- 201 lbs
- Victoria, British Columbia
How Acquired: Traded from Greenville Road Warriors for forward Brayden Irwin on 12/13/13
Career: 2013-14: Started the season with Greenville before being traded to Thunder… Registered 6 points (3g-3a) in 18 GP with Road Warriors. 2012-13: Posted 20 points (4g-16a) in 59 GP with Greenville… Pro career-high for assists in a season… Added 1 assist in 5 playoff games with the team. 2011-12: Split time between the Connecticut Whale (AHL) and Greenville… Played in 17 games for Whale without registering a point… Posted 18 points (6g-12a) in 45 GP with Road Warriors… Appeared in 3 playoff games with Greenville registering 0 points. 2010-11: Split time between Connecticut and Greenville… spent 21 games with the Whale, but did not record a point… Recorded 10 points (2g-8a) in 27 GP with Road Warriors… Added 1 assist in 10 playoff games for Greenville. 2009-10: Signed and made professional debut with Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) after playing season in college… Posted 1 point (1g-0a) in 7 GP with Wolf Pack… Scored first professional goal, and lone AHL goal to this point, on 4/3/10 against the Springfield Falcons.
College: 2009-10: Posted 10 points (1g-9a) and 50 PIM in 32 GP for the University of Alaska-Anchorage… Turned pro following end of the season.
Junior: 2008-09: Recorded 54 points (13g-41a) in 56 GP with the Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)… Set junior-career highs in all major scoring categories… Led the BCHL in most points by a defenseman. 2007-08: Registered 24 points (7g-17a) in 35 GP with Burnaby Express (BCHL). 2006-07: Had 16 points (0g-16a) in 59 GP with Burnaby. 2004-05: Appeared in 1 playoff game with the Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) registering 0 points in his BCHL debut.
|2013-2014||ECHL||Greenville Road Warriors||18||3||3||6||10|
|2012-2013||ECHL||Greenville Road Warriors||59||4||16||20||42|
|2011-2012||ECHL||Greenville Road Warriors||45||6||12||18||27|
|2010-2011||ECHL||Greenville Road Warriors||27||2||8||10||15|
|2010-2011||AHL||Hartford Wolfpack/CT Whale||21||0||0||0||17|
|2009-2010||WCHA||University of Alaska-Anchorage||32||1||9||10||51|