So far he’s played in three contests recording no points and has a -2 rating.
He has skated 174 AHL games with 15 goals and 51 assists and made 18 appearances late last season with Oklahoma City Barons in a similar situation and added another 17 playoff match ups with the team.
A former Calder Cup Champion with Philadelphia Phantoms in his second pro season while under contract with parent club Philadelphia Flyers, he played with them for 6 seasons before moving onto a few one-year deals.
The 6’2″ 210 lbs. blue liner is a veteran of 365 NHL games with 105 points to his credit.
At 32-years old it’s a bit of a wonder if he’ll be able to secure a spc or will be heading elsewhere.