Andy ‘Brick’ Brickley
Bruins Color Analyst
Andy Brickley is in his 20th season of color commentary on the Bruins television airwaves following one season of Bruins commentary for WBZ radio. Following a college hockey career at the University of New Hampshire, he played 14 seasons at both the National Hockey League and minor-league levels, including four seasons in a Bruins uniform from 1988-92. He was a member of IHL Turner Cup championship teams with both Denver in 1994-95 and Utah in 1995-96. He retired with NHL career totals of 82 goals and 140 assists for 222 points in 385 NHL games with Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Boston and Winnipeg. He has also worked with national rightsholders as both a color analyst and reporter during their NHL coverage and has worked on AHL, IHL and college hockey broadcasts in addition to four World Junior Championship tournaments. A native of Melrose, MA, he is a member of both the Melrose High School and University of New Hampshire Halls of Fame.