Wayland Vaughan coached the Boston University Terriers men's ice hockey team from 1928 until 1943, compiling an 87-82-8 record. Vaughan was far from the most successful coach in terms of winning percentage, but maintained the Terriers program in the face of both the Great Depression and World War II. Without any conference affiliation, Boston University played erratic schedules, with anywhere from 10 to 15 games per season.
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