2006-07: In 56 games in his first season with Omaha (USHL), the center tallied 25 goals and as many points, all while racking up 105 penalty minutes.
2007-08: In his second season with the Omaha Lancers (USHL), Conboy netted 17 goals and 38 points in 58 games. But his most impressive stat was in the PIM column, which was a career-high 188. His club took the USHL Clark Cup title.
2008-09: Conboy gave up his collegiate eligibility by appearing with Hamilton (AHL) for 15 games (one assist) at the end of the season, but before hand he tallied three goals and five points as a freshman at Michigan State University (CCHA). He still had penalty trouble with MSU, racking up 76 in just 21 appearances. Expect to see him with Hamilton in 2009-10 for his first full season of professional hockey.
2009-10: After a short stint with Hamilton at the end of last season, Andrew returned to the Bulldog lineup for his first season as a pro. Lacing up for 68 games, Conboy tallied 8 goals and 13 points to go with his 73 penalty minutes; an improvement from his last tour of duty in college hockey.
2010-11: Conboy provided crash and physical play while chipping in with 13 goals in his second season of pro hockey with the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL). Conboy's 116 PMs were second-most on the Bulldogs behind heavyweight Jimmy Bonneau and he also had 10 assists with a +3 plus/minus in 64 games. Conboy appeared in all 20 playoff games as the Bulldogs reached the AHL semifinals and had 1 goal with 3 assists and was -4 with 41 PMs.