2010-11: Recalled on three occasions by Ottawa, making his season debut Dec. 5 at N.Y. Rangers … Registered first NHL points with goal and assist on Feb. 12 at Edmonton … Recorded first two-goal game Feb. 23 vs. Florida … Notched three game-winning goals. 2009-10: Completed his collegiate career with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats (Hockey East) … Helped lead the Wildcats to NCAA East Regional finals following their eighth Hockey East regular-season title … Named to the all-regional team following New Hampshire’s elimination from the tournament … Set new collegiate highs in goals (29), assists (24), points (53) and games played (39) … Led the Wildcats in scoring while ranking third among Hockey East players in points … Led all NCAA players in goals … Was a Hobey Baker Memorial Award Finalist … Was presented with Walter Brown Award as best U.S.-born college hockey player in New England … Was selected as Hockey East’s player of the year … Signed a two-year contract with the Senators on March 29 and made his NHL debut with the Senators on April 1 vs Carolina. 2008-09: Completed junior season with New Hampshire, recording 30 points (nine goals, 21 assists) while appearing in 38 games … Registered eight multi-point games. 2007-08: Ranked third among Wildcats with 14 goals and sixth with 26 points … Recorded four goals in three Hockey East tournament games … Named to Hockey East all-tournament team. 2006-07: Made his collegiate debut with New Hampshire, playing his first game (and scoring his first goal) on 10/20/06 in a 4-3 win at Colorado College … Led Wildcat rookies in scoring with 12 points … Scored the game-winning goal in double overtime of the Hockey East regional semi-final against Massachusetts on 3/16/07.