A Boston University hockey star has been kicked off the team after his arrest on charges that he groped and tried to kiss a female student.
Corey Trivino of Toronto, Canada, was released on personal recognizance after pleading not guilty Monday to charges including indecent assault and battery.
Trivino, a 2008 draft pick of the New York Islanders, is the leading goal scorer in Hockey East, with 13 in 15 games. On Tuesday, BU coach Jack Parker said the 21-year-old Trivino was "no longer associated" with the ninth-ranked team.
Prosecutors said late Sunday at a BU dorm, the woman asked Trivino and a group he was with to be quiet during mandatory quiet hours. They said Trivino then forced his way into her room, tried to kiss her and repeatedly groped her. Prosecutors said the woman resisted and demanded Trivino leave, but Trivino didn't go until she phoned for help, when he ran out of the room.
Prosecutors said campus police found Trivino in an elevator shortly afterward, and he was...