2014-15: Made 25 saves in his 20th win of the season at Providence on April 17...Won seven straight starts (7-0-0, 15GA) from Jan. 4-Feb. 21...Made NHL debut on Nov. 16 at CAR and turned aside all 45 shots he faced for his first career NHL win and shutout...Became the first Sharks goalie with a shutout in his NHL debut, and his 45 saves were the most by a San Jose goaltender in a shutout in team history...45 saves were most by an NHL goalie in a debut shutout since the 1979-80...Received first NHL recall by San Jose on Nov.11...Played 36 games for the Worcester Sharks, finishing with a 20-13-3 with a 2.63 GAA, .906 SV%, and one shutout. Playoffs : Made 27 saves in first professional playoff start in Game 3 win at Hershey on April 29.
Led all Worcester goaltenders in goals-against average (2.62) and save percentage (.903)… Recorded his first pro shutout in a 3-0 win on November 2 vs. St. Johns, making 27 saves…Made professional debut on October 20 vs. Portland, saving 30 of 32 shots and recording his first pro win
His 2.12 goals-against average, .926 save percentage and .609 winning percentage were ranked 4th amongst all ECAC goaltenders… Amongst NCAA goaltenders who played at least 34 games, his goals-against average and save percentage ranked 8th….16th in goal-against average and 17th in save percentage in the NCAA… Made 32 saves on 33 shots in the Union College victory over Brown for the ECAC Championship…Named Most Outstanding Player of the 2013 ECAC Hockey Tournament and earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team…Received Junior Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award at Union College…ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year finalist…Three-time ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team member…Named to ECAC Hockey’s Preseason All-Conference Team.
Led all ECAC goaltenders in goals-against average (1.65, 2nd among all NCAA goalies), save percentage (.936, 3rd among all NCAA goalies) and winning percentage (.758)…Named a First-Team AHCA All-American and won the Ken Dryden Award as ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Year…Became the first Union player to be named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and was named to the ECAC First All-Star Team…Led Union College to the best regular-season ECAC record and helped win the ECAC Championship…Led Union College to its first Frozen Four.
Made collegiate debut for Union College…2009-10: Named USHL All-Star for Cedar Rapids…10th in the league in goals-against average (2.63).