Which Boston College Hockey legends will be the next to have their jerseys retired?

After Mike Mottau, who’s next? Last month, Boston College retired the jersey of hockey legend Mike Mottau. Mottau was a slam-dunk choice, as a Hobey Baker Award winner in 2000 and a huge part of the revival of the program under coach Jerry York. He became the 13th Eagle to receive the honor, and the first since York himself; prior to York, the previous jersey retirement was David...
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December 15, 2016

WATCH: Mike Mottau Jersey Retirement Full Ceremony - Nov. 27, 2016

Mike Mottau is Boston College's career record holder for most assists all-time (130) and 22nd, all-time, in points scored on The Heights (27 - 130 - 157). He played in 163 career games for the maroon and gold, tying him for ninth all-time. In his four years, the Eagles amassed a record of 99-52-14. The 6-foot-0 blue liner 's 157 career points are also the most ever by an Eagle defenseman...
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November 28, 2016  |  Discuss

BREAKING: Boston College Hockey Alumnus Mike Mottau to Have Jersey Retired

Boston College hockey legend Mike Mottau will have his jersey retired on Nov. 27 when his alma mater hosts Minnesota, BC Athletics announced in a statement. Mottau becomes the 13th player in program history to have his jersey retired. Mottau’s number will remain in rotation, as only his jersey will be retired, and not the number. Mottau was drafted by the New York Rangers in...
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November 02, 2016

BC Hall inductees and other links

BC announced eight new members of the Varsity Club's Hall of Fame. The headliners are Damien Woody and Mike Mottau.The ACC announced their preseason All Conference team and there were no Eagles to be found. I hope that the postseason team looks a little different. BC is still in good position for Connecticut OL prospect Lucas Niang..FoxSports asked a few questions about BC's season.
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Johnny Gaudreau wins the 2014 Hobey Baker Award; Signs with Calgary

Johnny Gaudreau with the 2014 Hobey Baker Award (Photo c/o Melissa Wade) Johnny Gaudreau became the third Boston College Eagle to win the Hobey Baker Award Friday night in Philadelphia. Gaudreau joins David Emma (1991) and Mike Mottau (2000) as past Hobey winners from BC. The Carney’s Point, NJ native led the country in every scoring category with 36 goals, 44 assists and 80...
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April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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