Trevor Parkes (RW)
||Fort Erie, ON
2012-13: Served as a “black ace” with Grand Rapids during the 2013 Calder Cup Playoffs…Split his second professional season between Grand Rapids and ECHL Toledo, registering nine points (3-6—9) in 36 games with the Griffins and 30 points (14-16—30) in 19 games with the Walleye…Posted five (3-2—5) of his nine AHL points in an eight-game span, 10/13/12-11/3/12…Tied for fourth on Toledo in goals and 11th in points despite being limited to 19 games…Racked up eight points (4-4—8) in his first four games with the Walleye, 1/25/13-2/28/13…Tallied a hat trick during a career-best four-point night, 3/2/13 vs. Evansville…Recorded three three-point games in a four-game span, 3/2/13-3/9/13, totaling 10 points (5-5—10) in that stretch…Named ECHL Player of the Week after racking up 11 points (6-5—11) in four games, 2/25/13-3/3/13…Tied for second on Toledo in postseason scoring with five points (3-2—5) in six games.
2011-12: Recorded eight points (2-6—8) in 44 games with the Griffins as a first-year pro…Made his professional debut on 10/8/11 at Rockford and recorded his first professional point the following game, 10/14/11 vs. Toronto…Nearly became the first Griffin to ever score his first goal on a penalty shot when he had an attempt on Oct. 16 at Rochester, which was the first attempt by a rookie since Darren Helm scored on 1/26/08 vs. Chicago…Played four games with ECHL Toledo, scoring four goals…Scored his first professional goal in his Walleye debut, 11/30/11 vs. Chicago…Notched a two-goal game against the same club, 12/3/11…Re-joined the Griffins on 12/10/11 and scored his first AHL goal in his first game back, 12/14/11 vs. Rockford…Picked up three points (1-2—3) in four games, 12/14/11-12/21/11…Registered his first multi-point game (1-1—2), 2/12/12 vs. San Antonio.
2010-11: Skated in 60 contests with QMJHL Montreal and led the team with 33 goals and 62 points…Tied for third on the team with a plus-26 rating…Scored a team-best 12 power play goals…Tied for 15th in the QMJHL in goals…Finished second on the team in postseason scoring with eight points (6-2—8) in 10 games…Represented the QMJHL for two games during the Canada-Russia Subway Super Series…Was a teammate of current Griffin Louis-Marc Aubry.
2009-10: Broke in as a QMJHL rookie with 47 points (27-20—47) in 66 games…Ranked second on Montreal in goals, tied for third in points, and had a team-best plus-19 rating…Added seven points (6-1—7) in seven playoff games to lead the team.
2008-09: Spent the season with the GOJHL Fort Erie Meteors, recording 43 points (23-20—43) in 52 contests.