John Muse, who made a name for himself at Boston College as one of the program's greatest all-time goaltenders, winning national championships in 2008 and 2010 -- then made a name for himself around the ECHL through both stellar play and becoming one of the great Twitter characters in professional hockey, has signed with the Boston Bruins organization. He will likely battle for playing time with the Providence Bruins to start out.
Muse amassed 89 wins, two national titles, three Beanpot titles, and three conference titles during his four years at BC before embarking on a hockey odyssey with the Carolina Hurricanes organization.
In 2011-12, he backstopped the Florida Everblades (great name) to the Kelly Cup Championship, posting a 16-6-3 record and a 2.42 GAA. 2012-13 saw him spend more time with the Charlotte Checkers of the AHL; he also had a brief stint on the Hurricanes' NHL roster, though he did not play.
Here's hoping Muse finds success in the Boston organization and brings the "Muuuuuuuuuuse" chant back to the balcony at TD Garden.
That said, if it doesn't work out, his trolling ability would make a great BC Interruption contributor. Think about it, John.