Boyle tries to lock down UMass starting role
After a successful showing at the New York Islanders development camp this past summer, University of Massachusetts goalie Kevin Boyle is ready to take the reigns as the starting goaltender for the Minutemen again.
Last season former UMass coach Don “Toot” Cahoon split the playing time of his goalies pretty evenly, but towards the end of the season there was a transition to Boyle as he led the goalies in games played with 21 games. Cahoon also started Boyle for both of UMass’ Hockey East playoff games at Boston College.
Last season, Boyle finished with a record of 8-7-4, a 3.00 goals-against average, and a .895 save percentage.… read more
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