Boston College Eagles 2007–08 Boston College Eagles
National Champions
Hockey East Tournament Champions
Beanpot Champions
NCAA Championship Game, W 4-1 vs. Notre Dame
Hockey East Championship, W 4-0 vs. Vermont
Beanpot Championship, W 6-5 (OT) vs. Harvard
Conference 4th Hockey East
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine #1 College Sports #7
2007–08 Record 25-11-8
Home Record 6-7-4
Road Record 8-3-4
Neutral Record 11-1-0
Head Coach Jerry York
Captain Mike Brennan
Arena Kelley Rink
« [[{{{PrevSeason}}} Boston College Eagles |{{{PrevSeason}}}]] [[{{{NextSeason}}} Boston College Eagles|{{{NextSeason}}}]] »

For previous season, see 2006–07 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey season
For next season, see 2008–09 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey season

The 2007-2008 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey team represented Boston College in the 2007-2008 college hockey season. The team was coached by Jerry York, '67, his fourteenth season behind the bench at Boston College. The Eagles played their home games at Kelley Rink on the campus of Boston College, and competed in Hockey East.

Having lost in the previous season's national championship to Michigan State, Boston College made its third consecutive appearance in the title game and defeated Notre Dame 4-1 in the 2010 Frozen Four Championship Game, earning the school's third national championship and first since 2001. The Eagles defeated Minnesota and Miami (OH) in the Northeast Regional in Worcester, earning them a berth in the Frozen Four to be played at the Pepsi Center in Denver. BC defeated North Dakota 6-1 in the national semifinal before taking on the Irish in championship game.

The Eagles finished fourth in the 2007-2008 Hockey East Regular Season, which was good enough for the last home-ice spot in the Hockey East playoffs. After sweeping the quarterfinal series against Providence, the Eagles met regular-season champion New Hampshire in the conference semifinals. After trailing early on, the Eagles mounted a come back and eventually beat UNH on a Benn Ferriero goal early in the third overtime. BC went on to defeat Vermont in the championship game 4-0 for the school's eighth Hockey East tournament championship.

BC also won the 56th Annual Beanpot Tournament. After defeating defending champions Boston University 4-3 in overtime thanks to a Nathan Gerbe goal, the Eagles went on to defeat Harvard 6-5 in overtime on a goal by freshman defenseman Nick Petrecki. This was BC's 14th Beanpot title and first since 2004.

Junior forward Nathan Gerbe, who led the nation in scoring, narrowly missed out on winning the Hobey Baker Award. Gerbe was however named US Hockey National Player of the Year, and also earned NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player and Hockey East Tournament Most Valuable Player honors.


Boston College added five freshmen for the 2007-2008 season, including one defenseman, two forwards, and two goalies.

Player Position Nationality Notes
John Muse Goalie Flag of the United States United States East Falmouth, MA; Earned US Hockey Report Goaltender of the Year honors as a senior at Nobles.
Joe Whitney Forward Flag of the United States United States Reading, MA; Gained All-NESPAC East honors as a junior at Lawrence Academy.
Brian Gibbons Forward Flag of the United States United States Braintree, MA; Earned All-Founder's League first-team honors as senior center at Salisbury in 2006-07.
Nick Petrecki Defense Flag of the United States United States Clifton Park, NY; Selected 28th overall by SJS in 2007 draft.
Andrew Margolin Goalie Flag of the United States United States Mahwah, NJ; Two-time Founder's League All-Star.


2007-2008 RosterEdit

Departures from 2006-2007 TeamEdit

2007-2008 EaglesEdit

Awards and honorsEdit


Hockey East

Men: Boston College | Boston University | Maine | Merrimack | New Hampshire | Northeastern | Providence | UMass | UMass-Lowell | Vermont
Women: Boston College | Connecticut | Maine | New Hampshire | Northeastern | Providence | Vermont

This page uses content from Wikipedia. The original article was at 2007–08 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey season. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Ice Hockey Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA).

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.