|High School:||Nanaimo (BCHL)|
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010-11
Appeared in 38 games for the Bobcats … Scored five goals and recorded nine assists for a total of 14 points … Scored the game-winning goal against Bentley on Oct. 15 … Assisted on the game-winning goal against Harvard on Nov. 20 … Scored a goal and recorded an assist against St. Lawrence on Dec. 3 … Had an assist in a win over Nebraska-Omaha on Dec. 30 … Scored two goals in a win over Nebraska-Omaha on Dec. 31 … Assisted on the game-winning goal against Colgate on Jan. 7 … Recorded two assists, including one on the game-winning goal, in a win at Canisius on Jan. 16 … Had an assist at Rensselaer on Feb. 4 … Scored a goal against Brown on Feb. 19 … Recorded an assist in an ECAC first-round playoff game against Brown on Mar. 4 … Assisted on a goal in an ECAC Quarterfinal playoff game at Cornell on Mar. 11.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009–10
Played in 21 games…Missed the first 17 games of the season due to injury…Totaled two goals and three assists for the year…Picked up an assist in his first game played, a 4–3 loss to Princeton on 1/4…Scored his first career goal in a 3–1 loss to St. Cloud State on 1/15…Had a goal against Dartmouth in a 4–3 loss on 1/29…Had one assist against Union in a 7–3 loss on 2/20…Assisted on the game-winning goal against Dartmouth on 3/7.
Played three seasons with the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League…In 147 career games with Nanaimo, he totaled 60 goals and 96 assists for 156 points…In 2009, he tallied 17 goals and 32 assists for a team-high 49 points…In 2008, he played in 31 games, scoring 12 goals and assisting on 34 more…In his first year with Nanaimo in 2007, he scored a career-high 30 goals while assisting on 31 more for a career-best 61 points.
Son of Deanna and Kim Goodman…Majoring in business…Has one younger brother, Michael, and one younger sister, Alli…Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.