He first signed an agreement to join the team’s preseason roster but once they saw him play he was a part of the team.
His first year pro was cut short after only 6 games with 3 goals and 1 assists after suffering a season-ending concussion.
The 5’11” 180 lbs. undrafted forward is another player that took a somewhat longer route before ever signing a contract.
After almost two full seasons of sitting on the sidelines, his return picks up where he left off.
In 40 ECHL games he has 11 goals and 23 assists with a +13 rating.
His point production got him noticed as Worcester Sharks signed him to a pto to fill some injured holes in the lineup.
He skated in 4 AHL games and dished a pair of helpers with a +1 plus/minus, which could easily grab the attention on another higher league club.
For now though, he’ll go back to double A hockey, continue to work on his game and help his team win.
Original story 2/15-14
He finished 2013/2014 scoring 16 goals and 33 assist in 62 games and added another pair of helpers in 11 postseason contests.
We expect him to continue his point production and possibly even earn another call-up to the higher leauge.