|Conor Sheary took the AHL by storm in the postseason. He's looking to follow it up in 2014-15. Photo Credit: @ItsJacki.|
At one point in the 2014 AHL playoffs, he had compiled an eight game points scoring streak before an official scoring change cut the streak in half. Sheary finished the postseason with 11 points (6G-5A) in 15 games, tied for second most goals along with rookie Anton Zlobin.