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Boston College’s Hayes suspended indefinitely for violation of team rules

Boston College suspended forward Kevin Hayes for an indefinite amount of time because of a violation of team rules, coach Jerry York announced in a news release Friday.

Hayes, a junior, had played in all 26 Eagles games before Friday’s 2-1 overtime loss to Merrimack. He is fourth on the Boston College roster with 24 points on six goals and 18 assists.

“I’ll watch how he comes back from it and I’ll determine when he’s eligible to play for us again,” BC coach Jerry York said after Friday’s game.


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  • Joseph Crowley

    Maybe he can shoot darts with Alexx at Fathers Too.

  • bronxbomberz41

    ugh…another Boston hockey player with discipline problems.

    • Joseph Crowley

      Time for a story out of Orono or Durham….

      • bronxbomberz41

        Like i’ve said before, a lot of these hockey players aren’t the best behaved people anyway, and we’ve all heard stories i’m sure on all the campuses, i know I’ve heard a few from Durham. And I think it was Ben Bishop who got dismissed from Maine because of a drinking problem. There are good people there too though. I had classes with Kevin Reagan when he was at UNH, and we worked on some projects together. He was THE star player on the team, and he was all around a level dude. He “got it.”

        • Joseph Crowley

          If you substitute “athletes” for “hockey players”, you have the story at nearly every school in the country. There will always be some athletes that do not get it. Some athletes, having never heard “no” think they can get away with anything. The biggest thing is to handle things when they happen and not pretend they do not exist.

          • Kevin

            You could even substitute “athletes” with “students” it’s going to happen anywhere by anyone. These guys just get called out publicly on it.

          • Joseph Crowley

            The only difference is a full-board scholarship athlete that brings fans to the arena will get a lot more slack than a regular student. A regular student just gets kicked out of school and sent to jail.

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