Published March 01, 2008, 12:00 AM
You scored more than 50 goals, including playoffs, last season for the Fort Saskatchewan Raiders of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Now you've gone 21 games without scoring. How frustrating is that? It's a big slump. I'm just trying to do the simple things and get some more shots on net. Hopefully one will go in. You've been playing on a line a lot with Evan Trupp. How is that chemistry? He's a really good player, sees the ice well. We always find each other. We're starting to build a lot of chemistry. Freshmen chemistry off the ice seems to be good. You're around each other a lot on and off the ice. How is that chemistry? We hang out a lot, all six of us. We're all really good guys and we all like each other. We have a good time together. Any particular interesting or unusual incident that has happened that you can talk about regarding your first season at UND? When we were in study hall this year all the older guys buried our car, so we had to dig it out. You couldn't even see the car. It was just a big pile of snow. It was (Jake) Marto's car. It was parked in the parking lot in the back (of Ralph Engelstad Arena). We had to clean it all off. It took a while.