2014-15: Ranked sixth among Senators in averaging 23.2 shifts and 18:09 time-on-ice per game ... Scored his first goal of the season which was the eventual fourth game-winning goal of his career on Nov. 20 vs. Nashville (3-2 win) … Registered his lone multi-point game (one goal, one assist) of the season on Dec. 11 vs. Los Angeles (5-3 loss) ... Became only the 15th defenceman in franchise history to appear in 200 games for the club when he accomplished the feat on Feb. 3 at New Jersey (2-1 loss) … Incurred a three-game suspension for interference of the Panthers’ Jussi Jokinen on Feb. 21 vs. Florida (4-1 win) ... Missed two consecutive games due to the flu in early March. 2013-14: Established a new career high with six goals … Ranked eighth among NHL defencemen and 23rd among all NHL players with 214 hits … Was suspended for the first time in his NHL career on Dec. 11 and missed the team’s next two contests … Helped the club put an end to the Bruins’ 11-game winning streak in Ottawa by recording his second career game-winning goal on Nov. 15 vs. Boston (4-2 win) … Surpassed his previous career high of five when he scored his sixth goal of the season on March 30 vs. Calgary (6-3 win) … Played in the 100th game of his NHL career on Oct. 25 vs. Anaheim (2-1 loss) … Reached 100 penalty minutes for his NHL career on March 8 at Winnipeg (5-3 win) … Sustained a right hip strain on March 30 vs. Calgary (6-3 win) causing him to miss the final eight games of the regular season … Did not dress on four occasions. 2012-13: Began the season with Binghamton (AHL) ... Earned three assists in three AHL games before requiring a surgical procedure to repair a torn labrum in his left hip ... Following surgery (11/17/12), he was sidelined for 41 NHL games until his return to the Ottawa lineup vs. Carolina (4/16/13, 3-2 win) ... Played in each of the team’s remaining seven regular season games, scoring one goal and adding 10 penalty minutes ... Played in each of Ottawa’s 10 playoff games, recording three assists and 21 penalty minutes. 2011-12: Recorded the first goal (and point) of his NHL career at Boston (11/1/11, 5-3 loss) ... Was one of three Senators (Foligno, Greening) to appeared in each of the team’s 82 games ... Became the first defenceman in franchise history to record four points and a +4 rating in one game vs. Pittsburgh (12/16/12, 6-4 win) ... Ranked sixth among NHL rookie defencemen in scoring with 17 points ... Was one of four NHL rookies (and the only defenceman) to play in each of his team’s games ... Ranked third among NHL rookies, was sixth among all NHL defencemen and was 20th among all NHL players with 217 hits ... Was one of four Senators to record an overtime game-winning goal this season ... Played a career-high 31:42 in a 5-4 loss to New Jersey (12/8/11) ... Had one assist and four penalty minutes in seven playoff games against the N.Y. Rangers. 2010-11: Member of Calder Cup-winning Binghamton team … Recorded first AHL point vs. Portland (5/6/11) … Recorded career highs with 18 goals, 30 assists and 48 points with the Spokane Chiefs (WHL) … Named to WHL West first all-star team … Named alternate captain for Canada at 2011 world junior championship. 2009-10: Completed his third full season with Spokane, tallying 30 points (eight goals, 22 assists) in 59 games ... Set major junior career highs in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes (74) ... Ranked first (tie) among Spokane defencemen in goals, first among defencemen and second (tie) among Chiefs in plus-minus (+23) ... Earned a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2010 WJC in Saskatchewan ... Made his NHL debut with the Senators at Tampa Bay (4/8/10). 2008-09: Suffered a knee injury in January, ending his season … Selected to play in the 2009 CHL top prospects game. 2007-08: Helped the Chiefs to the Memorial Cup (CHL) championship title, scoring an empty-net goal in the final against Kitchener … Led all rookie defencemen in plus-minus (+28) and was named the team’s rookie of the year … Was an alternate captain for Team Canada at the 2008 Under-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament. 2006-07: Helped Team West win the bronze medal at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, recording seven assists in six games and was named the player of the game three times … Selected first overall by Spokane in the 2006 WHL Bantam Draft from the Saskatoon Contacts of the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League.