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  • oct252014 | 7pm | KelleyRink | Chestnut Hill, mass. 1

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    quickfactsUNIVERSITY INFORMATION

    Location ..............................................Chestnut Hill, Mass.Founded ........................................................................ 1863Nickname .................................................................. EaglesColors ......................................................Maroon and GoldEnrollment ...................................9,099 (undergraduates).......................................................................... 14,460 (total)Colors ......................................................Maroon and GoldHome Rink ............................................ Kelley Rink (7,884)President ...................................Rev. William P. Leahy, SJNCAA Faculty Representative ................Robert TaggartAthletics Director ..............................................Brad BatesSr. Assoc. AD/Hockey Administrator............Tom PetersAssistant Director / Media Contact .......Mark MajewskiBC Athletics Website ..................................bceagles.com

    HOCKEY STAFFName (Alma Mater, Year) ........................................... TitleJerry York (Boston College 67) .................................................................... The Schiller Family Head Hockey CoachGreg Brown (Boston College 90) ....Assoc. Head CoachMike Ayers (New Hampshire 04) ......... Assistant CoachMarty McInnis (Boston College 90) ..... Assistant CoachJohn Hegarty (Boston College 94) ..Dir. of Hockey Ops.Bert Lenz (Castleton State 91) ............... Athletic TrainerRuss DeRosa (Springfield 95) ................Strength Coach

    PROGRAM HISTORYAffiliation ...................................................NCAA Division IConference ................................Hockey East AssociationFirst Season ...............................................................1917-18Total Seasons ....................................................................92Overall Record ................................................. 1447-771-119Kelley Rink Record (1988-pres) ............ 289-111-35 (.704)McHugh Forum Record (1958-86) ........ 282-95-10 (.748)Winning Seasons ..............................................................73NCAA Championships ......... 5 (1949, 2001, 2008, 2010, 2012)NCAA Tournament Record .......................................47-40NCAA Tournament Record under Jerry York ..........34-11NCAA Frozen Four Appearances ...................................24(1948, 1949, 1950, 1954, 1956, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1985, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014)NCAA Tournament Appearances ..................................33Hockey East Regular Season Titles ................................13Hockey East Tournament Titles ...................................... 11Hockey East Tournament Record ....................... 62-26-2Hockey East Tourney Record under Jerry York ..53-14-1All-Americans ...................... 59 (43 first-team honorees)

    HOCKEY INFORMATION2013-14 Overall Record ............................................28-8-42013-14 Hockey East Record (Finish) .............. 16-2-2 (1st)Final Ranking ................................................ No. 3 / No. 3Lettermen Returning / Lost ....................................... 21/5Newcomers .........................................................................32014-15 Captain ....................................Michael Matheson2014-15 Alternate Captains ............................. Michael Sit.......................................................................... Quinn Smith

    ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONSAddress .......321 Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467Contact .......................................................Mark MajewskiEmail............................................ mark.majewski@bc.eduOffice Phone ............................................... (617) 552-2094Cell Phone ................................................... (734) 812-5480BC Athletics Twitter Feed .....................@BCSportsNewsHockey Twitter Feed ...........................@BCHockeyNewsHashtags ............................................................#WeAreBC............................................................................#BCHockey

    WorthNoting

    Eaglesin140

    BOSTON COLLEGE vs. MASSACHUSETTSBoston College and Massachusetts lock up for the 73rd time on Saturday night at Kelley Rink. The Eagles have owned the series for the most part, possessing a 55-13-4 mark against the Minutemen all-time. In recent memory, the Eagles are 5-1-1 against UMass with that lone loss occuring on The Heights Jan. 18, 2013 (2-5). Before back-to-back losses at the Mullins Center in 2011 and 2012, Boston College won 12-straight games against Massachusetts from Feb. 6, 2009 to Oct. 21, 2011. The Eagles are actually in search of their first win against UMass in their third try tonight, having tied (Nov. 15, 2013 - 2-2) and lost (Jan. 18, 2013 - 2-5) in their last two respective outings.

    MAPPING OUT UMASSUMass picked up its second straight win and first Hockey East victory, defeating Northeastern 3-2 last night at Matthews Arena. Making his second consecutive start in net, freshman Henry Dill made 42 saves. Dill has won both games in his young career. Senior Emerson Auvenshine, skating as a defenseman for the first time in his collegiate career, scored the gamewinning goal in the third period. The tally was Auvenshines first career game winner and second career tally overall in 38 career contests. Oleg Yevenko, playing in his 100th career game, dished his second assist in as many contests. He is the lone player on the UMass roster to have reached the century mark in career games played. For a second straight contest, UMass went 1-for-5 on the power play and was a perfect 7-for-7 on the penalty kill. The Minutemen currently rank eighth in the nation in PK percentage at 93.8%, having killed of 15 of 16 on the season. The Minutemen offense heads into Saturdays contest ranked 31st, having scored 2.75 goals per game, but the defense has struggled in its first four outings. The Minutemen rank second to last in college hockey, surrendering 4.50 goals per game. UMass has only committed nine penalty minutes per game, tied for 42nd in the country. Massachusetts is one of six teams, including Boston College, to have won its last two contests.

    OFFENSIVE ONSLAUGHTThe Eagles have scored six goals in each of their last two outings. The last time Boston College combined for 12 goals in two games was last season when the Eagles defeated Boston University, 6-4, and Maine, 7-2, back-to-back on Jan. 17-18, 2014. Under Jerry York, Boston College has combined for 12 goals or more over the span of two games all but three times in a single season. The only seasons BC has never scored 12 or more goals in back-to-back games was 1994-95 (first season), 2003-04 and 2012-13.

    BOUNCING BACKBoston College has actually lost five of its last eight season opening contests dating back to the 2007-08 season, including last Fridays 5-2 setback at UMass Lowell. With the Eagles 6-2 triumph over RIT, Boston College has now won all five games following a season-opening loss. In those instances, the Eagles have advanced to the NCAA Tournament on three of four occassions and won two national titles (2008 & 2010).

    COMING BACK TO CONTESince Jerry York has been the head coach at Boston College, the Eagles possesses a 13-7-1 record in home opening games on The Heights. Dating back to the 2007-08 season, the Eagles are 6-1-1 in the first game of the year at Kelley Rink.

    HISTORY (STILL) IN THE MAKINGThe Schiller Family Head Hockey Coach of Boston College, Jerry York, enters his 43rd season of coaching college hockey. Not only is York the winningest coach in the games history, having amassed 965 victories and a win loss total of 965-578-102 (.619), York is approaching another historic benchmark at his alma mater. Now in his 21st season as BC bench boss, York is just two victories away from earning his 500th victory as Eagles head coach. York is 498-243-68 (.659) in 20 seasons.

    - Head coach Jerry York is two victories shy of earning his 500th-career victory at Boston College #InYorkWeTrust

    - Cam Spiro scored his first-career two-goal game in his 28th outing as an Eagle

    - Ryan Fitzgerald is riding a career-best three-game goal scoring streak, capped by the powerplay game winner against Colorado College

    - In home openers under Jerry York, Boston College has amassed a 13-7-1 mark; the same mark as he had in season openers

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    USCHO.comPOLL# Team (FPV) W-L-T Points LW 1 Minnesota (39) 2-0-0 989 1 2 Union (11) 4-0-0 950 2 3 North Dakota 3-1-0 853 3 4 Colgate 3-1-0 810 6 5 Providence 1-1-0 734 5 6 Boston College 1-1-0 682 7 7 UMass Lowell 2-0-1 675 9 8 Ferris State 2-1-0 663 4 9 St. Cloud State 1-1-0 605 810 Miami 3-1-0 562 1111 Denver 2-0-0 372 1612 Boston University 1-0-0 369 1413 Minnesota State 2-2-0 357 1214 Michigan 1-2-0 296 1015 Quinnipiac 1-1-1 278 1316 Alaska 4-0-0 267 1917 Vermont 3-0-0 209 NR18 Cornell 0-0-0 199 1519 Minnesota-Duluth 2-2-0 119 2020 Alaska-Anchorage 3-0-1 86 NR

    Others receiving votes: Nebraska-Omaha 78, Robert Morris 67, Notre Dame 62, Bowling Green 47, Michigan Tech 36, Merrimack 27, Northern Michigan 24, New Hampshire 21, Princeton 17, Ohio State 14, Yale 10, Dartmouth 6, Harvard 6, Northeastern 6, Bemidji State 2, Clarkson 1, Mercyhurst 1.

    WERESTILLNOTING

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    HOCKEY HALL CALLThree members of the Boston College hockey family were enshrined as part of the 2014 Class of the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame, including Jeff Farkas ('00), William Hogan (33) and Marty Reasoner (98). Farkas earned All-America accolades, was a Hobey Baker finalist and ranks sixth all-time in scoring (190). Hogan was instrumental in resurrecting this treasured sport at Boston College, following suspension of hockey as a varsity sport during the Great Depression. Reasoner earned NCAA East first-team honors, AHCA All-America honors, twice captured All-Hockey East first-team honors and helped bring BC to the NCAA National Championship game in 1998.

    SHUSHING SHUTOUTSBoston College has not been shutout in 101 games. That is the longest active streak in the country. Denver is in second, having scored a goal in 70-consecutive games while Union is in third at 68.

    BABY BIRD(S)Highly-touted rookie defenseman Noah Hanifin is not just the second-youngest player in all of college hockey, he is the second-youngest player EVER to don the maroon and gold. The Norwood, Mass., native will not turn 18 years old until Jan. 25, 2015. University of Michigans Zach Werenski (DOB: July 19, 1997) is college hockeys youngest player. Boston College, as a whole, is the second-youngest club in college hockey behind Boston University. Last season, BC goaltender Thatcher Demko owned the distinction of being college hockeys youngest player.

    CHANGING OF THE GUARDFollowing yet another 25-win year, fourth in the last five seasons for Boston College, the Eagles leapfrogged Boston University in all-time win percentage in Hockey East play. In 30 seasons, the Eagles have compiled a 443-248-73 record for a league-best 62.8 win percentage in 30 seasons as a found member of Hockey East.

    BC: THE NHLs FIRST CHOICENot only did Boston College lead all of college hockey in 2013-14 by dispersing 26 Eagles across the National Hockey League, BC has placed 18 skaters on opening night rosters for the 2014-15 NHL season. That mark is tops in Hockey East. In regards to college hockey, seven first-round picks are among the nearly 200 NHL draft picks on college rosters, including at least one on 40 teams. Boston College is the only team in the country with two first-round draft picks, including junior captain Michael Matheson (Florida 23rd) and Alex Tuch (Minnesota 18th).

    SEASON 26 AT KELLEY RINKBoston College celebrates its 26th season of playing hockey on Kelley Rink at Conte Forum. Starting in 1988, the BCs overall record at Kelley Rink is 288-111-35 (.704). The Eagles played at McHugh Forum prior from 1958-86 when Boston College posted an overall mark of 282-95-10 (.748).

    Team GP W L T Pts GF GA W L T GF GA

    1 Boston University 1 1 0 0 2 8 1 2 0 0 9 1

    UMass Lowell 1 1 0 0 2 5 2 2 1 1 18 16

    Merrimack 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 4 0 0 12 8

    Vermont 1 1 0 0 2 6 2 3 0 0 11 3

    Massachusetts 2 1 1 0 2 4 10 2 2 0 11 18

    6 Maine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 8 17

    New Hampshire 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 7 6

    Notre Dame 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 18 13

    Providence 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 7 12

    Boston College 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 1 2 0 14 9 Connecticut 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 8 12

    Northeastern 2 0 2 0 0 4 9 0 4 0 4 15

    Usatodaypoll# Team (FPV) LW W-L-T Wks1. Minnesota, 499 (23) 1 2-0-0 42. Union, 449 (10) 2 4-0-0 43. North Dakota, 428 (1) 3 3-1-0 44. Colgate, 397 4 3-1-0 45. Providence, 340 5 1-1-0 46. Boston College, 308 8 1-1-0 47. Ferris State, 275 6 2-1-0 48. UMass Lowell, 263 9 2-0-1 29. St. Cloud State, 257 7 1-1-0 410. Miami, 231 11 3-1-0 411. Boston University, 131 13 1-0-0 412. Minnesota State, 95 12 2-2-0 413. Denver, 93 n/a 2-0-0 214. Michigan, 60 10 1-2-0 415. Quinnipiac, 49 14 1-1-1 2

    Others receiving votes: Alaska, 45; Vermont, 33; Cornell University, 27; Notre Dame, 18; Robert Morris, 15; Minnesota Duluth, 14; Nebraska Omaha, 14; Yale, 9; Alaska Anchorage, 8; Bowling Green, 6; Merrimack, 6; Michigan Tech, 5; Ohio State, 3; New Hampshire, 1; Bemidji State, 1.

    EagleTrackerDate USCHO USA9/29 4 410/6 4 310/13 7 810/20 6 610/27 - - - -11/3 - - - -11/10 - - - -11/17 - - - -11/24 - - - -12/1 - - - -12/8 - - - -12/15 - - - -12/22 - - - -1/5 - - - -

    Date USCHO USA 1/12 - - - -1/19 - - - -1/26 - - - -2/2 - - - -2/9 - - - -2/16 - - - -2/23 - - - -3/2 - - - -3/9 - - - -3/16 - - - -3/23 - - - -3/30 - - - -4/6 - - - -

    - - - - hockey east - - - - - - - Overall - - -

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    EagleHallCALLOne-third of the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame - Class of 2014 - was made up from the mens ice hockey contingent. These three Eagles were enshrined into the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 17, and were recognized at halftime of the Eagles football game against Clemson.

    WERESTILLNOTINGBIG TEN BRUSH-UPFourteen of the countrys most storied college hockey programs will compete this fall in the second Big Ten/Hockey East Challenge. Nine of 12 Hockey East institutions will join five of the six Big Ten schools in 20 designated games to be played between October 10 and November 29, with 10 games scheduled in Hockey East arenas and 10 in Big Ten venues. Big Ten/Hockey East Challenge Cup will be presented to the conference that records the most points from the 20 contests. Teams will earn two points for a win, one point for a tie and a bonus point will be awarded for a road win.

    EAGLES TABBED SECOND IN HOCKEY EAST PRESEASON POLLBoston College has been chosen to finish second in the 2014-15 Hockey East Preseason Poll, voted on by the league coaches and announced at the conferences annual media day at TD Garden on Sept. 29. The Eagles received three-of-12 first-place votes. This marks the first time in seven seasons and just the third in the last 16 years that Boston College has not been selected as the favorite or co-favorite to win the league title.

    #TEAMDREWBROWNHockey East is all about competition and brotherhood. Providence Colleges Drew Brown will miss this season as he battles Ewings sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. For those that would like to help donate to Browns cause, the fundraising campaign is called Dropping Mitts Against Cancer. More information is located here: gofundme.com/93da50

    Jeff Farkas played four years on the Eagles hockey team. In 2000, Farkas earned All-America accolades, was a Hobey Baker finalist, and received the Norman F. Dailey Memorial Award given by the Pikes Peak Hockey Club to the teams MVP. During his incredible career, the Eagles finished with an exemplary 99-52-14 record with two Hockey East Championships and three Frozen Four appearances.

    The sport of ice hockey at Boston College - as we know it today - would not exist without the efforts of William M. Hogan. A native of Cambridge, Massachusetts, Hogan was instrumental in resurrecting this treasured sport at BC, following suspension of hockey as a varsity sport during the Great Depression. When the team gathered at Boston Arena for its first varsity game, the players unanimously voted Hogan as team captain.

    Marty Reasoner played three years on the Eagles hockey team. Leading the team in scoring in each of his seasons, Reasoner earned NCAA East first-team honors, AHCA All-America honors, and twice captured All-Hockey East first-team honors. He helped bring BC to the NCAA National Championship game in 1998. Reasoner represented the U.S. in the 1996 and 1997 World Junior Championships, and the 2002, 2003 and 2006 World Championships.

    EaglesMultiPointPerformancesCAM SPIROOct. 24 vs Colorado College .................................... 1-1-2

    TEDDY DOHERTYOct. 18 vs RIT ............................................................. 1-2-3

    RYAN FITZGERALDOct. 18 vs RIT .............................................................. 1-1-2

    ADAM GILMOUROct. 24 vs Colorado College .................................. 0-2-2

    ZACH SANFORDOct. 18 vs RIT ............................................................ 0-3-3

    BREDNAN SILKOct. 18 vs RIT ............................................................ 0-2-2

    CAM SPIROOct. 24 vs Colorado College .................................. 2-0-2

    ALEX TUCHOct. 24 vs Colorado College .................................. 0-2-2

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    RosterinfoBY POSITION Total Players (24)

    Forwards: 14Chris Calnan, So., Austin Cangelosi, So., Ryan Fitzgerald, So., Matthew Gaudreau, So., Adam Gilmour, So., Danny Linell, Sr., Peter McMullen, Jr., Zach Sanford, Fr., Brendan Silk, Jr., Michael Sit, Sr., Quinn Smith, Sr., Cam Spiro, Sr., Destry Straight, Sr., Alex Tuch, Fr.

    Defense: 7Teddy Doherty, So., Noah Hanifin, Fr., Travis Jeke, Jr., Michael Matheson, Jr., Ian McCoshen, So., Steve Santini, So., Scott Savage, So.

    Goaltenders: 3Brad Barone, Sr., Brian Billett, Sr., Thatcher Demko, So.

    BY CLASS

    Seniors: 7 (29%)G Brad Barone, G Brian Billett, F Danny Linell, F Michael Sit, F Quinn Smith, F Cam Spiro, F Destry Straight

    Juniors: 5 (21%)D Teddy Doherty, D Travis Jeke, D Michael Matheson, F Peter McMullen, F Brendan Silk

    Sophomores: 9 (38%)F Chris Calnan, F Austin Cangelosi, G Thatcher Demko, F Ryan Fitzgerald, F Matthew Gaudreau, F Adam Gilmour, D Ian McCoshen, D Steve Santini, D Scott Savage

    Freshmen: 3 (12%)D Noah Hanifin, F Zach Sanford, F Alex Tuch

    PRONUNCIATIONS Cangelosi can-juh-LOW-seeGaudreau GUH-droughHanifin HAN-uh-finJeke jakeMatheson MATH-a-sinMcCoshen mick-CAUTIONSpiro SPEAROStraight, Destry DES-treeTuch tuck

    NumericalRoster No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. S/C Previous Team/Hometown 1 Brian Billett Sr. G 6-1 185 L NH Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)/Brunswick, Maine 2 Scott Savage So. D 6-0 185 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/San Clemente, Calif. 3 Ian McCoshen So. D 6-2 208 L Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Faribault, Minn. 4 Teddy Doherty Jr. D 5-9 178 L Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)/Hopkinton, Mass. 5 Michael Matheson Jr. D 6-2 189 L Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)/Pointe-Claire, Quebec 6 Steve Santini So. D 6-2 208 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Mahopac, N.Y. 7 Noah Hanifin Fr. D 6-2 200 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Norwood, Mass. 8 Travis Jeke Jr. D 6-2 192 L Northwood School/Pittsburgh, Pa. 9 Brendan Silk Jr. F 6-3 192 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Wakefield, Mass. 10 Danny Linell Sr. F 5-7 178 R Choate Rosemary Hall/Great Neck, N.Y. 11 Chris Calnan So. F 6-2 198 R South Shore Kings (EJHL)/Norwell, Mass. 12 Alex Tuch Fr. F 6-3 215 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program /Baldwinsville, N.Y. 14 Adam Gilmour So. F 6-3 190 R Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)/Hanover, Mass. 15 Cam Spiro Sr. F 5-10 210 L Tabor Academy/Hingham, Mass. 17 Destry Straight Sr. F 6-1 180 L Coquitlam Express (BCHL)/West Vancouver, B.C. 18 Michael Sit Sr. F 5-10 180 L Edina/Edina, Minn. 19 Ryan Fitzgerald So. F 5-10 175 L Valley Warriors (EJHL)/North Reading, Mass. 20 Peter McMullen Jr. F 6-1 209 L Delbarton Prep/Essex Fells, N.J. 21 Matthew Gaudreau So. F 5-9 140 L Omaha Lancers (USHL)/Carneys Point, N.J. 24 Zach Sanford Fr. F 6-4 188 L Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Auburn, N.H. 26 Austin Cangelosi So. F 5-7 175 R Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)/Estero, Fla. 27 Quinn Smith Sr. F 5-8 173 L Avon Old Farms/Fairfield, Conn. 29 Brad Barone Sr. G 5-10 175 L South Shore Kings (EJHL)/Medfield, Mass. Pa. 30 Thatcher Demko So. G 6-4 196 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/San Diego, Calif.

    AlphabeticalRoster No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. S/C Previous Team/Hometown 29 Brad Barone Sr. G 5-10 175 L South Shore Kings (EJHL)/Medfield, Mass. Pa. 1 Brian Billett Sr. G 6-1 185 L NH Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)/Brunswick, Maine 11 Chris Calnan So. F 6-2 198 R South Shore Kings (EJHL)/Norwell, Mass. 26 Austin Cangelosi So. F 5-7 175 R Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)/Estero, Fla. 30 Thatcher Demko So. G 6-4 196 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/San Diego, Calif. 4 Teddy Doherty Jr. D 5-9 178 L Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)/Hopkinton, Mass. 19 Ryan Fitzgerald So. F 5-10 175 L Valley Warriors (EJHL)/North Reading, Mass. 21 Matthew Gaudreau So. F 5-9 140 L Omaha Lancers (USHL)/Carneys Point, N.J. 14 Adam Gilmour So. F 6-3 190 R Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)/Hanover, Mass. 7 Noah Hanifin Fr. D 6-2 200 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Norwood, Mass. 8 Travis Jeke Jr. D 6-2 192 L Northwood School/Pittsburgh, Pa. 10 Danny Linell Sr. F 5-7 178 R Choate Rosemary Hall/Great Neck, N.Y. 5 Michael Matheson Jr. D 6-2 189 L Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)/Pointe-Claire, Quebec 3 Ian McCoshen So. D 6-2 208 L Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Faribault, Minn. 20 Peter McMullen Jr. F 6-1 209 L Delbarton Prep/Essex Fells, N.J. 24 Zach Sanford Fr. F 6-4 188 L Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Auburn, N.H. 6 Steve Santini So. D 6-2 208 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Mahopac, N.Y. 2 Scott Savage So. D 6-0 185 L US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/San Clemente, Calif. 9 Brendan Silk Jr. F 6-3 192 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Wakefield, Mass. 18 Michael Sit Sr. F 5-10 180 L Edina/Edina, Minn. 27 Quinn Smith Sr. F 5-8 173 L Avon Old Farms/Fairfield, Conn. 15 Cam Spiro Sr. F 5-10 210 L Tabor Academy/Hingham, Mass. 17 Destry Straight Sr. F 6-1 180 L Coquitlam Express (BCHL)/West Vancouver, B.C. 12 Alex Tuch Fr. F 6-3 215 R US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program /Baldwinsville, N.Y.

    CoachesandcaptainsThe Schiller Family Head Hockey Coach ................................Jerry York (Boston College 67)Associate Head Coach ..........................................................Greg Brown (Boston College 90)Assistant Coach ......................................................................Mike Ayers (New Hampshire 04)Assistant Coach .................................................................. Marty McInnis (Boston College 91) Director of Hockey Operations ......................................... John Hegarty (Boston College 94)Athletic Trainer ............................................................................Bert Lenz (Castleton State 91)Strength Coach ............................................................................Russ DeRosa (Springfield 95)Captain ..............................................................................................................Michael MathesonAssistant Captains ...............................................................................Michael Sit, Quinn Smith

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    MOVIN ON UPFollowing the Eagles six-goal explosion against RIT on Oct. 18, Boston Colleges offense is now tied for fifth in the country, averaging 4.00 goals per game.

    FITZ ON THE FRITZSophomore forward Ryan Fitzgerald is the lone Eagle to have scored consecutive goals in BCs two outings this season. The North Reading, Mass., has scored goals in straight games four times in his career and with his goal, he tied Destry Straight for the most career goals (15) on the roster.

    ROOKIE PARTYFreshmen Zach Sanford and Alex Tuch both recorded their first points as Eagles against RIT on Oct. 18. Sanford exploded for a playmaker, registering three assists. Tuch scored early in the third period in front of the hometown crowd, just a few miles from where he grew up.

    SILKY SMOOTHJunior Brendan Silk posted his first-career multi-point game with a pair of assists in the victory against RIT on Oct. 18. That contest marked the juniors 75th-career game.

    CASH CAMCam Spiro set up the play for Teddy Dohertys game-winning goal against RIT on Oct. 18. it marked the Hingham, Mass., natives first point since his sophomore season after scoring a goal against Vermont on March 15, 2013.

    HEAVY LIES THE CROWNBoston College lit the lamp the most times in college hockey in 2013-14. The Eagles tallied an NCAA-best 164 goals. BC was the only team in the country to average over four goals per game (4.10 gpg). Not only could BC boast the highest scoring clip, but the Eagles also recorded the top scoring margin in the country, beating opposing teams by a margin of 1.75 goals per game.

    POWER PLAY PUNCHThe Eagles can credit a good portion of their

    success to their power play unit from 2013-14. The Eagles converted 34-of-140 chances with the man advantage, having finished with nations fifth-best mark of 24.3 percent.

    COUNT ON CALSophomore forward Chris Calnan scored BCs first goal of the season, upping his career total to five in 39 games played.

    NEXT NUMBER UPThe Boston College offense will look to its young talent to replace the Eagles Big Three line ofJohnny Gaudreau, Kevin Hayes and Bill Arnold that constituted 43 percent of BCs production last season. Gaudreau, the programs first Hobey Baker winner since 2000 and the most prolific output in all of college hockey since the 2002-03 season, left after his junior season while Hayes, Arnold and former captain Patrick Brown all graduated. Those four combined for 92 goals, 136 assists and 228 points, just a shade under half the offensive product from the 2013-14 club.

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    First-career two goal game

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    EagleDefenseDEFENSIVE DOLDRUMSBoston College is 1-1 on the season, but still surrendering 3.50 goals per game. That mark is tied for 39th in the NCAA and is ninth in Hockey East.

    BLUE-LINE BOPPERSThe Eagles defensive corps is not having a problem lighting the lamp itself. In BCs first victory of the season against RIT, four of Boston Colleges six goals game from defensemen (Matheson, Doherty, Santini, McCoshen).

    CONNECTING THE DOHTSJunior defenseman Teddy Doherty earned Boston Colleges first Hockey East award of the season after landing Defensive Player of the Week honors. Doherty not only accounted for his second-career three-point performance with a goal and two assists, he also notched his first-career game-winning goal and was a game-high +4. Doherty was also recognized as BCs Male Eagle of the Week his exploits. Doherty is now Boston Colleges leading scorer through the first two games this season (1-3-4).

    POWER PLAY PLAUDITSSophomore Ian McCoshen not only score the Eagles first power play goal of the season late in the third frame agaisnt RIT, it stood as his first-career power play marker on The Heights.

    LAST LINE OF DEFENSEAfter getting drafted by Vancouver, 36th overall, in this summers NHL Entry Draft, Thatcher Demko returns as the mainstay in net for the Eagles. As a freshman, the San Diego, Calif., native turned in in college hockeys sixth-best winning percentage (.729 16-5-3) with a 2.24 goals against average and a .919 save percentage. Not only did the 6-foot-4 goaltender go 9-1-1 in Hockey East last season, his 1.35 goals against average in conference action was also the lowest goals against average mark since Jimmy Howards (Maine) record of 1.15 in 2003-04. A member of the Hockey East All-Rookie Team, Demko captured the 2014 Eberly Award (goaltender with

    the best save percentage in the Beanpot) with a save rate of .966, marking the second-best save percentage in Beanpot Tournament history. Through two outings, Demko has a 1-1-0 mark with a 3.03 goals against a .880 save percentage.

    SHERIFF SANTINISophomore Steve Santini captured a share of the programs Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award after becoming a mainstay on the blue line. The Mahopac, N.Y., native led all defensemen with a +26 plus/minus rating and was also the clubs leader with 68 blocked shots. Santini logged 11 points (3-8-11), including a timely goal in the national semifinal game against Union. Santini netted his first goal of the season and fourth of i

    AGE IS NOTHING BUT A NUMBERFreshman defenseman Noah Hanifin, the second-youngest player in college hockey, is currently projected as the third-overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.

    Eagles Leading scorer (1-4-5)

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    BCGamehighsPOINTS 17 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)GOALS 6 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014) 6 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)ASSISTS 11 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)SOGs 34 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014) 34 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)SAVES 33 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)PENALTIES 8 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)PIMs 16 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)

    OPPGamehighsPOINTS 12 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)GOALS 5 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)ASSISTS 7 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)SOGs 35 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)SAVES 28 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014) 28 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)PENALTIES 7 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)PIMs 14 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)

    BCGameLowsPOINTS 5 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)GOALS 2 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)ASSISTS 3 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)SOGs 21 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)SAVES 19 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)PENALTIES 4 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)PIMs 8 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)

    OPPGamelowsPOINTS 5 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)GOALS 2 vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)ASSISTS 3 vs Colorado College (Oct 24, 2014)SOGs 24 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)SAVES 19 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)PENALTIES 2 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)PIMs 4 at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)

    EagleHighsPOINTS 3 Zach Sanford vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 3 Teddy Doherty vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)GOALS 2 Cam Spiro vs CC (Oct 24, 2014)ASSISTS 3 Zach Sanford vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014)SHOTS 5 Noah Hanifin vs CC (Oct 24, 2014)SAVES 33 T. Demko vs CC (Oct 24, 2014)PENALTIES 1 Ian McCoshen vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Adam Gilmour vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Thatcher Demko vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Teddy Doherty vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Alex Tuch vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Brendan Silk vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Michael Sit vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Scott Savage vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 1 Noah Hanifin vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 1 Ian McCoshen vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 1 Chris Calnan vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 1 Quinn Smith vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 1 Ryan Fitzgerald vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 1 S. Santini at UMass Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 1 Noah Hanifin at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 1 Ian McCoshen at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 1 R. Fitzgerald at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)PIMs 2 Adam Gilmour vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Thatcher Demko vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Teddy Doherty vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Ian McCoshen vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Alex Tuch vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Brendan Silk vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Scott Savage vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Michael Sit vs CC (Oct 24, 2014) 2 Noah Hanifin vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 Ian McCoshen vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 Ryan Fitzgerald vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 Quinn Smith vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 Chris Calnan vs RIT (Oct 18, 2014) 2 R. Fitzgerald at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 2 Ian McCoshen at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 2 Noah Hanifin at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014) 2 Steve Santini at Lowell (Oct 10, 2014)

    EagleAwardSTEDDY DOHERTYHockey East Defensive Player of the Week - Oct. 20

    nosetonoseGOALS 14

    GOALS PER GAME 4.67

    GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME 3.00

    SHOTS 89

    SHOT PERCENTAGE 15.7 %

    SHOTS PER GAME 29.7

    PPG / OPP 2/10

    POWER PLAY % .200

    PENALTY KILL / OPP. 11/13

    SHORT-HANDED GOALS 0

    PENALTIES 17

    PENALTY MINUTES 34

    11 GOALS

    2.75 GOALS PER GAME

    4.50 GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME

    112 SHOTS

    9.8% SHOT PERCENTAGE

    28.0 SHOTS PER GAME

    2/15 PPG / OPP

    .133 POWER PLAY %

    15/16 PENALTY KILL / OPP.

    1 SHORT-HANDED GOALS

    18 PENALTIES

    36 PENALTY MINUTES

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    All-TimeSeriesvsMassachusetts (since Hockey East play)Date Site Result Score

    Oct. 30, 1994 Kelley Rink W 4-2

    Jan. 6, 1995 Kelley Rink W 8-4

    Jan. 7, 1995 Mullins Center L 3-5

    Mar. 7, 1995 Kelley Rink % L 4-5

    Jan. 19, 1995 Kelley Rink W 8-2

    Jan. 20, 1995 Mullins Center W 5-3

    Mar. 1, 1995 Mullins Center W 7-3

    Jan. 6, 1996 Kelley Rink W 5-4

    Jan. 24, 1996 Kelley Rink W 3-2

    Feb. 22, 1996 Mullins Center W 3-2

    Nov. 2, 1997 Mullins Center W 3-1

    Jan. 24, 1998 Kelley Rink W 6-3

    Mar. 4, 1998 Mullins Center W 6-1

    Jan. 26, 1999 Kelley Rink W 7-1

    Jan. 29, 1999 Mullins Center W 3-1

    Feb. 5, 1999 Kelley Rink W 5-4

    Oct. 23, 1999 Mullins Center W 4-1

    Feb. 25, 2000 Mullins Center W 2-0

    Feb. 26, 2000 Kelley Rink L 1-5

    Oct. 29, 2000 Kelley Rink W 9-5

    Feb. 23, 2001 Kelley Rink T 3-3

    Feb. 24, 2001 Mullins Center W 6-3

    Dec. 1, 2001 Kelley Rink W 4-0

    Date Site Result Score

    Jan. 7, 2002 Mullins Center W 4-3 (OT)

    Feb. 1, 2002 Mullins Center W 3-2 (OT)

    Oct. 13, 2002 Mullins Center W 6-0

    Jan. 3, 2003 Kelley Rink L 2-3

    Jan. 31, 2003 Kelley Rink W 9-0

    Nov. 14, 2003 Mullins Center W 4-1

    Feb. 13, 2004 Mullins Center W 5-2

    Feb. 14, 2004 Kelley Rink W 6-1

    Nov. 12, 2004 Kelley Rink T 3-3 (OT)

    Jan. 27, 2005 Mullins Center W 5-2

    Jan. 28, 2005 Kelley Rink W 6-0

    Mar. 11, 2005 Kelley Rink % W 3-2 (2OT)

    Mar. 12, 2005 Kelley Rink % W 5-1

    Dec. 9, 2005 Kelley Rink W 7-0

    Dec. 10, 2005 Mullins Center W 4-1

    Feb. 3, 2006 Mullins Center L 2-3

    Dec. 8, 2006 Mullins Center L 1-2

    Dec. 9, 2006 Kelley Rink W 5-2

    Feb. 2, 2007 Kelley Rink L 3-5

    Nov. 16, 2007 Mullins Center T 1-1

    Nov. 17, 2007 Kelley Rink L 2-3

    Feb. 8, 2008 Mullins Center W 4-1

    Nov. 21, 2008 Kelley Rink W 2-0

    Date Site Result Score

    Nov. 22, 2008 Mullins Center L 3-4 (OT)

    Feb. 6, 2009 Kelley Rink W 2-0

    Dec. 4, 2009 Mullins Center W 3-1

    Feb. 5, 2010 Mullins Center W 7-1

    Feb. 26, 2010 Kelley Rink W 2-1 (OT)

    Mar. 12, 2010 Kelley Rink % W 6-5

    Mar. 13, 2010 Kelley Rink % W 5-2

    Feb. 4, 2011 Kelley Rink W 5-0

    Feb. 25, 2011 Mullins Center W 4-3

    Feb. 26, 2011 Kelley Rink W 2-1

    Mar. 11, 2011 Kelley Rink % W 4-1

    Mar. 12, 2011 Kelley Rink % W 4-2

    Oct. 21, 2011 Kelley Rink W 4-2

    Nov. 5, 2011 Mullins Center L 2-4

    Jan. 13, 2012 Mullins Center L 0-4

    Mar. 9, 2012 Kelley Rink % W 2-1

    Mar. 10, 2012 Kelley Rink % W 3-2

    Oct. 19, 2012 Mullins Center W 5-4 (OT)

    Nov. 4, 2012 Kelley Rink W 3-2

    Jan. 18, 2013 Kelley Rink L 2-5

    Nov. 14, 2013 Mullins Center W 2-1

    Nov. 15, 2013 Kelley Rink T 2-2

  • @BCHockeynews | #BCvsUMass | #WeAreBC 10

    situationalrecords 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15Overall Record .............................22-12-4..........28-8-4 ........... 2-1-0League Record .............................15-9-3...........16-2-2 ........... 0-1-0vs. league opponents ................18-10-3..........20-4-2 ........... 0-1-0vs. non-league opponents ...........4-2-1............ 7-3-2 ............ 1-1-0vs. AHA opponents ........................... n/a............. 1-1-0 ........... 1-0-0vs. BIG 10 ............................................. n/a.............3-2-1 .....................vs. NCHC opponents ........................ n/a............ 1-0-0 ........... 1-0-0vs. ECAC opponents ........................2-1-1..............2-1-1 .....................vs. WCHA opponents ...................0-1-0............ 1-0-0 .....................Home record ................................. 11-5-2............ 11-4-1 ........... 1-0-0Road record ...................................8-5-2.......... 10-3-3 ........... 0-1-0Neutral ............................................3-2-0.............7-1-0 ........... 1-0-0Overtime ..........................................2-1-4..............1-1-3 .....................On NESN .......................................... 3-1-0............ 5-1-0 ........... 0-1-0On NBC Sports Network ............... 2-1-0........... 2-0-0 .....................ON ESPN Networks .......................... n/a............ 2-1-0 .....................

    Scoring first ...................................18-2-4...........21-3-2 ........... 2-1-0Opponent scores first .................. 4-9-0............ 7-5-2 .....................Leading after one period ...............9-1-2........... 18-1-2 .......... 2-0-0Behind after one period ...............2-7-0............ 1-4-0 ........... 0-1-0Tied after one period ...................12-3-2............9-3-2 .....................Leading after two periods ...........14-1-2..........23-0-2 .......... 2-0-0Behind after two periods .............1-11-0............ 0-5-1 ........... 0-1-0Tied after two periods ..................6-0-2.............5-3-1 .....................

    Scoring on the PP .........................13-6-4...........16-4-3 .......... 2-0-0Scoreless on the PP ...................... 8-5-0.............8-4-1 ........... 0-1-0Allowing a PPG ............................. 10-7-6........... 11-4-3 ............ 1-1-0Opponent Scoreless on PP .......... 12-4-1............17-4-1 ........... 1-0-0

    10 or More Penalties ......................0-1-0...........0-0-0 .....................Fewer Than 10 Penalties ............ 22-11-4..........28-8-4 ........... 2-1-0More Penalties than Opp. ............13-7-2...........17-3-2 ............ 1-1-0Less Penalties than Opp. ...............6-4-1............6-4-2 .....................Same # of Penalties as Opp. ..........3-1-1............ 5-1-0 ........... 1-0-0

    First Goal of 1st Pd......................... 13-1-4......... 20-3-0 ........... 2-1-0First Goal of 2nd Pd. .....................16-3-2............17-1-2 ............ 1-1-0First Goal of 3rd Pd. ...................... 11-4-0........... 19-2-1 .....................

    One-Goal Games ............................6-2-0............7-3-0 .....................Two-Goal Games ............................4-4-0............6-2-0 .....................Overtime Games ..............................1-1-4..............1-1-4 .....................

    Scored three goals ....................... 20-1-4............3-0-2 .....................Scored four goals ........................ 16-0-2............8-2-0 .....................Scored five or more goals ........... 9-0-0..........15-0-0 .......... 2-0-0Held to two goals or fewer ......... 2-11-0............3-6-2 ........... 0-1-0

    Outshooting Opponent................ 13-4-1............14-3-1 ........... 1-0-0Outshot by Opponent ...................7-8-3............9-4-2 ............ 1-1-0Shots are Even ............................... 2-0-0..............3-1-1 .....................

    Taking 0-19 Shots ...........................0-1-0............ 1-0-0 .....................Taking 20-29 Shots ...................... 10-4-3.............8-3-1 ........... 0-1-0Taking 30-39 Shots .........................9-5-1...........13-5-2 .......... 2-0-0Taking 40-49 Shots ........................3-2-0............ 5-0-1 .....................Taking 50+ Shots ...........................0-0-0...........0-0-0 .....................

    Allowing 0-19 Shots ....................... 1-0-0............. 1-1-0 .....................Allowing 20-29 Shots ................... 14-6-1.......... 16-3-0 ............ 1-1-0Allowing 30-39 Shots ....................6-5-2............9-3-4 ........... 1-0-0Allowing 40-49 Shots ...................... 1-1-1............ 2-1-0 .....................Allowing 50+ Shots .......................0-0-0...........0-0-0 .....................

    Following a win ............................. 13-8-1...........21-3-4 ........... 1-0-0Following a loss ............................. 4-4-3............5-2-0 ........... 1-0-0Following a tie ............................... 4-0-0............2-2-0 .....................

    Monday games ............................. 2-0-0........... 2-0-0 .....................Tuesday games ...............................0-1-0............ 1-0-0 .....................Wednesday games ......................0-0-0............ 1-0-0 .....................Thursday games ............................0-0-0............ 1-2-0 .....................Friday games .................................9-5-3........... 11-2-2 ............ 1-1-0Saturday games .............................7-5-0............9-2-2 ........... 1-0-0Sunday games ..................................4-1-1............3-2-0 .....................

    October ........................................... 4-1-0.............2-2-1 ........... 2-1-0November ...................................... 6-1-0.............6-2-1 .....................December .........................................2-1-1........... 4-0-0 .....................January ............................................2-4-1.............7-0-1 .....................February ...........................................4-2-1............ 6-0-1 .....................March ...............................................4-3-1............3-3-0 .....................April ..................................................0-1-0............ 0-1-0 .....................

    Wearing Gold ..................................6-3-0.............6-4-1 ........... 1-0-0

    BC vs. League Teams .................18-10-3..........20-4-2 ........... 0-1-0Connecticut ....................................... n/a............... n/a .....................Maine .............................................. 1-2-0............. 1-1-0 .....................Massachusetts ............................... 2-1-0............. 1-0-1 .....................UMass-Lowell ................................ 2-1-0............ 2-0-1 ........... 0-1-0Merrimack ...................................... 2-1-0........... 2-0-0 .....................New Hampshire................................ 1-1-1........... 2-0-0 .....................Notre Dame .................................... 1-0-0............2-3-0 .....................Northeastern .................................. 3-1-0........... 3-0-0 .....................Providence ........................................ 1-1-1........... 2-0-0 .....................Vermont ........................................... 4-0-1........... 2-0-0 .....................Boston University ...........................2-2-0........... 3-0-0 .....................

    ThelastTimeBC . . .Won in Overtime .................................................................. at Northeastern (4-3 - Adam Gilmour) 11-2-13Lost in Overtime ..................................................................................................... vs. Notre Dame (1-2) 3-1-14Overtime Tie .......................................................................................................at UMass Lowell (2-2) 2-22-14Scored 11 goals ....................................................................................................................... Army (11-0) 11-10-13Scored 10 goals ............................................................................................................... Ottawa (10-0) 10-11-97Scored 9 goals ..............................................................................................................Wisconsin (9-2) 10-18-13Scored 15 goals .....................................................................................................UMass-Lowell (15-6) 1-30-85Allowed 10 goals ............................................................................................................at Maine (12-5) 1-22-97Had a home shutout .....................................................UMass Lowell (3-0) 2-11-14 (Demko, 33 saves each)Had a road shutout ...............................................at Providence (2-0) 1-31-14 (Thatcher Demko, 30 saves)Had a neutral site shutout ...........................................................................................................................................................................Bowling Green (5-0, at CONSOL Energy Center) 12-27-13 (Brian Billett, 27 saves)Was shutout on road ........................................................................................at Massachusetts (4-0) 1-13-12Was shutout at home ......................................................................................Boston University (5-0) 11-13-11Had 4 PPGs ............................................................................vs. Boston University (5-2 win) 12-1-12 (4-for-8)Had 5 PPGs .......................................................................................................................... PC (5-for-7) 11-21-03Had 3 PPGs in one period ................................................................................. vs. Merrimack (6-1 win) 2-7-14Had 2 SHGs .................................................................................... Steven Whitney (2) - Northeastern 2-6-12Had a 3 x 5 goal ...................................................................................... Nathan Gerbe - Wisconsin 10-27-06Player had 2 PPGs ...............................................................................................Patrick Brown - Maine 1-18-14Player had 2 SHGs .............................................................................Steven Whitney - Northeastern 2-6-12Had a hat trick .................................................................................... Johnny Gaudreau - vs. Denver 3-29-14Allowed a hat trick ........................................................................................Matt Mangene - at Maine 1-21-12Player scored 4 goals ..............................................................................Nathan Gerbe - at Harvard 12-12-07Player scored 5 goals ...........................................................................................Brian Gionta - Maine 1-27-01Player had 3 assists ..........................................................................................Zach Sanford - vs. RIT 10-18-14Player had 4 assists ............................................................. Johnny Gaudreau - at Vermont (2-4--6) 3-9-13Player had 5 assists ....................................................................... Johnny Gaudreau - Maine (0-5--5) 1-18-14Player had 5 points ......................... Kevin Hayes (3-2-5) and Johnny Gaudreau (0-5-5) vs. Maine 1-18-14Player had 6 points ............................................................ Johnny Gaudreau - vs. Denver (3-3--6) 3-29-14Registered 50+ shots on goal .................................................................................Northeastern (50) 2-21-10Allowed 50+ shots on goal ............................................................................Minnesota-Duluth (51) 12-29-01Goalie had 40-49 saves ............................................................................. Parker Milner - vs. Yale (45) 1-4-13Goalie had 50+ saves ...................................................Matti Kaltiainen at Minnesota-Duluth (50) 12-29-01Goalie assist .............................................................................. Thatcher Demko - at UMass Lowell 10-10-14Missed a penalty shot ......................................................................... Benn Ferriero - at Merrimack 1-14-06Made a penalty shot ........................................................................... Chris Kreider at Notre Dame 11-18-11Opp. missed a penalty shot .............................................................. Tommy Olczyk at Penn State 1-25-14Came back from 3-goal deficit to win ............................................................... vs. Merrimack (4-3) 11-16-12Longest win streak in York era ..............................................................................19 games, (1-27-12 - 4-7-12)Longest unbeaten streak in York era ........................... 19 games (TWICE), most recent (12-6-13 - 2-22-14)Went unpenalized ........................................................................................................ New Hampshire 11-5-10Opponent went unpenalized .................................................................. vs. Northeastern (Beanpot) 2-10-14

    BCsRecordWhen . . .Name Scores a goal Has an assist Positive + / - Negative + / -CALNAN 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 - -CANGELOSI - - 1-1-0 1-0-0 - -DOHERTY 1-0-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0FITZGERALD 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0GAUDREAU - - - - - - 0-1-0GILMOUR - - 1-0-0 2-1-0 - -HANIFIN 1-0-0 - - 2-0-0 - -JEKE - - - - - - - -LINELL - - 1-0-0 - - 1-1-0MATHESON 1-0-0 - - 2-0-0 - -McCOSHEN 1-0-0 - - 2-0-0 0-1-0McMULLEN - - - - - - - -SANFORD - - 2-0-0 1-0-0 - -SANTINI 1-0-0 - - 2-0-0 0-1-0SAVAGE - - - - - - 1-1-0SILK - - 1-0-0 2-0-0 - -SIT - - 2-0-0 2-0-0 - -SMITH 1-0-0 - - - - 2-1-0SPIRO 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 - -STRAIGHT - - 1-0-0 - - 2-1-0TUCH 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 - -

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    linechartcombinations

    LW Smith 0-0-0 1/-2 C Sit 0-0-0 0/E RW Straight 0-0-0 0/-2LW Spiro 0-0-0 0/E C Gaudreau 0-0-0 0/-1 RW Linell 0-0-0 0/-1LW Sanford 0-0-0 0/E C Fitzgerald 1-0-1 2/-1 RW Cangelosi 0-1-1 1/ELW Calnan 1-0-1 3/E C Gilmour 0-0-0 1/+1 RW Tuch 0-0-0 2/E

    LD Savage 0-0-0 1/-1 RD Matheson 0-0-0 3/E G Demko 7-9-3 19/4LD Hanifin 0-0-0 4/E RD Santini 0-0-0 1/-1LD McCoshen 0-0-0 1/-1 RD Doherty 0-1-1 1/-1

    UMass Lowell | Loss | 2-5 | Oct. 10, 2014 ForwardbreakdownLW C RW GP Record Pts +/-Sanford Fitzgerald Cangelosi 3 2-1-0 3-7-10 +5Calnan Gilmour Tuch 3 2-1-0 3-5-8 +11 Spiro Sit Silk 2 2-0-0 2-5-7 +10 Smith Straight Linell 2 2-0-0 1-2-3 -5 Spiro Gaudreau Linell 1 0-1-0 0-0-0 -2Smith Sit Straight 1 0-1-0 0-0-0 -4

    DEFENSIVEbreakdownLD RD GP Record Pts +/-McCoshen Doherty 3 2-1-0 2-4-6 +6 Hanifin Santini 3 2-1-0 2-0-2 +4 Savage Matheson 3 2-1-0 1-0-1 E

    TopScoringLine

    Sanford - Fitzgerald - Cangelosi

    LW Spiro 0-1-1 0/+2 C Sit 0-1-1 1/+2 RW Silk 0-2-2 0/+2LW Sanford 0-3-3 4/+2 C Fitzgerald 1-1-2 4/+2 RW Cangelosi 0-1-1 1/+2LW Smith 0-0-0 1/-1 C Straight 0-0-0 1/-1 RW Linell 0-0-0 2/-1 LW Calnan 0-0-0 3/E C Gilmour 0-0-0 0/+1 RW Tuch 1-0-1 1/+1

    LD Savage 0-0-0 3/-1 RD Matheson 1-0-1 4/+1 G Demko 4-10-11 25/2LD Hanifin 0-0-0 0/+1 RD Santini 1-0-1 3/+1LD McCoshen 1-0-1 3/+2 RD Doherty 1-2-3 3/+4

    RIT | WIN | 6-2 | Oct. 18, 2014

    LW Calnan 1-1-2 1/+2 C Gilmour 0-2-2 0/+3 RW Tuch 0-2-2 2/+3LW Smith 1-0-1 1/-1 C Straight 0-1-1 2/-1 RW Linell 0-1-1 0/ELW Sanford 0-1-1 2/E C Fitzgerald 1-0-1 4/E RW Cangelosi 0-0-0 1/ELW Spiro 2-0-2 3/+2 C Sit 0-1-1 3/+1 RW Silk 0-0-0 0/+1

    LD Hanifin 1-0-1 5/+1 RD Santini 0-0-0 2/+2 G Demko 13-12-8 33/2LD Savage 0-0-0 1/E RD Matheson 0-0-0 3/+1LD McCoshen 0-0-0 2/+1 RD Doherty 0-1-1 2/+1

    CC | WIN | 6-2 | Oct. 24, 2014

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    CareerPointslogNAME GP G A PTSMichael Matheson 77 12 35 47 Destry Straight 104 15 22 37 Teddy Doherty 69 4 32 36 Ryan Fitzgerald 43 16 17 33 Danny Linell 115 7 25 32 Quinn Smith 113 12 17 29 Austin Cangelosi 43 10 18 28 Adam Gilmour 43 7 15 22 Scott Savage 38 4 14 18 Michael Sit 119 5 11 16 Chris Calnan 40 6 10 16 Ian McCoshen 38 6 8 14 Brendan Silk 76 5 7 12 Steve Santini 37 3 8 11Travis Jeke 24 3 5 8 Cam Spiro 27 4 3 7 Zach Sanford 3 0 4 4Thatcher Demko 26 0 4 4 Alex Tuch 3 1 2 3 Brian Billett 27 0 1 1Noah Hanifin 3 1 0 1 Peter McMullen 7 0 1 1Matthew Gaudreau 9 1 0 1 Brad Barone 5 0 0 0

    Power-play goals (20): Matheson (6), Fitzgerald (5), Gilmour (4), Straight (2), Linell (1), McCoshen (1), Silk (1).

    Short-handed goals (3): Calnan (1), Gaudreau (1), McCoshen (1).

    CareergoalielogGP Min. W-L-T GA GAA Saves Sv%

    Thatcher Demko 27 625:18 18-6-3 62 2.29 688 .917

    Brian Billett 27 1442:41 15-8-2 62 2.58 652 .913

    Brad Barone 5 68:19 0-0-0 2 1.76 30 .938

    StatsbyClassClass Goals Assists PointsFreshmen 2 6 8Sophomores 8 7 15Juniors 1 6 7Seniors 3 5 8TOTALS 14 24 38

    gamebygamecomparison Score Goals Asst. Shots P-PIM P-PIM G-Ch G-Ch

    Oct 10, 2014 at UMass Lowell 2-5 2/5 3/7 21/24 4-8 / 2-4 0-2 / 1-4

    Oct 18, 2014 vs RIT 6-2 6/2 11/4 34/27 5-10 / 5-10 1-4 / 1-4

    Oct 24, 2014 vs Colorado College 6-2 6/2 10/3 34/35 8-16 / 7-14 1-4 / 0-5

    TOTALS 14-9 14/9 24/14 89/86 17-34 / 14-28 2-10 / 2-13

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    HockeyEastrankings

    SCORING OFFENSE Games Goals G/G1 Boston College 3 14 4.672 Boston University 2 9 4.50 UMass Lowell 4 18 4.504 Vermont 3 11 3.675 Notre Dame 5 18 3.606 Merrimack 4 12 3.007 Massachusetts 4 11 2.758 New Hampshire 3 7 2.33 Providence 3 7 2.3310 Connecticut 4 8 2.0011 Maine 5 8 1.6012 Northeastern 4 4 1.00

    SCORING DEFENSE Games Goals G/G1 Boston University 2 1 0.502 Vermont 3 3 1.003 Merrimack 4 8 2.00 New Hampshire 3 6 2.005 Notre Dame 5 13 2.606 Boston College 3 9 3.00 Connecticut 4 12 3.008 Maine 5 17 3.409 Northeastern 4 15 3.7510 UMass Lowell 4 16 4.00 Providence 3 12 4.0012 Massachusetts 4 18 4.50

    PENALTY MINUTES Games PIMs PIMs/G1 Northeastern 4 61 15.22 New Hampshire 3 43 14.33 Maine 5 68 13.64 Providence 3 36 12.05 Boston College 3 34 11.36 Merrimack 4 42 10.57 Vermont 3 30 10.08 Notre Dame 5 47 9.49 Boston University 2 18 9.0 Massachusetts 4 36 9.011 Connecticut 4 32 8.0 UMass Lowell 4 32 8.0

    POWER PLAY Totals SHA PP %1 Boston College 2 / 10 0 20.0 UMass Lowell 2 / 10 0 20.0 Vermont 2 / 10 0 20.04 Massachusetts 2 / 15 0 13.35 Merrimack 2 / 16 0 12.56 New Hampshire 1 / 9 2 11.17 Connecticut 1 / 10 1 10.08 Maine 1 / 21 0 4.89 Boston University 0 / 5 0 0.0 Northeastern 0 / 18 0 0.0 Notre Dame 0 / 20 0 0.0 Providence 0 / 15 1 0.0

    PENALTY KILL Totals SHF PK %1 Boston University 9 / 9 0 100.0 New Hampshire 12 / 12 1 100.0 Vermont 11 / 11 0 100.04 Massachusetts 15 / 16 1 93.85 Connecticut 12 / 13 0 92.36 Merrimack 16 / 18 0 88.97 Boston College 11 / 13 0 84.68 Maine 20 / 24 1 83.39 Northeastern 15 / 19 0 78.910 Notre Dame 14 / 19 0 73.711 UMass Lowell 7 / 11 1 63.612 Providence 8 / 13 0 61.5

    eaglesvshEA&NCAAPoints per game Figure NCAA Hockey East Teddy Doherty 2.00 T-8th T-7th Goals per game Figure NCAA Hockey East Ryan Fitzgerald 1.00 T-11th T-4th

    Assists per game Figure NCAA Hockey East Doherty | Sanford 1.50 T-6th T-4th

    PPGs per game Figure NCAA Hockey East Ian McCoshen 0.50 T-19th T-1st

    SHGs per game Figure NCAA Hockey East - - - - - - - -

    Game-winning goals Figure NCAA Hockey East Teddy Doherty 1 T-5th T-2nd

    Points per game (DEFENSE) Figure NCAA Hockey East Teddy Doherty 2.00 T-2nd T-2nd

    Points per game (ROOKIES) Figure NCAA Hockey East Zach Sanford 1.50 T-2nd T-3rd

    Goals against average Figure NCAA Hockey East Thatcher Demko 3.03 47th 12th

    Save percentage Figure NCAA Hockey East Thatcher Demko .880 56th 13th

    Winning percentage Figure NCAA Hockey East Thatcher Demko .500 T-28th T-6th

    Shutouts Figure NCAA Hockey East - - - - - - - -

    BostoncollegevshEA&NCAA Figure NCAA Hockey East

    Scoring Offense 4.00 T-5th 3rd

    Scoring Defense 3.50 T-39th 9th

    Scoring Margin +0.50 T-23rd - -

    Penalty Minutes 9.0 T-43rd T-8th

    Power Play 16.7 T-27th 3rd

    Penalty Kill 75.0 T-42nd 10th

    Combined Special Teams 50.0 T-27th T-7th

    Team Winning Percentage .500 T-19th - -

    Unbeaten Streak - - - - - -

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    Goalsscoredchart# Date Opp Type Player Assist (1st) Assist (2nd) Pd1 10/10 UML 5 x 5 Calnan Doherty Demko 12 10/10 UML 5 x 5 Fitzgerald Cangelosi - - 23 10/18 RIT 5 x 5 Matheson Fitzgerald Sanford 14 10/18 RIT 5 x 5 Fitzgerald Cangelosi Sanford 25 10/18 RIT 5 x 5 Doherty Spiro Silk 26 10/18 RIT 5 x 5 Santini Sit Silk 27 10/18 RIT 5 x 5 Tuch Doherty - - 38 10/18 RIT 5 x 4 pp McCoshen Doherty Sanford 39 10/24 CC 5 x 5 Spiro Sit - - 110 10/24 CC 5 x 5 Smith Straight Linell 211 10/24 CC 5 x 4 pp Fitzgerald Sanford Doherty 212 10/24 CC 5 x 5 Hanifin Calnan Tuch 213 10/24 CC 5 x 5 Calnan Gilmour - - 214 10/24 CC 5 x 5 Spiro Tuch Gilmour 3

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    2014-15ResultsDate Opponent Result W/L Record Att. Goalie (S/GA) Boston College scoringOCTOBERFri. 10 at Lowell* 2-5 L 0-1-0 7.326 Demko (19/4) Calnan, FitzgeraldSat. 18 vs. RIT & 6-2 W 1-1-0 10,556 Demko (25/2) Matheson, Fitzgerald, Doherty, Santini, Tuch, McCoshenFri. 24 vs. CC 6-2 W 2-1-0 5,833 Demko (33/2) Spiro, Smith, Fitzgerald, Hanifin, Calnan, Spiro

    Game-winning goal* Hockey East game& Blue Cross Arena (Rochester, N.Y.)

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    goals - assists - pointslog 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 Billett McCoshen Doherty Matheson Santini Hanifin Jeke Silk Linell Calnan Tuch GilmourOct 10 UML DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0Oct 18 RIT DNP 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0Oct 24 CC DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-2-2 0-2-2Oct 25 UMass - - - - - - - - - - - -Oct 31 DU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 1 DU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 5 UConn - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 7 BU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 11 HARV - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 14 MSU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 21 UMass - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 22 MAINE - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 28 MINN - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 29 PC - - - - - - - - - - - -Dec 5 UNH - - - - - - - - - - - -Dec 6 UNH - - - - - - - - - - - -Dec 13 MICH - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 2 BROWN - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 3 DART - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 9 NU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 10 NU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 16 BU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 18 MAINE - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 21 MC - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 24 UConn - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 30 PC - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 2 NU (BP) - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 6 MC - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 9 BU/HU (BP) - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 13 UVM - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 14 UVM - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 20 UML - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 27 ND - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 28 ND - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 6 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 7 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 8 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 13 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 14 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 15 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 20 HEA (Semi) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 21 HEA (Final) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 27 NCAA Reg - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 29 NCAA Reg - - - - - - - - - - - -Apr 9 NCAA Champ - - - - - - - - - - - -Apr 11 NCAA Champ - - - - - - - - - - - - TOTALS 0-0 1-0-1 1-4-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-2-3 0-2-2

    15 17 18 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 29 30 Spiro Straight Sit Fitzgerald McMullen Gaudreau Sanford Cangelosi Smith Savage Barone DemkoOct 10 UML 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 19-4Oct 18 RIT 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-1-2 DNP DNP 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 25-2Oct 24 CC 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 33-2Oct 25 UMass - - - - - - - - - - - -Oct 31 DU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 1 DU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 5 UConn - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 7 BU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 11 HARV - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 14 MSU - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 21 UMass - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 22 MAINE - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 28 MINN - - - - - - - - - - - -Nov 29 PC - - - - - - - - - - - -Dec 5 UNH - - - - - - - - - - - - Dec 6 UNH - - - - - - - - - - - -Dec 13 MICH - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 2 BROWN - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 3 DART - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 9 NU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 10 NU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 16 BU - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 18 MAINE - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 21 MC - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 24 UConn - - - - - - - - - - - -Jan 30 PC - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 2 NU (BP) - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 6 MC - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 9 BU/HU (BP) - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 13 UVM - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 14 UVM - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 20 UML - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 27 ND - - - - - - - - - - - -Feb 28 ND - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 6 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 7 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 8 HEA (1st) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 13 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 14 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 15 HEA (QF) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 20 HEA (Semi) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 21 HEA (Final) - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 27 NCAA Reg - - - - - - - - - - - -Mar 29 NCAA Reg - - - - - - - - - - - -Apr 9 NCAA Champ - - - - - - - - - - - -Apr 11 NCAA Champ - - - - - - - - - - - - TOTALS 2-1-3 0-1-1 0-2-2 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-4-4 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0 77-8

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    gamesummaries

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    BostonCollegestatistics## Name GP G A Pts Shots Pct +/- No-Min Min Maj Oth PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA4 Teddy Doherty 3 1 4 5 6 .167 +4 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 019 Ryan Fitzgerald 3 3 1 4 10 .300 +1 2-4 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 024 Zach Sanford 3 0 4 4 6 .000 +2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 011 Chris Calnan 3 2 1 3 7 .286 +2 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 015 Cam Spiro 3 2 1 3 3 .667 +4 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 012 Alex Tuch 3 1 2 3 5 .200 +4 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 026 Austin Cangelosi 3 0 2 2 3 .000 +2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 014 Adam Gilmour 3 0 2 2 1 .000 +4 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 09 Brendan Silk 2 0 2 2 0 .000 +3 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 018 Michael Sit 3 0 2 2 4 .000 +3 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07 Noah Hanifin 3 1 0 1 9 .111 +2 2-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 05 Michael Matheson 3 1 0 1 10 .100 +2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 03 Ian McCoshen 3 1 0 1 6 .167 +2 3-6 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06 Steve Santini 3 1 0 1 6 .167 +2 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 027 Quinn Smith 3 1 0 1 3 .333 -4 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 030 Thatcher Demko 3 0 1 1 0 .000 0 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 010 Danny Linell 3 0 1 1 2 .000 -2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 017 Destry Straight 3 0 1 1 3 .000 -4 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 021 Matthew Gaudreau 1 0 0 0 0 .000 -1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Scott Savage 3 0 0 0 5 .000 -2 1-2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total............... 3 14 24 38 89 .157 +24 17-34 17 0 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 Opponents........... 3 9 14 23 86 .105 - 14-28 14 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

    BostonCollegeGoaliestats## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho PP SH EN PEN SOG30 Thatcher Demko 3-3 179:00 8 2.68 77 .906 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0TM EMPTY NET 2-0 1:00 1 - 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Total............... 3-0 180:00 9 3.00 77 .895 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 Opponents........... 3-0 180:00 14 4.67 75 .843 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

    StatisticalcomparisonTEAM STATISTICS BC OPPSHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 14-89 9-86 Shot pct. .157 .105 Goals/Game 4.7 3.0 Shots/Game 29.7 28.7 Assists 24 14POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays 2-10 2-13 Conversion Percent .200 .154 Shot Attempts 15 25 Shot Percent .133 .080GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals 14 9 Power Play 2 2 Short-handed 0 0 Empty net 0 1 Penalty 0 0 Unassisted 0 0 Overtime 0 0 Shootout 0 0 Delayed Penalty 0 0

    TEAM STATISTICS BC OPP PENALTIES Number 17 14 Minutes 34 28 Penalties/Game 5.7 4.7 Pen minutes/Game 11.3 9.3 Minor 17 14 Major 0 0 10-minute Misconduct 0 0 Game Misconduct 0 0 Gross Misconduct 0 0 Match 0 0SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att) 0-0 0-0ATTENDANCE Total 5833 7326 Dates/Avg Per Date 1/5833 1/7326 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/10556 GOALS BY PERIOD 1 2 3 OT TotalBoston College 3 8 3 0 14 Opponents 3 1 5 0 9

    SAVES BY PERIOD 1 2 3 OT TotalBoston College 24 31 22 0 77 Opponents 24 29 22 0 75

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    PointStreakingEagles (CAREER)11 | CHRIS CALNANGoals .......................................................2 games (Jan. 11-17, 2014)Assists ............. 2 games - twice (most recent: Nov. 8-10, 2013)Points .... 2 games - three times (most recent: Jan. 11-17, 2014)

    26 | AUSTIN CANGELOSIGoals .............. 2 games - twice (most recent: Nov. 15-20, 2013)Assists ............................ 4 games (most recent: Feb. 7-15, 2014)Points ............................. 5 games (most recent: Feb. 7-21, 2014)

    4 | TEDDY DOHERTYGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........3 games - twice (most recent: Oct. 10 - 24, 2014)Points ...........3 games - twice (most recent: Oct. 10 - 24, 2014)

    19 | RYAN FITZGERALDGoals .............................3 games (most recent: Oct. 10-24, 2014)Assists ............. 3 games - twice (most recent: Jan. 17-21, 2014)Points ....................................................7 games (Nov. 1-20, 2013)

    21 | MATTHEW GAUDREAUGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ...........................................................................................n/a

    14 | ADAM GILMOURGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ...............................................3 games (March 14-16, 2014)Points ................................................3 games (March 14-16, 2014)

    7 | NOAH HANIFINGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ...........................................................................................n/a

    8 | TRAVIS JEKEGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists .................................................2 games (Dec. 27-28, 2013)Points ..................................................2 games (Dec. 27-28, 2013)

    10 | DANNY LINELLGoals ........................................2 games (Feb. 25 - March 2, 2012)Assists .................................................3 games (Nov. 14-20, 2013)Points ..................................................3 games (Nov. 14-20, 2013)

    5 | MICHAEL MATHESONGoals .........................................................2 games (Dec. 1-7, 2012)Assists ............... 3 games - twice (most recent: Jan. 4-11, 2014)Points ......4 games - twice (most recent: Nov. 1-Nov. 10, 2013)

    3 | IAN McCOSHENGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ......................................... 3 games (Nov. 23-Dec. 6, 2013)Points .......................................... 3 games (Nov. 23-Dec. 6, 2013)

    20 | PETER McMULLENGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ...........................................................................................n/a

    24 | ZACH SANFORDGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists .................................................. 2 games (Oct. 17-24, 2014)Points ................................................... 2 games (Oct. 17-24, 2014)

    6 | STEVE SANTINIGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ................................................... 2 games (Oct. 13-18, 2013)

    2 | SCOTT SAVAGEGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ... 2 games - three times (most recent: Feb. 15-21,2014)Points ...................................................3 games (Oct. 13-25, 2013)

    9 | BRENDAN SILKGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ....................................................2 games (Jan. 11-17, 2014)Points .....................................................2 games (Jan. 11-17, 2014)

    18 | MICHAEL SITGoals .....................................................2 games (Oct. 18-25, 2013)Assists .............2 games - twice (most recent: Oct. 17-24, 2014) Points ..... 2 games - four times (most recent: Oct. 17-24, 2014)

    27 | QUINN SMITHGoals .........................................................2 games (Feb. 1-4, 2013)Assists .................................................. 2 games (Oct. 13-18, 2013)Points ......................................................5 games (Feb. 1-17, 2013)

    15 | CAM SPIROGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ...................................................2 games (Oct. 18-24, 2014)

    17 | DESTRY STRAIGHTGoals ...................................... 2 games - twice (March 8-9, 2013)Assists .................................................. 2 games (Feb. 15-17, 2013)Points .........2 games - 5 times (most recent: Dec. 27-28, 2013)

    12 | ALEX TUCHGoals .............................................................................................n/aAssists ..........................................................................................n/aPoints ................................................... 2 games (Oct. 17-24, 2014)

    7-game streak - current high

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    COLLEGEHOCKEYINC.FIVE YOUNGEST TEAMS (as of Oct. 1) ...................Boston University ......................20 years, 99 daysBOSTON COLLEGE ................. 20 years, 239 daysMichigan ................................... 20 years, 252 daysNotre Dame ............................. 20 years, 264 daysCornell .......................................20 years, 303 days

    COLLEGES PRODUCING MOST NHLers (13-14) ...BOSTON COLLEGE ............................................. 26Wisconsin .............................................................. 21Michigan ................................................................ 19Michigan State...................................................... 17Minnesota.............................................................. 16

    COLLEGES W/ MOST NAMES ON THE CUP ......BOSTON COLLEGE / Wisconsin ........................ 16North Dakota ........................................................ 14Michigan ................................................................ 13 Minnesota-Duluth ................................................ 10 Cornell, Michigan State .........................................9

    MOST NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS .............................Michigan ..................................................................9Denver / North Dakota .........................................7Wisconsin ................................................................6BOSTON COLLEGE / BU / Minnesota .................5

    MOST FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES .................BOSTON COLLEGE ............................................. 24Michiga ..................................................................24 Boston University ................................................. 21Minnesota.............................................................. 21North Dakota ....................................................... 20

    MOST NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES .....Michigan ...............................................................35Minnesota .............................................................35BOSTON COLLEGE ............................................. 33Boston University ................................................. 31North Dakota ....................................................... 29Michigan State......................................................27

    YOUNGEST PLAYERS IN COLLEGE HOCKEY .......Zach Werenski (Michigan) ........................ 7/19/97 NoahHanifin(BOSTONCOLLEGE) ......... 1/25/97Cameron Hughes (Wisconsin) ................. 10/9/96

    COLLEGE HOCKEYS FIRST-ROUND PICKS .........Dylan Larkin (Michigan) .........................15th - DETAlexTuch(BOSTONCOLLEGE) .......... 18th - MINNick Schmaltz (North Dakota) ............ 20th - CHIMark Jankowski (Providence) ............. 21st - CGYMike Matheson (BOSTON COLLEGE) ... 23rd - FLAJordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) .........25th - STLBrady Skjei (Minnesota) ...................... 28th - NYR

    SCHOOL W/ MOST DRAFT PICKS ON TEAM.......Minnesota.............................................................. 16North Dakota ........................................................ 14Michigan, Notre Dame ........................................ 10BOSTON COLLEGE, Harvard ............................... 9 BU, Cornell, DU, Miami, UNO, Wisconsin ...........7

    Thanks to Nate Ewell at College Hockey, Inc. for compiling the information in this column. For additional information, visit the College Hockey, Inc. Media Center:

    http://collegehockeyinc.com/media-center

    BCNumbersGameCoaches that are Boston College hockey alums Jerry York, Greg Brown and Marty McInnis. All three have been inducted into Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame.

    With NCAA Division I championships in 2008, 2010 and 2012, Boston College became the first team since 1961 to win three championships in six seasons; Murray Armstrongs Denver team won three titles in four years (1958, 1960, 1961). The all-time best is five titles in six years, accomplished by Michigan (1951, 1952, 1953, 1955 and 1956).

    NCAA Championships in the last 13years. During that time period, only Denver and Minnesota, each with two, have won multiple national titles.

    Boston College has competed in five of the last nine national championship games 2006 (Wisconsin, 1-2), 2007 (Michigan State, 1-3), 2008 (Notre Dame, 4-1), 2010 (Wisconsin, 5-0) and 2012 (Ferris State, 4-1).

    Frozen Four appearances in the last 17 years; the highest total among all teams in college hockey. Only Boston College (11), North Dakota (eight), Michigan (six), Minnesota (five) and Michigan State (three) have advanced to more than two Frozen Fours during that time period.

    Freshman forward Alex Tuch was selected by the Minnesota Wild (18th overall) in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, becoming the 15th Eagle in the last 27 years to have been selected in the first round of the NHL Draft. He joins Brian Leetch (ninth, 1986), Craig Janney (13th, 1986), Bill Guerin (fifth, 1989), Marty Reasoner (14th, 1996), Brooks Orpik (18th, 2000), Krys Kolanos (19th, 2000), Chuck Kobasew (14th, 2001), Brian Boyle (26th, 2003), Patrick Eaves(29th, 2003), Cory Schneider (26th, 2004), Nick Petrecki (28th, 2007), Chris Kreider (19th, 2009), Kevin Hayes (24th, 2010) and Michael Matheson(23rd, 2012) as Boston College first-round draftees.

    Defensemen Ian McCoshen and Steve Santini alongside goaltender Thatcher Demko were members of the 2014 U.S. National Junior Team that competed at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships in Malmo, Sweden. Last years trio of freshmen were the 22nd, 23rd and 24th Eagle participants in World Junior play under head coach Jerry York, joining Jeff Farkas (1996, 1997, 1998), Marty Reasoner (1996, 1997), Blake Bellefuille (1997), Brian Gionta (1998, 1999), Mike Mottau (1998), Bobby Allen (1998), Brooks Orpik (2000), J.D. Forrest (2001), Ben Eaves (2002), Chuck Kobasew (Canada; 2002), Patrick Eaves (2003, 2004), Ryan Shannon (2003), Dan Bertram (Canada; 2006, 2007), Cory Schneider (2005, 2006), Nathan Gerbe (2006, 2007), Jimmy Hayes (2009), Chris Kreider (2010, 2011), Brian Dumoulin (2011), Patrick Wey (2011), Bill Arnold (2012) and Johnny Gaudreau (2013).

    Former Eagles saw NHL action in 2013-14; the most of any program in college hockey. Wisconsin had the second most alums with 21 last season.

    NCAA Tournament victories in the last 17 years. That win total is 18 victories more than Michigan, which has totaled 20 NCAA wins since 1998, the second-highest tournament win total in college hockey.

    Since Jerry York led his first Boston College team to the 1997 Frozen Four, the Eagles have amassed the most victories in college hockey. Boston College has amassed 456 victories and is only one of three programs to have recorded more than 400 victories during that span. Michigan (455) and North Dakota (448) trail by a slim margin.

    Upon completion of the 2013-14 season, Boston College reclaimed the best overall winning percentage in Hockey East history. Over the course of 30 seasons in league play, the Eagles winning percentage of .628 (443-247-73) reigns supreme in one of college hockeys top conferences.

    Jerry Yorks overall record is 965-578-102 in 42 seasons as a head coach at Clarkson, Bowling Green and Boston College; he owns the most victories of any Division I coach in the history of college hockey. York is 34-11 in NCAA Tournament games as the head coach at Boston College; his 39 wins overall in the NCAA Tournament is also the highest total in Division I history.

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    No. Name Position Team Round Year

    11 Chris Calnan Forward Chicago 3rd 2012

    30 Thatcher Demko Goaltender Vancouver 2nd 2014

    19 Ryan Fitzgerald Forward Boston 4th 2013

    14 Adam Gilmour Forward Minnesota 4th 2012

    5 Michael Matheson Defenseman Florida 1st 2012

    3 Ian McCoshen Forward Florida 2nd 2013

    24 Zach Sanford Forward Washington 2nd` 2013

    6 Steve Santini Defenseman New Jersey 2nd 2013

    12 Alex Tuch Forward Minnesota 1st 2014

    NHLEagles (2014-15 sesaon)

    cam atkinsonCOLUMBUS

    brian boyleTAMPA BAY

    patrick brownCAROLINA

    scott clemmensenNEW JERSEY

    patrick eavesDALLAS

    benn ferrieroST. LOUIS

    johnny gaudreauCALGARY

    nathan gerbeCAROLINA

    brian gibbonsCOLUMBUS

    brian giontaBUFFALO

    stephen giontaNEW JERSEY

    jimmy hayesFLORIDA

    kevin hayesNEW YORK

    chris kreiderNEW YORK

    brooks orpikWASHINGTON

    corey schneiderNEW JERSEY

    rob scuderiPITTSBURGH

    ben smithCHICAGO

    currenteaglesdrafted

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    The Schiller Family Head Hockey Coach JERRY YORK

    Enters his 43rd season as a head coach; spent seven years (1972-79) at Clarkson and 15 years (1979-94) at Bowling Green

    Is college hockeys winningest coach of all-time with 965 career victories

    Earned his 925th career victory with a 5-2 win over Alabama-Hunstville on Dec. 29, 2012, in Minneapolis, Minn., surpassing Ron Mason to become the winningest coach in the history of college hockey

    Is one of only three coaches in NCAA history to lead two different schools to national titles; led Bowling Green to the 1984 NCAA title, and Boston College to the 2001, 2008, 2010 and 2012 NCAA titles

    Had his Boston College jersey retired on April 12, 2010, during the programs national championship celebration on ONeill plaza

    Was awarded the Lester Patrick Trophy, presented for outstanding service to hockey in the United States, in October 2010

    Earned the 1976-77 Spencer Penrose Trophy as the nations Division I Coach of the Year

    Has been tabbed Hockey East Coach of the Year three times 2003-04, 2010-11 and 2013-14; also earned New England Coach of the Year honors twice in 2003-04 and 2013-14

    Earned CCHA Coach of the Year honors in 1981-82

    Has led 22 teams to 25 or more wins; has guided five teams to 30 or more victories

    Assumed the head coaching duties at Boston College, his alma mater, on June 15, 1994

    Has led Boston College to 11 NCAA Tournament Frozen Four berths -- 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014

    Is the all-time leader in NCAA Tournament wins with 39 victories

    Has led the Eagles to nine Hockey East Tournament titles -- 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012

    Guided the Eagles to six Hockey East regular season championships 2000-01, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2013-14

    Won his 950th collegiate game with a 6-4 triumph over cross-town rival Boston University with a 6-4 win at Kelley Rink on Jan. 17, 2014; earned his 900th collegiate victory with a 4-2 home win over Merrimack at Kelley Rink on Feb. 17, 2012; earned his 850th collegiate victory with a 5-0 win against Wisconsin in the national championship game on April 10, 2010 in Detroit, Mich.; earned his 800th collegiate victory with a 5-2 win against Minnesota on March 29, 2008 in Worcester, Mass.

    Served as head coach of a US Select Team that competed in the Kitimat (British Columbia) Cup in the spring of 1995

    Assumed the head post at Bowling Green on April 10, 1979

    Led Bowling Green to six NCAA Tournament berths

    Led Bowling Green to four CCHA regular-season titles, including three consecutive crowns from 1981-84, and one CCHA tournament title

    Was inducted into the Bowling Green State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003

    Became the youngest head coach in the nation when he accepted the top job at Clarkson at age 26

    Guided Clarkson to 125 wins, six ECAC playoffs and one ECAC title in seven years

    Coached under Boston Colleges two legendary coaches; began his career as John Snooks Kelleys graduate assistant (1968-69), and served two years (1970-72) as Len Ceglarskis assistant coach at Clarkson

    Phil82andKimSchillerhavelonglovedBostonCollegeHockey.In2012,theychosetoendowtheheadmensicehockeycoachposition,currentlyheld by Jerry York. The $5M commitment permanently attached the Schiller Family to a position and a leader they feel is so important to BC. Admiringthestandardsofftheiceasmuchason,PhilcitedhisrespectandenjoymentinwatchingJerryYorkruntheprogram.InrecognitionofJerrysaccomplishmentsandtoensurethatthefutureofBCremainsstrongforyearstocome,theSchillersdecidedtopermanentlyetchtheir legacy with BC Hockey.

    43rd year coaching /// 21st at Boston College

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    York FileAT CLARKSON Record Conference Title1972-73 18-15-01973-74 12-14-11974-75 13-15-11975-76 18-12-11976-77 26- 8- 0 ECAC Champions1977-78 19-11-0 1978-79 19-12-0 Clarkson Totals: 125-87-3 (.588 in seven years)

    AT BOWLING GREEN Record Conference Title1979-80 16-20-21980-81 13-24-21981-82 27-13-2 CCHA Champions, NCAA Tournament qualifier1982-83 28- 8- 4 CCHA Champions1983-84 34- 8- 2 CCHA Champions NCAA Champions1984-85 21-21-01985-86 28-14-01986-87 33-10-2 CCHA Champions, NCAA Tournament qualifier1987-88 30-13-2 CCHA Tournament Champs, NCAA Tournament qualifier1988-89 26-18-3 NCAA Tournament qualifier1989-90 25-17-2 NCAA Tournament qualifier1990-91 15-23-21991-92 8-21- 51992-93 19-21-11993-94 19-17-2

    Bowling Green Totals: 342-248-31 (.576 in 15 years)

    AT BOSTON COLLEGE Record Conference Title1994-95 11-22-21995-96 16-17-31996-97 15-19-41997-98 28-9-5 Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament finalists1998-99 27-12-4 Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament semifinalists1999-2000 29-12-1 NCAA Tournament finalists2000-01 33-8-2 Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions2001-02 18-18-22002-03 24-11-4 Hockey East Champions2003-04 29-9-4 Hockey East Champions NCAA Tournament semifinalists2004-05 26-7-7 Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions2005-06 26-13-3 NCAA Tournament finalists2006-07 29-12-1 Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament finalists2007-08 25-11-8 Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions2008-09 18-14-52009-10 29-10-3 Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions2010-11 30-8-1 Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions2011-12 33-10-1 Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions2012-13 22-12-4 NCAA Tournament qualifier2013-14 28-8-4 Hockey East Champions NCAA Tournament Seminfinalist2014-15 2-1-0 Boston College Totals: 498-243-68 (.659 in 21 years)

    CAREER TOTALS: 965-578-102 (.619 in 43 years)

    Earned All-America first team and All-New England honors in 1966-67

    Was the 1966-67 recipient of the Walter Brown Award (as the top American-born player in New England)

    Served as team captain and earned team MVP honors as a senior

    Was a three-year letterman at Boston College

    Led the Eagles to a 60-26 record, the 1965 Beanpot title and a second-place finish in the 1965 NCAA Tournament

    Earned All-East honors as a junior

    Scored 134 points (64 goals, 70 assists) in his 81-game collegiate career

    Ranks among the schools all-time leaders in: career points, career goals, career assists, single-season points and single-season assists

    Was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1982

    As A Player

    Graduated from Boston College High School in 1963

    Earned a bachelors degree in business administration from Boston College in 1967

    Also earned a masters of education degree and a CAES in counseling psychology from Boston College

    Eductaion

    Born July 25, 1945 in Watertown, Mass.

    His wife, Bobbie, is a West Roxbury (Mass.) native and 1969 Boston College graduate

    They have two children Laura and Brendan (MBA 05), and two grandchildren Colin and Elizabeth

    Personal

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    York File

    1. Jerry York (BC)* 9652. Ron Mason 9243. Jack Parker 8974. Red Berensen* 7905. Rick Comley 7836. Bob Peters 7447. Len Ceglarski (BC) 6738. Jeff Sauer 6559. Don Lucia * 65410. Mike McShane* 65311. John MacInnes 55512. Jack Riley 542 Dick Umile * 54214. Don Roberts 53215. Don Brose 53116. Ed Saugestad 50317. John Snooks Kelley (BC) 501*Active Coaches

    WinningestCoachesall-time

    1. Jerry York (BC)* 392. Jack Parker 303. Red Berenson 264. Ron Mason 225. Doug Woog 21

    NCAATourneyWinsall-time

    Earned his 925th career victory with a 5-2 win over Alabama-Hunstville on Dec. 29, 2012 in Minneapolis, Minn., surpassing Ron Mason to become the winningest coach in the history of college hockey

    Earned 900th career victory on Feb. 17, 2012 against Merrimack

    Was awarded the Lester Patrick Trophy, presented for outstanding service to hockey in the United States, in October 2010

    Is the NCAA record holder for tournament victories (39)

    Earned Hockey East Coach of the Year honors three times (03-04, 10-11, 13-14)

    Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame (1982 inductee)

    Earned 800th victory on March 29, 2008; earned 850th victory on April 10, 2010 against Wisconsin in the national championship game

    BC jersey was retired on April 12, 2010

    Awards&Honors

    UnderYorkYORKS FORMER PLAYERS Rob Blake Player, San Jose 1998 Norris Trophy recipientDan Bylsma Head Coach, Pittsburgh 2009 Stanley Cup champ 2014 U.S. Olympic Coach - -Brooks Orpik Player, Pittsburgh 2009 Stanley Cup champRob Scuderi Player, LA Kings 2009 Stanley Cup champ 2012 Stanley Cup champ

    HOBEY BAKER AWARD WINNERS George McPhee Bowling Green 1982 recipientBrian Holzinger Bowling Green 1995 recipientMike Mottau Boston College 2000 recipientJohnny Gaudreau Boston College 2014 recipient

    USA HOCKEY COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nathan Gerbe Boston College 2008 recipientMike Mottau Boston College 2000 recipientJohnny Gaudreau Boston College 2014 recipient

    NHL FIRST-ROUND SELECTIONS Marty Reasoner St. Louis 1996Brooks Orpik Pittsburgh 2000Krys Kolanos Phoenix 2000Chuck Kobasew Calgary 2001Brian Boyle Los Angeles 2003Patrick Eaves Ottawa 2003Cory Schneider Vancouver 2004Nick Petrecki San Jose 2007Chris Kreider NY Rangers 2009Kevin Hayes Chicago 2010Michael Matheson Florida 2012Alex Tuch Minnesota 2014

    YorkFacts

    Has led five teams to 30 or more wins, including the 2000-01 and 2011-12 Eagle entries which each recorded a school-record 33 wins

    Is one of only three coaches in NCAA history to lead two different schools to national titles; led Bowling Green to the 1984 NCAA title, and Boston College to the 2001, 2008, 2010 and 2012 NCAA titles

    Has led Boston College to 11 NCAA Tournament Frozen Four berths -- 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 & 2014

    Is a member of the Bowling Green State University Athletic Hall of Fame (2003 inductee)

    YorksMilestonevictories#1 November10, 1972, Clarkson 13, Univ. of Quebec 0, at Postdam, N.Y.

    #50 January 2, 1976, Clarkson 4, Cornell 2, at ECAC Holiday Tournament, NYC

    #100 January 24, 1978, Clarkson 10, St. Lawrence 3, at Postdam, N.Y.

    #150 January 29, 1981, BGSU 6, Lake Superior 2, at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

    #200 January 22, 1983, BGSU 7, Northern Mich. 5 (OT), at Marquette, Mich.

    #250 December 1, 1984, Bowling Green 5, Miami 3, at Oxford, Ohio

    #300 November 7, 1986, Bowling Green 5, Ohio State 2, Bowling Green, Ohio

    #350 March 4, 1988, BGSU 5, Ferris State 4 (4 OTs), at Bowling Green, Ohio

    #400 February 3, 1990, Bowling Green 4, Miami 3, at Bowling Green, Ohio

    #450 October 22, 1993, BGSU 6, Ohio State 0, at Bowling Green, Ohio

    #500 November 30, 1996, Boston College 6, St. Lawrence, at Canton, N.Y.

    #550 January 28, 1999, Boston College 7 Massachusetts 1, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

    #600 November 4, 2000, Boston College 6, UMass-Lowell 1, at Lowell, Mass.

    #650 November 7, 2002, Boston College 7, Merrimack 0, at North Andover, Mass.

    #700 October 29, 2004, Boston College 5, North Dakota 3, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

    #750 October 10, 2006, Boston College 5, Northeastern 2, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

    #800 March 29, 2008, BC 5, Minnesota 2, at NCAA Tourney, Worcester, Mass.

    #850 April 10, 2010, BC 5, Wisconsin 0, At NCAA Tournament, Detroit, Mich.

    #900 February 17, 2012, Boston College 4, Merrimack 2, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

    #925 December 29, 2012, BC 5, Alabama- Hunstville 2, Minneapolis, Minn. (NCAA ALL-TIME WINS RECORD)

    #950 January 17, 2011, Boston College 6, Boston Univ. 4, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP GS Min GA GaAvg Saves SvPct W L T Sho PPG SHG

    2012 1 0 14:20 0 0.00 3 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0

    2013 4 0 53:59 2 2.22 27 .931 0 0 0 0 0 0

    2014 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 5 0 68:19 2 1.76 30 .938 0 0 0 0 0 0

    CareerbestsSaves ......................................................................................... 15 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)

    2014-15:

    5-10 | 177 | LEFT | GOALIE | SENIORMEDFIELD, MASS. | SOUTH SHORE (EJHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP GS Min GA GaAvg Saves SvPct W L T Sho PPG SHG

    2011 9 9 455:54 20 2.63 196 .907 3 4 1 0 6 2

    2012 2 1 75:40 5 3.96 29 .853 0 1 0 0 0 1

    2013 17 16 916:05 37 2.42 427 .920 12 3 1 1 8 0

    2014 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 28 26 1447:39 62 2.57 652 .913 15 8 2 1 14 3

    CareerbestsSaves ................................................................ 40 (at Boston University, Dec. 3, 2011)Points ...................................................................1 (at Boston University, Dec. 3, 2011)Assists ..................................................................1 (at Boston University, Dec. 3, 2011)

    2014-15:

    6-0 | 184 | LEFT | GOALIE | SENIORBRUNSWICK, MAINE | NEW HAMPSHIRE (EJHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 37 4 9 13 27 .148 6 23 +12 0 1 0

    2014 3 2 1 3 7 .286 1 2 +2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 40 6 10 16 34 .176 7 25 +14 0 1 0

    CareerbestsPoints ....................2 (four times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)Goals ........................... 1 (six times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 201)Assists ......................... 1 (10 times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 201) Shots ..............................3 (five times, most recent at UMass Lowell, Oct. 10, 2014)Plus/minus .........2 (three times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)

    2014-15: Scored Boston Colleges first goal of the season at UMass Lowell (10/10)scored his second goal of the season as well as assisted on Ryan Fitzgeralds game-winning power play goal against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-2 | 209 | RIGHT | FORWARD | SOPHOMORENORWELL, MASS. | SOUTH SHORE (EJHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 40 10 16 26 43 .233 3 6 +15 0 0 1

    2014 3 0 2 2 3 .000 0 0 +2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 43 10 18 28 46 .217 3 6 +17 0 0 1

    CareerbestsPoints .............................. 3 (four times, most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013) Goals .................................................................................... 2 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)Assists .........................................................................3 (vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013) Shots .............................................. 3 (twice, most recent at Harvard, Nov. 20, 2013)Plus/minus .................................................................................4 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)

    2014-15: Assisted on Ryan Fitzgeralds first goal of the season at UMass Lowell (10/10)second-straight outing with an assist on Ryan Fitzgeralds goal at RIT (10/18)

    5-7 | 173 | RIGHT | FORWARD | SOPHOMOREESTERO, FLA. | YOUNGSTOWN (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP GS Min GA GaAvg Saves SvPct W L T Sho PPG SHG

    2013 24 24 1446:18 54 2.24 611 .919 16 5 3 2 9 1

    2014 3 3 179:00 8 2.68 77 .906 2 1 0 0 2 0

    TOTAL 27 27 1625:18 62 2.29 688 .917 18 6 3 2 11 1

    CareerbestsMost saves ................................................................. 36 (at Minnesota, Oct. 25, 2013)Fewest goals allowed ........0 (twice, most recent vs. UMass Lowell, Feb. 21, 2014)Most goals allowed .............................................. 7 (vs. Notre Dame, March 14, 2014) Assists ........................... 1 (four times, most recent at UMass Lowell, Oct. 10, 2014)

    2014-15: Stopped 19 shots on 23 attempts in the season opener at UMass Lowell and recorded his fourth-career asssist on Chris Calnans goal at UMass Lowell (10/10)steered away 25 shots in his first victory of the season at RIT (10/18)stopped a season-best 33 shots in 6-2 win against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-4 | 195 | LEFT | GOALIE | SOPHOMORESAN DIEGO, CALIF. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2012 38 1 17 18 26 .038 8 16 +7 1 0 0

    2013 28 2 11 13 46 .043 6 12 +13 0 0 0

    2014 3 1 4 5 6 .167 1 2 +4 0 0 1

    TOTAL 69 4 32 36 78 .051 15 30 +24 1 0 1

    CareerbestsPoints ......................................................3 (twice, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Goals ................................................ 1 (four times, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Assists ..........................................................................3 (UMass Lowell, Oct. 28, 2012) Shots .................................................................................6 (at Harvard, Nov. 20, 2013) Power-play goals ................................................... 1 (Boston University, Dec. 1, 2012) Plus/minus .................................................5 (vs. Alabama-Huntsville, Dec. 29, 2012)

    2014-15: Assisted on Chris Calnans goal at UMass Lowell (10/10), standing as the Eagles first tally of the seasontallied his first-career game-winning goal en route to his second-career three-point performance in addition to a +4-rating against RIT (10/18)picked up first-career conference honor, earning Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors (10/20)tied a career-high three-game point streak with an assist on Ryan Fitzgeralds game-winning power play goal against Colorado College

    5-9 | 178 | LEFT | DEFENSE | JUNIORHOPKINTON, MASS. | DUBUQUE (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 40 13 16 29 87 .149 11 22 +8 4 0 1

    2014 3 3 1 4 10 .300 2 4 +1 1 0 1

    TOTAL 43 16 17 33 97 .165 13 26 +9 5 0 2

    CareerbestsPoints .......................................3 (twice, most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)Goals .......................... 1 (16 times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)Assists ....................................2 (four times, most recent at Vermont, Feb. 14, 2014)Shots ....................................................7 (most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)Plus/mins ..................... 3 (three times, most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)

    2014-15: Scored his first goal of the season at UMass Lowell (10/10)became the first Eagle to score in consecutive games with a goal and an assist against RIT (10/18)posted a career-best three-game goal scoring streak, including the game-winning power play goal against Colorado College (10/24)

    5-10 | 177 | LEFT | FORWARD | SOPHOMORENORTH READING, MASS. | VALLEY (EJHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 9 1 0 1 12 .083 2 4 0 0 0 0

    2014 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 -1 0 0 0

    TOTAL 10 1 0 1 0 .000 2 4 -1 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ...........................................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Goals .............................................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Shots .....................................3 (twice, most recent at UMass Lowell, Feb. 22, 2014)Plus/mins .............................1 (twice, most recent vs. UMass Lowell, Feb. 21, 2014)

    2014-15:

    5-9 | 145 | LEFT | FORWARD | SOPHOMORECARNEYS POINT, N.J. | OMAHA (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 40 7 13 20 78 .090 5 10 +6 4 0 3

    2014 3 0 2 2 1 .000 1 2 +4 0 0 0

    TOTAL 43 7 15 22 79 .089 6 12 +10 4 0 3

    CareerbestsGoals ................................................................. 2 (vs. Boston University, Jan. 17, 2014)Points ..................3 (three times, most recent vs. Boston University, Jan. 17, 2014)Assists ................................................................................. 3 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)Shots ................................................................................... 5 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)Plus/minus ......................................................................... 3 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)

    2014-15: Handed out a pair of assists for his first points of the season against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-3 | 193 | RIGHT | FORWARD | SOPHOMOREHANOVER, MASS. | MUSKEGON (USHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2014 3 1 0 1 9 .111 2 4 +2 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ...............................................................1 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Goals .................................................................1 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)Assists ..........................................................................................................................n/a Shots ............................................................5 (1 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)Plus/minus ................... 1 (twice, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)

    2014-15: Scored his first-collegiate goal as an Eagle and posted a season-best five shots against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-3 | 205 | LEFT | FORWARD | FRESHMANNORWOOD, MASS. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2012 22 2 3 5 22 .091 6 12 +8 0 0 0

    2013 2 1 2 3 4 .250 2 4 +4 0 0 0

    2014 - - - - - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 24 3 5 8 26 .115 8 16 +12 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ........................................................ 2 (vs. Bowling Green, December 27, 2013)Goals ............ 1 (three times, most recent: vs. Bowling Green, December 27, 2013) Assists ...................1 (five times, most recent: vs. Penn State, December 28, 2013)Shots ..................... 3 (twice, most recent: vs. Bowling Green, December 27, 2013) Penalties ........................................................................................................... 1 (8 times)Penalty minutes ............................................................................................. 2 (8 times)Plus/minus ...............................................................6 (at Northeastern, Jan. 19, 2013)

    2014-15:

    6-2 | 193 | LEFT | DEFENSE | JUNIORPITTSBURGH, PA. | NORTHWOOD SCHOOL

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2011 40 3 3 6 43 .070 1 2 0 0 0 1

    2012 38 3 9 12 47 .064 4 8 -2 0 0 1

    2013 34 1 12 13 51 .020 5 10 -2 1 0 0

    2014 3 0 1 1 2 .000 0 0 -2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 115 7 25 32 143 .049 10 20 -6 1 0 2

    CareerbestsPoints ........................................................................ 3 (at Northeastern, Jan. 19, 2013)Goals ....................................... 1 (7 times, most recent vs Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)Assists ................................... 2 (4 times, most recent vs. Holy Cross, Nov. 29, 2013) Shots ........................................ 5 (twice, most recent vs. Holy Cross, Nov. 29, 2013)Plus/minus ................... 3 (three times, most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)

    2014-15: Assisted on Quinn Smiths first goal of the season against Colorado College (10/24)

    5-7 | 181 | RIGHT | FORWARD | SENIORGREAT NECK, N.Y. | CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2012 36 8 17 25 82 .098 28 78 +15 6 0 1

    2013 38 3 19 22 90 .033 23 49 +19 0 0 0

    2014 3 1 0 1 10 .100 0 0 +2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 77 12 36 48 182 .066 51 127 +36 6 0 1

    CareerbestsPoints .............................3 (three times, most recent vs. Providence, Jan. 10, 2014) Goals ...............................................................................2 (at Providence, Dec. 7, 2012) Assists .......................................3 (twice, most recent vs. Providence, Jan. 10, 2014) Shots ................................................... 6 (twice, most recent vs Army, Nov. 10, 2013) Power-play goals ............................................................................................ 1 (6 times)Plus/minus ......................................................................... 7 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)

    2014-15: Scored his first goal of the season against RIT (10/18)

    6-2 | 194 | LEFT | DEFENSE | JUNIOR | CAPTAIN

    POINTE-CLAIRE, QUEBEC | DUBUQUE (USHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 35 5 8 13 72 .069 24 48 +22 0 1 1

    2014 3 1 0 1 6 .167 3 6 +2 1 0 0

    TOTAL 38 6 8 14 78 .077 27 54 +24 1 1 1

    CareerbestsPoints ................................................. 2 (twice, most recent vs. Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Goals ...................................................1 (six times, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)Assists ...................................1 (eight times, most recent at Vermont, Feb. 14, 2014) Shots ................................ 4 (three times, most recent vs. Denver, March 30, 2014)Power-play goals ......................................................................1 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)Short-handed goals ...................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Plus / minus .......................................................................6 (Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013)

    2014-15: Registered Boston Colleges first power play goal of the season against RIT (Oct. 18)

    6-2 | 194 | LEFT | DEFENSE | SOPHOMOREFARIBAULT, MINN. | WATERLOO (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2012 6 0 0 0 0 .000 1 2 -1 0 0 0

    2013 1 0 1 1 4 .000 0 0 +1 0 0 0

    2014 - - - - - - - - - - - -

    TOTAL 7 0 1 1 0 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ...........................................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Assists ..........................................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013) Shots ...........................................................................................4 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Plus / minus ................................................................................1 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)

    2014-15:

    6-1 | 205 | LEFT | FORWARD | JUNIORESSEX FELLS, N.J. | DELBARTON PREP

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2014 3 0 4 4 6 .000 0 0 +2 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ........................................................................................3 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Goals .............................................................................................................................n/a Assists .......................................................................................3 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Shots .........................................................................................4 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Power-play goals .......................................................................................................n/a Short-handed goals ...................................................................................................n/a Plus/minus ...............................................................................2 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)

    2014-15: Scored his first-career points at Boston College in playmaker fashion, doling out three assists against RIT (10/18)notched points in consecutive outings, helping out on Ryan Fitzgeralds game-winning goal against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-4 | 191 | LEFT | FORWARD | FRESHMANAUBURN, N.H. | WATERLOO (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 35 3 8 11 36 .083 15 52 +25 0 0 0

    2014 3 1 0 1 6 .167 1 2 +2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 38 4 8 12 42 .095 16 54 +27 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints .................................................................. 2 (vs. New Hampshire, Dec. 6, 2013)Goals ................................................ 1 (four times, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)Assists ........................ 1 (eight times, most recent vs. UMass Lowell, Feb. 21, 2014) Shots ........................................................................4 (at UMass Lowell, Feb. 22, 2014)Plus/mins .........................4 (twice, most recent vs. New Hampshire, Dec. 6, 2013)

    2014-15: Notced his first goal of the season against RIT (10/18)

    6-2 | 207 | RIGHT | DEFENSE | SOPHOMOREMAHOPAC, N.Y. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2013 35 4 14 18 57 .070 6 12 +13 0 0 0

    2014 3 0 0 0 5 .000 1 2 -2 0 0 0

    TOTAL 38 4 14 18 62 .065 7 14 +11 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints .....................................2 (four times, most recent at Vermont, Feb. 15, 2014)Goals ....................................... 1 (four times, most recent at Vermont, Feb. 15, 2014)Assists ..................................... 2 (three times, most recent vs. Maine, Jan. 18, 2014) Shots ...........................................................................................6 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)Plus/mins ...................................................................................3 (Army, Nov. 10, 2013)

    2014-15:

    6-1 | 186 | LEFT | DEFENSE | SOPHOMORESAN CLEMENTE, CALIF. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2012 36 2 2 4 21 .095 10 20 -3 0 0 0

    2013 38 3 3 6 32 .094 3 6 -1 1 0 1

    2014 2 0 2 2 0 .000 1 2 +3 0 0 0

    TOTAL 76 5 7 12 0 .000 14 28 -1 1 0 1

    CareerbestsPoints .........................................................................................2 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)Goals .....................................1 (five times, most recent vs. Merrimack, Feb. 7, 2014) Assists ........................................................................................2 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Shots ..............................3 (three times, most recent vs. Notre Dame, Jan. 4, 2014) Plus/minus .............................................2 (twice, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)

    2014-15: Recorded his first-career multi-point game with a pair of assists in his 75th-career game against RIT (10/18)

    5-11 | 175 | RIGHT | FORWARD | JUNIORWAKEFIELD, MASS. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2011 39 0 3 3 19 .000 5 10 -3 0 0 0

    2012 38 0 4 4 31 .000 5 21 -6 0 0 0

    2013 39 5 2 7 43 .116 6 23 -11 0 0 0

    2014 3 0 2 2 4 .000 1 2 +3 0 0 0

    TOTAL 120 5 11 16 98 .051 18 58 -17 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ............................................................................. 2 (at Minnesota, Oct 25, 2013)Goals ............................................................................... 2 (at Minnesota, Oct 25, 2013)Assists ........................ 1 (11 times, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)Shots .................................................................... 5 (vs. Bowling Green, Dec. 27, 2013) Plus/minus .................................... 2 (four times, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)

    2014-15: Helped out on Steve Santini first tally of the year against RIT (10/18) Assisted on Cam Spiros first goal of the season against Colorado College for his first point streak since 2013 (10/24)

    5-11 | 175 | LEFT | FORWARD | SENIOR | ALTERNATE

    EDINA, MINN. | EDINA

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2011 32 1 3 4 21 .048 4 8 +1 0 0 0

    2012 38 8 5 13 50 .160 7 14 -1 0 0 3

    2013 40 2 9 11 37 .054 11 25 -3 0 0 1

    2014 3 1 0 1 3 .333 1 2 -4 0 0 0

    TOTAL 113 12 17 29 111 .108 23 49 -7 0 0 4

    CareerbestsPoints ................................... 2 (6 times, most recent at Northeastern, Nov 2, 2013)Goals .....................................................................................2 (vs. Harvard, Feb 4, 2013) Assists ................. 2 (three times, most recent at most recent at Northeastern, Nov 2, 2013) Shots ..............................................................................5 (at Merrimack, Feb 24, 2013) Plus/minus ..........................................................3 (at Boston University, Dec 3, 2011)

    2014-15: Scored his first goal of the season against Colorado College (10/24)

    5-8 | 165 | LEFT | FORWARD | SENIOR | ALTERNATE

    FAIRFIELD, CONN. | AVON OLD FARMS

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2011 1 0 0 0 2 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0

    2012 23 2 2 4 14 .143 2 4 0 0 0 1

    2013 1 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0 -1 0 0 0

    2014 3 2 1 3 3 .667 0 0 +4 0 0 0

    TOTAL 28 4 3 7 22 .182 3 6 +3 0 0 1

    CareerbestsPoints ............................ 2 (twice, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Goals ................................................................. 2 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Assists ........................................... 1 (three times, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014) Shots ......................................... 3 (three times, vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Plus/minus ..........................................................2 (four times times, Put since shes)

    2014-15: Notched his first point since sophomore season with the primary assist on Teddy Dohertys game-winning goal against RIT (10/18)posted his first two-goal game in his 28th game as an Eagle, netting a pair against Colorado College (10/24)

    5-10 | 199 | LEFT | FORWARD | SENIORHINGHAM, MASS. | TABOR ACADEMY

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    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2011 43 3 7 10 34 .088 11 22 +9 0 0 1

    2012 33 6 9 15 54 .111 5 10 +8 2 0 0

    2013 25 6 5 11 32 .188 5 10 +8 0 0 2

    2014 3 0 1 1 3 .000 0 0 -4 0 0 0

    TOTAL 104 15 22 37 123 .122 21 42 +21 2 0 3

    CareerbestsPoints ..........................................................................3 (vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013) Goals ............................................................................3 (vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013)Assists ...................................................................2 (vs. New Hampshire, Jan 11, 2013) Shots ........................................4 (twice, most recent vs. Penn State, Dec. 28, 2013) Power-play goals ............... 1 (at UVM, Mar 08, 2013 - UMass Lowell, Oct 28, 2012) Plus/minus ......................................................................... 4 (at Vermont, Mar 9, 2013)

    2014-15: Assisted on Quinn Smiths first goal of the season against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-1 | 182 | LEFT | FORWARD | SENIORWEST VANCOUNVER, B.C. | COQUITLAM (BCHL)

    CareerStatsYEAR GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG

    2014 3 1 2 3 5 .200 1 2 +4 0 0 0

    CareerbestsPoints ............................................................. 2 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Goals ...........................................................................................1 (vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)Assists ............................................................ 2 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014) Shots ........................... 2 (twice, most recent vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)PPGs .............................................................................................................................n/a SHGs .............................................................................................................................n/a Plus/minus .................................................... 2 (vs. Colorado College, Oct. 24, 2014)

    2014-15: Registered his first-collegiate goal just a few miles down the road from his hometown against RIT (10/18)notched his first assists at Boston College with a pair against Colorado College (10/24)

    6-4 | 220 | RIGHT | FORWARD | FRESHMANBALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. | USA UNDER-18 (USHL)