|High School:||Harry Ainlay|
2005-2006: Finished as the Bears' second-leading scorer with 23 points (5g, 18a) ... Led the team with 18 assists ... Notched two assists in 4-3 win over Clarkson ... Posted 1-1-2 numbers in 4-4 tie at St. Cloud State; named 3rd star ... Tallied an assist against Yale ... Notched an assist the next night at Providence ... Tallied an assist on both of Brown's goals at Quinnipiac ... Scored an empty-netter and added an assist in 4-1 win over UConn ... Scored the game-tying goal 1:13 into the third period in 3-3 tie at Yale ... Tallied a power-play assist at #18 Colgate ... Notched one assist in each game at St. Lawrence and Clarkson ... Earned a power-play assist in 3-3 tie with Princeton ... Notched two assists the next night in 5-3 win over Quinnipiac, posting at least one assist for the fourth straight game ... Had 2-4-6 numbers in the Bears' three-game playoff series at St. Lawrence, including a goal and two assists in game three ... Ended the season on a seven-game point scoring streak ... One of 11 Bears named to the ECACHL All-Academic Squad.
2004-2005: One of five Bears to play in all 33 games, McNary posted 8-10-18 numbers, sixth on the team and third among the freshmen ... Scored four power-play goals and two gamewinners, while posting 4-8-12 numbers in ECACHL contests ... Also had 41 penalty minutes and a "+5" rating ... Named ECACHL Rookie of the Week once during the season, earning a spot on the ECACHL Honor Roll once ... Tallied the first points of his career with two goals and an assist in 5-2 win over Yale, earning 1st star honors ... Earned an assist on the game-winning goal in 4-1 victory at St. Lawrence ... Notched an assist in 3-3 tie with RPI ... Scored on the powerplay, Brown's first goal of the game, in 5-2 victory over Holy Cross ... Notched an assist against Cornell, earning 3rd star honors ... Posted two assists in 5-2 victory over AIC, earning 1st star honors ... Named 2nd star in 0-0 tie with #15 UMass-Lowell ... Notched his fourth goal of the season in 5-1 victory over PC as Brown won its first Mayor's Cup game since 2000 ... Scored on the power-play to give Brown a 3-2 lead in 5-3 win at Yale ... Added a power-play assist in 4-2 win at Princeton ... Scored the game-winning goal in 3-0 victory over Union, earning 3rd star honors ... Assisted on both of Brown's goals the next night at RPI ... Tallied an assist at Vermont ... Scored the game-winning goal in Game #1 7-4 victory over RPI in the ECACHL First Round ... Scored the lone Brown goal in loss at Colgate in Game #1 of the ECACHL Quarterfinals.
Before Brown: McNary spent two seasons with the Saint Albert Saints, of the AJHL ... An Alternate Captain during the 2003-2004 season, McNary was named the team's Co-MVP, while leading the team in scoring ... Was also the recipient of the Extra Effort Award in 2004 ... Posted 73 points (24g,49a) in 60 games in 2004 to go along with 58 penalty minutes ... Named to the 2004 AJHL All-Star Game ... Recipient of the 2003 Extra Effort Award with the Saints, posting 32 points (9g,23a) in 58 games ... Helped lead Team Alberta to a National Championship at the 2003 Canada Winter Games ... Was also a two-time MVP while playing with the Notre Dame Hounds (2000-2002).
Personal: Carman Brian McNary is the son of Carman and Averie McNary of Edmonton, Alberta ... Born in 1986 ... Brian has two brothers, Patrick and David ... Interests: Golf, Guitar, Working Out ... Major: Literary Arts and Sociology.
GP G A PTS PPG SHG GWG Pen/Min
2004-05 33 8 10 18 4 0 2 11/41
2005-06 30 5 18 23 2 0 0 12/24
TOTALS 63 13 28 41 6 0 2 23/65