Q. What are your personal goals for the season and what facets of the game are you looking to improve?
Q. Several months removed from the trade of your draft rights from Calgary in your home province to Arizona, what are your thoughts about the next stop in your career?
Q. The freshman class has three drafted defensemen. What will you impart to ease their transition to NCAA hockey?
Q. BU’s defense returns four starters, but loses its top scorer and perhaps its most physical player, a four-year starter. Can this year’s D-corps be as effective or better at both ends of the ice?
Q. BU led the conference in scoring defense last season, but was fourth in penalty killing at 84.6%. What will it take to improve that number and get closer to 90%?
Q. After two seasons of a power play clicking in the 20s, last year the scoring percentage slipped to 17, what is needed to reinvigorate the power play?
We’ve seen your words on the College Hockey Inc. site promoting the college game. What has the college experience meant to you—on and off the ice?
Q. We always ask this in the captain’s Q&A: which returning player (or players) will surprise BU fans by taking his game to a higher level?