- Broke Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League scoring records held by former Hounds Vincent Lecavalier and Brad Richards in 2008
- Played at Colorado College of the WCHA for 2 years before signing with the St. Louis Blues, the team that drafted him 14th overall in 2010. He scored his first NHL goal in his first NHL game on his first NHL shot and it turned out to be the gamewinner
- Has represented Canada internationally at the World Junior A Challenge, World U-17 Championships, World U-18s, and World Junior Championships twice, the 2nd time of which he was named captain of the team.
- Assists in preserving the memory of his late sister & fellow Wall of Fame member Mandi Schwartz through various fundraising and bone marrow donor drive activities.
Wilcox, SK, Canada
“Being at Notre Dame for so long really shaped me as a human being. Without that experience I’ve no idea who I’d be or where I’d be. I feel so lucky and very grateful to have been able to go there, especially for that many years. I think anyone who gets the opportunity should take everything they can from the experience. If you’re there for hockey you learn quickly there’s more to life than hockey, and you have to find a balance. It’s one of the best places to succeed and mature as an athlete and as a person, and it prepares you for university at every level. If I have kids they’ll be going to Notre Dame for sure. It’s a once once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I recommend it to absolutely everybody.”