September 25, 2016 4 Comments
September 20, 2016 Leave a comment
“I tried to come back a little too soon and I had a setback,” said the 24-year-old, 6-2, 185-pound native of Calgary, Alberta. “I had a fragment in the spinal cord that caused the same symptoms as before the surgery, so I just had a lot of rehab to do, and it took a little longer than I expected.”
September 17, 2016 Leave a comment
In his third season with the University of North Dakota, LaDue played a major role in the Fighting Hawks winning the 2015-16 NCAA Championship, an experience that could help him make the transition to the professional ranks at an accelerated pace.
“[Winning the championship is] never really in the past,” he said. “Obviously, you start focusing on the next season as soon as possible, but I trained with a bunch of guys from North Dakota, and that will be a special moment for me for the rest of my life. Hopefully, I can carry on the stuff that I learned about winning that championship last year into these next couple of years.”
August 26, 2016 2 Comments
Indeed, after scoring 50 goals and adding 48 assists for 98 points with a +30 plus/minus rating last season for North Bay, Amadio found himself stuck on the Reign’s fourth line in the first round of the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs. But that changed quickly.
August 20, 2016 1 Comment
19 goals for a checking forward? As it turns out, the development of the Kings’ fourth round pick (103rd overall) in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft has been, in a word, remarkable.