Jack Parker has built a legacy with BU and in the world of USA hockey. PHOTO COURTESY OF BU TODAY

Jack Parker and Scott Young named to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017

Earlier this morning, the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2017 was announced. Former head coach Jack Parker and current assistant coach Scott Young were honored alongside Kevin Collins, former BU assistant coach Ben Smith, and Ron Wilson. Jack Parker While Jack Parker stepped down as Boston University’s head coach after the 2012-13 season, … Read more

BU promotes Albie O’Connell to associate head coach, Scott Young to assistant coach

[Update, 11:45 a.m. on Thursday: Here’s a full story in today’s Daily Free Press about the promotions, complete with quotes from O’Connell and Young.] The departure of former associate head coach Steve Greeley to the New York Rangers in mid-August left a hole to be filled in the Boston University men’s hockey coaching staff. On … Read more

New York Rangers formally name Steve Greeley as Assistant Director of Player Personnel

Confirming reports from Tuesday and Wednesday, the New York Rangers officially announced Thursday that Boston University associate head coach Steve Greeley will become the Rangers’ Assistant Director of Player Personnel. OFFICIAL: #NYR name Steve Greeley as Assistant Director of Player Personnel and Nickolai Bobrov as Director of European Scouting. — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) August … Read more

Reports: Steve Greeley to leave BU, join New York Rangers scouting staff

Boston University associate head coach Steve Greeley is expected to depart BU and accept a scouting position with the New York Rangers of the NHL, according to Jeff Cox of SB Nation. Multiple sources have indicated BU assistant Steve Greeley will leave Terriers program to join scouting staff with New York Rangers. — Jeff Cox … Read more

Charlie Coyle happy to be back at BU for Comm Ave Charity Classic

It’s been three-and-a-half years since Charlie Coyle left the Boston University men’s hockey team midseason to pursue his professional career, but it doesn’t change how much his time at BU meant to him. “Everyone has their own path, the way they want to go,” he said. “That’s the path I chose, and I enjoyed my … Read more