Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Mark Stone
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 13/05/1992
AGE: 24
DRAFTED: OTT: 2010-178 overall
WHL East First All-Star Team (2011, 2012) Canadian Major Junior Sportsman of the Year (2012) NHL All-Rookie Team (2015)

2014-15: Played his first full season with Ottawa … Established new professional career highs in goals (26), assists (38), points (64) and games (80) … Tied for the NHL rookie lead in scoring (Johnny Gaudreau) while ranking second (Mike Hoffman) among NHL rookies in goals … Tied for the NHL lead (Ryan O’Reilly) with 98 takeaways … Concluded the season in a tie with Kyle Turris for second (Erik Karlsson) among Senators in points … Led Senators forwards while ranking second (Marc Methot) among Senators with a plus/minus rating of plus-21 … Finished the season tied for both the NHL rookie lead (Filip Forsberg, Anders Lee) and the Senators lead (Turris) with six game-winning goals … Recorded 46 points (17 goals) over his last 43 games of the season … In tandem with Mike Hoffman, 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 … Established a new single game career high for assists (three) and points (three) on March 19 vs. Boston (6-4 win) … Along with Hoffman, joined (2013-14) Tampa Bay’s Tyler Johnson (24) and Ondrej Palat (23) as the only pair of rookie teammates to register at least 20 goals in one season over the last seven NHL campaigns when Stone reached the plateau on April 2 vs. Tampa Bay (2-1 OT win) … Along with Hoffman, he was among the first pair of Canadian rookies to score 20 or more goals since Calgary’s Brett Hull (26) and Joe Nieuwendyk (51) did so in 1987-88 … Concluded the regular season by establishing a new Senators franchise high for rookies by tallying at least one point in nine consecutive games … Played in the 100th game of his NHL career on April 5 at Toronto (3-2 SO loss) … Was recognized as the NHL’s Third Star of the Week on April 12 … Following the season, finished second in Calder Cup Trophy voting (Aaron Ekblad) … Was named one of three forwards on the NHL’s All-Rookie team. 2013-14: Spent the majority of his season with Binghamton (AHL) … Recorded a career-best 41 points (15 goals, 26 assists) in 37 games with the B-Sens … Was recalled from Binghamton on two occasions … Recorded the first goal (and point) of his NHL career on Jan. 4 at Montreal (4-3 OT win) … Registered his first NHL assist on Jan. 8 at Colorado (4-3 OT loss) … Sustained a left shoulder injury during practice on Jan. 20 causing him to miss the team’s next eight regular season games before being re-assigned to Binghamton ahead of the NHL’s Olympic break on Feb. 8 … Following his second recall on March 23, he remained with the Senators for the balance of the season … Appeared in a new NHL season high 19 games earning a plus/minus rating of +5 … Tallied the first four goals of his NHL career, all of which occurred on the road, the first three of which were scored against former NHL All-Stars (Price, Luongo, Lundqvist) … Recorded the first multi-point game of his NHL career with two assists on March 28 vs. Chicago (5-3 win) … Was re-assigned to the B-Sens on April 14 and appeared in two of the team’s final three games ahead of the Calder Cup playoffs. 2012-13: Spent the majority of the season with the B-Sens in playing his first full professional season ... With the B-Sens, recorded a team-leading 38 points (15 goals) in 54 games ... Suffered a broken finger on (1/26/13) which kept him out until his return on (3/1/13) ... Was recalled to Ottawa (3/4/13) and made his NHL regular-season debut at Toronto (3/6/13, 5-4 loss) ... Was held pointless in four NHL games ... Was re-assigned to Binghamton (3/14/13), where he played the rest of the season ... Scored once and added two assists in three AHL playoff contests ... Was a member of the “black aces” for the NHL playoffs, and dressed for Ottawa’s 7-3 loss in game four against Pittsburgh. 2011-12: Concluded his major junior career as team captain with the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) ... Was selected to compete for Team WHL against the Russian under-20 select squad in the 2011 Subway Super Series ... Concluded his junior career by being named the winner of the Brad Hornung Trophy as the WHL's most sportsmanlike player ... Finished the season as the league's second leading scorer with 123 points (41 goals) in 66 games. It was his second consecutive 100-plus point season ... Was named an Eastern Conference first team all-star ... Joined the Senators for the playoffs and made his NHL debut in Game 5 of Ottawa’s Eastern Conference quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers (4/21/12) ... Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal by Jason Spezza in a 2-0 win ... Played for Canada at the 2012 IIHF world junior championship, held in Alberta. Concluded the tournament with a team-leading seven goals and 10 points as Canada won the bronze medal. 2010-11: Recorded 106 points (37 goals and 69 assists) over 71 games with Brandon to finish third in WHL scoring ... Was named to the WHL East first all-star team ... Recorded 10 points over six games as the Wheat Kings were eliminated in the first round of the WHL playoffs. 2009-10: An injury-plagued season limited him to 28 points (11 goals and 17 assists) over 39 games with Brandon ... The Wheat Kings were eliminated in the WHL conference finals, but advanced to the 2010 Memorial Cup as the host team ... Played in the semi-final against the Calgary Hitmen, competing opposite his older brother, Michael. 2008-09: Recorded 39 points (17 goals and 22 assists) over 56 games, tying for 12th in WHL rookie scoring.