Senior forward Corey Trivino
was reportedly dismissed from the Boston University men's hockey team on Monday night, according to College Hockey News
. His dismissal is allegedly a result of his arrest Sunday night for breaking and entering and assault with attempt to rape.
Trivino was the No. 36 overall pick of the New York Islanders in the second round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, and was a part of BU's 2008-2009 National Championship squad. He currently sits sixth in the nation in scoring with 13 goals and leads the Terriers with 17 points through 15 games this season.
A drunk Trivino allegedly entered the room of a female Boston University student on Sunday night where he is said to have kissed the woman without her consent. He has been charged with three counts of indecent assault and battery, two counts of breaking and entering in the night time and one count of assult with the intent to rape.
Trivino has had disciplinary problems in the past stemming from violations of team rules, also involving alcohol, that resulted in his suspension for the first two games of the 2010-11 season.
On Saturday, in what likely was his last game in a BU uniform, Trivino scored twice to lead the Terriers to a 5-1 win over Maine.
These are obviously some pretty serious allegations and not great news for a kid who was thought to have a promising future in hockey. You hate to see a few dumb decisions, especially ones brought on by alcohol or drugs, potentially derail a kid with a lot of talent.