|2012-13: Spent the majority of the season with Binghamton (AHL) … Was recalled to Ottawa on Feb. 3, where he scored one goal and added one assist over nine NHL games … Re-assigned to the B-Sens on Feb. 22 … Played 57 AHL games, scoring 13 goals and adding 25 assists … Tied with Mark Stone for the B-Sens team lead in points (38) … Recorded one assist in three AHL playoff games. 2011-12: Began the season with the Senators, playing in 22 games before being assigned to Binghamton (AHL) on 11/27/11… He scored three goals and two assists while adding eight penalty minutes in those 22 games ... Scored his first NHL goal at Toronto (10/8/11, 6-5 loss) ... Recorded his only career multi-point game (one goal, one assist) at Boston (11/1/11, 5-3 loss) ... In 46 games with Binghamton, he scored 13 goals and added 23 assists for 36 points ... He was recalled to Ottawa for one day on Jan. 20, but did not see game action ... Recorded six points in seven games with France at the 2012 world hockey championship. 2010-11: Made NHL debut with Senators on April 2 vs. Toronto, becoming the sixth player from France to play in the NHL … Named NCAA East second All-American team after recording 14 goals and 31 assists with Merrimack … Named All-New England and finished second in Hockey East in points per game. 2009-10: Named Hockey East and U.S. College Hockey Organization rookie of the year as well as Hockey East all-rookie team and Hockey East second all-star team after scoring 16 goals and 29 assists for the Warriors … Became first freshman in NCAA history to score a natural hat trick while on his way to a five-goal game in just his second game for Merrimack … Played for France at world championship and tied for team lead with two assists and three points. 2008-09: Played for France at world championship … Named All-USHL second team after recording 31 goals and 36 assists for Sioux City.