Found November 13, 2011 on NESN.com:
4:03 p.m.: Here are the lines for the afternoon clash: Boston University forwards: Chris Connolly-Corey Trivino-Sahir Gill Matt Nieto-Charlie Coyle-Alex Chiasson Made Megan-Ross Gaudet-Evan Rodrigues Justin Courtnall-Ben Rosen-Yasin Cisse On defense: Sean Escobedo-Adam Clendening Max Nicastro-Ryan Ruikka Alexx Privitera-Patrick MacGregor and in goal, senior Kieran Millan Boston College forwards: Paul Carey-Destry Straight-Barry Almeida Chris Kreider-Bill Arnold-Kevin Hayes Johnny Gaudreau-Pat Mullane-Steven Whitney Tommy Atkinson-Michael Sit-Patrick Brown On defense: Tommy Cross-Patch Alber Brian Dumoulin-Edwin Shea Isaac MacLeod-Brooks Dyroff and in net for the Eagles is junior Parker Milner The teams are on the ice and we are almost ready to start here...
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