|2012-13: Played in 46 games with Anaheim, scoring 11 goals while adding 19 assists for 30 points ... Recorded his fourth career four-point game (two goals, two assists) on Feb. 9 at St. Louis ... Had five multi-point games ... Recorded a seven-game point scoring streak (three goals, five assists) between Feb. 27 and March 8 ... Missed two games due to the flu ... Played in all seven of Anaheim’s playoff games against Detroit ... Scored two goals and added two assists in the post-season ... His goal on May 10 at Detroit was the 10th of his playoff career ... Began the season with Mora (Sweden) recording 12 points in 10 games. 2011-12: Registered 57 points (31 goals, 26 assists) in 82 games with Anaheim … Scored 30-plus goals for the fourth consecutive season, becoming only the second active player to do so in their first four full seasons (Alex Ovechkin) … Became the third player in Ducks history to have four consecutive seasons with 30-plus goals, tying Teemu Selanne (1996-00) and Paul Kariya (1998-02) … Was also one of seven players since 2008-09 to accumulate 30 goals each season (Iginla, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Kessel, Marleau and Nash)… Was one of six Ducks to appear in all 82 games … Had 16 multi-point games on the season ... Matched a career high with three assists 4/3/12 at Vancouver … Appeared in his 300th career contest 2/1/12 vs. Dallas … Represented Team USA at the 2012 world championship in Helsinki, scoring seven points in eight games. 2010-11: Appeared in all 82 regular season games, scoring a career-best 71 points (34 goals, 37 assists) … Finished the season ranking tied for eighth in NHL goals … Reached the 30-goal plateau for the third consecutive season … Played in four of Anaheim’s six playoff games against Nashville collecting one goal and four points … Served a two-game suspension (4/17/11 - 4/20/11) following an incident in Game 2 against Nashville … Collected his 200th career NHL point on 4/6/11 vs. San Jose … Had four points 3/9/11 vs. N.Y. Rangers … Scored his first career overtime goal on his first career penalty shot attempt (Howard), 3/2/11 vs. Detroit … Scored his 100th NHL goal, 2/25/11 vs. Minnesota ... Scored his third career hat trick, 1/12/11 vs. St. Louis … Appeared in his 200th career NHL contest, 12/10/10 vs. Calgary … Earned his second career hat trick , 11/27/10 at Phoenix. 2009-10: Scored a career-high 35 goals in 81 contests … Tied for 10th in the NHL in goals … Scored the game-winning-goal on 12/29/09 vs. Minnesota, which accounted for his 100th career NHL point … Recorded an assist in his 100th career NHL game, 11/3/09 vs. Pittsburgh … Won silver with Team USA in his first career Olympics at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. 2008-09: In his first full NHL season, scored 31 goals and 57 points in 64 games … Was recalled from Iowa (AHL), 11/15/08 and remained with the Ducks throughout the rest of the season ... Collected his first career hat trick and the first by a rookie in Ducks history, 11/8/09 at Los Angeles … Was named the NHL’s Rookie of the Month for January after scoring 11 goals and 16 points in 14 games … Was a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy … Led all NHL rookies in points, goals and points-per-game average) … Appeared in all 13 of Anaheim’s post-season contests … Scored five goals and added two assists in 13 playoff games. 2007-08: Made his NHL debut, scoring his first career goal (Bernier) on 9/29/07 at Los Angeles … Played in 23 NHL games, scoring five goals and 10 points ... Made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, appearing in the first two games of series against Dallas … Was named to the 2007-08 AHL All-Rookie team and voted a starter for PlanetUSA at the 2008 AHL All-Star Classic … Recorded 49 points (21 goals, 28 assists) in 48 games with Portland (AHL). 2006-07: Joined Portland for the final eight games of the AHL season … Spent most of the regular season with Owen Sound (OHL), leading the team in scoring for the second consecutive season. 2005-06: Made his professional hockey debut with Portland, playing in 19 Calder Cup Playoff games and recording eight points.