The 5’11” 175 lbs. net minder also played more than half his first campaign with Florida Everblades and ultimately helped lead the team to a Kelly Cup Championship. He was also named Playoff MVP for his outstanding 1.78 GAA and .939 SV% over 13 games to the title.
Carolina Hurricanes took notice and signed him to a 1-year entry level deal but the impending lockout basically derailed any promise of him guarding the cage in the show despite being recalled on one occasion.
Now coming full circle (albeit a small one) he is back where he started, but there could be too many stacked pads for him to steal the starter job or even ride the pine until his next opportunity.
Oh, did we mention the East Falmouth, MA-born native was in Providence Bruins‘ training camp on an invite?
We are still lead to believe that with continued good play the 25-year old with once again find himself signed to an NHL contract.