Men’s ice hockey’s Kangas notches win number 330

Head hockey coach Bill Kangas notched his 330th all-time win this past Saturday with the decisive 5-1 victory over Plattsburgh St. With this victory, Kangas surpassed his predecessor Bill McCormick to become the all-time winningest coach in men’s ice hockey history. Kangas attributes much of his success to McCormick who “left just an incredible mark on the program.” “It has been a privilege to follow a man of that stature,” added Kangas.

This season marks Kangas’ 25th season at the helm of the Ephs where he has compiled an impressive record of

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330-223-55 while behind the bench. “I’m not really much of a stats guy,” Kangas confessed. “It has just been a privilege to be around these incredible kids for the past 25 years, watching them grow as players and alumni.”

The current Eph squad find their coach invaluable. “He’s done a great job turning Williams into a great place to be a hockey player and he deserves so much credit for that,” said senior captain Nick Anderson.Kangas owns the men’s ice hockey records for most wins in a season (18), longest unbeaten streak (10) and is tied for the record for most consecutive wins in a season (8).

In his tenure, Kangas has earned accolades including the New England Div. II/III Coach of the Year, NESCAC Coach of the Year and has been a finalist for National Div. III Coach of the Year. He looks to continue his unprecedented success this season and seasons beyond. When asked about his

future, Kangas stressed not his own career, but the immediate prospects for current team. “We’re off to a really good start right now,” Kangas conceded. “I’m excited about how practice went today and looking forward to practice tomorrow.”


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