Felger, Dupont on Jack Parker retiring
Sun, 10 Mar 2013|
Mike Felger and Kevin Paul Dupont talk about Jack Parker retiring after this season as head coach of Boston University's hockey team.
Do you guys. Yes okay so this impacts -- -- to be human anyone really who is a hockey fan in Boston of reports are that Jack Parker at 68 years old after forty years. On the job. Is going to announce his retirement tomorrow another terriers are set to enter the hockey east playoffs coming up this week. So it's all the -- Ray Lewis thing maybe yours announcing it before to give his team a lift but. You know get your thoughts on Jack Parker. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- A C a dynasty -- there's did they win as many national championships as they probably should have. No I don't think so but I don't think that's on him I think that's on the vagaries of the sport. At the keys and he has run a very quality product look at the people you put into the pros. What you love to see him coach the Bruins for a little bit uneasy he dancing dance with the possibility two or three times I don't want to do it felt like they were really they were right there. Add it didn't happen out of love to see him get that job once just to see -- it translated. Yeah and and that's -- who knows how would -- translated because the colleges that the pros are vastly vastly different. He had as we know now forty years in he had 3020. Years and then. But I I have a lot of faith in the guys that he's been terrific he's been terrific. In every aspect of the job.