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01-28-2013, 05:01 PM
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Seems to have been a wake up call for Sheahan.

On the flip side, have we ever figured out why Coyle left BU?

The rumors swirled around that for a while and it wasn't just his choice if I remember right. Ran with the crowd of guys that kept getting in trouble was a team wide problem, Nicastro won't talk about it to the media in GR either.
Whether it's true or not, I think he gave the "focus more on hockey" reason.

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Seems to have been a wake up call for Sheahan.

On the flip side, have we ever figured out why Coyle left BU?

The rumors swirled around that for a while and it wasn't just his choice if I remember right. Ran with the crowd of guys that kept getting in trouble was a team wide problem, Nicastro won't talk about it to the media in GR either.
I heard rumblings that academic issues had something to do with it, but I stress that these are unsubstantiated rumors.

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I heard rumblings that academic issues had something to do with it, but I stress that these are unsubstantiated rumors.
“Charlie has decided that he would like to focus on beginning his professional hockey career,” BU coach Jack Parker said via press release. “We respect his decision and certainly wish him all the best in the future.”

The sophomore's departure was first reported by U.S. Hockey Report yesterday morning, which said Coyle’s departure was “supposedly due to academic issues.” Coyle, in a text message to The Daily Free Press said this afternoon, "He was not failing out."

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“Charlie has decided that he would like to focus on beginning his professional hockey career,” BU coach Jack Parker said via press release. “We respect his decision and certainly wish him all the best in the future.”

The sophomore's departure was first reported by U.S. Hockey Report yesterday morning, which said Coyle’s departure was “supposedly due to academic issues.” Coyle, in a text message to The Daily Free Press said this afternoon, "He was not failing out."

^ from Boston Globe
....and there you go. My insider friend in New England was just reading the paper.

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the sophomore's departure was first reported by u.s. Hockey report yesterday morning, which said coyle’s departure was “supposedly due to academic issues.” coyle, in a text message to the daily free press said this afternoon, "i are not falling skewl."
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“Charlie has decided that he would like to focus on beginning his professional hockey career,” BU coach Jack Parker said via press release. “We respect his decision and certainly wish him all the best in the future.”

The sophomore's departure was first reported by U.S. Hockey Report yesterday morning, which said Coyle’s departure was “supposedly due to academic issues.” Coyle, in a text message to The Daily Free Press said this afternoon, "He was not failing out."

^ from Boston Globe
Wonder what took longer to decipher.....Coyle's term paper or Sheahan's drunklish with the cops?

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