Doherty will leads 2015-16 Eagles as captain; McCoshen, Santini and Calnan comprise the rest of next year's captain corps
Pair honored for performances last week
Junior defenseman Teddy Doherty reaps first-career conference award with three-point performance and game-winning goal at RIT
Boston College throttles RIT, 6-2, as defense explodes on the offensive side of the ice; Doherty, Sanford lead BC with three points each
Boston College Returns to the Frozen Four to Take on Union in the National Semifinal; Ian McCoshen Lights the Lamp to Send the Eagles to Philadelphia
DOHERTY'S CAREER HIGHS
Points: 3, (twice, most recent vs. RIT, Oct. 18, 2014)
EDWARD MARTIN DOHERTY;born April 25, 1994 ... shoots left ... played the 2011-12 season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League ... attended Shattuck-St. Mary's School in Faribault, Minn., from 2008-11.
AS A JUNIOR (2014-15):Played in all 38 games … recorded a career-best 23 points – tallied six goals and 17 assists; accrued 11 points – three goals and assists – in 22 Hockey East games … tabbed Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (10/20) … split time between the defense and forward position … team leader in plus / minus ranking, finishing with a +15; was a +8 in Hockey East action … logged five multi-point performances … strung together career-best four-game point streak from Dec. 6 to Jan. 3 … tallied his first-career game-winning goal en route to his second-career three-point performance in addition to a +4-rating against RIT (10/18) … scored goals in consecutive games for the first time of his career against Michigan (12/13) … doled out a pair of assists on two power play goals against Brown (1/2)…scored the game-winning goal against Dartmouth to help clinch the Ledyard Classic trophy and was named Tournament MVP for his three-point weekend (1/3) … played his first-career game at forward against Vermont (2/13) … registered his 50th-career point against Vermont, notching a goal and an assist (2/14) … tied with Ryan Fitzgerald as the returning leading-career scorer at Boston College.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13):Played in all 38 games ... registered 18 points - one goal and 17 assists; recorded 14 points - one goal and 13 assists - in 27 Hockey East contests ... finished the season with a +7 rating ... enjoyed four multiple-point performances, including one three-point night ... tallied three assists in a 6-3 home win over UMass-Lowell (10/28) ... scored his first collegiate goal - and opened the game's scoring - at 10:40 of the first period in the team's 5-2 home win over Boston University (12/1); also notched an assist in the victory over the Terriers ... tallied two assists - and a game-high +5 rating - in a 5-2 win over Alabama-Huntsville (12/29) at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minn., a victory that marked win No. 925 for head coach Jerry York and broke Ron Mason's all-time wins record.
BEFORE BC: Registered 16 points - two goals and 14 assists - in 57 regular-season games with Dubuque in 2011-12; recorded one assists in five playoff contests ... played for head coach Jim Montgomery ... recorded 25 points - six goals and 19 assists - in 54 games as a junior defenseman at Shattuck-St. Mary's in 2010-11 ... totaled 27 points - four goals and 23 assists - in 53 games for Shattuck's U-16 team in 2009-10 ... played for Shattuck St-Mary's coach Tom Ward ... was a member of the U.S. Under-17 Select Team that won the 2010 Five Nations Tournament in Huttwil, Switzerland in August; recorded one goal and three assists in the four-game tournament ... played for Assebet Valley from 2007-08.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... is the 2013-14 recipient of the Paul Patrick Daley, Esquire '63 Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund and The Morrissey Brothers Memorial Hockey Fund ... Teddy is the oldest of Jeanne and Ed Doherty's five children; has two brothers, Brendan and Liam, and two sisters, Molly and Finley... his uncle Marty Hughes was a four-year defenseman at Boston College and member of the 2001 national championship team ... his uncle Jim Hughes played hockey at Providence College and is the director of player development for the Toronto Maple Leafs.