Terrier Men's Hockey
With five NCAA Division I national titles (tied for the most among Eastern schools) and 29 Beanpot championships, Boston University has long established itself as one of the top collegiate hockey programs in the country.
The storied program enters a new era in 2013, as former Terrier David Quinn takes over the helm following the retirement of legendary head coach Jack Parker, who amassed 897 wins in his 40-year career at BU. Parker made a record 24 appearances in the NCAA tournament as a head coach and led the Terriers to seven Hockey East titles in addition to three national crowns.
The 2013-14 squad will be paced by senior defenseman Garrett Noonan (2012 Hockey East All-Star) and junior forwards Evan Rodrigues (2013 Hockey East All-Star) and Cason Hohmann, who both turned in 34-point seasons last year. Sophomore Danny O’Regan is back after becoming the first BU freshman in 21 years to lead the team in scoring. He and defenseman Matt Grzelcyk were named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team last spring. They will join a talented group of incoming freshmen, including three newcomers who were selected in last year’s NHL Entry Draft.