season with the Providence Bruins before being acquired by the Edmonton
Oilers organization and assigned to Hamilton ...tallied 1G-6A-7Pts in 10
games with Hamilton ...prior to joining the Bulldogs, played in 49 games
with Providence registering 5G-10A-15Pts ...played in 14 playoff games
for Hamilton and had 3 assists along with 6 PIM ...Assigned to Toronto
(AHL) December 16, 2003.
2000-01 helped lead Boston College to an NCAA Championship ...also in 2001
was named to the Hockey East First All-Star Team & NCAA East First
All-American Team ...was a Hockey East Second Team All-Star in 2000 ...during
career at Boston College posted totals of 25G-85A-110Pts in 167 games played.
East First All-Star Team (2001) ...NCAA East First All-American Team (2001)
...Hockey East Second All-Star Team (2000).
untapped offensive potential and good NHL size. Is a better-than-average
skater for the defense position.
reduce the number of mistakes in the defensive zone in order to play regularly
in the NHL. Should learn to use the body more effectively.
was once upon a time hopeful of playing for his hometown team, the Bruins,
before a trade sent him to Western Canada. Nevertheless, he should be a
better fit in Edmonton and could emerge as a major sleeper.
projected role: Will vie for a roster spot along the Oilers blueline
in 2002-03. He should have a better NHL opportunity in Edmonton than with