As the 10-year anniversary of Boston College men’s hockey’s 2012 National Championship approaches, the Heights looks back a historic season.
The Eagles’ dreadful start to the season is part of a larger downward spiral that goes back to the end of the 2016-17 season, and is magnified even more by the recent rise of other sports like football.
In 45 years of coaching, Jerry York has only seen three players like Austin Cangelosi, The Heights’ Male Athlete of the Year: Nathan Gerbe, Cam Atkinson, and Johnny Gaudreau.
Recently, Boston College has lived in the cellar of the ACC, as losing has become more of a norm. Blowouts, close losses, you name it. BC has seen it all.
Chris Calnan exemplifies the new NHL and its relationship to college hockey. He also has the toughest job of any at BC: walking the tightrope between being a captain and having a Mod.
The first annual Comm Ave Classic charity hockey game raised over $55,000 for the Compassionate Care ALS Foundation in honor of BC’s Dick Kelley and Pete Frates.
After a night of reflection in the middle of somewhere, I realize The Heights gave me an endless stream of adventures to look forward to.
Former Hobey Baker winner and star Boston College forward Johnny Gaudreau logged a few minutes for the Calgary Flames last night. Pro hockey fans getting one of their first looks at Gaudreau had trouble coming to a conclusion on how old he looks.
Thanks to Famous Jameis, we compiled a list of phrases BC athletes could scream in Lower to receive a similar punishment.