And I think everyone agrees here. So I had many offers for jobs. He just loved to do it. As some guys fish and hunt, his was coaching. That interest in the game never waned, according to his son, Brian, who played at Boston College after graduating from Arlington in Even in his 50th year, he was going to his seminars to learn new stuff.
Legacy lives on at Ed Burns Arena - Boston High School Blog- ESPN
While attending WNE, he worked as the Hockey Operations Coordinator and was responsible for the following: assisting with scouting, recruiting and overseeing all off-ice hockey operation duties. While there, Bill worked closely with the Varsity Hockey Team for three seasons. Bill was responsible for teaching youth players the basics of hockey through on-ice and street hockey events. Bill was a five-year varsity goaltender at Somerville High School.