The 25-year old has skated in 10 AHL games, 1 during his rookie campaign with Springfield Falcons and in his third year he actually was on the opening night roster with Worcester Sharks. That stint lasted 9 games and he got his first point in the league, an assist.
He also totaled 35 penalty minutes, a leader distinction he held in the ECHL last season with a mark of 235. The almost irony of that number is he’s used to put up closer to or over 250 pims in a season and has over 1200 career.
The small but sturdy, scrappy style 5’8″ 190 lbs. forward pays the price out there and also shows the ability at least on this level to help out on the score sheet as well. He has 37 goals and a handy 65 assists with only a -6 rating, which is low for a guy that spends as much time in the box as he does.