Frozen Fenway 2014

Notre Dame Hockey | Apr. 25, 2013 | Notre Dame Athletics

Frozen Fenway

The City of Boston, Hockey East Association and Fenway Sports Management (FSM), today announced "Frozen Fenway 2014," a two-week series of hockey and ice-skating events, including two Division I men's college hockey doubleheaders and two free public skating days for City of Boston residents.

"Last year, more than 90,000 people came to Fenway Park to watch college and high school hockey or to enjoy free public skating," said Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino.

The Irish will be playing their first season in Hockey East after 22 seasons as members of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. Notre Dame and Boston College have met 32 times in that series history dating back to 1969. The Eagles own a 17-13-2 all-time record against the Irish, but Notre Dame leads the series, 4-3, since Jeff Jackson took over behind the bench in 2005-06. 


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