Van Nest sees intrastate clash in new light (BostonHerald.com)
"I think it will be fun. There’s not really any hard feelings or anything," Van Nest said. "I’m going to outwardly treat it like another game, but obviously there’s going to be an extra ratchet in there."
Recruiting Notes: It's BC for Montgomery (ESPN Boston High School Blog)
"I knew it was a possibility [Spaziani would be fired], but coaches shouldn't be the deciding factor," Montgomery said. "I chose BC for the school, not for the coach. I liked talking to the other recruits. They seem like good guys. I also like the fact that I'll be around my support system [in Boston]."
Shields is BC big shot (BostonHerald.com)
"When you have Kerri Shields and Nicole Boudreau on court at the same time, you kind of feel anytime they miss something must be wrong," said Johnson. "When they make five straight, it doesn’t faze me because I see them do it every day."
Meet Freshman Jeff Burke (BCEagles.com)
Freshman right-handed pitcher Jeff Burke comes to the Heights from Signal Mountain, Tenn. He was a four-year player at the Baylor School and spent a postgraduate year at Loomis Chaffee in Connecticut. A 2011 All-Division II-AA East-Middle Region team, Burke earned All-New England honors and the team MVP award in 2012 at Loomis.
Getting to Know Brooks Dyroff (BCEagles.com)
My high school coach told me that the good times are never really as good as they seem and the bad times are never really as bad as they seem. He told me to always keep a level head and keep things in perspective.
Blackhawk prospect Kevin Hayes powers BC (Blackhawk Up)
He had to have been thrilled when Kevin Hayes stickhandled through multiple defenders before assisting on Teddy Doherty’s power play goal. Hayes was a solo high light reel on Saturday to be sure. Hayes puck handling skills are way above the competition and we all know how the Chicago Blackhawks love puck handling skills since they are a puck possession team.