2013-14 Notes: First career multi-point game (1-1=2) April 2 vs. PHX...Earned first career assist March 27 at PIT...Scored first career NHL goal Nov. 14 at NYI (first career regular season game)...PLAYOFFS: Ranked tied for second in the NHL in plus-minus (plus0-10)…Rankings among NHL rookies were the following: third in points, tied for first in assists, tied for third in goals and first in plus-minus (plus-10)… Points (3-4=7) in six straight games (May 16-28)...Six-game point streak ties the longest playoff point streak by a rookie in Kings history (Daryl Evans in 1982 and Warren Rychel in 1993)…First-career multi-assist game in the playoffs (0-2=2) May 21 at CHI…First-career multi-point game in the postseason (1-1=2) April 30 at SJS...First career NHL playoff point (assist) April 26 at SJS.
2012-13: Made NHL debut in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals (May 18, 2013 at SJS)…He became the third player in Kings history to make his NHL debut during the playoffs…Among AHL rookies he ranked: tied for seventh in points, tied for seventh in goals, tied for ninth in assists and tied for eighth in plus-minus (plus-17).
2011-12: Led Barrie (OHL) in goals, assists and points…Tied for club lead in plus-minus (plus-21)…Ranked third in OHL in points, fifth in assists…Suffered season-ending leg injury in March 2012…OHL Second-Team All-Star…Recorded two hat tricks (Sept. 23, 2011 at Brampton and Nov. 18, 2011 at Ottawa)…Recorded a point in 49 of 60 games (season-high six points 3-3=6 Nov. 18, 2011 at Ottawa)…Points (15-21=36) in 17 straight games (Oct. 29 to Dec. 9, 2011).
2010-11: Sixth on Barrie in points, fifth in assists.
LAST AMATEUR CLUB: Barrie, OHL…OHL Second-Team All-Star in 2011-12.
INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Played for Team Canada at the following tournaments: World Junior Championships (2012, 6 GP, 1-5=6, bronze medal)…Other (2011 Super Series).
PERSONAL: Favorite hockey memory: Winning the Stanley Cup…Favorite player growing up: Eric Lindros…Favorite TV show: How I Met Your Mother…Favorite movie: Mystery, Alaska…Favorite NHL city that is not Los Angeles: Chicago.