Eric Gryba
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 6' 4"
BIRTHDATE: 14/04/1988
DRAFTED: OTT: 2006-68 overall

2013-14: Played his first full season in the NHL … Established new NHL career highs in assists (nine), points (11), plus/minus (+9), penalty minutes (64) and games (57) … Led Senators defencemen while ranking third on the team in plus/minus … Appeared in each of the team’s final 34 regular season games after not dressing in 25 of the club’s first 47 contests … Recorded the first multi-point game of his NHL career when he earned two assists on Jan. 25 at Carolina (6-3 loss). 2012-13: Opened the season with Binghamton (AHL), recording 11 points (five goals) and 75 penalty minutes in 38 games ... Was selected to the 2013 AHL Eastern Conference All Star Team and recorded one assist in a 7-6 loss to the Western Conference in Providence, R.I (1/28/13) ... Was recalled to Ottawa for the first time on 2/15/13 ... Made his NHL debut at Toronto (2/16/13, 3-0 loss) registering 16:25 time-on-ice and one shot on goal ... Registered the first assist (and point) of his NHL career vs. N.Y. Islanders (2/19/13, 3-1 win) ... Recorded the first goal of his NHL career vs. Tampa Bay (3/23/13, 5-3 win) ... Saw action in four of Ottawa’s 10 playoff games, and was held scoreless ... Received a two-game suspension following Game 1 of Ottawa’s playoff series against Montreal. 2011-12: Spent the season with Binghamton (AHL), setting professional career highs in games (73), goals (five), assists (15) and points ... At season’s end, was named B-Sens top defenceman. 2010-11: Competed in his first full season of professional hockey with Binghamton, tallying seven points (three goals, four assists) in 66 games … Ranked second among B-Sens in penalty minutes (133) … Skated in the team’s final 10 post-season contests after returning from injury to help the B-Sens capture the Calder Cup. 2009-10: Completed his collegiate career with the Boston University Terriers (Hockey East), tallying a collegiate career high 10 points (four goals, six assists) while appearing in each of his team’s games for the second consecutive season ... Set new collegiate highs in goals, points and penalty minutes (118) while matching his career high in assists ... Recorded first career shorthanded goal in a 7-3 win over Massachusetts on 1/2/10 ... Matched BU’s single-season high for penalty minutes ... Concluded collegiate career as Terriers’ all-time leader with 354 penalty minutes ... Signed an entry-level contract with Ottawa on 3/31/10 ... Made his professional debut with Binghamton on 4/2/10 against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton ... Recorded his first professional point (and goal) in a 3-2 B-Sens’ victory at Adirondack on 4/9/10. 2008-09: Set new collegiate highs in assists, points and penalty minutes … Helped the Terriers capture the 2009 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship … Appeared in each of his team’s games for the first time in his collegiate career … Registered his first collegiate multi-point game with two assists in a 5-3 home win vs. UMass-Lowell on 2/6/09 … Ranked seventh (tie) among all Terriers in plus/minus (+21). 2007-08: Led Boston University in penalty minutes (54) ... Tallied his only goal of the season in BU’s first win of the year on 11/1/07 at Providence. 2006-07: Led Boston University in penalty minutes (76) … Named to Hockey East Honour Roll on 1/22/07. 2005-06: Selected to play in the USHL all-star game.