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Boston College Assistant Hockey Coach Jim Logue Announces Retirement

The former Eagles goaltender coached Boston College for 20 years (1993-2013)

Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE

The Boston College hockey program made official the offseason's worst kept secret on Friday. Longtime assistant hockey coach and former Eagles goaltender Jim Logue will retire after 20 years of service to his alma mater, according to an announcement made by coach York.

"Jim Logue has been an invaluable resource to the program and our coaching staff for quite some time," York said. "He's a loyal servant of BC who has devoted a great deal of his life to his alma mater. We've also enjoyed a terrific run of success coaching together and I wish him the best in retirement."

Logue was a member of coaching staffs that won nine Hockey East Tournament titles, six Hockey East regular-season championships, seven Beanpot titles and four national championships (2001, 2008, 2010 and 2012). He was an assistant coach on teams that advanced to 10 NCAA Championship Frozen Fours and eight national championship games.

During his coaching career at BC, Logue coached some of the best goaltenders to come through the program, including Scott Clemmensen, Cory Schneider and John Muse.

When Jerry York calls you an "invaluable resource to the program and the coaching staff," I'd say you've had one hell of a career. Thanks to Logue for all he did for the program and best wishes in retirement.

Ever to Excel.