2009-10: Ranked second among team defensemen in goals (7), assists (31) and points (38) in 68 regular-season contests … Tied for the team-lead among blueliners with three power-play goals … Posted eight multi-point games … Missed March 17 game at Anaheim due to injury, ending consecutive games streak at 388, second-longest among active NHL blueliners prior to its conclusion ... Registered assists in four straight games from Dec. 23 to 29 ... Netted two goals and an assist over a three-game point streak from Dec. 16 to 20 ... Collected a pair of assists in a win at Pittsburgh on Dec. 5 ... Recorded five helpers over a three-game stretch from Nov. 19 to 22 ... Logged a season-high 28:14 of ice time on Nov. 6 at Colorado .... Tallied multiple assists in back-to-back games on Oct. 12 and 14 and points in three consecutive games (5A) from Oct. 12-15 … Missed final 14 games of regular season due to injury... Posted one goal and four assists in 19 postseason tilts while helping the Blackhawks to the 2010 Stanley Cup Championship … Collected the primary assist on Patrick Kane’s Cup-clinching goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on June 9 in Philadelphia … Led all defensemen and tied for the overall NHL lead with a +11 plus/minus rating in the Playoffs.
2008-09: Paced Blackhawks defensemen with 45 assists and 52 points and ranked third among team blueliners with seven goals while appearing in all 82 regular-season contests during his Blackhawks debut … Tied for second on the club with 45 assists and ranked fifth with 52 points … Led NHL defensemen with 31 assists and 35 points on the road … Tied for third among league blueliners in assists (45) and finished 10th in points (52), the most by a Chicago defenseman in 13 years … Recorded 24 of his 52 points on the power play (4G, 20A), third-best on the club … Named to the starting lineup for the Western Conference in the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal, posting an assist in his third career appearance in the league’s midseason classic … Tied for fourth among NHL defensemen with eight assists and 10 points in 17 matchups at the conclusion of the conference finals … Appeared on the ice for 113 of Chicago’s 260 goals this season, the most on the club.
2007-08: Ranked second among NHL defensemen with 54 assists and tied for third with 62 points – both career-highs – in 83 regular-season games … Started the season with the Buffalo Sabres, his eighth campaign with the team, notching five goals and 38 assists before being traded to the San Jose Sharks Feb. 26 … Acquired by the Sharks from the Sabres along with a seventh-round selection in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft for Steve Bernier and a first-round selection in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft … Collected 19 points (three goals, 16 assists) in the final 20 regular-season contests of the season with San Jose …. Accrued seven points (one goal, six assist) in 13 Stanley Cup Playoff games with San Jose … Established a career-best with a six-game point/assist streak from March 21 to April 1, racking up one goal and six helpers … Racked up 13 multi-point outings, which included nine games with two-or-more assists … Notched a season-best in points with four assists Oct. 13 against Washington (while with Buffalo) … Represented the Sabres in the 2008 NHL All-Star Game, his second-consecutive appearance in the mid-season classic … Potted a goal in the 2007 NHL Winter Classic Jan. 1 in Buffalo’s 2-1 shootout loss against Pittsburgh … Named Buffalo’s captain for the month of December.
2006-07: Paced Buffalo defensemen with 42 assists and 48 points in 82 games … Named captain for the month of December … Registered seven points (four goals, three assists) in 16 playoff games to help the squad reach the Eastern Conference Finals.
2005-06: Potted a career-high 12 goals, leading team defensemen … Paced club blueliners in assists (32) and points (44) … Five of his 12 markers were game-winners, tied for the most on the team and third-best among league blueliners … Skated in his first career NHL All-Star Game … Netted his first career two-goal game on Nov. 17 against Washington … Accrued six assists in 18 postseason contests to help the team reach Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
2004-05: Skated with Jokerit Helsinki of the Finnish League during the NHL lockout, collecting 12 goals and 25 points in 44 outings.
2003-04: Registered eight assists and 11 points in 53 games with the Sabres.
2002-03: Spent his first full season in the NHL, racking up 17 assists and 19 points in 65 outings with Buffalo.
2001-02: Notched six points (three goals, three assists) in 29 tilts with the Sabres … Recorded 35 assists and 37 points in 45 contests with the AHL’s Rochester Americans.
2000-01: Appeared in eight games with the Sabres, accruing two penalty minutes … Tied for the lead among Americans defensemen with 32 points (seven goals, 25 assists) … Selected to the Canadian Team in the AHL All-Star Classic.
1999-2000: Made his NHL debut, collecting one goal and five points in 12 contests with Buffalo … Ranked second among Americans defensemen with 26 points (two goals, 24 assists) in 67 outings … Dished out three assists in 21 Calder Cup Playoff games to help Rochester reach the Calder Cup Finals.
1998-99: Captured the Memorial Cup with the Ottawa 67’s while being named the Canadian Major Junior Player of the Year … Led OHL defensemen with 87 points (12 goals, 75 assists) en route to being named the OHL MVP and an OHL First All-Star … Awarded the George Parsons Trophy as the Memorial Cup Tournament’s Most Sportsmanlike Player … Made his professional debut when he skated in two postseason games with the Rochester Americans.
1997-98: Netted 53 points (14 goals, 39 assists) in 66 regular-season contests with Ottawa and 15 points (one goal, 14 assists) in 13 postseason outings.
1996-97: Racked up 36 assists and 43 points in 66 regular-season tilts with the 67’s and 13 points (two goals and 11 assists) in 24 postseason matchups helping the squad reach the OHL Finals.
1995-96: Made his junior debut, posting 22 assists and 27 points in 66 regular-season tilts before accruing one assist in four postseason matchups