Found March 26, 2013 on NESN.com:
Boston University officially welcomed their new head hockey coach, David Quinn, on Tuesday, and the former BU assistant coach and player said the feeling is “incredible.” Quinn has a diverse coaching resume, at both the college and professional level, and said he’s looking forward to stepping into the 40-year legacy former head coach Jack Parker has left. Parker said Quinn will be a great fit in the position, telling Tom Caron, “he knows BU, he’s been here as an assistant coach, he’s been here as a player and he has a great portfolio.” Check out what else Quinn and Parker had to say in the video above.
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