Biography - Hubert 'Hubie' Boniface McDonough III

Born August 7, 1963
Manchester, NH
Inducted February 17, 2002

One of the most prolific goal scorers in small college ice hockey history at St. Anselm College, McDonough captured the small college Hobey Baker award in 1985. McDonough was a three-time ECAC East All-star as well as ECAC player of the year (1983-1986) after a successful high school career at Manchester Memorial High School and New Hampton Prep. Originally drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 1988, McDonough enjoyed a 13-year professional playing career that spanned 955 games, including 195 National Hockey League contests with Los Angeles, the New York Islanders and the San Jose Sharks. Before assuming his current position as Director of Hockey Operations for the Manchester Monarchs (AHL), McDonough recently held the same position for the Orlando Solar Bears of the International Hockey League and served a the assistant coach for the Bears during the 1999-2000 campaign.

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