Monday, June 20, 2011

Cohen With The Cup, Cronin Out At NU

Even though Colby Cohen did not play a minute with the Boston Bruins this past season, the former BU defenseman did get to raise the Stanley Cup in the looker room following the game 7 victory over Vancouver.

Here is the only picture I could find of Cohen with the Stanley Cup:

In Other News
The head coach of Northeastern, Greg Cronin will be leaving the school in favor of the Assistant Head Coaching job with the Toronto Maple Leafs. This is according to an article that came out today in the Boston Herald.

Cronin Joined the Huskies back in 2006 and completely turned the program around. In his first season at the helm, NU won three games. Four years later, Northeastern finished one point behind BU for the Hockey East Regular Season Championship. NU would lose in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 3-2 vs Cornel that same year (2009).

Last season, Cronin was suspended the final weekend of the season (ironically against BU) for recruiting violations by the University. He apparently sent too many text messages to incoming freshman hockey players.

It is unknown who will take the wheel at NU next season but my guess is that it will be current assistant coach and former BU captain, Albie O'Connell.

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