2010-11: Tallied three points (2G, A) in nine games over two regular-season stints with the Blackhawks ... Recorded his second career goal on Dec. 13 at COL ... Netted his first NHL goal on Dec. 8 vs. DAL ... Logged 15:51 of ice time on Dec. 11 at SJS to set a career high at the NHL level ... Tallied the first point of his NHL career with an assist on Nov. 30 vs. STL after being recalled to the team for the second time ... Recorded three shots on goal in 9:54 of ice time in his NHL debut on Nov. 6 at ATL ... Registered 12 points (8G, 4A) and a +2 rating in 22 AHL contests ... Made his professional debut with the IceHogs on Oct. 9 at Manitoba ... Shared second on the Blackhawks with four points (G, 3A) in six preseason tilts ... Named to the Team USA preliminary roster for the 2011 World Junior Championships ... Missed 41 consecutive games after Jan. 15 due to injury.
2009-10: Tied for fourth in the OHL with 47 goals and ranked 12th with 83 points in 58 regular-season games with the Kitchener Rangers ... Paced the OHL with 23 power-play goals during the regular season ... Earned CHL and OHL Player of the Week honors for the week ending April 18 (7G, A), which included two hat tricks ... Netted a career-high four goals on Oct. 12 against Sault Ste. Marie ... Collected a career-best four helpers on Nov. 20 at Kingston ... Tallied 14 points (10G, 4A) during a season-high nine-game point streak from Feb. 20 to March 12 ... Ranked second on the Rangers with 12 goals and fourth with 21 points in 20 playoff tilts, helping the club reach the Memorial Cup Western Conference Finals.
2008-09: Led the United States National Team Development Program U-18 squad with 33 goals and 59 points in 55 games ... Tied for the team lead with five game-winning goals.
2007-08: Registered 17 goals and 17 assists in 30 games with the USNTDP U-17 club.
International Career: Spent two seasons (2007-09) in the USNTDP ... Tallied one assist in four games en route to earning a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo ... Scored seven points (2G, 5A) in seven games to help Team USA capture the gold medal at the 2010 World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan ... Led Team USA with 10 points (7G, 3A) at the 2009 World U-18 Championship ... Earned a gold medal as the U.S. defeated Russia 5-0 in the final ... Paced the U.S. with eight points (6G, 2A) in seven games at the 2008 World U-18 Championship, as Team USA won the bronze medal ... Made his international debut at that tournament.