Adam Gilmour sinks game-tying goal at Northeastern to salvage conference road point on Friday night at Northeastern
Sophomore Adam Gilmour collected the Eagles' second-consecutive honor from Hockey East after a five-point weekend that included a pair of power play goals and the game winner against UMass
Gaudreau, Hayes and Arnold combine for nine points to force a deciding game three Sunday afternoon against Notre Dame
Thatcher Demko's 33-save shutout stretches Eagles' unbeaten streak to 18 games; Johnny Gaudreau's nets 17th-career game-winning goal
Boston College wins 13th Hockey East regular season title with weekend sweep at Vermont
Boston College vs. Union- Frozen Four
GILMOUR'S CAREER HIGHS:
ADAM DAVID GILMOUR; born January 29, 1994...shoots right...participated in the Minnesota Wild development camp in July 2013...played the 2012-13 season with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the United States Hockey League...attended Noble and Greenough School for two years before transferring to Mona Shores High School.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14):Played in all 40 games ... recorded 20 points - seven goals and 13 assists; totaled 10 points - six goals and four assists - in 20 Hockey East outings ... finished with a +6 rating; was a +5 in Hockey East play ... enjoyed three multi-point performances ... registered his first-career points in the form of a playmaker, finishing with three assists in the 9-2 victory over Wisconsin (10/18) ... scored his first-career goal in walk-off fashion, netting the overtime winner in Boston College's first road win of the season at Northeastern (11/2) ... logged his second-career three-point performance, including his first-career power play goal, against Army (11/10) ... posted a three-point performance, including his first-career multi-goal game and second-career game-winner, against Boston University (1/17) ... assisted on Steve Santini's goal late in the second period in the national semifinal game to tie the game heading into the third period against Union (4/10).
BEFORE BC:Led the Lumberjacks with 47 points in the 2012-13 season - with 19 goals and 28 assists - in 64 regular season games; had one goal in three playoff games...played for the Cape Cod Whalers Under-18 Team in the 2011-12 season...registered 16 points - six goals and 10 assists - in eight games...at Nobles in 2011-12 recorded 56 points in 28 games with 26 goals and 30 assist.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... was selected by the Minnesota Wild in the fourth round (98th overall) in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft...Adam and his sister Amanda are the children of Cathy and Dave Gilmour.