- If he could invite any three people to dinner he would choose; Steve Yzerman, Scotty Bowman and his dad – “these three people are heroes to me and I have always looked up to them."
- His most memorable hockey moment was winning the gold medal at the Canada Winter Games in 2007 with Team Ontario – “I will never forget that moment and I have never experienced something like that in my career."
- Patterns his game after Mike Modano – “I have always seemed to play like him, he is one of my favorite players and a great leader."
- His nickname is “Heny” and he has worn number 14 since he first started playing hockey
- Credits his parents for having had the most influence on his career – “they have always been there for me and have always encouraged me to do my best."
- He learned to skate at the age of three and began playing at the age of four. His first hockey team was the Davis Fuels blue team and he played with his older brother Mike.
- Played seven years for the Brantford minor hockey association and played two years in Burford minor hockey before joining the Windsor Spitfires.
NHL Team: Detroit Red Wings
NHL Player: Steve Yzerman
Shootout move: “Fake shot, backhand to forehand”
Goal celebration: Fist pump
Practice Drill: “Smitty 2 on 1”
Video Game: Nascar 2008
Movie: Remember the Titans
TV Show: King of Queens
Actor: Mark Wahlberg
Artist: Kenny Chesney
Book: Where the Red Fern Grows
Pump-up song: “Boom” by POD
Food to cook: Eggs
Sport (other than hockey): Soccer
Activity away from the rink: Movie nights
Toy growing up: Four wheeler
Place to shop: American Eagle
Place to visit: California