Men's Ice Hockey



Explosive Second Period Gives #13 Irish 3-2 Win Over #3 Boston College

Three goals in the second period capped a Notre Dame comeback


#11 Irish Open Shillelagh Tournament With 5-3 Victory Over Crusaders

Anders Bjork tallies three points in winning effort


#9 Irish Down #5 UMass Lowell 4-1 To Split Conference Series

Anders Bjork scored his team-high eighth goal of the season during a dynamic Notre Dame second period


Bjork Leads #8/9 Irish To Weekend Sweep Of Sun Devils

Anders Bjork had two goals and two assists in Saturday's 4-2 win over Arizona State.


#8/9 Irish Blast By Arizona State 9-2

Bjork, Nardella and Brauer each scored twice for the Irish.


Frozen Four: Notre Dame vs. Denver

NCAA Division 1 Men's Ice Hockey Tournament - April 6, 2017 (USA Today Sports Images)


A Season in Photos: 2016-17 Notre Dame Hockey

Memorable images from Notre Dame's run to the Frozen Four


Notre Dame Vs. Michigan Tech (Jan. 6, 2017)

Notre Dame Vs. Michigan Tech (Jan. 6, 2017) at the Compton Family Ice Arena (photos by Mike Bennett and Matt Cashore)


Notre Dame vs. Boston College (Dec. 10, 2016)

Notre Dame vs. Boston College (Dec. 10, 2016) at Compton Family Ice Arena


Notre Dame vs. Boston University Hockey 2/26

Notre Dame vs Boston University, Friday night 2/26

• Opened the season with a two-assist game against Arizona State (Oct. 7).
• Scored the opening goal and added an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win over Holy Cross in the Shillelagh Tournament (Nov. 25).
• Will remain out for the second semester (undisclosed).

• Played in 36 games and scored six goals and added 12 assists for 18 points - all of which were career high totals.
• Had two power-play goals and finished with a +7 rating for the season. 
• Notched a career-high three assists in Notre Dame’s 8-2 win over UConn at the Barclays Center (Nov. 1).
Scored a goal in Notre Dame’s 2-2 tie with Northeastern (Nov. 13).
• Had a goal and an assist in the 5-1 win over UMass (Dec. 5).
• Scored in the 1-1 overtime tie at #17 Denver (Jan. 1).
• Had a goal and an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-1 win at New Hampshire (Jan. 22).
• Notched an assist on Jordan Gross’ goal that gave the Irish a 1-0 lead in the 3-1 win at Vermont (Feb. 6)
• Scored his first career power-play goal to extend Notre Dame’s lead to 3-0 in an eventual 5-1 win over Maine (Feb. 13).
• Added a power-play goal in the 3-2 loss to Boston University (Feb. 26).
• Had two assists in Notre Dame’s game two 6-4 loss to Northeastern in the Hockey East Quarterfinals (March 12).


• Played in 41 of the team's 42 games while scoring four goals and adding 10 assists for 14 points.
• Had six penalty minutes and blocked 10 shots.
• Notched his first career point with an assist versus Lake Superior State (Oct. 18).
• Followed that game up with a two-assist effort against Niagara (Oct. 24).
• Scored his first career goal the next night versus Niagara and added an assist (Oct. 25).
• Scored the overtime, game-winning goal at Merrimack in Notre Dame's 3-2 victory (Nov. 11).
• Had a goal and an assist at UMass (Dec. 5).
• Registered two assists in Notre Dame's 3-2 win against sixth-ranked Miami (Dec. 28) in the opening game of the Florida Hockey Classic.
• Played in all six playoff games and registered a goal and an assist.

• Selected in the second round (38th overall) in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft by the Buffalo Sabres.
• Was the youngest player selected in the 2013 draft (his birthday was the last day of eligibility for the 2013 draft).

• Joined the Irish roster after spending the 2013-14 campaign splitting time between Muskegon and Green Bay of the United States Hockey League (USHL).
• Was teammates with Dawson Cook and Jordan Gross with the Gamblers.
• Played in 21 games with Muskegon, notching three goals and 11 assists for 14 points before being traded at Christmas 2013.
• In 35 games with Green Bay, scored 10 goals with 26 assists for 36 points.
• In four playoff games, added two goals and two assists for four points.
• Made his USHL debut with Muskegon in 2012-13 at the end of his high school campaign at Edina.
• Scored one goal and added eight assists for nine points in 14 games to end the 2012-13 season. 

• Prior to his final high school season, played in 10 games for USA Hockey's National Team Developmental Program, chipping in one goal with one assist.
• A member of the gold-medal winning World Junior A Challenge team with current Irish teammates Jordan Gross and Cal Petersen.

• Graduated from Edina High School in Edina, Minnesota, where he played two seasons.
• In 2012-13, led Edina in scoring with 20 goals and 32 assists in helping the Hornets to the Minnesota State 2AA championship.
• In 2011-12, scored 26 goals and added 32 assists to help Edina to third place.
• Attended Academy of Holy Angels High School in Richfield, Minnesota, in 2011-12 with his older brother, Cullen.
• Had 10 goals and 27 assists for 37 points as the Stars advance to the Section 2AA quarterfinals.
• Also attended Shattuck St. Mary's School where he played bantam hockey in 2009-10, when he scored 20 goals with 39 assists in 58 games.
• Full name is Connor Joseph Hurley and he is the son of Tom and Therese Hurley.
• Has two brothers, Ryan and Cullen, and one sister, Erin.
• Cullen plays hockey at Wisconsin and Ryan played lacrosse at Cornell.
• Born in Eagan, Minnesota.
• Enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters with a major in political science.

Goals: 1 (11x - vs. UConn 10/28/16)
Assists: 3 (vs. UConn 11/1/15)
Points: 3 (2x - vs. Arizona State 10/8/16)
Multi-Point Games: 12
Point Streak: 3 games (Oct. 18-25, 2014; 1-4-5)


Connor Hurley
Connor  Hurley


Edina, Minn.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185


Last Team:
Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)

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