He spent most of his rookie season under a similar deal with Bridgeport Sound Tigers, skating in 38 games posting 3 goals and 8 assists.
The first year player was also reassigned on a couple of occasions to continue work on his pro game with affiliate Stockton Thunder. He notched a pair of tallies and 3 helpers in 15 ECHL contests and added another goal and assist in 9 postseason games.
Maybe not exactly huge numbers in the lower league but there’s a bit of a tenacious attacker style of game the 6′ 195 lbs. forward brings to his game that may start equaling more chances.
He comes from a great college hockey pedigree in the making, playing all four seasons at University Of Lowell and being named team captain in his junior year.
The 25-year old is off to a nice start for his sophomore campaign. He notched a pair of goals including the game-tying goal late in his AHL preseason debut, a 4-3 OT loss.
If he stays hot to start 2014/2015, he could easily run up 10-10-20 numbers.
Original story: 10/4-14
His second season would end with 6 goals, 19 assists in 59 games.
It seems almost certain that he’ll regain that scoring touch he had in college and continue to move up the European ladder.