have been cut from the Boston University men’s hockey team, a team source confirmed with the Boston Hockey Blog. BU head coach David Quinn told The Daily Free Press on April 24 he would cut an unspecified number of returning players … Read moreCollier, Carrabino cut from BU men’s hockey roster

Terriers land NTDP U18 defenseman Brandon Fortunato

By Conor Ryan/DFP Staff The Boston University men’s hockey team has added yet another piece to its already impressive recruiting class for the upcoming 2014-15 campaign, as a source confirmed to the Boston Hockey Blog that NTDP U18 defenseman Brandon Fortunato has committed to Boston University. Fortunato took to Twitter to confirm the news of … Read moreTerriers land NTDP U18 defenseman Brandon Fortunato

David Quinn speaks to high school freshmen about leadership, adversity

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff Boston University men’s hockey coach David Quinn had a young group of players this year, but Tuesday morning at Masconomet Regional High School in Topsfield, his audience was even younger. Quinn spent the morning speaking with the Masco freshman class, teaching them lessons on leadership and dealing with adversity. Quinn spoke … Read moreDavid Quinn speaks to high school freshmen about leadership, adversity

From the FreeP: Men’s hockey adds six new skaters for 2014-15 campaign

By Kevin Dillon/DFP Staff The reinforcements are finally on their way for the Boston University men’s hockey team, as six recruits have signed their national letters of intent to join the squad in 2014-15. The incoming freshmen include three forwards in Jack Eichel, J.J. Piccinich and Chase Phelps, as well as three defensemen in Brandon … Read moreFrom the FreeP: Men’s hockey adds six new skaters for 2014-15 campaign

From the FreeP: Men’s hockey stumbles in transitional season

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff Boston University Athletics marketed the 2013-14 season as a “New Era” for BU Athletics. Along with other changes throughout the department, the university hired a new bench boss for its men’s hockey team for the first time in 40 years. As the new-season excitement wore off and the slogan lost its … Read moreFrom the FreeP: Men’s hockey stumbles in transitional season