The Short List
- 2006 Olympic Team member
- Member of Team USA at 2004 World Cup of Hockey
Did You Know?
- Played four years of collegiate hockey for Clarkson University
- Named to the ECAC First All-Star Team, NCAA East First All-American Team, and NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team, each in 1994
- Selected by the Montreal Canadiens as 123rd overall pick in the 1990 NHL entry draft, and made his NHL debut in 1995
- Two-time finalist for the Selke Award, given to the NHL's strongest defensive forward
- Enjoys vacationing in Maui
- Likes to cook shrimp scampi; favorite food is steak
- During his free time, enjoys golfing, fishing, and boating
- Favorite cartoon character is The Roadrunner
It's Every Day
Conroy currently plays for the Los Angeles Kings, along with fellow 2006 U.S. Olympic Team member Aaron Miller. During the summer, he resides in Henderson Harbor, N.Y. with his wife Jessica and their two daughters, Taylor and Sophia.
On always keeping a positive attitude and smiling during games: "No matter what happens on the ice it's just a game, and even though you are upset and disappointed with the way the game is going you always have to look on the bright side of things."