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2011-12: Recalled to Ottawa on two occasions ... Following his Nov. 4 recall, remained with the Senators for the balance of the season ... Scored his first NHL goal (while recording his first point and the first game-winning goal of his NHL career) on Oct. 30 vs. Toronto (3-2 win) ... Registered the first multi-point (one goal, one assist) game of his NHL career on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win) ... Tied for second among Senators rookies in goals (five), while ranking third among team rookies in scoring with 11 points ... Recorded six points (four goals, two assists) over seven regular season games with Binghamton (AHL) ... Played in one playoff game of the Senators quarter-final series against the N.Y. Rangers, recording no points ... Following the season, represented Latvia at the 2012 World Hockey Championship, recording one goal and one assist in seven games. 2010-11: Played in 73 games with Binghamton, establishing career highs in both assists (35) and points (54) … Scored 10 goals and added 10 assists in 23 playoff games. 2009-10: Played his first full professional season with Binghamton (AHL). 2008-09: Split the season between Binghamton (AHL) and St. Michael’s (OHL) … Attended his second Senators development camp. 2007-08: Ranked first among all Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors in scoring with 74 points, including team highs in goals (40) and assists (34) … Set new major junior career highs in games played (62), goals and points … Led the Majors in post-season scoring with three points, including a team-high two goals … Played three games with the AHL’s Binghamton Senators … Tallied one point (an assist) in the B-Sens’ final regular-season game at Hershey on April 13 … Represented Latvia at the world championship for the third consecutive year but was held scoreless for the first time. 2006-07: Named to the OHL’s first all-star rookie team … Represented Latvia at the 2007 world junior hockey championship (B Pool) … Scored his first goal in the AHL as part of a two-goal game 4/13/07. 2005-06: Competed for Latvia in IIHF U18, U20 and world championships. 2004-05: Represented Latvia in IIHF U18 world championship. 2003-04: Was the youngest player on Riga 2000’s tour of the U.S., playing against the University of Wisconsin, the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota-Duluth.