He added his second tally a month later to go along with a pair of assists he notched in one game earlier in 2014/2015, and now has new career highs for goals and points but will need to add another helper to pass his previous mark set in only 6 games late last season.
The 6’1″ 205 lbs. forward plays a gritty power forward style that has been fairly successful in the minors.
He also won consecutive Calder Cup Championships with them in 2009 & 2010.
If he can continue to contribute there is little reason to believe the 30-year old won’t stick around on a team that could use some swagger.
He has easily worked hard for any inch of ice his been given and was the first player out of Rochester Institute Of Technology to sign a big league deal.
Original story: 12/27-14
He would stay with the big club for another month before being returned to the farm team but managed to play in a career high 18 games (36 total) getting a 2nd goal and 2 assists, both new bests.
It may not be out of the question to see him put up some big numbers overseas.