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| 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
180 lb (82 kg)
|Teams|| Los Angeles Kings|
New York Islanders
San Jose Sharks
|Born|| August 7 1963,|
Manchester, New Hampshire
|Pro Career||1986 – 2002|
After playing three seasons of NCAA Division II hockey at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, McDonough made his professional debut with the International Hockey League's Flint Spirits in the 1986–87 season. McDonough made the National Hockey League in the 1988–89 season, playing in four games with the Los Angeles Kings.
McDonough played 22 more games with the Kings in the 1989–90 season before being traded to the New York Islanders, along with Ken Baumgartner, in exchange for Mikko Mäkelä. After McDonough played 139 games with the Islanders over three seasons, they traded him to the San Jose Sharks for cash before the 1992–93 season.
McDonough played 30 games with the Sharks that season, and then spent the remainder of his career with in the minor leagues: seven seasons in the IHL, including four with the Orlando Solar Bears, and five games of the 2001–02 season in the American Hockey League with his hometown Manchester Monarchs.
In his NHL career, McDonough appeared in 195 games. He scored 40 goals and added 26 assists. He also appeared in five playoff games with the Islanders in 1990, scoring one goal.
McDonough has been the Director of Hockey Operations for the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League since 2001. He held the same position with the Orlando Solar Bears of the International Hockey League for the 2000-01 season, when the team won the Turner Cup.
- Hubie McDonough's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Hubie McDonough bio at Manchester Monarchs official Web site
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