2012-13: Began the season with the Binghamton Senators (AHL), registering 11 points (four goals, seven assists) and 10 penalty minutes over 23 games ... Scored the first goal of his professional career on Nov. 16 against Adirondack ... Was recalled by Ottawa on Jan. 28 and made his NHL season debut on Jan. 29 in a 3-2 home win over Washington … Remained with Ottawa for the duration of the season ... Scored the first goal of his NHL career on Jan. 30 in a 5-1 home win over Montreal ... Led Ottawa rookies (ranking fourth among Senators) in team scoring … Was eighth among all NHL rookies in points ... Tied for the Senators team-lead with three power-play goals ... Had three multi-point games including two games (March 28 vs. N.Y. Rangers and April 5 at Buffalo) ... Played in each of Ottawa’s 10 playoff games, scoring one goal and adding three assists ... Recorded first playoff point (an assist) as part of two-assist effort at Montreal on May 2 (Game 1, 4-2 win) ... Scored first NHL playoff goal on May 7 vs. Montreal (Game 4, 3-2 OT win). 2011-12: Made his NHL debut, becoming the youngest player in franchise history (18 years, 172 days) and also the youngest player from Sweden to skate in an NHL game at Detroit (11/7/11, 5-3 loss) ... Logged 13:00 of ice time and registered his first professional point with an assist ... Played in nine games with Ottawa before returning to Djurgårdens for the balance of the season ... Played 26 games, recorded 13 points (five goals) with Djurgårdens ... Represented Sweden at the 2012 IIHF world junior championship, held in Alberta ... Had four goals and five points in six games ... Scored the game-winning goal in overtime, lifting Sweden to a gold-medal triumph against Russia in a 1-0 win. 2010-11: Made his Swedish Elite League debut, playing 26 games for Djurgårdens and recording nine points (five goals, four assists) and two penalty minutes ... Made his SEL debut on Dec. 7 against Lulea and scored his first goal on Jan. 15 in a 4-3 win against Modo ... Registered 21 points (12 goals, nine assists) while appearing in 27 games with Djurgårdens Jrs. ... Earned a silver medal and was an alternate captain with Sweden at the 2010 World U-18 Championship in Riga, Latvia … Tallied eight points (four goals, four assists) to tie for the team lead in scoring.