One of Alaska’s first hockey players to make it on the national scene, the Anchorage winger starred at the University of Minnesota, played for Team USA at the World Championships and played professionally in seven countries. During the 1981-82 season at East High, he set the state’s single-season scoring record with 104 points. The next season he set a U.S. Hockey League scoring record with 60 goals and 122 points in 48 games with the Dubuque (Iowa) Fighting Saints. At Minnesota, he turned in a 31-goal season in 1986-87, which remains the most for an Alaskan in a single season of Division I hockey.