Jerry York is a coaching legend. The Watertown, Mass., native coached 50 years at the Division 1 level, including 28 unforgettable seasons at Boston College. Despite his longevity, there was always going to come a time when York would have to retire.
That time came back in April when the longtime bench boss announced he would retire.
Picking his successor would be no small task given the gigantic shoes York would be leaving behind to fill.
That’s where Greg Brown, the current head men’s hockey coach at Boston College, comes in.