BC hockey player wins national award

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    BC hockey player wins national award

    At the Frozen Four Brooks Dyroff a member of the Boston College hockey team received the coveted Humanitarian Award.  He is the second BC student to be so acknowledged. The 21 year old founded CEO 4 Teens, a non-profit that offerseducatioal opportunities for youth in developing nations. He also created a
    microfinance program to benefit the Teens when they complete the program.
    He has produced 2 documentaries about the program.In addition, Brooks established a mentoring program between the BC hockey players and the students of a school in Brighton.
    Brooks is fulfilling BC's motto: ever to excel
     
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    Congratulations to Mr. Dyroff.

    Thankfully, we have the hockey program, which excels largely because The Gang of Two has not attacked it.

    Looking forward to seeing Coach York and his Eagles again next season.

    Peace.


     
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    Impressive.  A true "man for others".
     
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    York runs a great program, and in nearly all cases, selects great kids.  They're not perfect as we've seen, but this is another example of players meeting expectations beyond the ice.
     
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    [QUOTE]York runs a great program, and in nearly all cases, selects great kids.  They're not perfect as we've seen, but this is another example of players meeting expectations beyond the ice.
    Posted by trbow[/QUOTE]

    Congratuations to the University of Minnesota - Deluth Bulldogs, a fine example of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in giving the boys inside of the village of Boston there due! Seems as if York, and Parker were out classed as the ECAC had no answer to the WCHA this year!  With the rise in Denver, UM, Notre Dame & Bolling Green, and as always the Fighting Sioux we can see many a retun to the Frozen Four.  

     
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    In Response to BC hockey player wins national award:
    [QUOTE]At the Frozen Four Brooks Dyroff a member of the Boston College hockey team received the coveted Humanitarian Award.  He is the second BC student to be so acknowledged. The 21 year old founded CEO 4 Teens, a non-profit that offerseducatioal opportunities for youth in developing nations. He also created a microfinance program to benefit the Teens when they complete the program. He has produced 2 documentaries about the program.In addition, Brooks established a mentoring program between the BC hockey players and the students of a school in Brighton. Brooks is fulfilling BC's motto: ever to excel
    Posted by ajcvt64[/QUOTE]

    Now isn't that soooooo touching! Where was he in the Frozen Four where it counted?  Again as usual, with the yocals at BC one & outs in St. Louis! 
     
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    may be time to come into the 1980s

    BC and BU belong to hockey east which has won the three championships prior to this year and four championships from 2001-2010.  they have not been in the ECAC since the 80s

    and btw Michigan, ND and Bowling Green are part of the CCHA

    congrats to dyroff on this award

     
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    It appears all need much going up to do especially the BC eagle beagles whose display of the little frat boy in the sand box attitude are not accustomed to the LPs, whr's, cheriho arguments. Pehaps, a lesson in civility on a public medium would educate those to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open it. Consequentially our BC stallwarts are always made out the fools' which they richly deserve.    
     
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    cheeroh, if you knew anything at all about it or him you would know he rarely is on the ice but keep posting your garbage about things you know NOTHING about and looking like a fool
     
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    How is UConn's hockey program doing ? Hee Hee last won a conference championship in 2000 but with no NCAA appearances. Of what conference is that ? The Atlantic Conference that has won a total of 4 NCAA tournament games since 1999. UConn's hockey program can't even get into the Hockey East LoL!

     
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    Funny that the lpga master-troll brings up ncaa hockey finances...NCAA hockey is one of the few sports left that is not consumed with $$$.  Perhaps that's why it continues to provide great value for fans and numerous ways for student-athletes to excel.

    As I said before, congratulations are in order for Dyroff.
     
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    It's Duluth...This is 4th grade geography flaming-troll...Duluth.  Very glad they won by the way, it was a long time coming.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to BC hockey player wins national award : Now isn't that soooooo touching! Where was he in the Frozen Four where it counted?  Again as usual, with the yocals at BC one & outs in St. Louis! 
    Posted by cheeroh[/QUOTE]
     
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    cheeroh

    You dirtbag.  This is an honor bestowed upon a kid from BC.  You clearly have enormous resentment towards the school.  That tells me that either you could not get in (probably), or you know someone from BC that you are jealous of.

    Try growing up and getting a life.
     
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    ummmm; nice post guess he's cranked your weinerschnitzel beyond reproach. goten moeten to all BC fans that believe their wichtig.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: BC hockey player wins national award : Congratuations to the University of Minnesota - Deluth Bulldogs, a fine example of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in giving the boys inside of the village of Boston there due! Seems as if York, and Parker were out classed as the ECAC had no answer to the WCHA this year!  With the rise in Denver, UM, Notre Dame & Bolling Green, and as always the Fighting Sioux we can see many a retun to the Frozen Four.  
    Posted by cheeroh[/QUOTE]

    Please tell me this was written by a second grade student, because anyone who can't spell Duluth or Bowling and does not know that it is "their" and not "there" due is a mental midget. Of course, if this is a UConn fan, than the post makes perfect sense, sell out morality and education for a few banners.
     

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