BU formally announces Steve Greeley’s hiring

By Tim Healey/DFP Staff

Boston University issued a release Wednesday afternoon to name former Terrier Steve Greeley the associate head coach of the BU men’s hockey team.

“Steve is a bright and well-respected scout in the hockey world and he’ll be a fantastic college hockey coach,” head coach David Quinn said in the release. “He’ll help us out in a lot of ways, as he is a fantastic evaluator of talent and a hard-working, enthusiastic person who will be able to connect with our players on many levels. I couldn’t be more pleased to have him back here at BU.”

Greeley, who played four years under Jack Parker from 2000 to 2004, has worked as a scout for the Los Angeles Kings the last seven years.
For more on Greeley, read our article from last week.

3 thoughts on “BU formally announces Steve Greeley’s hiring”

  1. He is a good choice. Recruiting is the problem and he has recruiting experience at the pro level.

  2. So we hire a guy that has no college hockey recruiting experience. Yep, that will really help our recruiting…NOT!


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