|High School:||Chicago Steel|
2005-2006: Hurley finished the season ranked third on the team in scoring with 15 points (6g, 9a) in 30 games ... Posted 5-6-11 numbers in ECACHL contests ... Was tied for third on the team with six goals, scoring all six on the power-play, second on the team ... Also picked up 37 penalty minutes ... Scored the game-winning goal, on the power-play, and added an assist on the Bears' first goal in 3-1 win over St. Lawrence; named 1st star ... Scored a goal and added an assist at Dartmouth, earning 3rd star honors ... Scored his third power-play goal of the season to give Brown a 3-0 lead in 3-3 tie with #11 Colgate ... Scored his fourth power-play goal to tie the Princeton game at 1-1 ... Tallied an assist on Ihnacak's game-winning goal in 4-1 win over UConn ... Notched his fifth power-play goal of the year in 2-2 tie with Union ... Earned an assist on Prough's goal at RPI ... Posted one assist in each game at St. Lawrence and Clarkson ... Scored a power-play goal and added an assist in 3-3 tie with Princeton; named 2nd star ... Picked up two assists in Brown's first round series at St. Lawrence ... One of 11 Bears named to the ECACHL All-Academic Squad.
2004-2005: Hurley finished his freshman season with 21 points (3g, 18a), more than any other Brown freshman defenseman ... His 21 points ranked fourth overall on the team and fifth in the ECACHL among defensemen (sixth among rookies) ... Scored one power-play goal and posted 1-11-12 numbers in ECACHL contests ... Also picked up 26 penalty minutes and led the team with a "+11" rating ... Tallied his first career point with an assist in 2-2 tie with Harvard ... Scored his first career goal against Princeton ... Posted an assist the next night on the game-winning goal in 5-2 victory over Yale ... Notched an assist in the first game at then #7 Minnesota-Duluth ... Tallied two assists the next night against the Bulldogs, including the direct pass that led to Brown's winning goal with 0.1 seconds left in regulation ... Earned his sixth point in five games with an assist on the game-winning goal in 4-2 win at Clarkson ... Added his seventh point in six games with an assist on Brown's first goal in 4-1 win at St. Lawrence ... Notched an assist in 5-2 win over Holy Cross ... Scored his second goal of the Year to give Brown a 1-0 lead in 5-1 win over Providence, Brown's first Mayor's Cup win since 2000 ... Earned a four-point weekend with two assists in each game, both wins, at Yale and at Princeton, assisting the game-winning goal in each game ... Registered an assist in 3-0 win at Union ... Posted two assists in loss at Dartmouth ... Earned 1-2-3 numbers in Game #1 victory over RPI in the ECACHL First Round, including an assist on the game-winning goal ... Tallied an assist the next night as Brown swept the series.
Before Brown: Hurley played for the Chicago Steel of the USHL for one season, where sophomore Eric Slais also played ... An assistant captain for the Steel, Hurley appeared in 52 games and tallied 23 points (4g, 19a) ... Helped to lead the Steel to a 2004 East Division Championship ... Prior to playing for the Chicago Steel, Hurley spent two seasons with Northfield Mount Hermon, where he was a Captain during the 2002-2003 season ... Also a captain on the Football team in 2002 ... Named Vermont Division 2 Player of the Year as a captain for the Rutland High School hockey team (2000-2001) ... Helped to lead Rutland High School football team to a 2000 Vermont State Championship.
Personal: Sean Hurley is the son of Patrick and Lucille Hurley of Rutland, Vermont ... Born in 1983 ... Sean has one brother, Evan ... Interests: Hunting, Fishing ... Major: History.
GP G A PTS PPG SHG GWG Pen/Min
2004-05 33 3 18 21 1 0 0 13/26
2005-06 30 6 9 15 6 0 1 13/37
TOTALS 63 9 27 36 7 0 1 26/63