Adam Brady

#19 Adam Brady

HOMETOWN Delhi, Ontario
2019-20 (Sr)
 WCHA Forward of the Month (Nov.)
 WCHA Scholar-Athlete
 WCHA All-Academic Team
 All-WCHA First Team

As captain this season, Brady has a season high of 2 goals scored at Alaska Anchorage (2/21/20). He also has a season high of 9 shots against St. Cloud State (10/11/19), along with a season high of 2 blocked shots against Ferris State (1/3/20).
2018-19 (Jr)
Alternate Captain
 WCHA Scholar-Athlete

Appeared in 37 of 38 games for Bemidji State... Marked 8 goals and 13 assists for 21 points... Third on the team in shots on goal with 100... Finished third in points, assists, and shots for the Beavers... Ended the season with a -7 rating.
2017-18 (So)
WCHA Scholar-Athlete
One of five players to appear in all 38 games for BSU... Scored eight goals and had 18 assists for 26 points... Finished second on the team in assist and points... With six goals and 15 assists in WCHA play, he tied for 18th place on the league scoring list... Took a total of 97 shots... Opened his BSU career with a goal in his collegiate debut versus Minnesota Duluth (10/13/17)... Recorded his first multi-point game, recording a pair of assists in a 3-2 victory at Alaska (11/4/17)... Strung together a five-game point (3g-5a) streak from Dec. 16-Jan. 6... Recorded his first multi-goal game (2g) in a 3-1 victory versus Alabama-Huntsville (12/29/17)... Netted a career-high three assist night, leading BSU to a 4-1 victory at Ferris State (1/20/18)... Was a key member of a BSU power-play unit that set BSU Division I-era marks for efficiency (.217)... Was third on the team with four power-play goals, while posting a BSU-best 14 points (4g-10a) on the man advantage... Led the team with eight multi-point games... Named a 2017-18 WCHA Scholar-Athlete... Earned a spot on the WCHA All-Academic Team.
2016-17 (Fr)
• WCHA Scholar-Athlete
Did not see any regular-season action for the Beavers.
Prior to BSU
Brady came to BSU as a five-year junior hockey veteran and most recently played for the Lincoln Stars in the United States Hockey League (USHL). His season 2015-16 season was cut short to due after he recorded 24 points (9g-15a) during 27 games in the first half of the season. Brady recorded six multi-point games including one hat trick against Sioux Falls Nov. 11. Lincoln honored Brady with the team's sportsmanship award.

Prior to joining the USHL, Brady spent four seasons playing in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) along with a brief stint in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL). After spending time with the Hamilton Red Wings and the Caledonia Corvairs, Brady played his final two seasons in the OJHL with the Kingston Voyageurs. In 2014-15 Brady was Kingston's assistant captain and leading scorer with 77 points (43g-34a) in 46 games played. He finished as the fourth-leading scorer in the OJHL and was a OJHL First-Team All-Star and was recognized as a Top Prospect Forward. Brady led the OJHL in power play points (30), power play goals (19), and game-winning goals (11).

In 187 career OJHL games, Brady compiled 205 points with 92 goals and 113 assists. Brady has also competed internationally as an assistant captain for Team Canada East U-19 team in the 2014 World Junior A Challenge. He also was a participant in the 2012 Canadian Junior Hockey League Prospects Game. 

Born to Brad and Anne Brady on August 6, 1995... Brady is a marketing communications major at BSU. 

Career Highs
Goals: 2, 6x last vs Alaska Anchorage (02/01/20)
Assists: 3, at Ferris State (1/20/18)
Points: 3, 4x, last vs Northern Michigan (02/14/20)
SOG: 9 vs St. Cloud State (10/11/19)
PIM: 15, vs Northern Michigan (12/8/17)