|BIRTHPLACE:||Winnipeg, MB, CAN|
|DRAFTED:||CHI: 2006-3 overall|
2011-12: Shared second on the Blackhawks with 29 goals and ranked fourth with 57 points (29G, 28A) in 59 regular-season tilts … Became one of three players in Blackhawks franchise history with 20 or more goals in each of his first five NHL seasons (Kane, Savard) … Finished fourth on the club with five power-play markers and tied for fourth with four game-winning goals … Collected an assist for the 300th regular-season point of his NHL career on Dec. 14 at MIN … Honored as the NHL’s Second Star for the month of November, and as the NHL’s Third Star for the week ending Nov. 14 … Finished with an NHL-leading 59.4 winning percentage in the faceoff circle, and paced the Blackhawks with 675 faceoff wins … Finished seventh in the NHL with 139 faceoff wins on the power play … Ranked seventh in the NHL with 82 takeaways … Ranked third among team forwards and fourth overall with a +17 plus/minus rating … Posted 16 multi-point outings … Tallied a career-high five points (2G, 3A), four of which came in the third period on Nov. 25 at ANA … Notched a trio of three-point outings … Recorded five multi-goal games … Led team forwards with an average of 20:50 of ice time per game … Paced Chicago forwards with 1:52 of shorthanded ice time per game … Logged a career-high 26:55 TOI on Dec. 11 vs. SJS … Registered five goals and nine points (5G, 4A) during a season-long six-game point streak from Jan. 10-20 … Tallied five goals and 10 points (5G, 5A) during a five-game point streak from Nov. 10-18 … Fired a career-high 10 shots on goal on Feb. 2 at EDM ... Became the first player in Blackhawks franchise history with two penalty-shot goals in one season (Feb. 16 at NYR, Dec. 30 vs. DET) … His penalty-shot conversion just 1:05 into the game at NYR on Feb. 16 was the quickest in franchise history … Ranked second on the club with three shootout goals, and two game-deciding markers … Selected to his third career All-Star Game, but did not participate due to injury … Missed 23 regular-season games (Jan. 24; Feb. 21-April 7) due to injury … Shared the club lead with two goals and four points in six postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Led the team with a postseason career-high +4 rating … Led all Blackhawks forwards and ranked fifth among league forwards with an average TOI of 22:17 … Ranked second in the NHL with a 65.0 winning percentage (80 of 123) … Equaled the team high with a postseason career-most 6 SOG in Game 3 vs. PHX on April 17.
2010-11: Paced the Blackhawks and shared 10th in the NHL with a career-high 76 points (32G, 44A) in 80 regular-season contests … Finished eighth among league forwards with a career-best +25 rating … Collected a team-best 28 assists and shared the club lead with 49 points at even strength … Ranked second on the club with 10 power-play markers … Finished ninth in the league with a 56.7 winning percentage in the faceoff circle, and an NHL-high 937 faceoffs taken … Paced Blackhawks forwards with 20:45 TOI per game ... Posted a team-best 24 multi-point outings … Tallied 36 points (15G, 21A) and a +18 rating in 31 contests after the All-Star break … Honored as the NHL’s First Star for the month of February after tallying a league-high 21 points (6G, 15A) and a +13 rating in 13 games ... Voted by fans as one of three starting forwards for the 2011 NHL All-Star Game in Raleigh … Recorded three points (1G, 2A) for Team Lidstrom in his second career All-Star appearance ... Netted the 100th goal of his NHL career on Jan. 16 vs. NSH, the fifth-youngest player in franchise history to reach the milestone ... Tallied Chicago’s only hat trick of the season and the third of his NHL career (regular-sesaon and playoffs) on Nov. 17 in EDM ... Recorded the first four-point game of his NHL regular-season career with two goals and two assists on Nov. 6 at ATL ... Reached the 200-point plateau (86G, 114A) with a goal and an assist on Oct. 29 against EDM … Missed two games (Dec. 30-Jan. 2) due to injury … Posted four points (1G, 3A) in seven games in the Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. VAN … Collected two assists in Game 3 vs. VAN on April 17 … Netted a game-tying SHG with 1:56 remaining in the third period to force overtime in Game 7 at VAN on April 26.
2009-10: Ranked second on the club with 25 goals and third with 43 assists 68 points in 76 regular-season games … Ranked third on the team and 12th among NHL forwards with a +23 rating … Tied for the team lead with 9 PPG … Ranked second on the Blackhawks with 18 multi-point outings, including three three-point games … Paced the team and ranked eighth in the league with 69 takeaways … Finished seventh in the NHL with a 57.2 winning percentage in the faceoff circle … Registered 24 points (6G, 18A) in 22 games against Central Division opponents … Tied for the NHL lead with eight shootout goals and ranked fourth with three game-deciding shootout markers … Collected the 100th assist of his NHL career on March 5 against VAN … Recorded the first SHG of his NHL career on April 6 at DAL … Posted four consecutive multi-point games (1G, 7A) from Feb. 14-March 5 … Tallied seven assists over a three-game stretch from Dec. 26-29 ... Collected a season-high three assists on Dec. 27 against NSH ... Compiled a season-high fou- game point streak (2G, 3A) from Dec. 13-20 ... Won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the Stanley Cup Playoffs … Ranked second in the NHL and tied a Blackhawks franchise record set by Denis Savard in 1985 with a career-high 29 points (7G, 22A) in 22 postseason contests … Paced all players and established a franchise record with 22 helpers in the playoffs … Tied for the postseason lead with 5 PPG … Tied Stan Mikita’s franchise-record 13-game postseason point streak (7G, 18A) from April 22-May 23 … Tallied the 19th hat trick in Chicago postseason history on May 7 in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals at VAN … Tied a franchise record with a career-best five points (3G, 2A) on May 7 against VAN … Posted seven multi-point outings in the postseason, including two three-point efforts and a five-point contest … Registered 17 points (5G, 12A) over a seven-game stretch from April 22-May 7.
2008-09: Recorded 69 points (34G, 35A) in 82 regular-season games ... His 34 goals paced the team, and his 12 PPG ranked second ... Named the 34th captain in Blackhawks history on July 17, making him the third-youngest player to earn that distinction in NHL history at the time … Named to the starting lineup for the Western Conference in the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal and notched a third-period goal in the contest … Paced the club with 7 GWG and a 54.7 faceoff winning percentage … Recorded Chicago’s only hat trick and the first of his NHL career on Feb. 27 vs. PIT … Finished with six multi-goal games … Ranked second on the club with 18 multi-point performances, including posting a season-high three points four times … Named the NHL’s Second Star for the week ending Dec. 7 … Matched a season-high five-game point streak twice … Tallied a season-high two assists three times … Dished out an assist in a season-most four straight matchups from Oct. 18-25 … Netted his 100th career point on Feb. 17 at TBL … Accrued the first fighting major of his NHL career on Nov. 18 against PHX’s Martin Hanzal … Named the Blackhawks’ “Man of the Year” by the Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois … Tied for second on the club with seven goals and ranked third with 13 points in 17 tilts during his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut … Paced the club with 43 SOG … Led Chicago with three goals and tied for the team lead with three points during the conference finals ... Netted his first two Stanley Cup Playoffs goals, including the GWG, on April 18 against CGY... Tallied a playoff-best two assists on April 20 against CGY in Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals ... Recorded three points (2G, 1A) in Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals against VAN on May 11 ... Netted the series-clinching goal at the 13:49 mark of the third period in Game 6 vs. VAN on May 11.
2007-08: Led NHL rookies with 24 goals, second best on the Blackhawks, and 7 PPG while ranking third with 54 points in 64 regular-season games … His 30 assists and 54 points ranked third on the team … Missed 16 games (Jan. 1-Feb 9) due to injury … Nominated for the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie … Tied for second among league rookies in GWG and ranked fourth in power-play assists and points … Registered 10 multi-point games, tallying five two-point outings while notching a season-high three points five times … Potted a season-high two goals on Feb. 14 at NSH … Dished out a season-high three assists on Feb. 24 at ANA … Began his Blackhawks and professional career with a point in each of his first 10 games (5G, 5A), the second longest streak to start a career in NHL history (T. Selanne) … Scored his first NHL goal on his first shot in his first game on Oct. 10 against SJS.
2006-07: Capped his collegiate career by ranking second on the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s University of North Dakota with 18 goals and 28 assists and third with 46 points in 34 games as a sophomore … Served as the team’s alternate captain … Earned American Hockey Coaches Association First-Team West All-American honors … Named to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s Final Five All-Tournament Team and Second Team All-WCHA … Tallied 33 points (14G, 19A) in the team’s final 21 games after returning from leading Canada to a gold medal at the World Junior Championship.
2005-06: Made his collegiate debut ranking third on UND with 22 goals and fourth with 39 points in 42 contests as a freshman … Earned the NCAA West Regional Most Outstanding Player Award … Won UND’s Tom Hoghaug Memorial Scholarship, awarded annually to the freshman hockey player who has demonstrated initiative, character and a sense of responsibility … Led WCHA rookies in goals (14) during conference play … Scored 21 points (11G, 10A) in the last 13 games of the season.
Was the third-youngest player to earn a men’s hockey medal at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, winning a gold medal with Team Canada … Became the youngest Canadian in history to earn gold medals at the World Junior Championship, World Championship and Olympics … Was honored with a Directorate Award as the Olympic tournament’s top forward and was named to the All-Tournament Team … Led Team Canada and ranked third overall in the tournament with eight points (1G, 7A) … Led all tournament participants with a +9 rating … Was Canada’s top performer in the faceoff circle (64.8 winning percentage) ... Earned his fourth career gold medal in 2008 when he captained Team Canada in the World Junior Championship … Captured two gold medals with Team Canada in 2007, first at the World Junior Championship (4G, 3A) and then as the only non-NHL player at the World Championship (2G, 5A) … Won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2006 World Junior Championship … Represented Canada West at the 2005 U17 World Challenge, registering eight goals and four assists in six games.