The 5’10” 184 lbs. forward leads AHL rookie scoring with 51 points and his 37 assists are first with a +11 rating.
He leads Hamilton Bulldogs with his point totals and helpers too.
In 2013 at the end of his playoff run, right before he inked a three-year entry level deal, signed an ato to join their minor league affiliate for the rest of the regular season.
He managed to play in 9 games and got his first pro goal and a couple of assists.
The next season he would be in the parent club’s training camps but when released it was ultimately decided that one more season in juniors would help the youngster continue to develop.
Even though he’s yet to realize an NHL recall he can’t be far off and this is one spark plug that should be able to contribute right away.
The still only 20-year old was his team’s representative at the 2015 AHL All-Star Game and only had a hat trick and an assist to help lead the Western Conference to a 14-12 win and nabbed co-mvp of the game.