2014-15: Skated in 45 games with the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), registering four goals and 19 assists for 23 points, along with a plus-26 rating and 53 penalty minutes ... Established OHL career- highs in goals, assists, and points ... Posted a career-high four-game point streak over the first four games of the season from Oct. 10 at Kitchener to Oct. 22 vs. Niagara (two goals, five assists) ... Established a single-game career-high with three assists/points on Oct. 18 vs. London ... Posted a plus-two rating or better in each of the first six games of the season (plus-15 rating over the span) ... Registered a three-game assist/point streak from Jan. 11 vs. London to Jan. 17 vs. North Bay (one goal, three assists) ... Established OHL playoff career-highs in games played (19), assists (five), and points (five) ... Tied for third among team defensemen in assists in the playoffs ... Notched his first career OHL playoff assist on Apr. 3 vs. Sarnia ... Tallied an assist and posted a plus-three rating on May 11 vs. Oshawa.
2013-14: Established OHL career-highs in goals (two), assists (17), points (19), and plus/minus rating (plus-40) ... Ranked sixth on Erie in plus/minus rating, and finished fourth among team defensemen in assists and points ... Tallied his first career game-winning goal and posted a plus-two rating on Oct. 23 vs. Plymouth ... Posted a plus-one rating while making his OHL playoff debut on Mar. 21 vs. Saginaw ... Recorded his first career playoff point with an assist on Apr. 2 at Sault Ste. Marie and tallied his first playoff goal by registering the game-winning tally on Apr. 7 vs. Sault Ste. Marie
2012-13: Established career-highs in games played (68), assists (seven), points (eight), and penalty minutes (48), and tied a career-high in goals (1) ... Was one of two Erie players to skate in all 68 games ... Recorded his second career goal on Oct. 13 vs. Mississauga ... Matched a career-high with points in consecutive games on Oct. 19 at London and Oct. 20 vs. Windsor ... Tallied an assist on Erie’s first goal of the season on Sept. 20 at Niagara.