In 13 AHL games the small 5’9″ 187 lbs. plays a hard-skating style but could only connect for 3 assists.
It was a different story when reassigned.
He was able to notch a team second best 18 goals and 17 assists for 35 points in only 43 ECHL games with a highly accountable +14 rating, and also grabbed another 6 points (3-3) in 13 Kelly Cup Playoff match-ups.
Taking a very odd route to turning pro, he spent one season in the USHL with Muskegon Lumberjacks before accepting an invite to join University Of Maine but left after two year under less than desirable circumstances returning to American junior hockey and signed with Youngstown Phantoms.
Seems an odd path for the Richmond Hill, Ontario-born player.
The still super-young 21-year old has a decent amount of time to continue to improve his game but may look elsewhere if he’s unable to grab a full-time spot in the higher league.
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