Men’s hockey forward Jeff Anderson ’11 is going pro, but not quite the kind of pro that youth hockey players dream of.

Anderson, who missed the second half of the Elis’ season after a December leg injury, will take his talents to J.P. Morgan next year, and pass up opportunities to play professional hockey to do so, reported.

The winger, a Canadian from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, called the decision to hang up his skates and go to Wall Street the hardest he has ever made.

“An opportunity with JPMorgan does not come along every day, and if I pursued hockey, I don’t know if it would be around in the future,” Anderson told Bloomberg.

Anderson’s decision is not unprecedented, nor is it unique on his team. His linemate Charles Brockett ’12 will intern at Goldman Sachs this summer.

Jack Morrison ’67, who finished his college career as Yale’s all-time scoring leader and played for the American hockey team at the 1968 Olympics, chose to attend Harvard Business School instead of playing professional hockey.

“Do I ever regret it? Yes, I do,” Morrison told Bloomberg. “You always wonder whether you could have made it professionally.”