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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    And yes. Umo and uvm are 2h or 2a

    But the 3s should be able to work out when one of the retards has an odd #

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    And yes. Umo and uvm are 2h or 2a

    But the 3s should be able to work out when one of the retards has an odd #
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    Enjoy a loveable tour of Orono to cap off the season. Can we expect you? I'll make sure there are flowers and ample vitamin water.

    Boom, boom, boom. BU in Orono to close the season... the hockey gods just threw a bone.
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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    On the Fan Blog, Rogie asked who the 8 Terriers are that have been drafted higher than #14. Here is what I came up with. Who am I missing?

    DiPietro #1
    Eichel #2
    B. Tkachuk #4
    S. Lachance #4
    Keller #6?
    Wilson #7

    Was Poti a high pick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    On the Fan Blog, Rogie asked who the 8 Terriers are that have been drafted higher than #14. Here is what I came up with. Who am I missing?

    DiPietro #1
    Eichel #2
    B. Tkachuk #4
    S. Lachance #4
    Keller #6?
    Wilson #7

    Was Poti a high pick?
    Quoting myself. No on Poti (59th overall - looked it up). Remembered another - Scott Young, 11th. So there is one more.
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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    Drury?

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    Drury?
    No no and no

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    My thought was Shattenkirk, but he was drafted at #14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    On the Fan Blog, Rogie asked who the 8 Terriers are that have been drafted higher than #14. Here is what I came up with. Who am I missing?

    DiPietro #1
    Eichel #2
    B. Tkachuk #4
    S. Lachance #4
    Keller #6?
    Wilson #7

    Was Poti a high pick?
    I can't remember his name, but it's that guy who coaches the Rangers.

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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    Quote Originally Posted by BU Fan 84 View Post
    I can't remember his name, but it's that guy who coaches the Rangers.
    Bingo!

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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    Ryan Whitney

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    Drury?
    In hindsight, it's hard to believe, but wasn't Drury a 5th or 6th round choice?
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    so ooc are

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    Am I the only one who noticed this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickod View Post
    Am I the only one who noticed this?
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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    I thought Quinn was a #16 pick, but Rogie is right, 13th. But Whitney was #5, so there are actually 9.

    Of what I consider to be the 3 best forwards to play at BU since I started watching them in 1986 (Amonte, Drury, Eichel), only one of them was actually a 1st round pick. Just shows that there can be "late" bloomers.
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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    For whatever it's worth Ryan Cloonan is no longer on the roster listed on the website.

    https://goterriers.com/roster.aspx?path=mhockey
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    For whatever it's worth Ryan Cloonan is no longer on the roster listed on the website.

    https://goterriers.com/roster.aspx?path=mhockey
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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    I thought Quinn was a #16 pick, but Rogie is right, 13th. But Whitney was #5, so there are actually 9.

    Of what I consider to be the 3 best forwards to play at BU since I started watching them in 1986 (Amonte, Drury, Eichel), only one of them was actually a 1st round pick. Just shows that there can be "late" bloomers.
    You could add McEachern to that list - he fits right in, IMO. And he was a 6th rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    I thought Quinn was a #16 pick, but Rogie is right, 13th. But Whitney was #5, so there are actually 9.

    Of what I consider to be the 3 best forwards to play at BU since I started watching them in 1986 (Amonte, Drury, Eichel), only one of them was actually a 1st round pick. Just shows that there can be "late" bloomers.
    You're right, defkit. It's 9 counting Brady, #4 in last month's draft. The most recent BU Hockey Yearbook/Almanac lists eight previously taken prior to #14:
    DiPietro #1
    Eichel #2
    Lachance #4
    Whitney #5
    Wilson #7
    Keller #7
    Young #11
    Quinn #13
    ---------
    Rest of the first rounders (including this year's draft)
    Shattenkirk #14
    McAvoy #14
    Farabee #14
    Fabbro #17
    Keith Tkachuk #19
    Bellows #19
    Kealty #22
    Oettinger #26
    Coyle #28
    Bowers #28

    Amonte was a fourth round pick by NYR in '88. Drury, a 3rd rounder by Quebec in '94, was the second Terrier taken by Quebec that year after Kealty (the new assistant GM in Nashville). One other BU pick in '94: Albie by the Islanders in the 5th.

    Three Terriers were taken early in NHL supplemental drafts: John Cullen, #3 in '86 by Buffalo; Sniper Tomlinson #3 in '89 by Toronto; and Jacques Joubert, #9 in '93 by Dallas.

    The first Terriers ever drafted: In 1970, Ric Jordan, Bobby Brown, Tim Regan and Bob Gryp. Grypper was the first to reach the NHL.

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    Re: BU offseason thread - this begs some questions!

    Quote Originally Posted by srsterrier View Post
    You could add McEachern to that list - he fits right in, IMO. And he was a 6th rounder.
    Same with Colin Wilson, he was the best forward in the country during his sophomore year, when he was young enough that he could've been a freshman instead. But he was a 1st round pick.

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