D 6'1" 186
Born: June 9, 1998
Birthplace: Calgary, AB
Shoots: Left
Drafted: CAR 2016 (1st, 13th)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2014-15 Calgary WHL   51 5 34 39 2   7 2 4 6 0
2015-16 Calgary WHL   68 24 40 64 28   5 0 2 2 2
2016-17 Calgary WHL   43 8 37 45 14   4 0 2 2 0
2017-18 Calgary WHL   25 5 22 27 12   - - - - -
  Tri-City WHL   32 7 14 21 10   14 1 17 18 2
  Charlotte AHL   - - - - -   1 0 0 0 0
2018-19 Carolina NHL   2 0 0 0 2   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   70 13 31 44 26   15 1 4 5 10
   
AHL TOTALS   70 13 31 44 26   16 1 4 5 10
NHL TOTALS   2 0 0 0 2   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   72 13 31 44 28   16 1 4 5 10
Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina on 7/9/16.

PERSONAL

Favorite team growing up: Calgary Flames … Favorite player growing up: Pavel Datsyuk … Favorite Song: “Happy Hour” by Cole Bradley … Favorite movie: Harry Potter … Favorite TV show: Entourage … Favorite vacation spot: Scottsdale, AZ … Dogs or cats: Dogs … Favorite emoji: 🙂 … Interesting fact: He’s an avid golfer and ping pong player

2018-19

Named to AHL All-Rookie Team … Ranked second among team defensemen in scoring (44) and assists (31) … Led all team defensemen in goals (13) … Tied the franchise single-season record for goals by a defenseman (13) … Tied for third in franchise history in single-season points by a defenseman (44) and ranked fifth in franchise history in single-season points by a rookie … Tied for third in franchise history in single-season power-play goals by a defenseman (4) … Made his pro regular season debut in the Checkers’ season opener at ROC (10/5) … Recorded his first pro point with an assist vs HER (10/19) … Scored his first goal and recorded his first multi-point game with a goal and an assist at BNG (10/26) … Scored for the second straight game and set career highs with two assists and three points at SYR (10/27) … Assisted on Julien Gauthier’s game-tying goal at LV (11/14) … Notched assists in back-to-back games vs BEL (11/20 and 11/21) … Scored his first career game-winning goal vs LAV (11/24) … Extended his point streak with an assist vs LAV (11/25) … Earned his first NHL recall (11/25) … Made his NHL debut at MTL (11/27) … Made his home debut for Carolina (11/30) … Assigned to Charlotte (12/1) … Pushed his point streak to a career-long five games with an assist at HFD (12/1) … Lit the lamp at SPR (12/8) … Assisted on Martin Necas’ first-period goal vs HFD (12/15) … Matched his career high with a goal and two assists vs UTI (12/18) … Notched helpers vs BRI (12/22) and LAV (12/29) … Picked up multiple assists in two out of three games – vs BEL (1/4) and at TOR (1/6) … Assisted on Zach Nastasiuk’s power-play goal vs WBS (1/12) … Picked up a point in two straight games with an assist vs BRI (1/16) and a power-play goal vs TOR (1/19) … Recorded his first career two-goal game at PRO (1/25) … Scored the next night at HFD (1/26) … Assisted on Aleksi Saarela’s game-opening goal vs CLE (2/5) … Scored a power-play goal at HER (2/9) … Picked up an assist at SPR (2/15) … Assisted on Aleksi Saarela’s power-play goal at BRI (2/17) … Recalled by Carolina (2/27) … Assigned to Charlotte (3/1) … Scored a power-play goal and picked up an assist vs BNG (3/2) … Recorded three straight two-point games with two assists vs SYR (3/20), two assists vs HFD (3/23) and a goal and an assist vs HFD (3/24) … Notched an assist vs LV (4/2) … Scored the game-winning goal and an assist vs LV (4/3) … Recalled by Carolina (4/6) … Assigned to Charlotte (4/19) … Notched in assist in Charlotte’s Game 1 win over PRO (4/20) … Picked up an assist in Charlotte’s Game 3 win over PRO (4/24) … Recalled by Carolina (4/29) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/1) … Recalled by Carolina (5/2) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/3) … Recalled by Carolina (5/4) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/9) … Recalled by Carolina (5/10) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/12) … Recalled by Carolina (5/13) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/14) … Recalled by Carolina (5/15) … Assigned to Charlotte (5/16) … Notched an assist in Charlotte’s Game 3 win in the Eastern Conference Finals over TOR (5/21) … Recorded an assist and scored the game-winning goal in Charlotte’s Game 3 win in the Calder Cup Finals at CHI (6/5)

2017-18

Joined the Checkers at the conclusion of his junior season with Tri-City and made his professional debut in Game 3 of the second-round playoff series vs. LV (5/8).

JUNIOR

Totaled 196 points (49g, 147a) in 219 WHL games over four seasons with Calgary and Tri-City … Ranked fourth among WHL defensemen in playoff scoring with 21 points in 2018 ... Led all WHL defensemen in goals in 2015-16 … Named to WHL (East) Second All-Star Team … Ranked second on the Hitmen in goals and third in points in 2015-16 … Ranked second among team blue liners in scoring as a 16-year-old in 2014-15.

INTERNATIONAL

Represented Canada at the 2017 (silver) and 2018 (gold) World Junior Championships.