Saturday Spotlight: Drew Callin

Saturday Spotlight: Drew Callin

Hey Railers fans Cam McGuire here checking in for our first “Saturday Spotlight” presented by Greater Good Imperial Brewing CO. Excited to let all of you know that over the next handful of Saturday’s we will be featuring various Railers players to recap their 2019-20 season as well as learn some more fund tidbits as to some attributes and traits you may not know about them from just watching them on and off the ice night in and night out! First up to the plate is Railers rookie forward Drew Callin!

Callin finished first on the team in rookie scoring posting 25 points (14g, 11a) in 54 games played. Callin’s 14 goals ranked tied for third overall and the club and the 25 points ranked fifth overall.

For the 6-foot-3 forward from Middleton, WI he really elevated his game about midway through December. Callin did not tally his first point of the year until November 26thand it took 17 games for him to score his first goal of the campaign on December 15th. Through the first 17 games of the season the 24-year-old had just four points (1g, 3a) and had been a healthy scratch in seven of the club’s first 23 games.

From December 18th to the final game of the season on March 10th Callin played in 37 consecutive games to end the season in which he collected 20 points (12g, 8a).

“I started playing with more confidence,”Callin said. “I started focusing on the little things that would help the team like one on one battles. Just having that mentality to work even harder next shift and not to worry what may have happened in the past. Getting ready to win the next shift on the ice one shift at a time allowed me to gain back my confidence as a whole.”

Well that is the Drew Callin that we know on the ice but what are some things we may not know about #72 off the ice?

Favorite sport other than hockey: Golf and Football (Avid Green Bay Packers fan)

Favorite genre of music: Country… love Luke Combs

Favorite vacation spot:  Woodruff, WI… cabin on the lake.. ‘Cals Cottage’

Go to restaurant in Worcester: The Fix… sweet potato fries are off the charts.

Hidden Talent: Mini golf

One super power what would it be: I wish I could fly so I can see my family more

Favorite hockey player growing up: Martin St. Louis… guy played with no fear

Biggest fear: Being stuck in a fire

Dinner with one celebrity who would it be: Aaron Rodgers… would love to know what it is like being a quarterback in the NFL, especially the Pack!

Most embarrassing hockey moment: When I started doing warmups on the wrong side of the ice in juniors… my bad.

CLICK HERE for Drew Callin Exit Interview.

Be sure to check back next Saturday for our next “Saturday Spotlight”! Let me know who you want to be featured by shooting me an email at camm@railershc.com!

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