D3 Hockey Tale Featured on Deadspin

Ryan Maloney@ImRyanMaloneyContributor IIJanuary 26, 2010

DENVER - DECEMBER 12:  General view of the arena as Canada and USA observe the national anthem prior to their Women's Ice Hockey match at the Magness Arena on the Denver University campus on December 12, 2009 in Denver, Colorado. Canada defeated the USA 4-2.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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The following story was published today on Deadspin.com as part of blogger Drew Magary's A-Hole Coach Digest  series:

The two most successful D-III hockey coaches of the last 20 years, who coach at colleges 70 miles apart in Vermont, have had a personal feud that goes back almost 40 years to their time at UNH.

The story is that Mike McShane, who was and is known as a bit of a cocksucker, decided to prank the newest hotshot member of the ‘70-‘71 Wildcat hockey team, a sophomore (remember, this was when freshman weren't allowed to play varsity) named Bill Beaney.

Instead of the regular hazing rituals, such as itch powder in the jock or tape on the bottom of the skate blades, McShane decided to leave a particularly nefarious and highly unsanitary joke; he took a shit in Beaney's skates. The next day at practice Beaney loaded his bare toes into the front of his skate, only to have his digits greeted by the stinky deposit, and a Duellists-level obsession began.

To this day, through something like 70 matches against each other over the years, they continue to skip the customary post-game hand shake.


This begs the question: how many players have shit in Bob Emery's loafers ?

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