Boston College hockey coach on cusp of history

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November 30, 2012, 8:19 am
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(NECN/CSN) – Comcast SportsNet’s Kevin Walsh is here to talk Boston College hockey.

While the football program and the firing of head coach Frank Spaziani has brought some negative attention, the BC hockey coach is on track to break a record.

“Jerry York has done nothing but good things. Jerry York since he took over 18 seasons ago, he’s produced four national championships. He’s stuck at 923 right now. He’s going to very shortly, maybe even this weekend, match Ron Mason at 924 wins,” says Walsh. “And in a Hollywood script you couldn’t write any better, it’s against, it’s a home and home series against cross town BU Terriers. A chance to go ahead. One of the good stories at Boston College. And considering we don’t have NHL hockey right now, if you want to see pretty good hockey, BC BU this weekend is a pretty good alternative.”

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