2010-11: Missed 77 regular season games due to a lower body injury…Points (1-3=4) in four-straight games (Nov. 6-15, 2010) – played in five total games this season (Nov. 4-15, 2010)…PLAYOFFS: Returned from injury and played in Games 5 and 6 vs. San Jose.
2009-10: Among NHL rookies he was tied for 10th in goals and tied for second (led rookie forwards) in plus-minus (+13)…Scored GWG March 30, 2010 at Nashville...First career two-goal game March 29, 2010 at Minnesota... Two assists and plus-3 Feb. 6, 2010 vs. Detroit...Two points (1-1=2) Dec. 28, 2009 vs. Minnesota...Seven points (3-4=7) in seven-game span (Nov. 25-Dec. 7, 2009)...First career multi-point game (1-1=2) and plus-2 Dec. 5, 2009 vs. St. Louis...Points (1-3=4) in four straight games (Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 2009)...Assists in three straight games (Nov. 25-28, 2009)...Scored first NHL goal Oct. 29, 2009 vs. Vancouver (fourth NHL game)...Earned assist in first two NHL games Oct. 24, 2009 at Phoenix and Oct. 25, 2009 vs. Columbus...Recalled from Manchester three times during season…At time of first recall, he had 11 points (second in AHL), nine assists (tied for first in AHL) and plus-8 (tied for first in AHL).
2008-09: Fifth on Manchester in points, tied for fourth in goals, second in plus-minus (+6)…Points (1-5=6) in season-high five straight games (March 8-20, 2009)…Five points (4-1=5) in three-game span Jan. 30-Feb. 4, 2009…Back-to-back multi-point games twice during season (Jan. 30, 2009 and Jan. 31, 2009 and Feb. 14, 2009 and Feb. 16, 2009)…Season-high three points (1-2=3) Nov. 25, 2008 at Lowell.
2007-08: Split season with Manchester and Reading (ECHL)…Plus or even rating in 13 of 14 games with Manchester…Three-game goal (3g) streak (March 14-16, 2008) with Reading…Season-high three points (2-1=3) with Reading March 15, 2008 vs. Wheeling…Eight assists in seven-game span with Reading Feb. 16-March 27, 2008.
2006-07: Led University of Nebraska-Omaha in points and penalty minutes during senior season…Second in goals and assists…Fourth straight season he led team in scoring…Finished as UNO’s all-time leader in points (79-118=197)…Named team MVP for fourth straight season…Played with Grand Rapids (AHL) after completion of season at UNO.
2005-06: CCHA Player of the Year…Hobey Baker finalist and First Team All-America selection while serving as an alternate captain for UNO…Led CCHA in points…Led UNO to first-ever NCAA tournament appearance.
2004-05: Set UNO single-season record in points, which ranked 10th in the nation…OT game-winner vs. Lake Superior State in Game 2 of UNO’s first-round CCHA playoff series.
2003-04: Named to CCHA All-Rookie Team…Ranked fourth among NCAA freshman in points.
LAST AMATEUR CLUB: University of Nebraska-Omaha, NCAA…UNO’s all-time leader in points (79-118=197)…UNO’s MVP all four years he attended (2003-04 through 2006-07)…CCHA Player of the Year, Hobey Baker finalist and First Team All-America selection in 2005-06…CCHA All-Rookie Team in 2003-04.