Sex, drinking detailed in report on BU hockey
Salacious details emerged Thursday from confidential documents compiled by Boston University administrators charged with investigating the culture surrounding the men’s hockey team. The documents tell of players who believed “they need not seek consent” for sex and who demanded special treatment in classes. They also tell of a 2009 party at Agganis Arena that culminated in drunken group sex, some in penalty boxes. Hockey coach Jack Parker learned of the party, according to several witnesses, but did not tell administrators.