Signed to a one-year extension after his entry level deal was up, he suffered greatly in 2014/2015 with a hip injury that required surgery playing in a career low 30 AHL games with farm team Springfield Falcons.
Never one to put up numbers on the score sheet, he’s definitely considered a bruising stay-at-home style d-man.
He was known to drop the gloves when necessary but for a player with his size should have been tougher to play against.
Now approaching 27-years old, the former Miami University (Ohio) RedHawks’ 2011 NCAA (CCHA) Champion was in San Antonio Rampage training camp on a try-out but has been reassigned to start 2015/2016 in the ECHL with affiliate Fort Wayne Komets.
He could easily play his way back up the ladder but will need to work hard on his game to gain notice.
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