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Boston College Adds USPHL Premier Netminder Mid-season

By Mike Klein, 12/19/15, 11:15PM EST

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Marlboro, MA - The Junior Bruins are proud to announce the commitment of Premier goaltender Ian Milosz to Boston College for the second half of the current season. He will reunite with Bruins teammate Josh Couturier in Chestnut Hill.
The North Grafton, MA, native is a true veteran of the USPHL and its development ladder. He joined the Springfield Pics USP3 team for the 2012-13 season and split time between the 18U and Elite teams in 2013-14.
 
Last season, he played 17 games for the Connecticut Jr. Rangers Premier team before joining the Bruins Elite team, playing a large part in both their league title and national championship.
 
This season, Milosz has played a huge role in the Bruins’ 21-4-1 record with a .923 save percentage (2nd in the league) and a 2.16 goals against average (3rd in the league). He is also tied with now-former teammate Brian McGrath for the league lead in shutouts with three.
 
A member of Hockey East, the Boston College Eagles have won five NCAA championships, with the most recent coming in 2012. Congratulations to Ian and his family on their commitment to Boston College.