2011-12: Spent the majority of the season with Binghamton (AHL), scoring five goals and recording 22 points in 73 games, while collecting 127 penalty minutes ... Was recalled to Ottawa (and to the NHL) for the first time in his career on Jan. 17 ... Made his NHL debut, becoming the 97th player to do so for the Senators and the first position player to do so against the Sharks, on Jan. 19 at San Jose (4-1 win) ... Saw 13:01 of ice time and registered two hits in his debut. 2010-11: Completed a three-year career with Clarkson University (ECAC), where he served as team captain ... Tied for the Knights’ scoring lead from the blue line with 11 points on three goals and eight assists through 31 games, and finished with 67 penalty minutes ... Appeared in nine regular-season contests with Binghamton ... Played in 21 of 23 post-season contests in helping Binghamton capture the Calder Cup in his first (partial) season of professional hockey. 2009-10: Played in 35 games, recording 19 points and eight goals ... Honored with Clarkson’s Mike Morrison Coaches’ Award for teamwork, hustle and dedication ... The award was named in honour of the former Clarkson captain who died in a work accident on 7/27/88. 2008-09: Recorded two points in 33 games as a freshman ... Named to ECAC weekly Honour Roll on one occasion (1/19/10) ... Was the first Ottawa native ever drafted by the Senators. 2007-08: Recorded 26 points, including 24 assists, and 80 penalty minutes in 46 CJHL games with the Smiths Falls Bears ... Was voted the CJHL’s best defenceman in and a first-team CJHL all-star.