Men's Hockey

Seney Undergoes Successful Shoulder Surgery

ANDOVER, Mass. — It was revealed at tonight’s Merrimack Hockey Banquet that junior forward Brett Seney recently underwent successful shoulder surgery. It was said that Seney played most of the season with an injured shoulder.

Despite the injury, Seney appeared in 36 out of 37 games for the Warriors this past season, leading the team with 31 points (10 goals, 21 assists).

Seney missed the Dec. 10 game vs. UMass Lowell. On Dec. 9 against Lowell, he missed the end of the third period after suffering an undisclosed injury. He didn’t leave the bench, but was not cleared to return to the game. He returned to the lineup after Christmas break, on Dec. 28 against Colorado College.

As previously reported, it was also revealed at the banquet that defenseman Aaron Titcomb played through a pair of injuries this season.

Ed. Note — Wow, it seems like Seney played almost the entire season with a shoulder in need of surgery. Even if the injury didn’t occur until Dec. 9, he still played most of the season with a shoulder that needed to be surgically repaired. Several players play through things like this, and it always amazes me. 


Mike McMahon has covered Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune since 2006 and he also has been a senior writer at College Hockey News since 2005.

You can follow Mike on Twitter @MikeMcMahonCHN and you can follow the site @TheMackReports.

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