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    1991. A glorious weekend in BU Hockey history. 5-1, 8-1.
    The Amonte McEachren Tzachuk team. I stood next to some Michigan parent in the balcony next to the radio booth and he says “this arena is a joke “ and I said “so is your team”. I was so happy with myself. Now there was a rink with a home advantage!

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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    Quote Originally Posted by Jofa View Post
    The Amonte McEachren Tzachuk team. I stood next to some Michigan parent in the balcony next to the radio booth and he says “this arena is a joke “ and I said “so is your team”. I was so happy with myself. Now there was a rink with a home advantage!
    That *was* a really great weekend.
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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    Good luck to the Terriers this weekend. Go Hockey East.

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    I get those mid-90's years mixed up, but BU swept Michigan back in the old 3 game series, campus site set-up at Walter Brown. 94? 95? 96? 97?
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    1991. A glorious weekend in BU Hockey history. 4-1, 8-1.
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    The Amonte McEachren Tkachuk team. I stood next to some Michigan parent in the balcony next to the radio booth and he says “this arena is a joke “ and I said “so is your team”. I was so happy with myself. Now there was a rink with a home advantage!
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    That *was* a really great weekend.
    Yes, it was. After 12 days off BU came out flying in the first period of the first game with 25 total shot attempts, 16 on goal and 3 goals, while holding Michigan to 6 shots on 8 attempts. David Tomlinson scored the first goal at 7:04 from Petteri Koskimaki and Scott Cashman (RIP). David Sacco scored unassisted at 12:15 and Keith Tkachuk scored from Shawn McEachern at 13:54 for the 3-0 lead. Although Michigan put a little more pressure on BU the next two periods it was pretty much game over. The Wolverines finally scored with 2:44 left in the game, but Tom Dion countered that with an unassisted goal with 39 seconds left in the game.

    Game two was even worse for Michigan, as BU took a 1-0 lead 3:23 into the first on a goal by Koskimaki and doubled it at 12:47 of the period when Darin MacDonald got his second of the season. In the second BU pounded Michigan with 14 shots on 20 attempts, with 5 going into the net. Tomlinson started it at 3:02 of the period and Tony Amonte followed up just 1:27 later with a powerplay goal to make it 4-0. That was the end of the night for Michigan goalie Steve Shields who was replaced by Chris Gordon (who had played game one), The goalie change was for naught, as BU pumped in three goals in a span of 1:03 in the middle of the period. At 9:32 Ed Ronan scored 4x4, just 24 seconds later Dion scored 4x4 with assists from the Bavis brothers (RIP Mark) and 39 seconds later Sacco finished off the barrage. Amonte finished off the scoring for BU with a shorthanded goal at 4:39 to make it 8-0, before Michigan finally got one 1:08 later for the 8-1 final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Pickett View Post
    Yes, it was. After 12 days off BU came out flying in the first period of the first game with 25 total shot attempts, 16 on goal and 3 goals, while holding Michigan to 6 shots on 8 attempts. David Tomlinson scored the first goal at 7:04 from Petteri Koskimaki and Scott Cashman (RIP). David Sacco scored unassisted at 12:15 and Keith Tkachuk scored from Shawn McEachern at 13:54 for the 3-0 lead. Although Michigan put a little more pressure on BU the next two periods it was pretty much game over. The Wolverines finally scored with 2:44 left in the game, but Tom Dion countered that with an unassisted goal with 39 seconds left in the game.

    Game two was even worse for Michigan, as BU took a 1-0 lead 3:23 into the first on a goal by Koskimaki and doubled it at 12:47 of the period when Darin MacDonald got his second of the season. In the second BU pounded Michigan with 14 shots on 20 attempts, with 5 going into the net. Tomlinson started it at 3:02 of the period and Tony Amonte followed up just 1:27 later with a powerplay goal to make it 4-0. That was the end of the night for Michigan goalie Steve Shields who was replaced by Chris Gordon (who had played game one), The goalie change was for naught, as BU pumped in three goals in a span of 1:03 in the middle of the period. At 9:32 Ed Ronan scored 4x4, just 24 seconds later Dion scored 4x4 with assists from the Bavis brothers (RIP Mark) and 39 seconds later Sacco finished off the barrage. Amonte finished off the scoring for BU with a shorthanded goal at 4:39 to make it 8-0, before Michigan finally got one 1:08 later for the 8-1 final.

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    Ha! Those names!! I actually missed this series. I was in Florida and I remember going to the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach on Saturday and calling the press box from a pay phone to get the score so I would know if I was traveling to St. Paul the next weekend. That was when there was only a week between the NCAAs and the Final Four.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Pickett View Post
    Yes, it was. After 12 days off BU came out flying in the first period of the first game with 25 total shot attempts, 16 on goal and 3 goals, while holding Michigan to 6 shots on 8 attempts. David Tomlinson scored the first goal at 7:04 from Petteri Koskimaki and Scott Cashman (RIP). David Sacco scored unassisted at 12:15 and Keith Tkachuk scored from Shawn McEachern at 13:54 for the 3-0 lead. Although Michigan put a little more pressure on BU the next two periods it was pretty much game over. The Wolverines finally scored with 2:44 left in the game, but Tom Dion countered that with an unassisted goal with 39 seconds left in the game.

    Game two was even worse for Michigan, as BU took a 1-0 lead 3:23 into the first on a goal by Koskimaki and doubled it at 12:47 of the period when Darin MacDonald got his second of the season. In the second BU pounded Michigan with 14 shots on 20 attempts, with 5 going into the net. Tomlinson started it at 3:02 of the period and Tony Amonte followed up just 1:27 later with a powerplay goal to make it 4-0. That was the end of the night for Michigan goalie Steve Shields who was replaced by Chris Gordon (who had played game one), The goalie change was for naught, as BU pumped in three goals in a span of 1:03 in the middle of the period. At 9:32 Ed Ronan scored 4x4, just 24 seconds later Dion scored 4x4 with assists from the Bavis brothers (RIP Mark) and 39 seconds later Sacco finished off the barrage. Amonte finished off the scoring for BU with a shorthanded goal at 4:39 to make it 8-0, before Michigan finally got one 1:08 later for the 8-1 final.

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    Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Sean.

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    Last week I asked the following:
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    Today I was asked for ppg for defensemen for a season and I was surprised with the top players since the start of Hockey East in 1984. I only included players who played at least 10 games on defense during the season (otherwise you would get a few anomalies like Ahti Oksanen playing on defense for just 1 game in 2014-15 but leading all defensemen with 4.000 ppg). Matt Grzelcyk was fourth with 0.927 ppg in 2014-15, which I had not taken notice of at the time. Of the top three, two broke a point a game. Any guesses as to the top three (and season for bonus points)?

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    defkit correctly guessed Tom Poti, who was second on the list, but no one tried for first. The player first on the list was mentioned in my post about the 1991 NCAA quarterfinal series vs Michigan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Pickett View Post
    Last week I asked the following:defkit correctly guessed Tom Poti, who was second on the list, but no one tried for first. The player first on the list was mentioned in my post about the 1991 NCAA quarterfinal series vs Michigan.

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    David Sacco, 1988-89?
    He wasn't a defenseman. But Tom Dion was!

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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    He wasn't a defenseman. But Tom Dion was!
    In 1988-89 Sacco scored 14 goals to go along with 29 assists in 35 games. As I recall, he spent that season on defense.
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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    Bump to stay at the top of the page (away from the spam)

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    Another one to get us away from the apparent spam.

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    I wonder if bumping to stay ahead of the spam is what got it deleted last time. If the cleaners just took the first 28 pages and hit mass delete and our thread was in there.

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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

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    David Sacco, 1988-89?
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    In 1988-89 Sacco scored 14 goals to go along with 29 assists in 35 games. As I recall, he spent that season on defense.
    Correct, it was David Sacco; however, he only played 21 games on defense for the season with 6-19-25 totals for 1.19 ppg. David came to BU from Medford after playing forward his freshman year and defense the next three and the 1988-89 BU media guide lists him as defense/forward. Coach Parker started him on defense, where he played the first 16 games. He was then moved to second line right wing for 1 game, missed the next game, and then played two games on the first line at right wing with Mike Sullivan at center and Shawn McEachern on left wing. After going back to defense for 2 games, he was reunited for 8 more games with Sullivan and McEachern, now the second line, before playing another 3 games at defense. He finished the season playing the final three games on the first line at right wing with his brother Joe on left wing and David Tomlinson at center. He had 8-10-18 in 14 games at forward for 1.286 ppg and the McEachern-Sullivan-D. Sacco line had 13-24-37 in its 10 games together.

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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    And then there's this.

    Raise your hand if you knew that David Sacco was the second leading scorer in BU Hockey History.


    Player Years Goals Assists Points
    John Cullen 1983–87 98 143 241
    David Sacco 1989–93 74 143 217
    Chris Drury 1994–98 113 101 214
    Rick Meagher 1973–77 90 120 210
    Mike Eruzione 1973–77 92 116 208
    Shawn McEachern 1988–91 79 107 186
    David Tomlinson 1987–91 77 102 179
    Mark Fidler 1977–81 77 101 178
    Mike Kelfer 1985–89 83 89 172
    Mike Hyndman 1967–70 52 119 171
    It Happened!!!!

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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

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    And then there's this.

    Raise your hand if you knew that David Sacco was the second leading scorer in BU Hockey History.


    Player Years Goals Assists Points
    John Cullen 1983–87 98 143 241
    David Sacco 1989–93 74 143 217
    Chris Drury 1994–98 113 101 214
    Rick Meagher 1973–77 90 120 210
    Mike Eruzione 1973–77 92 116 208
    Shawn McEachern 1988–91 79 107 186
    David Tomlinson 1987–91 77 102 179
    Mark Fidler 1977–81 77 101 178
    Mike Kelfer 1985–89 83 89 172
    Mike Hyndman 1967–70 52 119 171
    I know you won't be surprised that I raised my hand :-)
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    Re: BU season thread volume 3.1 cause board/priceless/tippycanoe deleted ours

    All right, tickets seem to be selling quick, I don't want to chance it. So I held my nose, cursed TM, and paid the %&#&*#! fees.

    I hope the Terriers thank me with another strong effort.
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    I need a chickod ticket update!

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