Andy Brickley Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NESN

Andy Brickley Biography

Andy Brickley is a former professional ice hockey player from the United States. He played in the American Hockey League, the National Hockey League, and the International Hockey League for 14 seasons. Andy is currently a color commentator for the Boston Bruins on the New England Sports Network (NESN).

Andy Brickley Age

Andy Brickley was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, US on August 9, 1961. He is 60 years old.

Andy Brickley Height

Andy stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in/1.80 m tall.

Andy Brickley Family

Bertha, his mother, and his father raised him in Melrose, Massachusetts. Raina, George, Lila, Matt, and Quintin are Andy’s siblings. His great-uncle Charles Brickley played and coached collegiate football, and his grandfather George Brickley was a player for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1913. Quintin, Andy’s younger brother, also played hockey at the University of New Hampshire.

Andy Brickley Wife

Andy is married to his lovely wife Diane. The couple has two daughters and resides in Hingham, Massachusetts.

Andy Brickley Education

From 1979 to 1982, Andy was a member of the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. In 93 games for the Wildcats, Andy tallied 68 goals and 69 assists for 137 points. He also led the Wildcats to the NCAA Final Four in 1982 and was selected as a first-team All-American that year.

Andy Brickley Salary

Andy pockets an annual salary of $98,575.

Andy Brickley’s Net Worth

Andy’s approximate net worth is $3 million.

Andy Brickley Career

On the New England Sports Network, Andy is the color commentator for the Boston Bruins (NESN). His first experience as a broadcaster occurred while working for the Grizzlies and taking part in broadcasts while injured. WBZ Radio hired him as a color analyst on Bruins radio broadcasts in 1996.

Andy was chosen as Derek Sanderson’s replacement on Bruins television broadcasts by UPN 38 in 1997. He began working for NESN in 2000, originally covering road games alongside broadcaster Dave Shea. Beginning with the 2005-06 season, Andy called all games, traveling with Jack Edwards and returning home with Dale Arnold.

Since the 2007-08 season, they have co-called all of NESN’s Bruins broadcasts with Edwards. Furthermore, Andy provided color commentary for Versus and has occasionally served as a guest analyst for NBCSN’s televised NHL games. When the Bruins are having a bad stretch of play, he is noted for saying, “Get their skating game going.”

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