MBA's Commercial Real Estate Finance/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo 2018

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Sunday, February 11, 2018

  • THE SIDE STAGE: Sports Talk with Mike Eruzione, 1980 Olympic Gold Medalist

    Location: Pacific Ballroom 14,
    First Floor,
    North Tower


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    Mike Eruzione, Captain of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team

    HUB Event,

    SIDE STAGE

    Come to the Side Stage to see Mike Eruzione, captain of the 1980 United States Olympic Hockey Team. The highlight of the Lake Placid games for Eruzione was scoring the game-winning goal against the Soviet Union.  That victory against the Soviets advanced the U.S. Hockey Team to the Gold Medal Game where they beat Finland to win the Gold Medal.

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    Mike Eruzione, Captain of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team

    Mike Eruzione served as the captain that led the 1980 United States Olympic Hockey Team to its Gold Medal victory in Lake Placid, NY. The highlight of the games for Mike was scoring the game-winning goal against the Soviet Union.  That victory against the Soviets  advanced the U.S. Hockey Team to the Gold Medal Game where they beat Finland to win the Gold Medal.

    A native of Winthrop Massachusetts, Mike was a well-known sports talent; excelling as an All-Scholastic in baseball, football and hockey.  While attending Boston University, Mike captained the hockey team his senior year and finished his college career as the third leading scorer in B.U. history.  The years Mike played at B.U. his team won four Eastern Collegiate championships. Mike was voted the Best Defensive Forward in the Eastern Collegiate Conference and eventually was inducted into the Boston University Athletic Hall of Fame.

    Mike played on two U.S. National Teams and played two years with the Toledo Goaldiggers of the International Hockey League. The IHL named Mike the McKenzie Award winner as the outstanding American born player in the IHL. The following year Mike was chosen to join the 1980 Olympic team. He was honored by being elected captain by his teammates.

    After the victory in Lake Placid, Mike spent several years in New York and New Jersey as a sports commentator for Madison Square Garden. In 1984 Mike joined ABC and was a broadcaster for the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.  In 1992 Mike did broadcasting for CBS in Albertville, France and in Lillehammer, Norway during the 1994 Olympic Games.