Limited to only 35 ECHL games due to injury, he was still able to put up 16 goals and 8 assists in the regular season before adding another 7 goals and 10 assists in 22 postseason contests.
He would re-sign with the team and once again be invited to parent club Minnesota Wild‘s training camp but only skated 6 games before being sent to Quad City Mallards, who acquire his rights to continue.
A twice 20-goal scorer in the lower league, he was also a former point-per-game guy in his final two campaigns of the QMJHL, will probably do very well with his new team.
The still young 24-year old may take a healthy, fantastic season overseas next but could also get a more extended look at a higher level.
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