|Secondary Positions||RW, LW|
|SOG||SHG||SHA||SH %||Pts||PPG||PPA||GWG||GTG||GPG||G||FO %||APG||A|
|Shoots||Bench Press (max)|
Ive been on the USA hockey honors academics roll ever since i started 4 years ago
I'm a hard working centerman with a goal scoring mentality but can also make great plays and set my teammates up for goals. I'm a tough player that likes to use the body, and make the important plays. I am a great puck handler and I can shoot the puck very well. I work on getting better every single day on and off the ice. And I try my hardest to be the best I can be, and I always have been a very easily coachable player.
I would love to be recruited because i feel that it's a great opportunity to be seen and watched. And I would love to play for my college and one day be playing in the NHL
I am a natural leader. I was the captain on every team I've played for until I got onto my highschool team. And I'm most likely going to become a captain next season. I show leadership by helping out other teammates on anything they need the help with. I start the warmups before games, and I make sure everyone is doing what they should be doing. Such as who's on water duty, or picking up pucks. I also am a great motivator for the players who need the boost to get them going on and off the ice. I am a great leader for any team, no matter what my age is compared to my teammates.
I pursue being a healthy academic athlete by keeping a tight schedule. I make sure I do all my homework, and my studying. And I never miss my hockey practice or games, and I always make sure to practice at home, and get a workout in. And I eat farely well, better than the average person. That's how I stay a healthy player.
I have volunteered locally for things such as pasta dinners for families in my cities. And I've worked them and helped out to provide for the city. I've also helped out at local rinks to benefit younger players and goalies to get better at the sport they love to play. That's what I do for the community, and I think it's important because it teaches the same types of leadership as on a hockey team.
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