Boston College HS
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5-11 / 190
BRIAN MICHAEL O'HANLEY; born December 18, 1984 ... shoots left ... graduated from Boston College High School in 2003 before spending a post-graduate year at the Salisbury (Conn.) School.
AS A JUNIOR (2006-07): Played in 36 games, including 22 Hockey East contests ... registered five points - two goals and three assists; recorded three points - two goals and one assist - in league action ... finished the season with a plus/minus rating of plus-five ... scored one power-play goal and one game-winning goal ... scored the decisive goal - his first goal of the season - on the power-play in the team's 4-1 win at Merrimack (1/10) ... netted the team's third goal in a 4-3 victory at UMass Lowell (1/27) ... notched an assist in each of two NCAA Tournament victories; assisted on Andrew Orpik's third-period goal against St. Lawrence in the opening round in Manchester, N.H. (3/24) and assisted on Dan Bertram's first-period power-play goal against North Dakota in Frozen Four in St. Louis, Mo. (4/5).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Played in 40 games, including 25 Hockey East contests ... registered six points - two goals and four assists; recorded three assists in league action ... finished the season with a plus-five rating ... scored one game-winning goal ... netted one goal - his first goal of the season - in the team's 3-3 first-round tie against Ferris State in the Denver Cup in Magness Arena; the Eagles advanced to the championship with a 3-2 victory in the shootout ... tallied the game-winning goal - on the power play - the following night in a 5-1 championship-game victory over Princeton (12/31) ... assisted on Brian Boyle's second-period goal in a 4-3 overtime win at UMass-Lowell (1/28).
AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05): Played in 35 games, including all 24 Hockey East contests ... registered 13 points - two goals and 11 assists; recorded eight points - two goals and six assists - in league action ... enjoyed two multiple-point games ... collected his first collegiate point on the team's first goal of the season; assisted on Patrick Eaves' power-play goal at 4:02 of the first period (10/15) ... tallied two assists - including one on Ryan Shannon's gamewinner - against North Dakota (10/29) ... assisted on Shannon's gamewinner at Merrimack (1/8) and on Ned Havern's decisive goal against Northeastern (1/21) ... netted his first collegiate goal in the team's 5-2 win at Massachusetts (1/27) ... registered a career-high three points - one goal and two assists - in a home victory over Merrimack (2/11) ... notched one assist in each of the team's games against New Hampshire (2/25 & 26) ... assisted on Andrew Alberts' dramatic double-overtime goal against Maine in the semifinal round of the Hockey East Tournament in the FleetCenter (3/18) ... notched one assist against Mercyhurst in the NCAA Tournament in Worcester, Mass. (3/25).
BEFORE BC: Earned All-New England and All-Founder's League honors at the Salisbury School in 2003-04 ... registered 39 points - 11 goals and 28 assists ... served as assistant captain ... helped the Crimson Knights to a 20-4-2 record ... earned the Roswell H. Rudd Hockey Award and the Richard T. Flood Athletic Medal ... played for head coach Dan Donato ... gained Boston Globe "Super Team" and Boston Herald "Dream Team" honors at Boston College High School in 2002-03 ... recorded 45 points - 23 goals and 22 assists as a senior ... was a two-time Catholic Conference all-star ... earned the 2002-03 Paul J. Hunter Award as BC High's Outstanding Athlete of the Year ... has also excelled on the soccer and baseball fields ... was a two-time Catholic Conference baseball all-star for the Eagles.
PERSONAL: Enrolled as a communication major in the College of Arts & Sciences ... is the 2007-08 recipient of the Angelo V. Berlandi Hockey Scholarship ... was selected by the San Jose Sharks in the ninth round (267th overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft ... Brian is the son of Ann Kozlowski.
O'HANLEY'S CAREER STATISTICS
2004-05 Fr. 35 2 11 13 9/18 0 0 0 0
2005-06 So. 40 2 4 6 7/14 1 0 0 1
2006-07 Jr. 36 2 3 5 6/12 1 0 0 1
CAREER 111 6 18 24 22/44 2 0 0 2
YEAR CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW