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In 2001, Captain Brian Gionta showed off the hardware!! On April 7th, BC beat North Dakota for the National Championchip in OT, 3-2!!! Chuck Kobasew started the scoring in the 2nd period followed by a deflected Lephart shot to make it 2-0. In OT, Kolanos broke in on net to score the winner. On April 5th, BC beat Michigan 4-2 in the Semi Final at Albany. Then BC played North Dakota in the NCAA Final April 7th in Albany in a rematch of last year's final. BC ends the year at 33-8-2. BC's super frosh were responsible for all of BC's scoring on April 5th. BC wins its 2nd NCAA, the 1st coming in 1949. Congratulations to the Fighting Sioux, Wolverines and Spartans for a fine season. North Dakota had beaten Michigan State in the early semi final game on April 5th in an afternoon matchup, 2-0 setting up the exciting final matchup. Congratulations BC!!! National Champions 2001!!!

BC won one game against OSU before bowing to Cornell in the NCAA's in 2003 but BC will regroup for the 2003-2004 season! BC will have new players like Joe Rooney, Adam Pineault, Brian Boyle, Joe Pearce, and transfer Greg Lauze. Thanks to the seniors for 4 great years at BC. Thanks for the great effort in 2002-2003 season.

Congratulations to fellow Hockey East team UNH in the finals for a great NCAA run and congratulations to the maroon and gold team from Minnesota. Golden Gophers are 2003 NCAA Champs! Gophers win back to back titles!


NCAA Applications are closed for the 2004 Frozen Four in Boston, MA. Priority mailings were sent out now to previous ticket holders.


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