I’ve been wanting to play college hockey ever since I was in minor Peewee. My hometown team participated in a hockey tournament in Pittsburgh and we were given a tour of the university, arena, weight rooms and the dressing rooms. It all left an amazing impression in my young mind. To me, it was the greatest place in the world. I was in awe. My goal has since been to one day play college hockey in an amazing University like that one.
What sets me apart from other players is my relentless desire for success. I work very hard to be competitive and I pay particular attention on the little details of my game. I put in 150% effort into all that I do because that's what sets apart the good from the great.
I have attended many AAA tournaments in my hockey career like the WSI, NAPS, Battle of Boston, Montreal Meltdown and many others across North America. I also have won tournament MVP in the AAA Saint-Hubert Gouverneurs, as chosen by my teammates and I have also won MVP in the Bauer Hockey Challenge.
Playing top tier hockey my whole life has prepared me to manage my time wisely. With demanding athletics I had to find extra time to make sure I could keep my grades at a Ontario Scholar level. It is because of my time consuming schedule that I have attained excellent organization and management skills.
For the past couple summers I have worked as a councillor/mentor for minor hockey players at Carleton University. Through my leadership I taught the kids skills, rules, while enforcing the love of the game.