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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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NHL alumni raise $875,000 for charity in memory of Corey Griffin

Corey Griffin was just 27 years old when he died, but he was quickly becoming a popular man in philanthropic circles. Griffin was a former college hockey player who went on to work in finance and spent his free time serving on the board of the NHL Alumni Pro-Am charity tournament. He was a co-founder of the ALS ice bucket challenge, which went viral over the summer, but tragically...
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April 28, 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

Cat Bites: Panthers back at practice after Olympic break

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- The Florida Panthers are looking forward to hitting the reset button. The Cats returned to the ice Thursday for their first full-squad practice after a 12-day Olympic break. Everyone except Olympians Aleksander Barkov and Tomas Kopecky took part in training. ''Everyone seemed to be happy to be back on the ice,'' Panthers coach Peter Horachek said. ''I think...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Beanpot Media Day: Boston Hockey Schools Talk Tradition, Turnarounds

For the four hockey-playing schools in Boston, the Beanpot tournament represents a major milestone. Not only has it been one of the largest events on the New England college hockey calendar for decades, with its format remaining unchanged since the early 1950s, but it also marks the unofficial yearly starting line for the frantic sprint to the postseason. Coaches and players from...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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