In 13 games with minor league affiliate Binghamton Senators he already has a pair of goals and 10 assists with a +4 rating on what’s turning out to be a good team at the start of 2013/2014.
He made his pro debut in the AHL at the end of last season after his four year OHL career wrapped up with Owen Sound Attack. He managed to pocket his first tally and added a helper before playing three postseason games.
The fairly large 6’2″ 209 lbs. blue liner proved his ability to mark up the score sheet finishing up juniors with nearly a point-per-game in his final two years.
He’s signed through 2016 and looks to be soundly on track to make his NHL debut in his current campaign.
The still unbelievably young 19-year old is certainly a player to watch.