|BIRTHPLACE:||Eden Prairie, MN, USA|
|DRAFTED:||MIN: 2009-16 overall|
|Traded to Chicago by Minnesota with Kim Johnsson for Cam Barker, February 12, 2010.|
2011-12: Established career highs in almost every statistical category in his first full NHL season … Was the only Blackhawks defenseman and one of two players overall to appear in all 82 regular-season games … Ranked second among Chicago blueliners with 34 assists and 37 points (3G, 34A) … His 34 assists are tied for the most in a season by a Blackhawks defenseman before turning 22 years old (K. Brown, 1980-81) … Paced team defensemen with 21 helpers and 22 points at the United Center … Tallied 13 points (1G, 12A) against Central Division opponents … Registered 67 hits and 78 blocked shots … Recorded five multi-point outings … Skated in his 100th career regular-season game on Feb. 7 at COL ... Tallied four assists and a +6 plus/minus rating during a four-game point streak from Jan. 14-20 … Logged a career-high 27:59 of ice time on Jan. 2 vs. EDM ... Registered five assists over a four-game point streak from Nov. 13-19 ... Fired a career-high four shots on goal twice … Netted the Blackhawks’ first goal of the season on Oct. 7 at Dallas … Shared second on the club with an NHL postseason career-high three points (1G, 2A) in six postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Tallied his first career NHL postseason point (1A) and recorded a postseason career-high 22:13 TOI in Game 2 at PHX on April 14 … Registered a postseason career-high +2 rating and netted his first career NHL postseason goal in Game 5 at PHX on April 21 … Tied the game high with a career-most 5 SOG (regular and postseason) in Game 5 at PHX on April 21.
2010-11: Recorded four goals and three assists in 46 regular-season contests with the Blackhawks in his NHL debut … Registered five (2G, 3A) of his seven points over the final 13 games of the season … Was the third-youngest defenseman to appear in the NHL during the year … Notched the first multi-point outing of his career with a goal and an assist on April 6 vs. STL, becoming the youngest Chicago defenseman in 10 years to log a multi-point game ... Collected his first career NHL assist on March 20 at PHX ... Tallied his third goal of the campaign on March 13 at WSH, becoming just the second defenseman in Blackhawks history to score at least three goals in a season before turning 20 ... Logged a season-high 23:11 of ice time on Feb. 27 vs. PHX ... Netted his second career goal on Feb. 1 at CBJ ... Recorded the first goal of his NHL career on Oct. 11 in BUF ... Made his NHL debut on Oct. 7 in COL, becoming the youngest defenseman (19y, 199d) to appear for Chicago in a season opener since 18-year-old Steve McCarthy on Oct. 4, 1999 … Skated in all seven games of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against VAN in his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut … Was the third-youngest player to appear in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs … Logged a postseason-high 19:30 TOI, two hits and one takeaway in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against VAN on April 19 … Posted 10 points (2G, 8A) in 22 regular-season contests with the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs.
2009-10: Ranked second among freshmen with 11 points (3G, 8A) in 30 games in his inaugural season at the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s University of Minnesota … Missed eight games in November due to injury … Posted all 11 of his points after returning in December, including eight (2G, 6A) over his final 13 contests … Tallied the first point of his collegiate career with a goal on Dec. 5 at Minnesota State–Mankato … Registered a collegiate career-high three points (1G, 2A) on Feb. 20 against Colorado College … Collected a season-high two assists on Jan. 29 at Alaska-Anchorage.
2008-09: Led Eden Prairie H.S. (Minn.) to the 2009 Minnesota Class 2A State Championship, the first ever for the Eagles … Won the 2009 Mr. Hockey Award, given annually to the most outstanding senior high school hockey player in the state of Minnesota … Led all Eden Prairie defensemen with 37 points (8G, 29A) in 25 regular-season games and added eight points (4G, 4A) in six postseason contests.
Won a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2011 World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., posting two assists and a +1 rating in five contests … Represented Team USA at the U18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in 2008, recording two assists in four games.