NCAA Hockey Tournament 2012: Boston University - Minnesota Line Preview

Boston University and Minnesota will face off in the NCAA West Regional at 5 p.m. on NESN, ESPN3.com and Fox Sports Pacific. Here are the line charts for the game, as reported by the Boston Hockey Blog:

Boston University
Forwards:
Wade Megan – Chris Connolly – Alex Chiasson
Matt Nieto – Sahir Gill – Evan Rodrigues
Justin Courtnall – Cason Hohmann – Ryan Santana
Ross Gaudet – Ben Rosen – Yasin Cisse

Defensemen:
Garrett Noonan – Patrick MacGregor
Sean Escobedo – Adam Clendening
Alexx Privitera – Ryan Ruikka

Starting Goalie: Kieran Millan

Changes of Note: After missing the Hockey East Tournament, winger Yasin Cisse is back in action for the Terriers after an injury. He takes the place of senior Kevin Gilroy on the fourth line.

Minnesota
Forwards:
Kyle Rau – Nick Bjugstad – Zach Budish
Sam Warning – Erik Haula – Jake Hansen
Nate Condon – Travis Boyd – Taylor Matson
Tom Serratore – Nico Sacchetti – Seth Ambroz

Defensemen:

Seth Helgeson – Justin Holl
Ben Marshall – Mark Alt
Jake Parenteau – Nate Schmidt

Starting Goalie: Kent Patterson

Changes of Note:
The Golden Gophers switched up a few forwards on their third and fourth forward lines between their game last Friday against North Dakota. Travis Boyd and Nico Sacchetti have flipped lines.

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