Recorded his first career-multi-point game (1-1=2), April 11 vs. SJS; also marked his first career NHL assist...Recorded his first NHL goal (1-0=1), March 16 vs. ARI; the goal was the game-winning goal, the last King to have his first career goal also be the game-winning goal was Jordan Nolan, Feb. 12, 2012 at DAL...Appeared in his first NHL game, Oct. 14 vs. EDM.
One of only two Manchester players to appear in all 76 regular-season games...Rankings among team leaders were the following: tied for fourth in assists, fifth in points, ninth in goals and third in shots on goal (155)...Recorded three points (1-2=3) on Dec. 20 vs. Portland, his first game with at least three points in his career...
PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all four of the Monarchs postseason games...Rankings among team leaders were the following: tied for first in points, tied for second in goals, tied for second in assists, first in PPG (one) and first in shots on goal (13).
2012-13: Among Manchester rookies he ranked: fourth in points, fourth in goals and fourth in assists... PLAYOFFS: Led Manchester in assists, was second in points... Recipient of Manchester’s Mark Bavis Unsung Hero Award.
2011-12: On Oshawa (OHL) he ranked: first in assists, tied for third
in points, tied for fourth in goals and fourth in PPG (eight)...Recorded three points in a game seven times, including back-to-back games (1-2=3 Dec. 2 vs. Sarnia and 2-1=3 Dec. 4 vs. Peterborough)...Recorded five straight multi- point games Dec. 28 to Jan. 6 (3-9=12)... Made pro debut with Manchester April 6 at Connecticut.
On Oshawa he ranked: second in points, second in goals, second in assists, first in plus-minus (+34, tied for 12th in OHL), first in penalty minutes and first in SHG (4, tied for fifth in OHL)…Recorded four points in a game three times (including 3-1=4 Dec. 30, 2010 at Peterborough)…Points (5-9=14) in eight straight games (Feb. 21-March 11, 2011)…Points (6-8=14) in seven straight games (Jan. 8-22, 2011)…Helped Oshawa advance to the OHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals…Third on Oshawa in playoff penalty minutes, tied for third in playoff plus-minus (+3).
Tied for second on Oshawa in assists…Points (3-6=9) in seven straight games (Feb. 15-28, 2010)…Points (1-7=8) in six straight games (Dec. 11-30, 2009)…Points (3-4=7) in six straight games (Sept. 18-Oct. 4, 2009).
Tied for fourth on Oshawa in PPG (5)…Recorded five multi-point games.
First season playing juniors, split time with Pickering (OPJHL) and Oshawa…Helped Oshawa advance to the OHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals.
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