He started his sophomore run once again on reassignment to the minors and went right to work.
In 29 games he’s already surpassed his assist mark by 3 and tied his point total from his rookie year.
His solid play was enough to earn him a first recall to the parent club, where he spent a pair of games without connecting before being sent back.
Continued consistency got him a second summons a month later and he made it count scoring his first NHL tally.
The 24-year old that spent four years at Providence College serving as their team captain in his junior and senior seasons is one of a few prospects from the farm club looking to earn a permanent spot in the big league.