-Logged a game-high 35:01 TOI, April 18 at SJS.
Regular Season: Voted as the Kings Most Outstanding Defenseman Award for the fourth consecutive year, shared the best Defensive Player Award with Jonathan Quick Appeared in all 82 games for the second year in a row Tied his career-high with nine PPG in a season (2009-10) Led all Kings defensemen in goals (14), assists (37), points (51; tied for ninth among league defensemen) and plus/minus (+24; fifth among league defensemen) and ranked third in the league in TOI/GP (28:01) Led team defensemen for the second consecutive year with nine multi-point games Surpassed Steve Duchesne (315) for 2nd on the all-time points list among defensemen, March 31 vs. CGY Appeared in his 600th NHL game, March 28 at CGY Scored his ninth power-play goal of the season, March 5 vs. ANA, tied for the team lead and ties his career-high for power-play goals in a single season (also 2009-10) Skated in a regular-season career-high 35:16 TOI, Feb. 18 at STL.
Goals: 1 (6x: Last, 3-22 at CHI)
Assists: 2 (5x: Last, 4-4 vs. PHX)
Points: 2 (7x: Last, 4-4 vs. PHX)
+/-: Plus-3 (10-24 at STL)
TOI: 29:04 (11-22 vs. COL)
Shots: 6 (2x: Last, 2-16 vs. ATL)
PIM: 4 (3x: Last, 3-13 at VAN)
THIS SEASON: Represented Team Canada at the 2009 World Championships...Selected as the Kings Outstanding Defenseman and Best Newcomer (Mark Bavis Memorial Award)...Led all NHL rookies and the Kings with 23:49 average time-on-ice...Played at least 20 minutes in 76 of 81 games (25-plus minutes in 34 games and a season-high 29:04 Nov. 22 vs. Colorado)...Tied for first among NHL rookie defensemen with 27 points and 21 assists...Tied for second among NHL rookie defensemen with six goals (which was tied for first on the team)...His 27 points were the most by a Kings rookie defenseman since Lubomir Visnovsky had 39 points (7-32=39) in 2000-01...Ranked second among NHL rookies with 114 blocked shots (which was second on the team)...Ranked second among NHL rookie defensemen with three power-play goals (which was tied for first among team defensemen)...Led NHL rookie defensemen with 126 shots...Had seven multi-point games (the Kings were 6-0-1 in those games)...Was 1-for-3 in shootouts = 33.3 percent)...Recorded two assists April 4 vs. Phoenix...Had three-game point streak (2-2=4), which lasted from March 19 to March 23...Recorded two points (1-1=2) March 19 at Boston...Recorded two assists March 5 vs. Dallas...Scored game-deciding shootout goal Feb. 24 at Minnesota...Recorded two assists Feb. 16 vs. Atlanta...Recorded two assists Jan. 20 at Minnesota...Selected to participate in the YoungStars event as part of the 2009 NHL All-Star Weekend and recorded two points (1-1=2) in the game (Jan. 24 at Montreal)...Recorded six blocked shots Dec. 2 at Phoenix...Was among the runner-ups (to Columbus' Steve Mason) for Rookie of the Month honors for November after notching seven points (2-5=7) in 13 games (tied for second most among rookie defensemen)...Had five points in three-game span (1-4=5) Nov. 6 to Nov. 11...Recorded second straight multi-point game Nov. 8 vs. St. Louis (1-1=2)...Recorded first two assists in NHL (first career multi-point game) Nov. 6 vs. Florida...Was a plus-3 Oct. 24 at St. Louis...Recorded first career NHL point with a goal Oct. 20 vs. Colorado (fifth NHL game)...Made NHL debut Oct. 11 at San Jose...Became the fifth youngest player (second youngest defenseman) to appear in a game for the Kings...Was 18 years, 10 months and three days in the Season Opener Oct. 11 at San Jose...Defenseman Aki Berg was the youngest player at 18 years, two months and nine days.