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Boston College Daily Links: #TheRivalry #BCvsWakeBingo

Daily links for Wednesday, May 22, 2013.

Streeter Lecka

What should we know about Syracuse in the ACC? (Blogger So Dear)
Anyways, keep your filthy paws off of Boston College. You Orange people shan't disrupt what has become THE rivalry in college athletics: Wake/BC. (Editor's note: If you think I'm wrong, ask yourself one question: "Does my school's biggest rivalry have a bingo game?" I didn't think so. Carry on.)

Eagles rookie wideout Ifeanyi Momah has a good altitude (
"With me, it's been the fundamentals," he said when asked about his NFL transition. "Bursting off the ball, staying low in and out of breaks, looking everything in and catching it. I have some of the raw talent, but you're never a good receiver in the NFL until you have the complete package."

Biron's Journal: Boston College Tour (Blueshirts United)
Rangers goaltender Martin Biron is back with another edition of his video journal for This week, with the team up in Boston for two second-round playoff games against the Bruins, Biron joins rookie forward Chris Kreider on a tour of the Boston College campus and hockey facilities.

What Happened to That Kreider Kid? (Wall Street Journal)
“Chris has got major assets, and he’s going through the process,” Rangers coach John Tortorella said. “Again, this is a really good thing for him, to put him in the lineup and have the opportunity to play some games.”

Rangers center Brian Boyle regaining his form (The Boston Globe)
“That was a long time ago,’’ said Boyle, who will try to help his team climb out of a 2-0 hole in Game 3 of the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinals against the Bruins Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. “This is the fun stuff, not to say that that [the regular season is] not fun, but quite frankly, it wasn’t this year for me.’’

Top 20 College Hockey Stories of the 2012-13: #1-5 (Western College Hockey Blog)
The event itself was a little bittersweet. After roaring out to a 10-1-0 start to the season, there was a possibility of York breaking the record at home, against rival Boston University, but a loss across at BU the night prior, meant York only tied the record against the Terriers. The enjoyment of setting the record was also cut a bit short after the Eagles were demolished 8-1 by Minnesota the following night at the Mariucci Classic. That said, the somewhat quiet nature of the event seemed to fit York's humble nature perfectly.