Following its on Saturday, the men's hockey team and head coach Jerry York of Watertown will be coming home to celebrate in style.
Boston College will hold a parade for the men's hockey team Tuesday (April 10) starting at 5:30 p.m. According to an email from BC Athletics, the parade will begin at Conte Forum, travel through campus, up Commonwealth Avenue and end at O'Neil Plaza.
At 6 p.m., a championship celebration will be held in the plaza with special guests, former championship team members and the recently-crowned National Champions. Following the ceremonies, the team will be available for an autograph session.
According to Boston College Spokesman Ed Hayward, the celebration will not be a significant disruption to traffic, as the parade will travel just a short distance on Commonwealth Avenue.
The Eagles traveled to Tampa, Fla. last week to compete in the NCAA Frozen Four, defeating Minnesota 6-1 Thursday night and then taking down Ferris St. 4-1 in the title game on Saturday night.