His output garnered the team captain a Middlesex League All-Team spot
for a third straight year and a selection as the league MVP. He was also
named Boston Globe All-Scholastic, second team. His statistics for that
senior season saw him post gaudy numbers of 28 goals and 23 assists for
That followed a junior year in which Edgerly scored 29 goals and a
sophomore season of 25 goals. In his sophomore and junior seasons,
Edgerly played for the prestigious U.S. Under-18 Select Team. Playing in
the School All-America Tournament at Boston University’s Walter Brown
Arena, Edgerly led his team in scoring with three goals and three
All of that drew interest from pro scouts and Edgerly was drafted in
the sixth round by the Chicago Blackhawks. Instead, he opted to attend
Northeastern University where he was offered a four-year scholarship.
After two seasons as a Huskie, Edgerly turned professional and spent
five years in the minor leagues with a career best 35 goals and 41
assists for 76 points for the Lakeland Ice Warriors in 1994-95.
Edgerly now gives back to the game of hockey as an assistant varsity
coach for Winchester High School and currently resides in Stoneham.