2007-08: Wade Megan scored 24 goals with 29 assists in 34 games for the Kent School in Connecticut.
2008-09: Megan score 27 goals with 36 assists in his senior year at Kent School. Megan played for the Neponset Valley River Rats in the Massachusetts Tier 1 select league scoring 8 goals with 8 assists in 16 games. He committed to playing college hockey at Boston University.
2009-10: Megan played 35 games as a freshman for Boston University. He scored 5 goals with 12 assists and was -2 with 22 PIM. Two of his five goals came on the power play. The Terriers were part of a tightly-closed pack in the Hockey East standings and finished in a three-way tie for third place as seven of the ten teams finished within four points of each other. BU reached the Hockey East semifinals, falling 5-2 to Maine.
2010-11: Megan, a sophomore, was one of six players to appear in all 39 games for Boston University. He scored 8 goals with 5 assists and was -3 with 32 PMs for a Terriers squad that finished third in Hockey East. Despite winning 19 games, the Terriers were not invited to the NCAA tournament after being upset in the Hockey East quarterfinals.
2011-12: Megan had a break out season scoring-wise for Boston University as a junior — leading the Terriers with 20 goals. Playing a larger role for the Terriers after Charlie Coyle (SJS) left for junior hockey in mid-season, Megan scored nine of his 20 goals on the power play and had 9 assists; finishing minus-three with 57 penalty minutes. The Terriers finished third in Hockey East and earned an at-large NCAA tournament bid after reaching the semifinals in the Hockey East tournament.
Megan plays a power style of hockey that relies on puck position and using his size to create scoring chances. He was drafted out of prep school by the Panthers in 2009 with the hopes that he would develop his physical tools and hockey skills through his college hockey career, and thus far he has been moving down the right path.
Megan’s breakout junior season at Boston University vaulted him back into the Florida prospect picture. Megan remains a long-range project for the Panthers, but will have another year in the NCAA to improve his position in the organization.