He recorded new career highs with 20 assists and 32 points; good enough to tie his regular season mark for helpers and second most overall total.
The not exactly huge 5’11” 185 lbs. forward, previously noted for his assistant captain, leadership qualities more than his ability to connect on the score sheet, signed his first non-NHL contract, a one-year deal for 2013/2014.
He’s only ever skated a single game with Columbus Blue Jackets in the show.
The 29-year old scored the overtime, winning goal in the first game of the AHL Eastern Conference Calder Cup Quarterfinals and could very well also be on his way to new postseason personal bests.
Where he will end up next is anyone’s guess, but he could easily signed for another couple seasons to stick where he is.