My collegiate goal in hockey is to play D1 and then go pro. To get there, I am working to move up to junior level or AAA hockey this next year to begin climbing the ladder of hockey. I am a Christian, so I center my life around Christ. That means that I do everything to the best of my ability, with authenticity, integrity and intentionality. So I never waste a skate. I always make sure that I am the hardest working skater on the team. I can assure any coach that picks me that I will be the hardest working player on their team.
I am very intentional in my pregame habits. I always eat at least two hours before a game so that my food can digest. I will stretch and do my movements while listening to music and visualizing myself playing the game exactly how I should be, while stopping every puck. My JPL Goaltending camps have shown me how to control my mind and body while playing. I have learned more from Jean-Philippe Lamoureux about goaltending and mental strength, than from anybody else. He taught me to have a very strong mental game, so I do not let other players or goals rattle me. I look past whatever stress comes my way and focus on the next shot. I focus on my diet, workouts, stretching, and mind not only to get better, but to lengthen my career. I practice what he taught me every time I go on the ice or work out, and the good results I see encourage me to get a little better every day.