The 5’11” 200 lbs. forward signed with his fourth different team in the off season, inking a one-year deal with Greenville Road Warriors.
He’s put up 5 goals and 7 assists in 17 ECHL games, which puts him on pace to notch career highs for all scoring categories in his three campaigns in the league.
Almost ironically he never really connected for many points in four years at Lake Superior State University, finishing up his college career with a modest 30 goals and 23 assists in 147 games.
The 27-year old may only be up for a brief stay in Connecticut, but if he continues connecting with the score sheet and is released, another squad maybe hurting with their offense production could have a longer look.