Just like any other kid growing up loving the cold wintry game of hockey, Justin made it his dream to play professional hockey. Living close to the Greater Toronto Area and playing AAA minor hockey with an excellent group of players out of the small City of Welland, seven of whom went on to play hockey professionally, Justin was given an early start and an opportunity to chase his dream.
Justin eventually went on to play Jr.B (13 yrs. old), was drafted 5th round by the Kingston Frontenacs OHL (2000), Kingston Frontenacs OHL (2001-2005), NHL Development Camp (2005), St. FX University X-Men CIS (2005-2008), Toledo Walleye and Utah Grizzlies ECHL (2009-2010).
Justin's most memorable moments were being represented by the Orr Hockey Group and training with the agency's players during the off-seasons as well as the offering of his first NHL contract with the New York Islanders in 2005.
Now it's time to give back to the game he loves. Justin resides with his young family in St. Albert, designs roads for a living, and is currently a Chemical Engineering PhD candidate at the University of Alberta.