ORIGIN: KELOWNA BC (CANADA)
|LAST GOAL:||04/13/2014 (vs. ABBOTSFORD)||LAST ASSIST:||04/19/2014 (vs. IOWA)|
|GOALS:||2 (12/31/2013)||ASSISTS:||1 (04/19/2014)|
|GAME POINTS:||2 (12/31/2013)||+/- :||2 (12/28/2013)|
|SHOTS:||6 (12/28/2013)||PIM:||5 (11/29/2013)|
- In third professional season.
- Missed most of last spring's playoffs after sustaining a knee injury during the opening round.
- Did not play toward the end of the 2011-12 regular season(after Feb. 22) because of a knee injury, but returned for 2 games in the playoffs.
- Represented Canada at the 2011 World Junior Championships in Buffalo, where Canada took a home a silver medal, scoring 4 goals in 7 games (Canada's second-leading goal scorer behind Brayden Schenn).
- Played 4 full seasons with the WHL's Saskatoon Blades.
- In 2009-10, WHL season was limited to 26 regular-season games because of a broken collarbone.
- Selected by Edmonton in the 2nd round (48th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
- Opened the season recovering from knee surgery.
- Loaned by Edmonton to the Barons Nov. 18 after not seeing action at any level to that point of the season.
- Played first game of the season Nov. 21 at Lake Erie.
- Notched career highs with 2 goals and 6 shots Dec. 28 at Abbotsford.
- Had a career-best 4-game point streak from Dec. 28-Jan. 4
- Scored a go-ahead goal in the final minute of a 6-4 win over Charlotte on April 6.
- Tallied a tying goal with 2:07 remaining at Abbotsford in a 5-4 shootout win April 13.