2009-10: Recalled to Senators twice, playing six games and making NHL debut in a 3-1 loss at New Jersey on Nov. 25 … Tied for second overall on B-Sens in scoring with 68 points (34 goals, 34 assists) … Led all B-Sens in goals (34) and game-winning goals (6) … Tied for team lead in power-play goals (11) … Named to Canadian all-star team for the 2010 Time Warner Cable AHL All-Star Classic on Jan. 18 and 19, scoring twice in 10-9 win over Planet USA … Named B-Sens co-MVP along with centre Josh Hennessy … Missed eight games to injury. 2008-09: Led Espoo in goals (21), assists (34) and points (55). 2007-08: Played for Canada at the Spengler Cup, scoring once in the 2-1 final to defeat Salavat Yulaev (12/31/07) … Led Espoo in goals (22), assists (22) and points (44). 2006-07: Started the season in Grand Rapids and was sent to Syracuse in late February … Had seven multi-point games. 2005-06: Played most of the season in Muskegon (UHL), but was called up to Grand Rapids (AHL) for 10 games and the playoffs … Played first AHL game against Manitoba (11/15/05). Junior career: Spent major junior career with hometown Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League … In four seasons, played 257 games, registering 120 goals and 117 assists for 237 points while amassing 283 penalty minutes … Led the team in scoring in all but his first season.