Joe Mullen '79
- One of the top American-born players ever to play in the
National Hockey League, Mullen was a member of three Stanley
Cup teams (Calgary in 1988, Pittsburgh in 1991 and '92).
- Started four years for the Eagles under legendary head coach
Len Ceglarski, leading BC to three playoff appearances and a
73-48 (.617 pct.) record.
- All-New England selection in 1978 and '79.
- A two-time All-East, All-New England, and All-America
selection and winner of the Walter Brown Award, given
annually to the most outstandsing American-born collegiate
player in New England.
- In 1977-78, he led the Eagles in scoring with 68 points for
a squad that made it to the NCAA Tournament after winning
the ECAC Championship.
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall
of Fame in 1998.