From The Freep: Gabriel Chabot feature

When the Boston University men’s hockey team announced its freshman class this past summer, there was one surprise. The big names – Keller, Bellows, Krys, Fabbro and Oettinger – rolled through, and then a curveball popped up on Twitter: Gabriel Chabot.

As a result, some of you may have been wondering all fall and winter exactly who Chabot is. After all, he’s scored twice for BU and been a constant in the lineup, more specifically on the fourth line.

To provide more insight into the 21-year-old winger’s story, Jonathan wrote up a feature over on The Daily Free Press.

Here’s a small snippet:

“That’s the thing — I want to be here for the long run,” Chabot said. “Some guys have the opportunity to leave after a year or two, but they don’t to get to be a part of this school, the fans, the program. This is amazing. I want to be here as long as I can.”

The rest is yours to read…

From The FreeP: Pat Curry Feature

BU hockey fans, we have another feature laying in wait. This time we profiled Patrick Curry, one of the Terriers’ nine freshmen.

He has six points through his first 14 collegiate games, but it’s often the intangibles that best sum up Curry’s contributions. Be sure to check out all Jonathan wrote up here over on The Daily Free Press.

Here’s a small snippet:

“He’s definitely one of those guys who’s not afraid to mix it up out there and he’s very good at getting guys off their game,” Maciuk said. “He has a little bit of that Kenny Linseman in him from back in the day. You want to have him on your team because you hate to play against him.”

The rest is yours to read…