Found December 30, 2012 on Fox Sports North:
MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota wanted to make a statement. This was the Boston College squad that knocked the Gophers out of the playoffs last year. These Eagles came to Minneapolis as the top-ranked team in college hockey. How does a lopsided seven-goal victory do for a statement? Fourth-ranked Minnesota trounced No. 1 Boston College on Sunday in the finale of the Mariucci Classic, beating the Eagles by an 8-1 final in front of 10,230 boisterous fans at Mariucci Arena. It was a dominating effort from start to finish, one that saw the Gophers score three times in the first period en route to their biggest win and most complete game of the season. One of these two teams played like the best team in the country Sunday. It certainly wasn't the top-ranked Eagles. "They were clearly a better team than we were tonight," Boston College coach Jerry York said of the Gophers. "I thought they were stronger, smarter with the puck. They certainly deserved to win." It was ...

BC coach makes history at Mariucci Classic

MINNEAPOLIS Boston College's Jerry York has accomplished just about everything in his 41 years as a hockey coach. On Saturday, he added one more item to his already impressive resume: winningest hockey coach in NCAA history. With BC's 5-2 win over Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday in the Mariucci Classic hosted by the University of Minnesota, York passed Ron Mason on the all...

Jerry York Gets Backing From Players As Boston College Looks to Lift Coach to Wins Record (Video)

Jerry York‘s win total is impressive. What may be even more impressive, though, is the Boston College coach’s impact beyond the bench, where his 924 wins have been accompanied by countless players singing his praises. Several Boston College players had compliments for their head coach as the team came off its hockey layoff this week. Saturday’s matchup against Alabama-Huntsville...

Minnesota F Nick Bjugstad scores awesome goal against Boston College

Minnesota Golden Gophers forward Nick Bjugstad scored this awesome goal against Boston College on Sunday Night.  He’s got a great set of hands, and did a great job using his body to shield the puck.  Bjugstad was drafted 19th overall by the Florida Panthers, and based on his development, he looks like he could have a bright future in the NHL.  This year he has 15 points through...

Jerry York Becomes All-Time Winningest Coach in NCAA Hockey History With 925th Win (Video)

Jerry York is alone at the top of the record books. The Boston College head coach became the winningest coach in NCAA hockey history on Saturday, passing Ron Mason. The No. 1 Eagles beat Alabama-Hunstville 5-2 for York’s 925th win. York starting his coaching career at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. in 1972. He moved on to Bowling Green in 1979 — where he won a national...

No. 21 Florida St. 76, Boston College 70

Alexa Deluzio continued to be a thorn in Boston College's side Sunday, guiding No. 21 Florida State to its fourth straight victory, 76-70, in each team's Atlantic Coast Conference opener. Deluzio, who scored a career-high 28 points at BC (6-5) in a 68-59 win last year, tallied 25 points and 12 rebounds Sunday. Natasha Howard also had a double-double for the Seminoles (11...

Nick Bjugstad goal and Kyle Rau hit

Someone tell me why the goal by Nick Bjugstad is goal is not a violation of the rules. 83.6 Disallowed Goals - An apparent goal shall not be allowed by the Referee in any of the following cases: • ny action by the attacking team that propels the goaltender into the goal with the puck. Also, I know Brad Shepherd is the official, but you have to watch this. How does Kyle...

Gophers look to prove themselves in Big Ten

The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been here before. They've steamrolled through cushy nonconference schedules to crack the AP Top 25 and raise some optimism for the season. Then the Big Ten comes along and roughs them up. This year, they say they're different. Well, they're about to find out. The 11th-ranked Gophers host No. 19 Michigan State in the Big Ten opener...

No. 9 Minnesota Tops No. 18 Michigan St 76-63

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Spartans were charging, and the Golden Gophers were coming unglued, rushing shots, turning the ball over and losing their focus in transition.

Clarification on the Nick Bjugstad goal

I just got off the phone with the head of officials… According to Greg Shepherd Head of Officials for the WCHA, the Boston goalie Parker Milner’s momentum carried him into the net; he wasn’t touched by the Minnesota players so that’s why it was called a goal. If Milner had been touched, it would have been ruled no goal. Now you know the rest of the story

GDTV: Jerry York

MINNEAPOLIS — Legendary Boston College head coach Jerry York fielded questions from the media following an 8-1 loss to Minnesota.

Congrats to Jerry York... Tonight will get win 926

I would like to congratulate Boston College head coach Jerry York who won his 925 game last night, that’s no small feat. York has been coaching since the 1972-73 season, when he was the head coach of the Clarkson Knight’s. Over a span of 40+ years and 1579 games York has compiled an impressive record of (925-559-95). York won his first NCAA title 12 years after he became...

What a Difference a Turnover Makes

Joe Yeager gives his breakdown of the Red Raiders victory against the Golden Gophers.

Don't look now, but Boston College is not terrible

It's not fair to judge Steve Donahue on last year's 9-22 (4-12) season, just like it's not fair to judge him on his first year at BC when he went 21-13 with two postseason wins. He inherited a team with Reggie Jackson, Joe Trapani, Corey Raji, etc... and then promptly lost them all. Five guys played at least half the team's minutes last year and four of them were...
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