He’s a solid point-per-game guy on the very good ECHL squad with 33 goals and 35 assists in 68 games with a +27 rating.
This is his second tour with the southern team. He joined them out of 3 years at Robert Morris University, where he basically detonated the score sheet.
In 5 games before the postseason he put up three assists but when the playoffs hit he exploded for a team best 6 goals and 9 assists as a kid fresh out of college signed to an ato.
The small-ish 5’10” 186 lbs. forward signed a one year minor league deal with Charlotte Checkers for his rookie campaign and played 10 AHL games registering 2 goals and 4 assists before being traded to San Antonio Rampage, who sent him straight to Cincinnati Cyclones.
So in his first year, he was signed, traded twice and skated for 5 teams in two leagues.
The now 26-year old has spent the entire 2014/2015 season in Florida with one team.
It’s a bit of a head scratcher as to why he hasn’t got a call up.
Original story: 4/5-15
For his sophomore campaign he would play a season high 71 ECHL games scoring 35 goals and 37 assists for 72 points with a crazy +28 rating.
The now 27-year jumped out of the gate quickly with his new team in a new land scoring 4 goals and 4 assists in just 6 games.
Not sure what the regulations are overseas but if he stays this hot, he would definitely be a candidate to move up a step in the country.