2014-15: Began the season with Binghamton (AHL) before being recalled for the first time this season on Dec. 14 … Made his season debut on Dec. 17 at New Jersey (2-0 win) … Was recalled from the B-Sens on two occasions … Following his second recall on Feb. 17, he remained with the Senators for the balance of the season … Registered 21 points (11 goals, 10 assists) over 27 games with the B-Sens … Appeared in a new NHL season high of 50 games while establishing new NHL career highs in goals (10), assists (nine) and points (19) … Tied a career best with two points (one goal, one assist) on Jan. 15 vs. Montreal (4-1 win) … Was the only Senator to record multiple shorthanded goals (two) this season … His second shorthanded goal saw the Senators commence a comeback from a three-goal deficit in an eventual 4-3 overtime win over Pittsburgh on April 7 … Concluded the regular season with a goal in three consecutive games. 2013-14: Spent the majority of the season with Binghamton (AHL) … Began the season with Ottawa before being assigned to Binghamton on 10/31/13 … Was recalled from the B-Sens on two occasions … Following his second recall on 3/31/14, he remained with the Senators for the balance of the season … Appeared in a new NHL season high 28 games while recording the first 12 penalty minutes of his NHL career … His two goals tied his career best … Established new professional career highs in goals (20), assists (24), points (44) and plus/minus (+15) in 46 games with the B-Sens … Was re-assigned to the B-Sens on 4/14/14 and appeared in two of the team’s final three games ahead of the Calder Cup playoffs. 2012-13: Made his professional hockey debut with Binghamton (AHL) recording 29 points (seven goals, 22 assists) and 33 penalty minutes in 69 games ... Had appeared in all but one of the B-Sens’ contests until his April 10 recall to Ottawa where he remained for the duration of the season and playoffs ... Made his NHL debut in a 3-1 Senators win at Philadelphia on April 11 and earned his first NHL point in that contest with an assist ... Scored his first NHL goal, the eventual game-winner (on Martin Brodeur) in a 2-0 Ottawa win on April 12 at New Jersey ... Appeared in each of the Senators 10 post-season contests, tying for second in goals (four) and fifth in points (six) ... Both of his regular season goals with Ottawa were game-winning markers ... Became the second Senator in franchise history to record a hat trick with the club in the post-season and only the fifth NHL player to do so in the playoffs before his 21st birthday with three goals against Montreal in an eventual 6-1 Game 3 win over the Canadiens on May 5 ... Was named the B-Sens Rookie of the Year and recognized with the club’s 7th Player Award. 2011-12: Split the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season between the Gatineau Olympiques and Chicoutimi Sagueneens following a 1/7/12 trade from Gatineau ... Had been named captain of the Olympiques prior to the start of the season ... Recognized as the TELUS second star of the week for the period ending 10/30/11 ... Ranked first among Gatineau players with 39 points in 23 games (including 23 goals) at the time of the trade ... Matched his major junior career high with 32 goals ... Ranked fourth among Sagueneens with 14 post-season points in 16 contests ... Tied for 19th among all QMJHL players with 10 playoff assists ... Signed an entry-level contract with Ottawa on 6/6/12. 2010-11: Completed his second season of major junior hockey with Gatineau (QMJHL) registering new major junior career highs in all statistical categories ... Led the Olympiques in regular season scoring while tying for the team lead in post-season points with 29 (13 goals, 16 assists) ... Appeared in each of the team’s 24 playoff contests as the Olympiques reached the QMJHL final ... Ranked 15th (tie) and third (tie) in league regular season and post-season scoring respectively ... Was the third ever Olympique selected by the Senators. 2009-10: Made his major junior and QMJHL debut with Gatineau recording 31 points (16 goals, 15 assists) and 20 penalty minutes in 62 games ... Played his first major junior game and recorded his first point (a goal) at Baie-Comeau on 9/11/09 ... Ranked third among Gatineau rookies in points and was seventh in overall team scoring.