Following Jerry York’s retirement announcement, staff writer breaks down the potential picks for York’s replacement.
Jerry York reflected on the off-ice relationships he’s made and the values he prioritizes at his retirement press conference on Tuesday.
After he announced his retirement after 28 years as the head coach of BC men’s hockey, Jerry York addressed the media in a retirement press conference on Tuesday.
After 28 years as Boston College men’s hockey head coach, Jerry York announced his retirement Wednesday afternoon.
In its 100th season, Boston College men’s hockey had its curtain call, closing out the year on a 3–2 loss to Northeastern.
In the opening round of the Hockey East Tournament Wednesday, BC men’s hockey defeated New Hampshire 4–3 in overtime.
After falling to the Terriers on Saturday, Boston College men’s hockey beat BU 3–1 at home on Sunday Night in the battle of Comm. Ave.
Following its first victory in 13 games, Boston College men’s hockey dropped its second game of a home-and-home series with No. 13 Northeastern, 4–1. The Eagles saw the man advantage seven times, but failed to capitalize on any of them.
After a combined seven goals in the first period, BC men’s hockey fell to UConn 6–4 Friday as UConn dominated the second period.
On Monday night in the Beanpot semifinal, Boston College men’s hockey fell short 3–1 to Northeastern after a late third period surge. Huskies’ goaltender TJ Semptimphelter stopped 41 of the 42 BC shots he faced in Devon Levi’s replacement.