PRO: Third season in Saskatchewan…drafted by the Riders in the 4th round (30th overall) in the 2011 CFL Canadian Draft.
2012: Played 14 regular season games…missed remainder of season due to injury…finished with 80 punts for 3551 yards, a 44.4 yard average…completed 11 of 17 field goals with the longest being 50 yards…had 32 kickoffs for 2007 yards.
2011: Played in 12 regular season games…finished the season completing 22 of 26 field goal attempts with the longest being for 49 yards… added 79 punts for 3410 yards for an average of 43.2…added 47 kick-offs for 2518 yards for an average of 53.6…was named CFL Special Teams Player of the Week after tallying three field goals, three kickoffs for 105 yards and eight punts for 412 yards including one for 108 yards which tied a CFL record set back in 1977.
COLLEGE: Spent four seasons with Laval… holds the provincial record for the most career points with 385, which places him 3rd in Canada. …ranked first in Quebec for field goals with 69, which placed him third nationally...in 2008, set the Canadian record for the most field goals in a single season with 25…was a Quebec All-Star Team member for each of his university seasons… also earned a spot on the CIS First All-Canadian Team in 2008 and 2010 as well as the Second All-Canadian Team in 2009…in 2006 and 2007, before entering university, participated in the Montreal Alouettes training camp…was a member of the junior national team three times in his career.
PERSONAL: Nicknamed “Meatloaf” or “Milosh”…Christopher and his wife, Veronica, make Regina their home with their german shepherd, Boss…spent time in the off-season travelling to schools to speak as part of the Community Youth Challenge program as well as hit the ice with the Rider hockey team for charity games…enjoys tennis and soccer as well as playing NHL and FIFA on PS3…comes from an Italian family and is fluent in the language…despite being bugged for being just a kicker, Christopher reminds his teammates that he has two Vanier Cup championship rings he can use to plug his ears to avoid their comments.