With five Division I national championships to its credit-most recently in 2012-the men’s hockey program at Boston College is a force to be reckoned with year after year. Tales from the Boston College Hockey Locker Room
details the long and highly successful history of ice hockey at Boston College, from the informal ice polo” competition held among students at BC’s original campus in the South End of Boston in the 1890s, to the establishment of a formal varsity ice hockey program shortly after the school relocated to its present-day home in Chestnut Hill a century ago, and on to the emergence of Boston College hockey as one of the most successful programs in all of collegiate sports. This book blends research; interviews with coaches, players, and fans of Eagles hockey; and scores of anecdotes about the high points-and a few slips that occurred along the way-in the building of Boston College’s fabled hockey tradition.
Tied to the Boss
Anything can happen at the annual Valentine’s Day Ball, where the decadence of the ballroom pales in comparison to the sinful events behind the scenes. For Penny, that means experiencing her secret desire—two men at once and twice the pleasure. She never expected it would be so mind-blowing, or that one of the men would turn out to be Dante. Her…
Many of the legends are covered in this book, including coach John Snooks” Kelley, Len Ceglarski, Jerry York, the Morrissey brothers, James Sonny” Foley, Bill Hogan, Jr., Ed Butch” Songin, the tandem of Tom Red” Martin and Billy Daley, and Tim Sheehy. Modern-day Eagles greats also have a prominent place, from Joe Mullen, to Brian Leetch, David Emma, Brian Gionta, and more.
Fans of Boston College hockey, as well as college sports aficionados everywhere, will find this book to be an entertaining and fact-filled volume of tales and accomplishments of one of the nation’s premier intercollegiate sports programs.