Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Mike Hoffman
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 24/11/1989
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: OTT: 2009-130 overall
QMJHL First All-Star Team (2009, 2010) QMJHL Player of the Year (2010) Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (2010) AHL First All-Star Team (2014)

2014-15: Played his first full season with Ottawa … Led the Senators and all NHL rookies with 27 goals … In tandem with Mark Stone, he was among only the second pair of Senators rookies to record at least 20 goals in one season (Alexandre Daigle and Alexei Yashin in 1993-94) … Ranked fourth (Johnny Gaudreau, Stone, Filip Forsberg) among NHL rookies in scoring with 48 points … Ranked second among NHL rookies with a plus/minus rating of plus-16 … Was among six NHL rookies invited to participate in the NHL All-Star weekend in Columbus, finishing second in the Fastest Skater skills event (Jonathan Drouin) … Had his first career two-goal game on Nov. 6 vs. Minnesota (3-0 win) … The team’s Nov. 13 game at Edmonton (4-3 OT win) saw him register his third career two-goal game, his first overtime winner, and marked his second two-goal game in a span of eight days … Established a new individual game career high when he registered three points (including the fourth two-goal effort of his career) on Feb. 28 at San Jose (4-2 win) … Played in the 100th game of his NHL career on March 28 at Toronto (4-3 OT loss) … Became the first Senators rookie since Yashin (1993-94) to register at least 27 goals when he scored his final goal of the campaign at 18:12 of the third period to help force overtime on April 7 vs. Pittsburgh (4-3 OT win) … Recorded four two-goal games and two three-point games … In tandem with Stone, he was among the first pair of Canadian rookies to score 20 goals since Calgary’s Brett Hull (26) and Joe Nieuwendyk (51) did so in 1987-88 … Was the team’s fastest skater at the annual Sens Skills competition … Played his first NHL playoff game on April 15 at Montreal (4-3 loss) … Recorded his first NHL playoff point when he scored the game-winning goal in Game 4 on April 22 vs. Montreal (1-0 win) … Following the season, he finished sixth in voting for the NHL’s rookie of the year. 2013-14: Spent the majority of the season with Binghamton (AHL) … Established new professional career highs in goals (30), assists (37) and points (67) with the B-Sens … Was recalled from Binghamton (AHL) on two occasions … Won the fastest skater competition at the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic Skills Competition on Feb. 11 in St. John’s … Following his second recall on Feb. 24, he remained with the Senators for the balance of the season appearing in 22 of 23 contests … Appeared in a new NHL season-high 25 games … Recorded the first goal and assist of his NHL career on March 8 at Winnipeg (5-3 win) … Registered the first two points of his NHL career (one goal, one assist) in a span of 38 seconds on March 8 … Was named to the 2013-14 AHL All-Star First Team as voted by league coaches, players and media on April 10. 2012-13: Spent the majority of the season with the B-Sens … Suffered a broken collarbone (1/26/13) and was out of action until returning to the lineup on 3/22/13 … Recorded 13 goals and added 15 assists over 41 AHL games with the B-Sens … Was recalled to Ottawa 3/26/13 … Played in three NHL games before re-injuring his collarbone at Boston (4/2/13, 3-2 loss) … Missed the remainder of the regular season and playoffs. 2011-12: Set professional career highs in games (76), goals (21), assists (28) and points (49) … Was Binghamton’s leading point-getter and tied for the team lead in games played … Was recalled to Ottawa for the first time in his NHL career (12/23/11) … Made his NHL debut that evening at Carolina, skating in 9:01 in a 2-1 overtime loss. 2010-11: Recorded 25 points (seven goals, 18 assists) in 74 regular season games and tallied nine points (one goal, eight assists) in 19 post-season contests in helping Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in his first season of professional hockey. 2009-10: Completed his final year of CHL eligibility, winning the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Michel-Brière Trophy as the league’s most valuable player as a member of the Saint John Sea Dogs ... Recorded 85 points (46 goals, 39 assists) in 56 games, ranking him first among Sea Dogs in goals and points ... Was third in the QMJHL in goals, tied for second in power-play goals (17) and seventh in overall scoring ... Was also named a first team QMJHL all-star and was a finalist for the CHL player-of-the-year award. 2008-09: Helped Drummondville win the league title and reach the 2009 Memorial Cup semi-final, where the Voltigeurs fell to eventual champion Windsor ... Scored 52 goals and 42 assists for 94 points in 62 games ... In 19 playoff games, had 21 goals and 13 assists. 2007-08: Split the season between Gatineau and Drummondville of the QMJHL, recording 48 points in 62 games. 2006-07: Started his CHL career in his hometown with the Ontario Hockey League’s Kitchener Rangers.