Bill Curley was one of the most prolific point scorers and consistent offensive players in Boston State Men's Ice Hockey history. The right wing tallied 32 or more points in all four of his campaigns for the Warriors and ranks third on the program's career points list with 139 in 94 games. He made an impact immediately for Boston State, notching 33 points on 18 goals and 15 assists after joining the program for the season's second semester during his freshman year. Named an Assistant Captain as a junior, Curley was one of the best playmaking forwards in school annals, racking up 79 career helpers for the second-highest total by a Warrior. He registered a career-high 23 assists as part of a 41-point season to lead the team as a junior and was named Boston State's Most Valuable Player for the 1978-79 campaign. The 1981 graduate was also selected to the Codfish Bowl All-Tournament team that year. His induction marks the second Hall of Fame that he'll be enshrined in, to go with his 1991 selection into the South Boston High School Hall of Fame.