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  • Liveatjrl
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    Not sure if it was mentioned here yet but it sounds like UConn's coach Cav is going to be BCs next coach.

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  • WeAreNDHockey
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    Jerry York was the best college coach of all time. In any sport. His decency as a man is as boundless as his coaching skill too. College hockey has been endlessly fortunate to have had him around it for so long.

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  • Notoscar
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    It could have been Milbury

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  • sigx15
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    Originally posted by Bomber View Post
    Twitter is saying it’s Cavanaugh.
    Totally good with him. What he's done with UConn has been very impressive, that job was absolutely horrible when he took over. He's done a great job with it and recruited really well. If he comes and could possibly snipe Matthew Wood, a UConn recruit, along with him, it'd be a home run, he's absolutely disgusting. He's a top 5 recruit in the country

    Do I think it's a 10/10 hire? No but that would've been basically as JD said, Mike Hastings or someone along those lines. I do think Cav is a 8.5 or 9/10. The UConn job was that bad and he's done a really good job with it

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  • J.D.
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    https://twitter.com/NathanPStrauss/s...RcvWHqugw&s=19

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  • Bomber
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    Twitter is saying it’s Cavanaugh.

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  • J.D.
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    We know the obvious candidates in Cav and Brown but I'd be thrilled if they went younger. JD Forrest is my top choice from within the BC family. This is a premier job though. Don't be afraid to call Mike Hastings even if he hangs up on you.

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  • J.D.
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    Originally posted by bcmsu9196 View Post
    Conte Forum is fine. If Princeton can skate at 100-year-old Baker Rink, BC is OK where it is. Need to start winning consistently again.
    Being fine does not mean you can't do better. Conte host two hockey teams and two basketball teams. How many arenas do that?

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  • sigx15
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    It's a shame he didn't get a proper send off during the season but I'm not surprised whatsoever. The greatest college hockey coach of all time will be missed.

    It'll be very interesting to see who they hire next and who helps make the decision on the hiring. There's the obvious Cavanaugh or Brown and then there's outside shots of Rand Pecknold or Greg Carvel. Will be very interesting to see what direction they go in

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  • Split-N
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    The intracity rivalry aside, this Northeastern fan could never find a way to dislike Jerry York. He was, is, and will remain a man of integrity who personifies everything that is good and noble about our game. Fair winds and following seas, coach.
    Last edited by Split-N; 04-13-2022, 07:06 PM.

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  • Carmine Scarpaglia
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    The GOAT is gone. It absolutely was time. But it was an absolutely absurd run of success from 1997 through the mid-2010s before falling off dramatically.

    Very interesting this is happening while BU is also searching for another coach as well.

    I have to think Greg Brown is a front-runner along with Cavanaugh. Will be interesting to hear who is submitting resumes and getting interviews for this job.

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  • DNAEagle
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    Thanks for the memories JY. I had hoped he would stay for one more Nattie but he gave the university and his players his very best for 28 years. He is really the most positive and upbeat person I have ever met. Enjoy the next chapter.

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  • bcmsu9196
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    Conte Forum is fine. If Princeton can skate at 100-year-old Baker Rink, BC is OK where it is. Need to start winning consistently again.

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  • J.D.
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    Originally posted by QUAlum2004 View Post
    This is the right move for York and BC. It was time.
    Barring a staff shakeup, I agree. Selfishly, disappointed to find out after the season without a proper send-off but that just epitomizes who he is. He changed the profile of BC hockey forever and is the greatest coach in BC athletics history. I hope he stays connected with the program and leads the charge for a new rink.

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  • mookie1995
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    hearing jrrrry “retired” ala Tom Brady and wants to go coach the terriors and return them to glory like he cleaned up bc in the mid 90s

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