Ken Hodge, Jr.
Ken Hodge, Jr. was drafted by the Minnesota North Stars, with their 2nd pick, 46th overall in the 1984 Amateur Draft after a fine Collegiate career at Boston College.
At B.C. Hodge, Jr. played in 99 career games and tallied 60 goals, 94 assists and 154 career points in just three seasons at the Heights. He led Hockey East in scoring as a freshman (64 points) and was named the league’s Rookie of the Year.
Obtained by Boston in a trade in 1990, Kenny turned in a fine 1990-91 rookie campaign, earning a spot on the NHL All-Rookie Team. Playing on a line with Cam Neely he scored 30 goals and 29 assists for 59 points.