In 8 ECHL games he has 5 wins and 3 losses with a 2.11 GAA, a .922 SV% and one shutout.
An injury that required surgery sidelined him for all but two games last season.
The 6’3″ 194 lbs. back stop is in the final year of his contract and caught in a bit of a log jam for playing time as the parent club has a pair of prospects ahead of him.
He’s only appeared in two AHL games with Providence Bruins, the first when he was initially and was between the pipes for another during the current campaign but has been recalled and served as back-up on numerous occasions.
Tough to say if the 23-year will be given a qualifying offer to stay in the prospect system but if he can put in an impressive numbers and keep his team going with a deep playoff run, it will give them something more to think about.