In 45 years of coaching, Jerry York has only seen three players like Austin Cangelosi, The Heights’ Male Athlete of the Year: Nathan Gerbe, Cam Atkinson, and Johnny Gaudreau.
Teddy Doherty, Steve Santini, Miles Wood, Adam Gilmour, and Alex Tuch are all leaving. More are on the way, too.
Don’t be deceived by the final score. BC men’s hockey looked thoroughly unprepared to take on Northeastern in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament.
Though small in stature, Austin Cangelosi’s leadership, skill on faceoffs, and dirty penalty shots have made him BC men’s hockey’s most dangerous forward.
The Warriors pulled their goalie in the last minute of regulation and scored the equalizer to avoid a weekend sweep against the Eagles.
Men’s hockey head coach Jerry York became the first in the sport to win 1,000 games after a 8-0 victory over the University of Massachusetts on Friday evening.
The Eagles couldn’t get Win No. 1,000 for Jerry York at Agganis Arena, but still came away with a point, tying BU, 1-1.
The Eagles got the shots, but couldn’t finish in an embarrassing loss to 4-11-0 Ohio State in the Florida College Classic.
BC played a sloppy game against its crosstown rival, Northeastern, notching several huge penalties and going cold on offense for long stretches despite excellent defensive performances by Thatcher Demko and the penalty kill.
Jerry York’s team is off to its best start with him at the helm (11-1-0) after BC took revenge on UConn with a 5-1 victory at Hartford’s XL Center.