Boston College Daily Links: Title Celebration And Pro Signings

Take Five (The Boston College Chronicle)
"We are so excited to be here," York told the gathering. "It’s almost surreal with the Towers on the Heights and we are all here celebrating what Boston College has achieved. We have had so many terrific teams over the years in a lot of different sports, we share this with the football and basketball and all 30 sports teams besides hockey.

April 9, 2011: BC Coach Jerry York (WCVB Boston)
At Penn State, Syracuse and Arkansas, coaches have brought shame to their schools, but York stands as a complete and refreshing contrast. By all accounts a gentleman, consummate teacher and molder of successful young men, Jerry York deserves far more recognition than he will ever receive -- or seek.

Boston College has four players on 2012 All-USCHO teams (USCHO.com)
Eagles defenseman Brian Dumoulin (first team), forward Barry Almeida (second team), goaltender Parker Milner (third team) and defenseman Tommy Cross (third team) were named to the national teams that were selected by USCHO staff members at the Frozen Four.

New York Rangers, Boston College Standout Chris Kreider Agree To Deal; NCAA Star Eligible For NHL Playoffs (CBS New York)
"I guess everybody’s different. It’s happened before, I think that’s why people can speculate that it might," Boyle told Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton. "As demanding as our coaches are and what they expect on both ends of the rink — (and to) know the system — it might be difficult."

Dumoulin officially a pro (Journal Tribune)
"I’m close to getting my degree," he said, "so I feel like it’s a little bit easier there. If I had left after last year, I wouldn’t have been close to getting it at all. I worked hard (those) two years at Boston College, and for me not to get my degree would have been tough. But I feel ready. And going off on a win, too. That helps."

Avalanche sign Boston College forward Paul Carey (All Things Avalanche)
"He was part of a very successful program at Boston College and we look forward to seeing him with Lake Erie," Avalanche general manager Greg Sherman said in a statement.

Dumoulin officially a pro (Journal Tribune)
"I’m close to getting my degree," he said, "so I feel like it’s a little bit easier there. If I had left after last year, I wouldn’t have been close to getting it at all. I worked hard (those) two years at Boston College, and for me not to get my degree would have been tough. But I feel ready. And going off on a win, too. That helps."

B's sign BC defenseman Cross to deal (ESPN Boston)
"It’s special," Cross said at the Eagles' on-campus celebration of their national championship. "It’s a great organization. It’s an honor to sign [with them]. I think right now it hasn’t really settled in -- my mind is still here at BC. I’ve had four unbelievable years here. It’s sad to see it come to an end, but when one door closes another one opens."

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