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April 11, 2014 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
THIS IS HOW jacked up Shayne Gostisbehere was to play at the Wells Fargo Center. It was the third period and the score was tied at two between Boston College and Gostisbehere's Union College. It was a national semifinal and at stake was a berth in tomorrow's championship game. Union was coming off a clutch 5-minute penalty kill and was on a power play when the puck came to "Ghost," which is what his teammates call him and a name that is more spell-check friendly. Gostisbehere fired such a laser that it broke the stick of teammate Daniel Ciampini.
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April 11, 2014 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Columnist
THEY HAD conceded it. To a man, the players speaking for Union College at Wednesday's media session said that in the program's first-ever appearance in a Frozen Four 2 years ago in Tampa, Fla., they were a little overwhelmed by the moment. How much that contributed to their loss in those national semifinals doesn't matter now, but the Dutchmen swore it would not happen again in Philadelphia. Still, a little more than 2 minutes into yesterday's semifinal against Boston College, Union looked as if it was again showing some big-game jitters On the Eagles' first shot of the game, Johnny Gaudreau scored to give his team an early lead.
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April 11, 2014 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
Oddity is commonplace at Union College. The tiny liberal-arts school in Schenectady, N.Y., has a bizarre motto - "We All Become Brothers Under the Laws of Minerva. " Its campus contains one of the world's only 16-sided buildings. And it has had not one but two presidents with the first name Eliphalet. So no one should be shocked if, odd as it sounds, this college of 2,100 students, with no athletic scholarships and a sports budget comparable to what its three Frozen Four rivals spend on hockey alone, departs Philadelphia this weekend as the 2014 NCAA men's ice hockey champion.
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April 10, 2014 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sometimes, Guy Gaudreau would put the nets back-to-back at center ice. Sometimes, he would put each net in the corner, facing the boards, and have his players go three-on-three in a pie slice of the rink. "We did this at the end of every practice for years and years," said Mike Green, the head coach at Bishop Eustace Prep and a longtime assistant to Guy Gaudreau for a series of South Jersey travel teams that featured Gaudreau's son, Johnny. On Thursday night, Johnny Gaudreau will lead Boston College against Union College in the NCAA Frozen Four in the Wells Fargo Center.
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April 10, 2014 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
THE FROZEN FOUR is much more than a cute name. It is NCAA hockey at its best. Granted, college hockey and Philadelphia go together like cheesesteaks and warm milk, but the four remaining teams each offer their own pieces of intrigue. There's the local kid at Boston College who is hoping for one of the all-time homecomings. Fingers crossed, the Ghost of Union College will call the city of brotherly shove his home for a long time. And North Dakota and Minnesota, two of the sports' storied programs, renew their rivalry.
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April 4, 2014 | BY JAKE KAPLAN, Daily News Staff Writer kaplanj@phillynews.com
BOSTON COLLEGE'S Johnny Gaudreau, St. Lawrence's Greg Carey and St. Cloud State's Nic Dowd yesterday were announced as the three finalists for this year's Hobey Baker Award, collegiate hockey's Heisman Trophy equivalent. The winner will be revealed the evening of April 11 at the Loews Hotel Millennium Ballroom in Philadelphia as part of the week's Frozen Four festivities. Flyers prospect Shayne Gostisbehere, a star defenseman for Union College, was left out of the top three, who are known as the Hobey Hat Trick finalists.
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April 3, 2014 | By Sam Donnellon, Daily News Staff Writer
JERRY YORK has been a head coach in college hockey since I was in seventh grade, and I'm turning 56 this year. Born in 1945, no college hockey coach has more victories than his 935, and he's right up there in national championships after winning three of the last six as the head coach of Boston College, where he has been since 1994. A former BC player who previously coached at Clarkson and Bowling Green, York is credited with resurrecting the Eagles' long-proud program, and he did it at least in part by paying attention to the winds of change in his sport.
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April 1, 2014 | BY JAKE KAPLAN, Daily News Staff Writer kaplanj@phillynews.com
JOHNNY HOCKEY is coming home. Boston College hockey star and South Jersey native Johnny Gaudreau helped the Eagles advance last night to Philadelphia's first Frozen Four, set for April 10 and 12 at the Wells Fargo Center. In addition to Boston College, top-seeded Minnesota, Union College (New York) and North Dakota will compete in Philly for a Division I men's ice hockey championship. Boston College and Union, the tournament's Nos. 2 and 3 overall seeds, will play in one April 10 semifinal with Minnesota and North Dakota competing in the other.
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April 1, 2014 | By FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
SETTLING ONTO the couch at his off-campus house which he once described as "not totally 'Animal House,' but along those lines," Union College defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere flicked on the television. Having survived and advanced to their second Frozen Four in 3 years, the Flyers' third-round pick and his teammates watched last night's Northeast Regional final between UMass-Lowell and Boston College intently. They waited with baited breath to learn their opponent for when they take the ice at the Wells Fargo Center on April 10 in the national semifinal.
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March 30, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Annie Murphy ran in from center field to Deptford's huddle in front of the dugout before her team's at-bat in the second inning. With Murphy not due up in the inning, she led a team cheer before walking over to the lineup card. "Carly, Makenzie, Lexi, then top of the order," said Murphy, a senior outfielder and Boston College softball recruit. Rather than sitting on the bench with most of her teammates, she proceeded to watch the inning, and most of her team's at-bats, on top of a bucket of softballs just to the left of the cage surrounding home plate, in a spot where she could get an unobstructed view of the righthanded batter's box. The bucket was also the same seat her coach, Bill Hoskins, used when she was in the field.
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