Although maybe not the biggest numbers at 13 assists and 15 points, they do show a fairly good increase, doubling what he had in two campaigns for helpers and achieving almost the same in the overall category.
The not exactly huge 5’11” 185 lbs. forward achieved over point-per-game status in his final two runs with Medicine Hat Tigers of the WHL (he was team captain in 2010/2011) but continues to look for that scoring touch as a pro, while playing a mostly checking line role.
He is set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the current season upon completion of his 3-year entry level deal.
The parent club may take a bit of a while before qualifying the 23-year old to see if more can delevop or could release him to seek playing time elsewhere.
Regardless, this is a player that needs to ignite more fire in his game to elevate it.