He scored 21 goals and 24 assists with a +17 rating through 59 ECHL games in 2014/2015 and has added another 8 tallies and 10 helpers in only 17 postseason contests with a +11 plus/minus.
The 5’11” 180 lbs. forward had a good run in four years of college hockey at University Of Michigan but maxed out at 20 points during his final two campaigns.
He was also an NCAA/CCHA Regular Season Champ in 2011 and named assistant captain for his senior year.
His game really seems to have been elevated since turning pro.
The 24-year old should get another look from a top affiliate of an NHL team as he enters his sophomore season and may just help his current team to a title.