When Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker announces his retirement, which he is expected to do at a news conference at 3 p.m. on Monday, he will walk away from the game with one of the most impressive resumes in the history of collegiate hockey.
During Parker’s 40-year tenure, the Terriers won three national titles, seven Hockey East championships, 21 Beanpot championships and 894 total games — the most wins ever by a coach at a single school.
NESN Hockey East analyst Jim Connelly joined Jamison Coyle on NESN Daily to discuss what BU fans will remember most about the coach and how Parker’s impending announcement will affect the current Terriers squad heading into the conference tournament.
Check it out in the video above.
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