In 26 ECHL games he scored 10 goals and 13 assists.
The 2013 Hobey Baker Award Finalist needed to regain the scoring confidence that had him net 22 goals and 30 assists in his third year and another 27 helpers in his final campaign at University Of Nebraska-Omaha.
Without a contract for his first season, he signed an ato to join Bridgeport Sound Tigers after his college career wrapped up.
He skated 11 games potting his first pro goal and added a pair of assists on a very young squad.
As an invite to Minnesota Wild training camp the inner state native did all he could to stay on the radar.
The 23-year was sent down under the watchful eye of the parent club and ultimately inked a one-year AHL standard player contract.
He was recently recalled and in 16 games he has a goal and 5 assists, which is pretty good, but easily more is expected of this prospect.