First off, congrats to BU and thank you for not being the second Boston school in three years to blow it against a CCHA team that I didn't really want to win the title.
This is going to sound like a "Thank you Ken Daniels" comment, but hear me out. BU won this tournament because they were that talented. They didn't play well in the tournament. They should have lost to UNH. They probably shouldn't have beaten Vermont. I fully expected Miami to win the game tonight because they're better than either of those teams and they were getting good goaltending and were playing well. And Miami was a minute away from pulling it off. But BU was talented enough to win even when they weren't playing well. What a fantastic goal to tie it. BU was the best team all year, it was a well-deserved championship.
Up in Fargo the U-18s beat Finland 4-3 and once again it was the future Wolverines carrying the Americans. AJ Treais scored the first goal, Kevin Lynch assisted on the second goal, Lynch scored the third goal, and Chris Brown scored the game-winner from Lynch.
Lynch has six points in two games so far. How much is his stock going up?
Oakville lost last night and now trails the OJHL Championship 3 games to 1. Not looking real good for Lindsay Sparks's team.
Louie Caporusso and Aaron Palushaj were named West All-Americans. Congrats to them. This is the fourth time in the last five years that Michigan has had multiple guys named All-America.
Al Montoya had another impressive performance in a win over the President's Trophy winners. Kind of makes me think that he could lead us to some wins over JP Lamoureux and the UND all-stars, no? ::evil grin::