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  • Jim Logue

    Assistant Hockey Coach Jim Logue Announces Retirement

    June 28, 2013
    Longtime Boston College assistant hockey coach and former Eagle goaltender Jim Logue has announced his retirement from coaching after 20 years of service to his alma mater and 44 years in the profession, according to an announcement made by head coach Jerry York on Friday.

    Logue, who starred in net for the Eagles from 1959-61, began his coaching tenure at Boston College in December 1993. Logue has worked closely with the program since.

    (read more)

  • NHL Draft

    Three Freshmen Selected In 2013 NHL Entry Draft

    June 30, 2013
    Three incoming Boston College hockey freshmen - D Ian McCoshen, D Steve Santini and F Ryan Fitzgerald - were selected in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. (read more)

  • Hodge Jr.

    Hodge Jr. to be Inducted into Varsity Club Hall of Fame

    July 8, 2013
    Former Boston College hockey standout Ken Hodge, Jr. is one of the eight members of the Class of 2013 that will be inducted into the Varsity Club Hall of Fame on Friday, October 4 at Conte Forum. The group will be recognized at halftime of Saturday's football game against Army on Saturday, October 5. (read more)

  • Danny Linell

    2013-14 Men's Hockey Schedule Announced

    September 3, 2013
    Take a look at the 2013-14 University of Notre Dame women's basketball schedule, and one thought comes to mind -- you can go home again.

    Fourteen non-conference games, including two tournaments - the Three Rivers Classic and the 62nd annual Beanpot - a match-up against Notre Dame at Fenway Park as well as nine dates against participants from last winter's NCAA Championship and a 20-game Hockey East Association slate, represent the 2013-14 Boston College men's hockey schedule. (read more)

  • McInnis

    McInnis Named Assistant Hockey Coach

    September 12, 2013
    Marty McInnis, one of the best forwards in Boston College hockey history who went on to play nearly 800 regular-season games in the National Hockey League, has been named assistant hockey coach at Boston College, according to an announcement made by head coach Jerry York.

    A prolific scorer who tallied 142 points in just three varsity campaigns (1988-91), he was a member of BC's famous "HEM Line" with fellow Hall of Famers Steve Heinze and David Emma. (read more)

  • Jerry York

    2013-14 Men's Hockey Season Preview

    September 19, 2013
    Boston College enters the 2013-14 season in search of returning to national glory with a strong nucleus of veteran Eagles coupled with a highly-touted freshmen crop. "As always, we have to replace some key players," head coach Jerry York said. "That's always our charge. We're replacing graduated seniors with incoming freshmen." (read more)

  • Celebration Shot

    Eagles Ranked No. 4 in USA Today / USA Magazine Preseason Poll

    September 24, 2013
    The Boston College men's hockey team has been pegged the nation's No. 4 preseason ranking according to the USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll released on Monday afternoon. The Eagles finished with 359 total points while league member, UMass Lowell, was voted the top spot with 484 points and 20-of-30 first-place votes. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    BC Tabbed Co-Favorites to Win Hockey East Title

    September 24, 2013
    Boston College has been chosen as the preseason co-favorite to win the Hockey East regular-season crown voted on by the league coaches and announced at the conference's annual media day at TD Garden on Tuesday morning. The Eagles received the same amount of points as UMass Lowell (104 points) and garnered four of the league's 11 first-place votes. (read more)

  • Kevin Hayes

    No. 4 Men's Hockey Triumphs Over St. Francis, 8-2

    October 6, 2013
    Eight different goal scorers propelled the No. 4 Boston College hockey team to an 8-2 victory over St. Francis Xavier in the Eagles' opening exhibition bout on Sunday afternoon at Conte Forum.

    Six Eagles turned in multi-point efforts with senior Kevin Hayes' three-point performance (1-2-3) leading the way.

    Fourteen skaters logged at least one point in the triumph, including six-of-10 newcomers to The Heights. Rookies Chris Calnan and Austin Cangelosi led the charge of freshmen with a goal and an assist each.

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  • Danny Linell

    No. 4 BC Falls in Opener at No. 11 Michigan, 3-1

    October 10, 2013
    First-year defenseman Ian McCoshen scored his first collegiate goal in No. 4 Boston College's season opener, but the Eagles were overpowered by No. 11/10 Michigan's power play unit in a 3-1 loss on Friday night at Yost Ice Arena.

    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau inched to within four points of the 100-career mark (42-54-96) with the set-up play on McCoshen's tally while third-year defenseman Danny Linell collected his first point of the year on the secondary assist. (read more)

  • Bill Arnold

    Men's Hockey Shines in Home Opener over RPI, 7-2

    Octobver 13, 2013
    Seven different goal scorers, including career firsts for three freshmen, helped No. 4 Boston College overpower No. 15 Rensselaer in the Eagles' home opener on Sunday afternoon at Conte Forum.

    First-year skaters Ryan Fitzgerald, Chris Calnan and Steve Santini all netted their first tallies as Eagles while seniors Kevin Hayes (1-2-3) and Bill Arnold (1-2-3) and junior Johnny Gaudreau (1-2-3) led the way with three points apiece. Junior forward Quinn Smith (1-1-2) and freshman defenseman Scott Savage (0-2-2) joined Calnan (1-1-2) as BC's other multi-point scorers. (read more)

  • Jerry York

    BC Welcomes Wisconsin on Jerry York Night

    October 16, 2013
    Boston College will combat its second Big Ten squad in three games when No. 2 Wisconsin makes its way to The Heights for the first time since Oct. 10, 2008. The Eagles and Badgers are no strangers to the big stage. The Eagles and Badgers are no strangers to the big stage. Two of the last five meetings between these two clubs have occurred in the national championship game, including BC's and UW's most recent meeting in the 2010 national championship game. Boston College shutout Wisconsin at Ford Field in Detroit, 5-0, on Apr. 10, 2010. Including that most recent triumph, BC has won the last four meetings against the Badgers before Wisconsin ousted the Eagles in the 2006 title bout in Milwaukee, 2-1, on Apr. 8, 2006. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    No. 7 Boston College Defeats No. 2 Wisconsin, 9-2

    October 18, 2013
    The No. 7 Boston College men's hockey team honored its legendary coach in electric fashion, exploding for a 9-2 victory over second-ranked Wisconsin on Jerry York Night at Kelley Rink on Friday evening. The Eagles' coach, in his 20th season at The Heights, was honored in a pregame ceremony for breaking the NCAA all-time mark for coaching victories. After tonight's triumph, York has won 937 games in 42 years of collegiate hockey coaching. (read more)

  • Michael Sit

    No. 5 BC skates to 3-3 draw at No. 1 Minnesota

    October 26, 2013
    An explosive, offensive first period followed by electric play on both sides down the stretch yielded a 3-3 stalemate in No. 5 Boston College's first of two contests at No. 1 Minnesota on Friday night at Mariucci Arena.

    The contest concluded in a shootout in which senior captain Patrick Brown buried the winner in sudden death overtime. Despite BC's victory in the shootout, the overall result still ends in a tie for both clubs. (read more)

  • Isaac MacLeod

    Men's Hockey Topped at No. 1 Minnesota, 6-1

    October 27, 2013
    The shots and power play chances were identical, but the Boston College men's hockey team could not find the back of the net as often as Minnesota in a 6-1 loss on Sunday afternoon at Mariucci Arena.

    The Eagles and Golden Gophers matched each other's shot totals at 32 apiece. First-year forward Evan Richardson was the lone goal scorer for Boston College while senior alternate captain Isaac MacLeod has registered a point in consecutive outings. Junior Quinn Smith also logged an assist on Sunday. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    BC wins Hockey East opener over NU, 4-2

    November 1, 2013
    A pair of goals by junior Johnny Gaudreau, including his first-career short-handed tally, and sturdy play from rookie netminder Thatcher Demko backed the No. 8 Boston College hockey team to a 4-2 triumph over No. 19 Northeastern on Friday night at Kelley Rink.

    With the win, Boston College elevates its record to 18-8-4 in Hockey East opening games. (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    Men's Hockey Earns First Road Win in Overtime, 4-3

    November 2, 2013
    First-year forward Adam Gilmour's first-career goal will be a memorable one as the Hanover, Mass., native's overtime tally helped No. 8 Boston College capture its first road win of the season over No. 19 Northeastern on Saturday night at Matthews Arena.

    The Eagles managed another short-handed goal, their second in as many nights, along with another unthinkable Johnny Gaudreau tally to rally back from a 3-1 deficit in the third period. (read more)

  • Jerry York

    York Agrees to Contract Extension Through 2019-20

    November 7, 2013
    Jerry York, the Schiller Family Head Hockey Coach, has agreed to a contract extension through the 2019-20 season as announced by Boston College Director of Athletics Brad Bates on Thursday evening.

    "Jerry York is the most successful coach in the history of college hockey," Bates said. "We are extraordinarily fortunate to have a leader and representative of his caliber continue to serve this great institution and his alma mater." (read more)

  • Bill Arnold

    Eagles beat rival Boston University, 5-1

    November 8, 2013
    A three-point effort by Johnny Gaudreau and Bill Arnold's 100th-career point helped the Boston College men's hockey team to a 5-1 triumph over rival Boston University on Friday night at Agganis Arena. Five different goals scorers emerged from 40 total Eagle shots compared to the Terriers' 23 total. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Boston College Blanks Army, 11-0

    November 10, 2013
    The Boston College men's hockey team remains undefeated at Kelley Rink this season after scoring its highest total in nearly 29 years, blasting Army in an 11-0 shutout on Sunday afternoon. Ten different goal scorers and four-point performances from Johnny Gaudreau (2-2-4) and Bill Arnold (1-3-4) anchored the Eagles' offensive explosion in their fourth-consecutive victory.

    All but two skaters in Sunday's lineup scored at least one point while seven Eagles posted multi-point performances. The 11-goal triumph marks Boston College's largest margin of victory since beating Boston State on Nov. 23, 1976, by an 18-0 final.

    (read more)

  • Brian Billett

    Boston College Outlasts UMass, 2-1

    November 14, 2013
    The Boston College penalty-killing unit quieted the league's top power play unit in a tight 2-1 victory over Massachusetts on Thursday night at the Mullins Center. UMass was tied for fourth in the country on the power play, but behind junior netminder Brian Billett and the rest of the penalty-killing corps, BC snuffed out all seven Minutemen opportunities, including four in the third period.

    Senior Kevin Hayes scored his first game-winning goal of the season in power play fashion midway through the second period after junior Johnny Gaudreau scored his 10th goal in nine games. (read more)

  • Brian Billett

    Men's Hockey Skates to 2-2 Draw with UMass

    November 15, 2013
    Boston College held a one-goal lead deep into the third period, but a late Massachusetts' power play tally blemished the Eagles' perfect Hockey East mark in a 2-2 draw on Friday night at Kelley Rink.

    Freshmen continue to flourish at The Heights as both Ryan Fitzgerald and Austin Cangelosi scored their fifth-career tallies and Kevin Hayes, Johnny Gaudreau and Bill Arnold stretched out their point streaks to six games. (read more)

  • Destry Straight

    Men's Hockey Tops Cross-Town Foe Harvard, 5-1

    November 20, 2013
    Boston College's usual suspects powered past cross-town foe Harvard on the strength of five even-strength goals, including another pair for junior Johnny Gaudreau, in a 5-1 triumph at the Bright-Landry Center. The Eagles are unbeaten in their last six outings, amassing a sterling 5-0-1 mark since the beginning of November. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Boston College Loses at Maine, 5-1

    November 23, 2013
    Despite outshooting Maine, 34-29, the Black Bears managed to find the back of the net a few more times as Boston College suffered a 5-1 setback in front of a sold out Alfond Arena crowd.

    Rookie blueliner Scott Savage scored his second goal of the season while junior forward Johnny Gaudreau kept his point streak intact with the primary assist. Gaudreau has accounted for 16 points (9-7-16) throughout the eight-game scoring stretch. First-year blue liner Ian McCoshen logged his fourth helper on the year. (read more)

  • Kevin Hayes

    Eagles comeback bid falls short vs. Holy Cross

    November 29, 2013
    Despite a furious three-goal third period comeback bid, Boston College suffered a 5-4 setback against in-state foe Holy Cross on Friday afternoon at Kelley Rink. The Eagles outshot the Crusaders, 38-18, but HC capitalized and converted on several BC mistakes to build a 5-1 advantage after two periods of regulation.

    Friday's result marks the Eagles' first-ever loss to a team from the Atlantic Hockey conference and first setback to a non-conference opponent at home since losing to Denver on Oct. 14, 2011.

    (read more)

  • Ryan Fitzgerald

    Guerin enshrined in US Hockey Hall of Fame

    December 3, 2013
    Former Eagle Bill Guerin (1989-91) was enshrined in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night at the Motor City Casino, joining Cindy Curley, Peter Karmanos, Ron Mason and Doug Weight as the five-member Class of 2013. Guerin became Boston College's fifth representative to be enshrined in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. Guerin joins Brian Leetch (Class of 2008), John Cuniff (Class of 2003), Len Ceglarski (Class of 1992) and John A. "Snooks" Kelley (Class of 1974) as former Eagles inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Four Eagles Named to U.S. National Jr. Prelim Roster

    December 4, 2013
    Freshmen Thatcher Demko (San Diego, Calif.), Ryan Fitzgerald (North Reading, Mass.), Ian McCoshen (Faribault, Minn.) and Steven Santini (Mahopac, N.Y.) will represent Boston College as four of 26 skaters to be selected for the 2014 U.S. National Junior Team preliminary roster as announced by USA Hockey on Wednesday, Dec. 4. (read more)

  • Jim Logue

    Men's Hockey Takes Down UNH, 6-2

    December 6, 2013
    Boston College bounced back from its recent skid in a big way, skating past No. 18 New Hampshire in a 6-2 triumph on Friday night in the final game at Kelley Rink of 2013.

    The Eagles used six different goal scorers, all even strength, and sturdy goaltending from junior Brian Billett to leapfrog the Wildcats in the Hockey East standings for second place. Despite being outshot, 41-21, BC used an explosive second period to power past UNH to up its mark to 9-4-2. (read more)

  • BC Players

    BC Closes First Half with UNH Sweep, 2-1

    December 7, 2013
    No. 9 Boston College will break for the holidays on a high note after sweeping No. 18 New Hampshire with a 2-1 triumph on Saturday night at a sold out Whittemore Center. With the victory, the Eagles vault into a first-place tie in Hockey East with Providence before going on a 20-day hiatus

    Senior forward Kevin Hayes provided the game-winning goal late in the second period, the fifth of his career, and added an assist to lead all point scorers in the win. Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau extended his point streak to 11 games (10-10-20), helping out on Bill Arnold's third goal of the season at 16:07 of the first period. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Trio of Eagles make U.S. National Jr. Team

    December 23, 2013
    Goaltender Thatcher Demko (San Diego, Calif.) and defensemen Ian McCoshen (Faribault, Minn.) and Steven Santini (Mahopac, N.Y.) have all made the final roster of the 2014 U.S. National Junior Team and will represent Boston College at the 2014 International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship in Malmo, Sweden.

    The trio of freshmen will be the 22nd, 23rd and 24th Eagles under head coach Jerry York's watch to participate in the World Junior Championship. (read more)

  • Travis Jeke

    Billett Shuts Out BGSU in 5-0 Triumph

    December 237, 2013
    No. 7 Boston College called upon its defensive unit to shutout Bowling Green, 5-0, in the first semifinal game of the second annual Three Rivers Classic on Friday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center. The Eagles' defense not only posted its second shutout of the season, four blue liners combined to score in the triumph. Junior Brian Billett anchored the victory, posting his first-career shutout in his 20th start as an Eagle. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Eagles Take Home Three Rivers Classic Crown

    December 28, 2013
    No. 7 Boston College claimed its first trophy of the season in overpowering fashion, throttling first-time opponent Penn State, 8-2, in the championship game of the Three Rivers Classic on Saturday evening at CONSOL Energy Center.

    Six multi-point performances were highlighted by junior Destry Straight's hat trick, the first three-goal performance for the Eagles this season. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Gaudreau earns third Hockey East Award of the Season

    December 31, 2011
    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau earned his second Warrior Hockey East Player of the Week award on Tuesday morning after a five-point weekend and Tournament MVP honors at the Three Rivers Classic in Pittsburgh.

    Gaudreau was tabbed the tournament's best skater after a pair of goals, including his 15th-career game-winning goal against Bowling Green, and three assists over the course of two games. His four game-winners of the season are tied for first place in the NCAA thus far. (read more)

  • Brian Billett

    Billett Tabbed HEA Goaltender of the Month

    January 2, 2014
    Junior goaltender Brian Billett (Brunswick, Maine) was heralded as the Hockey East 'Stop It' Goaltender of the Month after a sterling three-game performance in December.

    The Brunswick, Maine, native started three of Boston College's four games last month, and came out with a 3-0-0 mark. Billett's .970 save percentage (97-of-100) and 1.04 goals against average helped the third-year backstopper finish with an unblemished December record. (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    BC to Sport New Gold Jersey for Frozen Fenway

    January 3, 2014
    Boston College will sport a new gold jersey on Saturday night when the Eagles and Notre Dame meet for the first time as Hockey East opponents at Fenway Park as part of Citi Frozen Fenway 2014.

    The jerseys are a Neo Classic design by Under Armour that pays homage to the uniforms worn by the Eagles in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Boston College Defeats Notre Dame, 4-3, at Frozen Fenway

    January 5, 2014
    Junior Johnny Gaudreau scored twice and senior Bill Arnold added a short-handed goal and two assists to lead Boston College to a 4-3 Hockey East victory over Notre Dame at Fenway Park on Saturday night as part of Citi Frozen Fenway.

    The Eagles raced out to an early lead on goals by sophomore Brendan Silk and Gaudreau in the first period before the Irish knotted the game at 2-2 early in the second. The game was even again at 3-3 before Gaudreau netted the game-winner at 8:21 of the third frame. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    No. 2 Notre Dame Defeats Boston College, 82-61

    January 10, 2014
    No. 4 Boston College won its sixth-straight game over second-place Providence in dominating style, skating by the No. 6 Friars, 5-2, in front of a soldout Kelley Rink on Friday night. Junior Johnny Gaudreau headlined the night once again with a four-point performance while seniors Kevin Hayes and Bill Arnold notched their 100th-career point and 50th-career goal, respectively, in the victory. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Boston College and Brown Battle to 3-3 Tie

    January 11, 2014
    Boston College extended its unbeaten streak to seven games, battling back from a late deficit to force a 3-3 draw at Brown on Saturday night at Meehan Auditorium. Saturday's stalemate marked the first contest between Boston College and Brown since Jan. 2, 2000. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Men's Hockey Sweeps BU; York Earns 950th Win

    January 17, 2014
    On the strength of a perfect night from the power play unit, No. 3/4 Boston College finished off the regular-season sweep of arch-rival Boston University on Friday night in front of an electric, sold out Kelley Rink, helping head coach Jerry York clinch his 950th-career victory. (read more)

  • Hayes

    Men's Hockey Caps Weekend with 7-2 Win vs. Maine

    January 18, 2014
    No. 3 Boston College avenged its earlier loss to No. 19 Maine in a big way on Saturday night thanks to five-point performances by Kevin Hayes and Johnny Gaudreau in a 7-2 triumph at Kelley Rink. The Eagles scored three power play goals to stretch their unbeaten streak to nine games (8-0-1). (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Men's Hockey Sinks Merrimack, 4-1

    January 21, 2014
    No. 2 Boston College emerged victoriously from a hard-fought road battle on Tuesday night, skating by Merrimack, 4-1, in front of a sold out Lawler Arena. With the victory, the Eagles are eight points clear of first place in the Hockey East standings.

    Senior Kevin Hayes set the precedent, scoring 1:23 into the contest, with help from junior Johnny Gaudreau, to keep their lengthy point streaks intact. Gaudreau owns the country's longest point streak at 19 games while Hayes has strung together a stretch of 11 outings with at least one point. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Men's Hockey Outlasts Penn State, 3-2

    January 25, 2014
    No. 2 Boston College extended its unbeaten streak to 11 games with a gritty 3-2 triumph over Penn State on Saturday night in front of a boisterous, sold out Pegula Ice Arena thanks to sturdy play from rookie netminder Thatcher Demko and BC's top line. The Eagles' trio of Johnny Gaudreau, Bill Arnold and Kevin Hayes combined for seven points in the win. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Men's Hockey Blanks Providence, 2-0

    January 31, 2014
    No. 2 Boston College extended its unbeaten streak to 12 games (11-0-1), shutting out No. 7 Providence, 2-0, in a gritty triumph on Friday night at Schneider Arena. First-year goaltender Thatcher Demko earned his first-career shutout, stopping all 30 Friars' shots while junior Johnny Gaudreau extended his point streak to 21-straight games with his 23rd goal of the season.

    Demko's first-career blanking was aided by sturdy play from his defensive corps, blocking 10 shots in the win. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Men's Hockey Races Past BU into Beanpot Finals

    Feb. 4, 2014
    After earning its third consecutive outright regular season conference title (and first as member of the Atlantic Coast Conference), the No. 2 Notre Dame women's basketball team was recognized for its efforts with numerous individual honors on Tuesday, as the ACC office announced this year's all-conference and all-freshman teams. (read more)

  • Thatcher Demko

    Gaudreau, Demko Garner National Honors

    February 6, 2014
    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau (Carneys Point, N.J.) and freshman goaltender Thatcher Demko (San Diego, Calif.) have been tabbed the Hockey Commissioners' Association National Division I Player of the Month and National Rookie of the Month, respectively, after leading Boston College to a 7-0-1 mark in the month of January.

    For both Gaudreau and Demko, this honor marks their first national awards from the Hockey Commissioners' Association. (read more)

  • Brendan Silk

    Men's Hockey Wins Seventh Straight in 6-1 Victory Over Merrimack

    February 7, 2014
    Senior forward Bill Arnold struck early and often for his first-career hat trick to help propel No. 2 Boston College past Merrimack, 6-1, Friday night at Kelley Rink. Arnold's final goal came via the power play, sparking a power play explosion for the Eagles in the final 20 minutes. BC used three power play tallies in the third period to put away the Warriors and extend its unbeaten streak to 14 games (13-0-1). (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    Men's Hockey Wins Beanpot Championship, Defeats Northeastern 4-1

    February 10, 2014
    Senior captain Patrick Brown scored two goals, including the game winner, and freshman goaltender Thatcher Demko made 29 saves to lead No. 1 Boston College to a 4-1 victory over No. 11 Northeastern and its fifth consecutive Beanpot title at the TD Garden Monday night.

    The victory marked the Eagles' 19th Beanpot title and eighth under head coach Jerry York. The championship victory gives seniors Bill Arnold, Brown, Kevin Hayes, and Isaac MacLeod a perfect 8-0 record for their collegiate careers. (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    Brown's Two Goals Powers BC Past Vermont, 4-3

    February 14, 2014
    Another two-goal performance from senior captain Patrick Brown and a sturdy penalty-killing effort propelled No. 1 Boston College past a frisky No. 14 Vermont club in front of a capacity crowd at Gutterson Fieldhouse, 4-3.

    The Eagles took advantage of Vermont both early on and late in the second stanza as junior forward Johnny Gaudreau extended his point streak to 25-straight outings with at least one point 30 seconds in. Gaudreau capitalized in the early goings of the second period following a late Catamounts' infraction to close out the first frame. (read more)

  • Brian Billett

    Men's Hockey Captures Hockey East Title

    February 16, 2014
    For the third time in the last four seasons and league-record 13th overall, No. 1 Boston College clinched the Hockey East regular season title by completing the sweep of No. 14 Vermont with a 5-3 victory on Saturday night at Gutterson Fieldhouse.

    Five different goal scorers and a strong performance by junior goaltender Brian Billett propelled the Eagles to their 10th-straight victory. Boston College is unbeaten in its last 17 games, two shy of matching the record set by the 2011-12 squad in the Jerry York era. (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    Brown, Men's Hockey Earns Hockey East Awards

    February 17, 2014
    Senior captain Patrick Brown (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) was tabbed the Warrior Hockey Player of the Week after a memorable Beanpot final followed by a big performance in Vermont to help Boston College clinch the Hockey East regular season title. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Demko Stops 33 Shots in 3-0 Blanking over Lowell

    February 21, 2014
    Sturdy defense, physical play and a Johnny Gaudreau power play game-winning goal propelled No. 1 Boston College to its 11th-straight victory in a 3-0 shutout over No. 7 UMass Lowell on Friday night at Kelley Rink. (read more)

  • Patrick Brown

    No. 1 Men's Hockey Ties No. 7 Lowell, 2-2

    February 22, 2014
    No. 1 Boston College weathered a record-setting crowd (7.649) and extended its unbeaten streak to 19 games (17-0-2) with a 2-2 tie at No. 7 UMass Lowell on Saturday night. With the draw, the Eagles matched the longest unbeaten streak of the Jerry York era set in the 2011-12 season. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Gaudreau Earns Third Player of the Month Honor

    March 3, 2014
    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau gathered his third Hockey East Player of the Month award on Monday afternoon after a 12-point February. The 5-foot-8 left winger has earned Warrior Hockey East Player of the Month honors in December and February this season.

    The Carneys Point, N.J., native tallied six goals, including four power play markers, along with six assists and a +3 rating throughout the course of February. (read more)

  • Ryan Fitzgerald

    Men's Hockey Loses to Notre Dame, 7-2

    March 14, 2014
    Top-seeded Boston College endured a 13-day hiatus following the regular season finale and suffered a 7-2 setback on Friday night against visiting eighth-seeded Notre Dame in game one of the Hockey East quarterfinal round. (read more)

  • Kevin Hayes

    Men's Hockey Forces Game Three with Irish, 4-2

    March 15, 2014
    Top-seeded Boston College utilized a big performance from its top-scoring unit, including a four-point performance from junior Johnny Gaudreau, to force a deciding game three after downing eighth-seeded Notre Dame, 4-2, on Saturday afternoon in the Hockey East quarterfinals.

    The Eagles and Irish will square off tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 p.m. for a trip to the Hockey East semifinals at TD Garden. Sunday's matinee will be broadcast live on NESN. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Notre Dame Holds Off Men's Hockey in Game Three, 4-2

    March 16, 2014
    In a high intensity, decisive game three, No. 2 Boston College could not overcome a late No. 11 Notre Dame lead and eventually fell to the Irish, 4-2, on Sunday afternoon at Kelley Rink. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Four Eagles Honored in Postseason Awards

    March 19, 2014
    Four Boston College hockey players, including senior forward Bill Arnold, junior winger Johnny Gaudreau and freshmen goaltender Thatcher Demko and defenseman Steven Santini, were honored in Hockey East's annual postseason awards.

    The Hockey East Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Rookie of the Year along with the Hockey East First-Team, Second-Team and Honorable Mention All Stars will be unveiled on Thursday evening at the league's postseason banquet held at the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge. (read more)

  • Jerry York

    York, Gaudreau Headline Hockey East Awards

    March 20, 2014
    Boston College head coach Jerry York was tabbed Hockey East Coach of the Year and junior forward Johnny Gaudreau earned his second-consecutive Player of the Year honor as announced by the league at its annual postseason banquet at the Royal Sonesta.

    Senior forward Kevin Hayes and sophomore defenseman Michael Matheson joined Gaudreau as Hockey East First-Team All Stars while senior centerman Bill Arnold and rookie goaltender Thatcher Demko were heralded as Hockey East honorable mention. (read more)

  • Celebration Shot

    Men's Hockey Draws Denver in Opening Round

    March 23, 2014
    Boston College earned an at-large bid into the 2014 NCAA Tournament and will play Denver on Saturday, March 29, at 4 p.m. (EST) at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. The Eagles will be the No. 1 seed in the Northeast regional.

    Saturday's game, which will mark the 26th meeting all-time against the No. 4-seeded Pioneers, will be broadcast live on ESPNU in high definition and will be streamed online and available on all WatchESPN platforms. (read more)

  • Johnny Gaudreau

    Gaudreau Wins 62nd annual Walter Brown Award

    March 26, 2014
    Boston College junior forward Johnny Gaudreau has been named the winner of the 62nd Walter Brown Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England as announced by Gridiron Club of Greater Boston president Bob Norton.

    Gaudreau finished first in the final balloting ahead of linemate and runner-up, Bill Arnold, and third-place finisher Steve Weinstein of Bentley University. (read more)

  • BC Players

    Men's Hockey Dominates Denver, 6-2

    March 29, 2014
    Boston College lives to fight another day after college hockey's most lucrative line consisting of Johnny Gaudreau, Bill Arnold and Kevin Hayes combined for all six goals along with seven assists to power past fourth-seeded Denver in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament at the DCU Center on Saturday night.

    Gaudreau's performance stood out in particular, posting historic figures with his first-career hat trick alongside three assists. The Carneys Point, N.J., native's six-point aggregate stands tied as the second-most points ever scored in an NCAA Tournament game. (read more)

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    Men's Hockey Clips Lowell, Returns to Frozen Four

    March 30, 2014
    Boston College will head back to its 11th Frozen Four since 1998 and 24th in program history after outlasting second-seeded UMass Lowell, 4-3, in the NCAA quarterfinal round on Sunday night at the DCU Center. Freshman defenseman Ian McCoshen dialed up the game-winning goal at 11:16 of the third period on a great play from sophomore Teddy Doherty at the top of the zone. (read more)

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    Gaudreau Named Hobey Hat Trick Finalist

    April 2, 2014
    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau has been named one of three Hobey Baker Award Hat Trick finalists according to the committee's announcement on Wednesday morning. April 2. This marks the second consecutive year Gaudreau has earned this distinction as the junior forward was runner-up for the Hobey Baker Award in 2013.

    The other two Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalists are senior forward Greg Carey from St. Lawrence University and senior forward Nic Dowd from St. Cloud State University. (read more)

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    Gaudreau, Eagles Headline All-New New England Awards

    April 2, 2014
    Boston College junior forward Johnny Gaudreau won the Leonard Fowle Award as New England's most valuable player along with the Herb Gallagher Award as its best forward according to an announcement made by the New England Hockey Writers' Association on Wednesday.

    The Carneys Point, N.J., native won both the Leonard Fowle and Herb Gallagher awards in 2013. (read more)

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    Men's Hockey Stopped Short by Union, 5-4

    April 10, 2014
    Boston College closed the gap to one goal twice with under two minutes to play, but ultimately could not overcome Union's lead as the Eagles fell to the Dutchmen, 5-4, in the national semifinal on Thursday evening at the Wells Fargo Center.

    Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau became the third player in Boston College history to reach the 80-point plateau with his three-point performance, including a goal and two assists. (read more)

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    Johnny Gaudreau Wins the Hobey Baker Award

    April 11, 2014
    Johnny Gaudreau's historic junior season at Boston College has culminated in college hockey's highest individual honor. On Friday evening at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, Gaudreau became the third Eagle in program history to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. The Hobey Baker award is presented annually to the nation's most outstanding Division I men's college hockey player. (read more)

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