• Father, Steve played basketball at the University of Wisconsin-Superior and University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (1991-95)


Youth Hockey Coach You'd Like To Thank: One youth hockey coach I'd like to thank is Andy Brink. Mr. Brink taught me so much about the game of hockey, and the right way to play. He also strengthened my love for the game, and made me realize how lucky I am to get to play hockey almost everyday. But most importantly, he taught me the importance of being a person of high character and a great teammate.

Best Memory From Your Own Playing Career: My favorite memory from my playing career was winning the John Reid Bantam tournament with my U14 Shattuck team last year. It was in Edmonton, Alberta, and was a great time with my teammates.

One Person You'd Like To Meet: Jack Hughes

Celebrity You'd Want To Have Dinner With: Adam Sandler

Dream Job (Non Hockey): Brain Surgeon

Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo

Favorite Movie/TV Show: Manifest

Favorite Go-To Pump-Up Music: Country music

Favorite Account To Follow On Social Media: NHL

Favorite Off-Ice Activity: Golfing with friends and family

Favorite Vacation Spot: Sanibel, Florida

Person Whose Helped You The Most In Your Hockey Career: My parents, my brother, and one of my youth coaches Andy Brink.

NHL Player You Would Want On Your Line: Jack Hughes

NHL Player's Style You Try To Replicate: Jack Hughes

Pregame Routine: Eat pasta at team meal, then get to rink around 2 hours 30 minutes early. Tape my sticks, dynamic warmup, stretch and roll out, sit in the locker room and prepare my mind, then get dressed and go play.

Favorite Workout: Lower body workout, targeting speed and strength.

Road Trip Essentials: Headphones, Phone, Pillow