After winning the state of Minnesota’s prestigious Mr. Hockey Award while at Centennial High School, Gorowsky came to the USHL as a much-anticipated player. In the 2004 USHL Draft, Sioux Falls made him the top overall pick and he hasn’t disappointed. Gorowsky finished the 2004-05 season second on the Stampede roster in scoring with 53 points (18 goals, 35 assists) in 54 appearances. His 35 assists and seven power play goals both led Sioux Falls. Gorowsky’s outstanding rookie season earned him numerous honors including a selection to the USHL All-Rookie Team and Sioux Falls’ Outstanding Offensive Player Award at the team’s season ending awards ceremony. His stellar performance in the 2005 USHL Prospects/All-Star game earned Gorowsky Team USHL’s MVP honor.
Gorowsky attends the University of Wisconsin.
Gorowsky is a power forward noted for his excellent play around the net, superb puck skills and his competitiveness. Gorowsky has the ability to elevate his game. The bigger the game is, the bigger he plays. He is also noted for having a great work ethic and his willingness to do whatever it takes for the betterment of his team.