Defenseman Len Hutson scored a goal and added two assists to lead the Boston University Terriers to a 5-2 victory on Friday.
The Canadian player missed his club’s last match last Saturday due to an upper body injury.
And there was nothing to show for the 19-year-old left-back, who doubled down on his stunning passes on his return to training. He also fired seven shots on goal.
He reached the Hobey-Baker Cup final last year in his season studentHutson had two goals and three assists for five points in four games.
Hotson was named the first star of the evening, and admitted he still has to wait before he finds his best form.
“I felt good, good enough to play. But definitely not 100%.”
Center Maclin Celebrini, who is expected to be selected first in the 2024 draft, also stood out by passing the needle in front of his new fans.
The youngest player to play in NCAA Division 1 this season, the Canadian forward has scored six goals in five games, in addition to averaging nearly five shots on goal.
The Minutemen are one of the Terriers’ fiercest competitors in the NCAA Hockey East Division.
Furthermore, another CH skater, winger Luke Tuch, added an empty-net goal. He has four points in his last two games.
Still in Massachusetts, goaltender Jacob Fowler, selected No. 69 in the recent auction by the Habs, helped the Boston College Eagles to a 5-to-1 win over the Michigan State Spartans.
Fowler survived what would have been his first shutout in the AAU ranks midway through the third period.
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