A two time All-America selection, Mottau also led BC to three straight Frozen Fours in his final three college campaigns. Stevens spent 1995-96 back home with the Boston Bruins, and then went on to stints with Los Angeles, the Rangers and Philadelphia before closing out his playing career with two more seasons in Pittsburgh, retiring in 2002. He recorded a career-high 41 goals with the Bruins in 2001-02, and a career-best 69 points with the Stars in 2003-04. Flat-rate shipping, so one low price ships as much as you want in each order! 11 – Boston Bruins, New Jersey Devils 10 – Anaheim Ducks, Buffalo Sabres Fans can find a list of all NCAA alumni in any NHL game with College Hockey Inc.’s NHL Matchup Tool. Boston College suffered through six straight losing seasons before coming within an overtime goal of the 1998 NCAA Championship. So you may see players with all zeros He notched 40 goals in two seasons at the Heights, including 26 tallies as a sophomore, as BC won back-to-back Hockey East regular-season titles and twice made the NCAA Tournament. Mullen completed his career with 1,063 points in 1,062 NHL regular-season games, including 502 goals. He also added 110 points in 120 Stanley Cup Playoff contests. $6.95 SELECT OPTIONS. 4 Boston College on Friday night in Hockey East play at … At the inaugural Frozen Fenway event in 2010, 38,472 fans – the most to ever watch a college game in the East – watched the Terriers take down archrival Boston College by a score of 3-2. The official Men's Ice Hockey page for the. It took him a little while to break through at the NHL level, but he finally became a Sabres regular last season, tallying 16 goals and 31 points in 64 outings. Color Shock Collegiate. Spring 2021. We have found 560 players. Bruins Alumni benefit games will be featured on a fast-paced one-hour online TV show to be hosted on our "new" Bruins Alumni TV website! CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.. – The No. The … A three-time All-America and All-New England selection, he was also the 1998 Hockey East Rookie of the Year and the 2001 Hockey East Player of the Year. He's now with the New York Islanders, and is closing in on 100 goals in an NHL career that has spanned more than 700 games. NOTE: I'm going to cheat here and add Emma's long-time Eagle linemates and Massachusetts natives, Steve Heinze and Marty McInnis, who also skated with him on the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team and went on to play in nearly 1,500 NHL games between them. Boston College Head Coach Jerry York Named To U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame September 15, 2020 Boston College Is New England’s Last Hope For NCAA Football in 2020 #InYorkWeTrust #KatieKingIsGolden. ‡ denotes that the player only appeared in the playoffs. 662 talking about this. SKATE, SKILLS & OVERSPEED ACADEMY u15-u17 ... - College Hockey Showcases (Advanced Skill Development Trainer) - Boston Jr Bruins (USPHL Premier) ... - Poly Prep - Long Island Sharks - NYC Skyliners - Siena College (ACHA D3) - NYC Cyclones - Boston College (ACHA D3) - Freeport Arrows - … Following a 35-point season as a freshman, the Rhode Island native went on to record successive campaigns of 51, 72, and 81 points en route to claiming the 1991 Hobey Baker Memorial Award as college hockey's best player, the first Eagle ever to do so. He also scored a spectacular spin-o-rama goal against Philadelphia: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nglKEv-jEI. He also starred with Utica and Albany in the AHL (and Detroit in the IHL) before embarking upon a five-year career in Europe with Klagenfurt AC, where he recorded three seasons of 47 points or more. He also posted a school-record 99 wins to go along with eight shutouts, and is third all time in school annals with 3,234 saves. Gionta led Boston College to four consecutive NCAA Frozen Fours, culminating in BC's first national title in 52 years in 2001. 1 Boston College. He is also a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. He was also both the Hockey East Rookie and Player of the Year, and the Hockey East Tournament MVP. This is a list of all the players that played for the Boston College, a hockey team playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association from 1932 to 2021. The Boston College Alumni Association, in partnership with the Lynch School of Education and Human Development, is hosting an online event moderated by David Goodman, and featuring David Blustein, Mary Walsh, and Belle Liang. Kobasew helped BC end its 52-year national title drought in 2001 by scoring one goal and then setting up the game winner in overtime, as the Eagles outlasted North Dakota 3-2 in Albany, NY. Ask A Librarian. A member of the gold-medal winning U.S. team at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, Guerin also skated in three Olympic Games and earned a silver medal in 2002 in Salt Lake City. Boston College Athletics Main Navigation Menu. Included among his five playoff goals that spring was the game-winner in double OT back at home at Boston Garden, in the semifinal round against the Bruins. for statistics. We can help you locate library resources, connect with a subject librarian, or find support at any stage of your research. His best NHL season came in 1992-93 with the Blues, when he scored 24 goals and set up 82 others for a career-high 106 points. Look around for more while you’re here. will not be accounted for with any of the teams they played with in this case. The official Men's Ice Hockey page for the. Complete list of alums who have played in the NHL. Part of the reason for the turnaround was Reasoner, who tallied 69 goals and 93 assists for 162 points in just three seasons at the Heights. Emma also skated with Boston and Florida in a short-lived NHL career. Stemming from its nickname as "The Heights," persons affiliated with Boston College have been referred to as Heightsmen, Heightswomen, Heightsonians and Eagles, the latter in reference to the University's mascot, the Eagle.The following is a partial list of notable alumni and faculty. He also scored 60 goals and collected 106 points in 143 Stanley Cup Playoff outings. Color Shock Collegiate. The all -time leading goal scorer in BC Hockey history with 123 tallies, Gionta had three seasons with 30 or more goals, including nine hat tricks and a five-goal outburst against Maine. Story Links PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Hockey East Association announced today the seeding and tournament field for the 2021 Hockey East Women's Tournament, a single-elimination format with each game hosted at the home arena of the higher seed. Nicknamed "Brownov" for how well he played on a line with Russian teammates, Brown had four goals and two assists in nine playoff games in 1998 as the Red Wings swept Washington to win their second straight Cup, the last NHL team to date to achieve a repeat championship. His best NHL season came in 2008-09 when, with Martin Brodeur sidelined by a long-term biceps injury, Clemmensen went 25-13-1 with two shutouts in 40 appearances, and helped the Devils qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs that year. He collected 247 goals and 781 assists for 1,028 points in 1,205 career NHL games, as well as 28 goals and 97 points in 95 playoff contests. Their games-played In addition to the USCHO poll, UConn is No. The Eagles have won five national championships, the most recent coming in 2012. Heinze totaled 178 goals and 336 points in 694 NHL games with Boston, Columbus, Buffalo and Los Angeles, while McInnis finished with 170 goals and 420 points in 796 NHL outings with the Islanders, Calgary, Anaheim and Boston. Jardine. A two-time NHL All-Star, he was also selected to participate in 10 NHL All-Star Games. In all, he recorded nine NHL seasons of at least 20 goals. He also helped the Eagles to three Hockey East titles and a Beanpot championship. He passed up an opportunity to skate for the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team, instead signing with the St. Louis Blues in order to support his family. Congrats to @BadgerMHockey standout Ryan McDonagh on his new title: He also collected 106 points in 103 career Stanley Cup playoff games. A Lester Patrick Trophy winner in 2004, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009, one year after his No. One of the best goaltenders to ever wear the Maroon and Gold, the Massachusetts native backstopped BC to two consecutive national title games (2006 and 2007), and was also chosen to the Hockey East All-Tournament team in both those years. He also played with San Jose, Winnipeg and Phoenix before wrapping up his career in 1998-99 with Tampa Bay and the New York Islanders. After three seasons with Salt Lake of the Central Hockey League, where he scored a total of 120 goals, he made his NHL regular-season debut with the Blues in 1981-82, scoring 25 goals in 45 games.He later notched back-to-back 40-goal campaigns with the Blues, before he was traded to Calgary in 1985. If there He went on to play with the 1992 U.S Olympic team in Albertville, France before turning pro in New Jersey's system. His No. Both still rank among the top 30 players in BC career points, with Heinze (159 points) and McInnis (142 points) coming in at 20th and 29th, respectively. 16 jersey was retired to the rafters at BC's Kelley Rink later that year. Register and login to access the alumni directory and other resources. He was also the 2008 Frozen Four MVP after leading BC past both North Dakota and Notre Dame with a pair of four-point games in Denver. 1 in Feb. 15 USCHO.com … Hockey East announces men's, women's schedule changes for games of Feb. 19 February 18, 2021 UConn-New Hampshire women's hockey series scheduled for Feb. 19-20 postponed February 18, 2021 Hockey East announces Feb. 19-20 game schedule for men's, women's teams February 16, 2021 Boston College picks up 29 first-place votes, remains No. 14 ranked UMass Lowell Hockey team skated to a 3-2 victory at No. This list is accurate for most teams, but for some obscure teams the list may be partial. He notched 110 goals and 212 points in his four seasons in Chestnut Hill, and was a two-time All-America, All-New England and All-East selection who led the Eagles to both the 1978 ECAC Championship and a berth in that year's NCAA title game. He tallied 24 goals and 96 assists for 120 points in 119 career games in just three seasons, having spent the 1987-88 campaign with the U.S. National Team that competed in the Calgary Olympics. Here you will find: Your profile; Alumni directory; For transcript information please visit the transcripts requests webpage. Before lighting it up for the Calgary Flames, Johnny Gaudreau was the star player at Boston College. He was inducted into both the Hockey Hall of Fame and the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000, one year after BC retired his jersey. He was also tabbed as the Hockey East Rookie of the Year. He retired after notching 24 goals and 60 points in the AHL with Louisville and Portland in 2000-01, plus a six-game stint with the Florida Panthers that season. He joined Pittsburgh in 1990 and won back-to-back Cups with the Penguins, tallying 42 goals his second season before registering back-to-back 30-goal campaigns. Along with Emma at BC, they formed the "HEM" line that combined for a total of 363 points through 1989-90 and 1990-91. For the health and safety of the campus community, the Dahod Family Alumni Center and the 0ffice of Development & Alumni Relations on Silber Way are temporarily closed to visitors. UConn is one of six Hockey East programs ranked nationally, led by No. The Boston College Eagles are a Division I college hockey program that represent Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Together these faculty will explore the impact the pandemic is having on our mental health in the United States. The all-time leading scorer in BC Hockey history with 239 points, Emma led BC to the 1990 Hockey East Championship and three consecutive NCAA Tournament berths, including the 1990 Frozen Four in Detroit. A four-time All-Star choice, he registered 429 goals and 427 assists for 856 points and 1,660 penalty minutes in 1,263 career regular-season NHL outings. A list of the players who played hockey elsewhere after leaving Boston College. Meet some talented and accomplished alumni who are leaders in their respective fields. A two-time Hockey East Player of the Year, Brown was also a two-time finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, a two-time First Team All-America choice, and a two-time All-New England selection. Join Us on Twitter 1614B2 Boston College Alumni Pewter License Frame. After apprenticing with Maine (AHL) in 1986-87, Brown moved up to the big league the next year, scoring 14 goals in 70 games as the Devils finally made it to the playoffs and came within one game of the Stanley Cup Finals. Drafted in the first round by the Vancouver Canucks in 2004, Schneider apprenticed in the minors with the AHL's Manitoba Moose before graduating to the Canucks last season. Thank you for your understanding during this difficult and unprecedented time. Ultimately traded to the Maple Leafs in 2004, he retired after playing the 2005-06 season with the Bruins. A twelve-time 20-goal scorer, including at least one 20-goal season with seven different clubs, Guerin was also a three-time 30-goal scorer. After skating with the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team in Calgary, he jumped to the Boston Bruins and spent the next 11 seasons in the NHL, never playing a game in the minors. Reasoner spent the following four years in Edmonton, as he finally made it to the NHL for good. I currently live in Watertown with two fellow ice hockey alumni, Megan Keller and Andie Anastos, and I coach for the North American Hockey Academy with fellow BC alums Toni Ann Miano, Dana Trivigno and Katie Burt. Note: The totals presented here may not be exact. The Iowa native led BC to four straight NCAA Frozen Fours, including its first national title in 52 years in 2001. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- In her final year at Penn State University, Kate Connolly Werner used her knowledge as a women's hockey player to make extra money by officiating games. $36.00 SELECT OPTIONS. 1,420 talking about this. He potted a team-record 48 goals in 2005-06, and scored the Devils' first-ever goal in their new arena, the Prudential Center, in Oct. 2007. Players were rated not only on what they did at BC, since not all of them stayed all four years, but also factored in was what they accomplished at the professional and international levels, including the Olympic Games. He went back to the Oilers for two seasons following one year in Boston (2005-06), and then played in Atlanta from 2008 to 2010 before recording a career-high 32 points with Florida in 2010-11. He only played one season in an Eagles uniform, but what a season it was. He followed that up with a 40-assist, 56-point senior campaign before signing with the New Jersey Devils as a free agent. 2 jersey was retired by the Rangers. The 2000 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner as college hockey's best player, Mottau still holds the BC record with 130 career assists and is among the top 25 Eagle scorers all-time with 157 points. A second-round selection of the Buffalo Sabres in 1986, Brown went on to play in 94 NHL games with the Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins and Winnipeg Jets. The 2017 Pittsburgh Penguins had a record seven Hockey East players on their Stanley Cup Championship team. Schneider was the first Eagle netminder to earn First Team All-America status when he was chosen in 2006, and was a three-time Hockey East Scholar-Athlete to boot. Please reach us Monday–Friday 9 am–5 pm at 617-353-9511 or alumni@bu.edu. #ForBoston He then closed out his career with seven straight seasons in Detroit, where he helped the Red Wings to three Stanley Cup Finals appearances and two titles. It is the 20th Stanley Cup title won by Wisconsin hockey alumni, tied with Boston College for the most by a single program. Three years later he guided Calgary to its first Cup crown following a career-high 51 goals and 59 assists for 110 points, plus 16 more goals in the playoffs. He spent 17 seasons in all with the New York Rangers, who drafted him ninth overall in 1986, and helped them end their Stanley Cup curse in 1994. Show your support for the journey from college hockey to the NHL with the College Alum Tee from 47 Brand. He also has 31 goals and 60 points in 93 NHL playoff games. The 6'3" power forward from Brockton, Mass. He struggled to break into the NHL, first with the New York Rangers and then the Calgary Flames before finding a home in New Jersey with the Devils. Leetch played just a solitary season with the Eagles, but was both an All-America choice and a Hobey Baker Memorial Award Finalist that year. He also produced 39 goals and 74 points in 140 playoff games, along with an additional 162 penalty minutes. A two-time Stanley Cup winner with New Jersey (1995) and Pittsburgh (2009), Guerin remains BC's highest-ever draft choice, taken fifth overall by the Devils in 1989. He helped the Flames to Game 7 of the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals, and prior to this season had produced 96 goals and 185 points in 473 career NHL regular-season contests. The Honeoye Falls, NY native recorded 73 points as a junior in 1997-98 before turning pro the next year. A three-time NHL All-Star Game participant, and an NHL First Team All-Star in 1989, Mullen was a two-time winner of the Lady Byng Trophy for playing ability combined with gentlemanly play, and also won the Lester Patrick Trophy in 1995. We have found 559 players. After turning pro with New Jersey in 2001-02, Gionta joined the Devils full-time the following season and helped them secure their third-ever Stanley Cup in 2003. He joined the New York Islanders last season, and is back on the Island this year after overcoming an eye injury that limited him to 20 games in 2010-11. The list is just an opinion, and no offense to any of the guys I knew from my four years at the Heights, either. Boston College has had a lot of great players in its men's ice hockey history, which dates back to 1917. is no official breakdown when a player was traded mid-season, his statistics are He split the next three campaigns between Worcester (AHL) and the St. Louis Blues. The British Columbia native then went back home to play major junior hockey with the Kelowna Rockets, before embarking upon an NHL career in 2002 that has seen him skate with Calgary, Boston, Minnesota and now Colorado. Just the second-ever American-born player to captain the Canadians, Gionta recorded back-to-back 20-goal campaigns with the Habs in his first two seasons in Quebec. With so much talent it is hard to pick just one alumnus. That also includes college connections among every NHL team’s front office, minor leaguers and draft picks. $6.95 SELECT OPTIONS Boston College Alumni License Plate Frame ... Boston College Hockey Decal. He recorded more than 100 points in each of Pittsburgh's championship campaigns, including a career-best 123 points in 1990-91 and a career-high 55 goals the following winter, and was a four-time 40-goal scorer with the Pens. The captain of the gold medal-winning U.S. team at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, Leetch was also a member of the silver medal American squad at the 2002 Olympic Games. Boston College High School (also known as BC High) is an all-male, Roman Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory secondary school founded in 1863 with historical ties to Boston College.It serves grades 7-12 and is based in Dorchester of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.Its current endowment size is $84M. A New York City native, Mullen is still one of the top five scorers in BC Hockey history. Last season, two Hockey East alumni captured the Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay, represented by former Boston University defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk (2007-10) and Boston College’s Stephen Gionta (2002-06), a pro scout in its front office. Get your Boston College Eagles Hockey Blanket here today at the official Boston College Bookstore site. Nov 20, 2019 - An ode to the Boston College Hockey Teams. Entering 2011-12, Gionta had played in 616 NHL games, scoring 209 goals and adding 195 assists for 404 points. See more ideas about college hockey, hockey teams, boston college. He was at the Heights when the Eagles made the transition from the Eastern College Athletic Conference to Hockey East, and promptly recorded a career-high 37 goals and 68 points as a junior in 1984-85. The NCAA hockey tournament is rife with rivalries, and that enmity extends to the pros. \. This is a list of all the players that played for the Boston College, a hockey team playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association from 1932 to 2021. played four years at BC, highlighted by a 70-point senior season in 1986-87. John Adams [2001-05] (4 seasons) League: GP: G: A: Pts: PIM: 2005-06: Springfield Falcons: AHL: 5: 0: 0: 0: 6: He did so again two years later, and played five seasons in all in Beantown before heading to St. Louis for four consecutive campaigns. The Official Facebook Page of Boston College Athletics. A two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Detroit Red Wings, Brown parlayed his four-year tenure at BC into a solid NHL career with three different clubs, recording nearly 400 career points. Janney posted 16 points in 23 playoff games as a rookie in 1988, helping the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Finals. Mullen helped the Flames to the Stanley Cup Finals the next season, scoring 12 goals in 21 playoff games. Leetch became the first American to earn the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP that spring, notching 11 goals, 23 assists and 34 points in 23 games as the Rangers outlasted the Islanders, Capitals, Devils and Canucks to claim their first Cup since 1940. The Boston College Eagles are one of the most prestigious hockey programs in the world. The official Men's Hockey page for the Boston College Eagles. † denotes that the player's career team information is inaccurate due to incomplete data made available by a league. He spent the next year with the U.S. National Team, playing in the Calgary Olympics before going pro in Pittsburgh, where he spent eight years and helped the Penguins to consecutive Stanley Cup crowns in 1991-1992. Boston College Libraries. Drafted by New Jersey in the eighth round in 1997, he's had a serviceable NHL career with the New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers, most of it as a backup . BC Alumni Community. Like former BC linemate Reasoner, Gionta helped get the Eagle program back on track after it went through some lean years in the early 1990s. The BC Alumni Community is where you will find resources to help you connect to your fellow alumni. The younger brother of former BC player and NHLer Doug Brown, he has been an assistant coach at BC ever since, and helped the Eagles to national titles in both 2008 and 2010. As a freshman, he recorded nine goals and 38 assists in 37 games, and helped BC to a Hockey East title at Boston Garden. Boston College Decal. The Official Facebook Page of Boston College Athletics. After skating with the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team in Calgary, he was in the NHL for good, and won the Calder Trophy as top rookie in 1989. Boston College has had a lot of great players in its men's ice hockey history, which dates back to 1917. SCHEDULE. 547 players found, (Does not include season in-progress.) Career-wise, he's gone 50-39-14 with six shutouts in 122 games, although he was sidelined at the start the 2011-12 season by knee surgery. The Boston Bruins Alumni is a non-profit organization made up of past players of the Boston Bruins. The team has competed in Hockey East since 1984, having previously played in the ECAC. Guerin turned pro the next season with Utica (AHL) after a stint with the U.S. National Team, and went on to a 17-year NHL career with New Jersey, Edmonton, Boston, Dallas, St. Louis, the Islanders and Pittsburgh. Brian Leetch is the best of the bunch. A Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalist his last season, Gerbe also led the Eagles in scoring with 35 goals and 33 assists for 68 points. Instead, I've decided to narrow down the list to the past 30 years or so. He played in the Garden State from 2007 to 2010, where he tallied seven goals and 50 points from the blueline. Boston College Carroll School of Management Strip Decal. In his three seasons at Chestnut Hill, he racked up 71 goals and 133 points in 123 outings, including three hat tricks. He finished his college career with 66 wins and a school-best 15 shutouts, including a school-record eight whitewashes as a sophomore in 2005-06. Despite playing just two seasons with the Eagles, Janney still holds the BC record with 83 points in a single season, a feat he accomplished as a sophomore in 1986-87. It would be next to impossible to name the top 15 Eagle skaters in that span, having not seen them all in action. 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