Q. How are you enjoying Dundee?
A. I’ve enjoyed my time in Dundee a lot! It’s been nice visiting a new town!
Q. How does it compare to other places you lived?
A. The castles and cathedrals are something we don’t usually have the chance to see back home so it’s really different.
Q. What’s the best part about living in Dundee?
A. The people are really nice great plus there is a great mall, cinema and lots of pubs!
Q. Do you have a second career for when you are not playing hockey?
A. I have my degree as a physical education teacher, so I will probably do that with some coaching maybe.
Q. You spent five years at university, how hard is it to balance your studies and hockey?
A. You have to be really disciplined, it is something I have learn at a young age.
Q. What is your favourite moment with Dundee so far?
A. The victory against Braehead on January 2, it was a big team win and a good comeback to get the W.
Q. What/who made you want to play hockey?
A. My father. When I was young, he signed me up for hockey and I haven’t stopped playing since.
Q. What is your pre-game meal and rituals?
A. Often going to subway after morning skate but I have no rituals except my pre game nap.
Q. What’s the weirdest pre-game ritual you’ve seen?
A. Emerson taking all his gear off after warmups! Absolute lunatic move!
Q. What do you do to drive yourself to get better every day/season?
A. Nothing really, it is just natural that I want to give my best.
Q. Who is the best player you have played with? A. Malcolm Gould Q. Who were your hockey role models whilst growing up?
A. Mario Lemieux
Q. How does the Elite League compare with the other leagues you have played in?
A. It is not too much different compared with North American hockey, college level is a bit younger though.
Q. How do you deal with the long travel journey’s?
A. I love reading books, sleeping and watching tv shows.
Q. What was it like to play in the QMJHL, one of Canada’s top prospect leagues?
A. Really nice, it was a great experience and I really enjoyed it.
Q. This is your first season in Europe, how hard was it for you to adjust to the changes from the North American style of hockey?
A. As I said, it is not to different, so my adaptation went well.
Q. What NHL team did you grow up supporting?
A. Montreal Canadiens
Q. What is your favourite moment from your career?
A. Winning the Queens Cup and going to the CIS finals with University of Québec-Trois-Riviéres.
Q. Where do you want to be in 10 years?
A. Hopefully around the hockey world or working in physical education part time and maybe coaching.
Q. What’s the best thing about the Dundee Stars fans?
A. They bring a huge crowd and are very supportive.