Significant Achievements

  • Paralympic gold medalist (2018), world champion (2019)
  • Has skated three seasons with the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team after making his national team debut in 2016-17
  • Has represented the United States in one Paralympic Winter Games (gold - 2018), two world championships (gold - 2019, silver - 2017), three Para Hockey Cups (first - 2016 (Dec.), 2017, 2018) and the 2018 Turin Para Ice Hockey International Tournament (first)
  • Skated three seasons with the U.S. Development Sled Hockey Team (2013-2016)
  • Seven-time attendee of the USA Hockey Sled Select Camp (2010-2016)

Paralympic Winter Games

Has skated in one Paralympic Winter Games, helping the U.S. to a gold medal (2018)

2018 - PyeongChang, South Korea - Gold Medal

  • Collected five points (2-3) in five games

World Championship

Has skated in two world championships, helping the U.S. to both a gold (2019) and silver medal (2017)

2019 - Ostrava, Czech Republic - Gold Medal

  • Tied the U.S. lead with seven goals in five games to finish second among all tournament skaters
  • Tabbed U.S. Player of the Game in its 10-2 semifinal win over the Czech Republic
    • His five-goal effort established a new U.S. record for most goals in a single game in world championship play

2017 - Gangneung, South Korea - Silver Medal

  • Skated in all seven games

Para Hockey Cup

Has skated in three Para Hockey Cups, helping the United States to a pair of championships (2016 (Dec.), 2017, 2018)

2018 - London, Ont. - First Place

  • Skated in five games, tallying four points (2-2)
  • Named U.S. Player of the Game in the championship tilt, tallying three points (2-1), including the game-winning goal

2017 - Charlottetown, P.E.I. - First Place

  • Skated in four games

2016 (Dec.) - Charlottetown, P.E.I. - First Place

  • Skated in all five games

Other International Events

Has represented the United States in one other international event

2018 Turin Para Ice Hockey International Tournament - Turin, Italy - First

  • Registered six points, including two goals and four assists, in five games