Fernie Flaman Men’s Hockey Coach Fund
The Fernie Flaman Men’s Hockey Coach fund was established as the first endowed head coaching position in Northeastern’s history.
A former professional hockey player, Flaman’s legendary coaching career at Northeastern spanned 19 seasons and a school-record 255 victories, and produced numerous championships and honors. Flaman led the Huskies to four Beanpot titles in the 1980s (1980, 1984, 1985 and 1988) and guided Northeastern to an ECAC Championship (1982), a Hockey East championship (1988) and two NCAA Tournament appearances (1982 and 1988).
This endowment honors and recognizes Flaman’s collegiate and professional accomplishments, and his legacy of service to the university and professional hockey.