Andy Brickley was a standout winger for the University of New Hampshire Wildcats from 1979 to 1982. In 93 games for the Wildcats, Brickley scored 68 goals with 69 assists for a total of 137 points. He led the Wildcats to the NCAA Final Four in 1982 and was named first team NCAA All-American the same year.
Brickley played 385 NHL games over 13 pro seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils, WinnipegJets and Boston Bruins. He was a valuable utility player for the Bruins from 1988-1992, but his career was hampered by injuries. His most productive season was 1989-90 when he notched 40 points in just 43 Games.
He is now a popular analyst for the Bruins on NESN.