His best campaign was in 2014/2015 for Binghamton Senators, when he played a career high 75 games and notched a tied for best 37 assists and 52 points.
The recently turned 29-year old signed a 2-year minor league deal with Cleveland Monsters heading into 2017/2018.
It wouldn’t be surprising to see him move on to Europe after that.
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The very small, generously listed at 5’9″ 173 lbs. forward played in 3 NHL contests in his rookie season scoring one goal but somehow seemed to slip on the depth chart.
He was initially signed to a 2-year entry level deal and qualified for another.
His contract expires at the end of 2013/2014.
The 25-year old will become an unrestricted free agent and free to sign anywhere.
A real bright spot in last season’s Calder Cup Playoff run, he struck for 8 goals and 5 assists in 12 games with a +6 rating before bowing out late in the second round.
He’s always been a more than a point-per-game guy through American junior hockey and four years at Miami University, where he was captain in his final season at the school.
Depending upon how he produces for his new team, he could be signed to stick around pretty quickly or might decide to see if the overseas ice is any better for his game.
He skated 6:21 minutes of ice time with no other stats but didn’t look out of place or mesmerized by all the talent out there in the B’s win 4-2 over St. Louis Blues in their home arena. They hadn’t lost a game in regulation in the building since very early December.
At 5’9″ 173 lbs. he’s not the most imposing player but will always fight for the puck and get into the open areas. He’s got hockey sense and plays the game with a lot of heart. It remains to be seen if he can pull a St. Louis.