After signing a one-year, two-way minor league deal with Bridgeport Sound Tigers, he barely got to show anything on a training camp invite to parent club New York Islanders, who were reported to sign him over the summer but already had a glut of goaltenders, before being released.
In 25 ECHL games he may not have posted a winning record at 9-14-1-1 but had a respectable 2.84 GAA and .907 SV% with a pair of shutouts. He had similar numbers in 8 games on recall but managed a 4-2 record on a farm team that struggled and even won three straight starts.
The 6’1″ 188 lbs. backstop inked a one-year deal with Quad City Mallards for his sophomore campaign and looks to be on his way to setting new high marks.
In 18 contests he’s 9-6-2 with a 2.48 GAA and .919 SV%.
He earned a call up to Iowa Wild and was thrown into the net as they were getting shellacked and unable to stop the bleeding.
The 24-year old has worked hard to gain notice and will continue to earn every inch he gets.