Although he’s mostly known as a good amount of size (6’1″ 192 lbs.), causing havoc while he’ on the ice type of a player, he did finish last year with a nicely done 16 goals and 17 assists in 66 games and helped his team even more in the postseason with 5 points in 13 contests.
It wouldn’t be surprising to see him eclipse the 20/20 club this season.
As seen in a couple of prospect camps, he’s the type of player that gained notice by always skating hard and putting himself in the middle of every situation.
He just turned 19 years old and wears the inverse of his number in juniors at B’s camp.
He needs to be signed and would be a nice addition to their AHL Providence Bruins.