1) Any story or significance behind your jersey number?
The number 10 has always been one of my favorite numbers. I picked it as one of my favorites when my dad told me to pick a number to write on the inside of the brim of my hat so I never lose it.
2) At what age did you start playing hockey?
I started playing hockey around the age 7
3) What is your favorite hockey memory?
My favorite hockey memory is when I scored the OT winner in the championship at the Blackhawks practice facility.
4) Most embarrassing hockey moment?
When I was on a breakaway and hit the post and the other team brought it back down the ice and scored and we ended up tying the game.
5) What is a hockey accomplishment that you are proud of?
I am proud of how hard working of a player I have become.
6) Who is your favorite hockey coach and why?
My favorite coach would be coach Hingley. I love the way that he is very understanding and wants the best for all his players and he is always willing to teach you whether it involves hockey or not.
7) What has hockey mean to you over the years?
Hockey has been a safe spot. Somewhere that I know I will always go and have a good time and some laughs with the boys.
8) What would you like to say to your parents?
Thank you for the countless sacrifices you made in your lives to make mine the best and allow me to do what I love the most.
9) What are your plans after high school?
After High School, I will be attending The University of Kentucky studying finance.
We are proud of the young man you have become both on and off the ice. From a very young age, you demonstrated determination by learning to skate on your own in order to play. We are proud of the accomplishments you have made throughout your hockey career, even when there was talk about hanging up the skates. You put in the hard work and determination to become the player we know and love today. Thanks for being you – Love Mom & Dad. P.S. Keep eating grapes….