Boston College Eagles Hockey Tickets
The Schedule in 2013-14
In the world of College Hockey, the Boston
College Eagles are one of the most dominant programs in the history of the sport. With five National Championships in their
illustrious history, the Eagles just keep winning and winning. Off to another hot start, the BC Eagles are at the top of the
standings once again and they want to finish out the season on top of the Hockey East on their way to the Frozen Four. College
Hockey is incredibly exciting this season with powerhouse programs like the University of Minnesota, Boston College and Quinnipiac
are all in a great position to win it all.
As the season winds down, every game counts and the home game against Hockey
East rivals University of Massachusetts-Lowell on February 21 is as important as any. The UMass-Lowell River Hawks are having
a nice season in their own right and a win against the Eagles will be just what they need going into the Hockey East Tournament
in March. These long time rivals always put on quite a show, so expect a tough battle. Boston College fans are known throughout
the sport as being some of the most rowdy, so expect an incredible atmosphere at Kelley Rink in Chestnut Hill.
regular season home game for the Eagles is March 1 and the arena will be rocking as Eagles fans cheer on their team for the
last time time this season at Kelley Rink. In a matchup known as "The Holy War on Ice", The Eagles will welcome the Notre
Dame Fighting Irish, the newest members of the Hockey East Conference, for one final clash before the postseason tournaments
begin. The final home game of the season is always an emotional ride, as the home crowd says thank you and goodbye to their
graduating seniors. The crowd at Kelley Rink is sure to hold up their part of the bargain and provide the home rink advantage
that they are famous for. These two teams have met once already this year when the Eagles defeated the Fighting Irish in an
exciting 4-3 victory at an outdoor game played at Fenway Park. Moving indoors for this battle, the Fighting Irish will be
looking for revenge, so the Eagles better bring their A-game.
Boston College Eagles Hockey History
Boston College Eagles are one of the biggest names in College Hockey, with five National Championships in their illustrious
history. With legendary names like John Kelley, Jerry York, Brian Leech, Steve Heinze, Kirk McLean and Brian Gionta, Boston
College's legendary program seems to get stronger every year. With 23 Frozen Four appearances and 21 NCAA Tournament appearances
to date, Eagles fans have come to expect winning, which is exactly what the team gives them. Head coach and BC Eagles legend
Jerry York, the College Hockey leader in all time wins, has been leading the Eagles since 1994 and was at the helm for four
of the school's National Championships. When talking about Boston College, one must mention their bitter cross town rivalry
with the Boston University Terriers, one of the most intense rivalries in all of college sports. Known as the Green Line Rivalry,
these nemeses have faced off in some of the biggest games, including the annual Beanpot Tournament, a tournament of all of
the Boston teams. The BC Superfans and the BU Dog Pound compete to create one of the most electric college sporting atmospheres
in all of college sports.
Known as the Boston College Superfans, the home fans that pack Kelley
Rink at Conte Forum for every Eagles home game are truly passionate for Eagle's hockey. Pretty much guaranteed to sell out
for every home game, the Superfans pack the rink with serious spirit. Come and witness the speed and openness of College Hockey
for yourself because there is no sport quite like it. The cheers of the Eagles fans and the school band resonate off the ice
creating an environment that you simply cannot find anywhere else. There may be no more passionate fanbase in all of College
Hockey, so get your Boston College Eagles tickets today and don't miss a single second of action at Kelley Rink.
College Hockey is a sport best seen live. The speed of the game simply cannot translate to television. There
is no thrill in sports quite like sitting behind the glass when teams "body up" on the boards, shaking the first few rows.
With the Boston College Eagles at the top of the Hockey East Standings and poised to take the Eagles far in the tournament,
there has never been a better time to get your tickets to see the thrill of live College Hockey at Kelley Rink at Conte Forum
than right now.
Boston College Eagles Trivia
BC legend player and now Head Coach Jerry York has won five
National Championships as a College Hockey head coach, but only four with the Eagles. With which school did York win his first
The answer is Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio in 1984.