Playing Experience

Professional Hockey Player (1988-2000)

National Hockey League

  • Washington Capitals 1996-98 – Landover, MD
  • Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1994-96 – Anaheim, CA
  • Washington Capitals 1991-94 – Landover, MD
  • Hartford Whalers 1989-91 – Hartford, CT
  • Played in Stanley Cup Finals vs Detroit Red Wings
  • Assistant Player Representative for Washington Capital players in National Hockey League Players Association (elected position); responsible for communicating and educating collective bargaining issues to players during strike and lockout situations.

United States Men’s National Ice Hockey Team

  • Ice Hockey World Championships 1991, 1992, 1997

International Hockey League

  • Orlando Solar Bears 1998-2000 – Orlando, FL
  • Turner Cup Finalist & Team Leading Scorer in Playoffs (1999)

American Hockey League

  • Binghamton Whalers 1988-89 – Binghamton, NY
    • Most Improved Player Award
    • 7th Player Award
  • New Haven Nighthawks 1987-88 – New Haven, CT

Collegiate Hockey Player at University of Connecticut (1984-1988)

  • First and only player in history of UConn to play in National Hockey League(NHL)
  • Established Five School Records (UConn Record Books):
    • Total Points (200, currently 2nd)
    • Goals (99, currently 1st)
    • Assists (101, currently 3rd)
    • Hat Tricks (7, currently 2nd)
    • Single-Season Points (71, currently 2nd)
    • Single-Season Goals (32, currently 3rd)
    • Single-Season Assists (39, currently 3rd)
  • Highlights from 1987-1988 Season:
    • First Team All-American
    • ECAC East/West Conference First Team pick
    • New England Writers All-Star First Team
    • Lead ECAC in scoring from start of season
    • Hobey Baker Memorial Award Candidate
  • Highlights from 1986-1987 Season:
    • Second Team All-American
  • Highlights from 1984-1985:
    • Earned a spot on the Varsity Hockey team as a walk-on player
    • Key member of first UConn Hockey team to make the playoffs

Rochester Institute of Technology 1983-1984

Played Freshman year for Rochester Jr. Americans and then transferred to the University of Connecticut.