He didn’t record any points but did come away with a +1 rating and had a fairly high 6 shots on goal.
The 6’2″ 200 lbs. blue liner mostly showed point production increases in each of his campaigns at school and healthy plus/minus marks in his final couple of seasons but was fairly well-known as unafraid to take a shot from the point (or closer).
He signed a one-year two-way minor league deal for his rookie campaign right before the start of 2014/2015.
Invited on a tryout to attend San Jose Sharks‘ training camp, he was among the first cuts sent down.
The 24-year was further reassigned to start his pro career with Indianapolis Fuel but is already making a statement.
In two ECHL games he’s struck for his first goal and added 2 assists while firing 7 shots at the net.