I was talking with Dan the other day on Facebook, just seeing what he’s been up to. He let me know that his career has taken off in a bit of a different direction, as he’s decided to go to uni this spring. His classes have already started and he’s looking forward to an opportunity to improve his abilities and knowledge outside of hockey. He said he had given a lot of thought to his career and what will happen after, and although he had offers from minor league and overseas teams for this season, he felt this was the best way to go.
He is eligible to play for his school’s team, but he can only play for two years because of his pro experience. Dan was always a great friend to us here at CH, and we hope Crunch fans will join us in wishing him luck!