Profile: 2011-12 was his 14th pro year, ninth year with Fort Wayne. Started 2010-11 in Italy with Alleghe HC where he appeared in 26 games before returning to Fort Wayne for remainder of the season (1/3/11).
Has won five championships with the Komets (2003, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012).
Is a three-time UHL Best Defensive Forward (2002-03, 2003-04 and 2005-06) and four-time UHL All-Star. Represented the Komets for 3 consecutive seasons including 2004, 2005 (starter) and 2006. Also selected to the 2000 UHL All-Star Team as a member of the Missouri River Otters.
Is a five-time Komet’s team MVP (2003-04, 2005-06, 2007-08, 2009-10, 2010-11) and a five -time Komet’s NOB Brick Stonewall Defensive Forward of the Year (02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06, 09-10).
Holds Komet UHL records for most career goals (91), most assists in a season (73, set twice 03-04 and 04-05), most career assists (258), most points in a season (96, 03-04), most career points (349), best career plus/minus (+109), most career power play goals (33) and ranks second on the Komet’s UHL career penalty minute mark with 524 minutes.
2009-10: Named IHL Outstanding Defensive Forward of the Year for 2009-10. Received three Komet team end-of-season awards including Best Defensive Forward of the Year for the fifth time, Plus-Minus Award and team MVP for 2009-10.
2010-11: Named Komets MVP for 2010-11 (5th time). Co-led the Komets in the 2011 playoffs with 10 points and led the Komets with 26 penalty minutes appearing in all eight games.
2011-12: Dished his 500th Fort Wayne all-time (regular season and playoffs) career assist 12/2/11 at Rapid City. Scored his 700th Fort Wayne all-time career point (regular season and playoffs, assist) 12/30/11 at Evansville. Received the Komets “True Komet” award for 2011-12. Appeared in his 96th Fort Wayne career playoff game 4/29/12 at Wichita for a new Komet record, breaking Guy Dupuis’ record of 95 set last season. Registered his 100th Fort Wayne career playoff point (goal) 5/3/12 vs Wichita.