Edward Sullivan was part of two of the greatest hockey teams in Boston State College history and played an integral part in both of them. The forward began his career as the sixth-leading point-scorer on the Warriors' undefeated team from 1965-66 that posted a 20-0-0 mark and was the second-leading scorer for the Boston State edition that advanced to the NAIA National Championship tournament in 1968. Sullivan finished that season with 29 points on 16 goals and 13 assists and finished his career with 52 goals and 50 assists for 102 points in 93 games to rank ninth on the school's career goals list, 10th in games played, 15th in points and 17th in assists. A four-year letterman, he saw time on the first line penalty kill and power play units his entire career and helped the Warriors to a four-year mark of 58-32-1, including four straight Codfish Bowl titles. Sullivan was named to the 1968 Codfish Bowl All-Tournament team and is one of just three players in history to have had a hand in four of the tournament's championships. He was named captain for his final season and finished his career with 1.10 points per game. Following his graduation from Boston State in 1969, his playing days continued with action in the New England and the Southern New England Amateur leagues for eight years. Sullivan also shared his hockey knowledge as the Varsity Hockey Coach at Lowell High School and is currently the Principal and Founder of Tricon Sports in Lexington, MA.