2012-13: Split the season between Chicago and Switzerland’s EHC Biel … Ranked fifth in the NHL with a team-high 55 points (23G, 32A) in 47 regular-season games ... Shared the team lead with 23 goals ... Ranked fifth in the league in goals and seventh in power-play goals (8) … Posted a +11 plus/minus rating … Paced team forwards with 20:03 of average ice time ... Shared 13th in the league with a team-high 17 power-play points (8G, 9A) … Was one of two NHL players to register two separate point streaks of eight-plus games (March 10-29, 6G, 9A; Feb. 2-15, 7G, 5A) … Shared fourth in the NHL with a 1.17 points-per-game average … Became the second Blackhawk in franchise history to reach the 50-point mark in each of his first six seasons (D. Savard) … Shared sixth in the NHL with a team-high 15 multi-point games, including five three-point games and three multi-goal outings … Skated in his 400th NHL game on Jan. 19 at LAK … Notched his 400th career point with an assist on March 14 at CBJ … Equaled a regular-season career high with 25:21 of ice time on March 20 at ANA … Finalist for the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, given annually to the player judged to have exhibited the most sportsmanship with a high standard of playing ability … Won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs … Shared second in the league with a team-high 19 points in 23 postseason games en route to the Stanley Cup championship … Shared second in the NHL with nine goals and ninth with 10 assists … Netted his second career playoff hat trick, including the series-clinching goal in double overtime, on June 8 vs. LAK … Posted a playoff career-best +7 rating … Recorded a career-high 37:49 TOI on June 12 vs. BOS … Ranked fourth on the club with 23 points (13G, 10A) in 20 regular-season games with Biel … Ranked third on the team with 13 goals … Notched eight multi-point games … Earned silver with HC Davos in the Spengler Cup Championship … Registered five points (4G, 1A) in as many games during the tournament, including the game-winner in the semifinal game.
2011-12: Ranked second on the club with 43 assists and third with 66 points (23G, 43A) in 82 regular-season games … Was the only Blackhawks forward and one of only two players on the roster to appear in every regular-season tilt … Became the third player in Blackhawks franchise history with 20 or more goals in each of his first five NHL seasons (J. Toews, D. Savard) … Became one of three active NHL players to register at least 20 goals and 40 assists in each of his first five NHL campaigns (S. Crosby, A. Ovechkin) … Ranked third among American-born NHL players in assists and points … Ranked second on the team with 15 goals and 38 points at the United Center … Paced club forwards with 20 assists on the road … Ranked eighth in the NHL with a career-high 77 takeaways … Won a career-high 240 faceoffs … Finished sixth in the NHL with a team-high six shootout goals, and his four game-deciding markers were tied for second in the league … Potted a goal for the victorious Team Chara at the 2012 NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa, his third career appearance … Voted as the winner in the Breakaway Challenge during the 2012 All-Star Skills Challenge … Logged a career-high 25:21 on Dec. 11 vs. SJS ... Paced all Blackhawks forwards in total, even-strength and power-play TOI … Registered six points (3G, 3A) during a five-game point streak from March 9-18 … Notched eight points (1G, 7A) during a five-game point streak from Nov. 29-Dec. 8 … Equaled a career high with three assists on Nov. 4 at TBL ... Led the team with four assists in six postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals and shared the club lead with four points … Shared second among club forwards with a postseason career-high average TOI of 21:58 … Notched two assists and tallied a postseason career-high 7 SOG in Game 1 at PHX on April 12.
2010-11: Collected a team-best 46 assists and ranked second with 73 points in 73 regular-season contests … Finished the campaign as one of just 15 point-per-game players in the NHL … Tied for the scoring lead among American-born NHL players … Became the second player in Blackhawks history (D. Savard) and one of only five in the NHL since 1990 to record at least 20 goals and 45 assists in each of his first four seasons … Paced the Blackhawks with 22 goals and shared the club lead with 49 points at even strength … Posted 21 multi-point outings and shared the club lead with six three-point efforts … Became the second-youngest player in franchise history to collect his 200th career assist (D. Savard), after tallying a helper on April 10 vs. DET … Recorded the 300th point of his NHL career with a goal on April 5 at MTL, becoming the second-youngest player in Blackhawks history to do so (D. Savard) … Became third-youngest player in franchise history to reach the 100-goal plateau (J. Roenick, B. Hull) on March 14 vs. SJS … Became the second-youngest player in franchise history to reach the 300-game plateau on March 4 vs. CAR … Compiled a season-high seven-game point streak from Feb. 27-March 9 (3G, 6A) … Recorded back-to-back three-point games on Feb. 9 at EDM and Feb. 9 at DAL … Collected one assist for Team Lidstrom in the 2011 NHL All-Star Game, his second career appearance … Registered a season-high 8 SOG on Nov. 6 at ATL … Missed nine games (Oct. 15; Dec. 8-26) due to injury … Paced the Blackhawks with five assists and shared the club lead with six points (1G, 5A) in seven games during the WCQF … Collected two assists in Game 4 on April 19 vs. VAN.
2009-10: Led the Blackhawks and American-born NHL players and ranked ninth in the NHL with a career-high 88 points … Posted career bests with 30 goals and 58 assists … His 88 points were the most by a Blackhawks player since 1993-94 (J. Roenick, 107) … His 58 helpers were the most since the 1995-96 campaign (C. Chelios, 58) … Ranked second on the team with a career-high six game-winning goals … Registered a career-best +16 rating … Paced the team with 28 power-play points (9G, 19A) … Tallied at least one point in 60 different games, second most in the league … Led the club with 23 multi-point games, including a team-best five three-point outings … Became the youngest player (21y, 68d) in Blackhawks franchise history to reach the 200-point plateau with an assist on Jan. 26 at EDM … Collected the 100th assist of his NHL career on Oct. 12 against CGY … Tied a career high with three assists on Jan. 16 at CBJ … Compiled a career-long 11-game point streak (9G, 9A) from Dec. 22-Jan. 9 … Scored seven goals over a five-game stretch from Dec. 22-29 … Skated in his 200th career regular-season game on Dec. 27 vs. NSH … Netted three consecutive GWG from Dec. 23-27, the first Blackhawks player to do so since 1995 … Recorded 13 points (5G, 8A) over a nine-game scoring streak (Oct. 30-Nov. 21) … Scored goals (5G) in five straight games from Nov. 11-21 … Tallied four points (2G, 2A) to lead the team in scoring during NHL Premiere 2009 in Helsinki, Finland, from Oct. 2-3 … Tallied a goal at 4:06 of overtime in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on June 9 at Wachovia Center in Philadelphia to give the Blackhawks a 4-3 victory over PHI and clinch the organization’s first Stanley Cup since 1961 … Ranked third in the league with a career-high 28 points in the postseason … Ranked fifth with a career-best 10 postseason goals … Tied for second with a career-high 18 assists … Registered at least one point in 18 of 22 postseason tilts … Paced Chicago with nine multi-point games in the playoffs … Led the Blackhawks with eight points (3G, 5A) in the Stanley Cup Final … Scored the first shorthanded goal of his NHL career at 19:46 of the third period in Game 5 of the WCQF vs. NSH to send the game to overtime.
2008-09: Ranked second on the club with 70 points, shared second with 45 assists and finished fifth with 25 goals in 80 regular-season games … Paced Chicago with 13 PPG and 35 power-play points … Led the team with 36 points and shared the lead with 17 goals on the road … Named to the Western Conference starting lineup for the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal, finishing as the team’s leading vote-getter … Netted two points (1G, 1A) in his first career NHL All-Star Game … Participated in the Fan Fav NHL Breakaway Challenge during the skills competition … Led the club with 254 shots and paced team forwards with 18:39 TOI … Posted a season-long five-game point streak on six different occasions … Notched 16 multi-point performances, including six with a season-high three points … Potted two goals in a game twice (Oct. 18 and Nov. 20) and tallied two assists in a contest nine times … Accrued a career-high 8 PIM on Dec. 10 against OTT … Missed two games (Jan. 4-6) due to injury… Led the club with nine goals and ranked second with 14 points in 16 contests during his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut … Paced Chicago with six goals and eight points during the six-game conference semifinal series vs. VAN … Became the third-youngest player (20y, 173d) in Stanley Cup Playoffs history to post a hat trick (T. Kennedy, W. Gretzky) when he netted his first professional hat trick in the series-clinching Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals vs. VAN on May 11 … Netted two goals in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals against VAN on April 30 … Posted at least one goal and two points in a three-game streak from April 27-May 2 … Netted the first goal of his professional postseason career on April 22 at CGY … Missed Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on April 20 at CGY due to injury … Posted his first career playoff point with an assist on April 18 against CGY … Netted Chicago’s first goal of the regular season on Oct. 10 and the final marker of the team’s playoff run on May 27.
2007-08: Captured the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie, becoming the eighth Blackhawks player to accomplish that feat … Led the team and NHL rookies with 72 points (21G, 51A) in 82 regular-season games … Established a franchise rookie record with 51 assists, which paced the team and ranked second among league first-year players … Tied for third on the team with 21 goals … Led the squad and NHL rookies with 28 power-play points … Shared second on the team and led league first-year players with 7 PPG … Shared the NHL lead with seven shootout goals and converted 77.8 percent of his attempts during the season (7 of 9) … Collected a career-high four points (2G, 2A) on Oct. 23 against CBJ … Matched a season-high two goals three times … Dished out a career-most three assists on Nov. 28 against TBL … Tallied two goals in the YoungStars Game during the NHL All-Star Weekend in Atlanta … Earned NHL Rookie of the Month honors for October after registering 16 points (5G, 11A), the most in October by a rookie since 1992 (T. Selanne) … Notched a season-high six-game point streak from Dec. 23-Jan. 4, collecting one goal and six assists … Scored his first NHL goal on Oct. 19 vs. COL as part of a three-point night … Netted the game-winning shootout goal against DET on Oct. 6 after posting his first career NHL point (1A) in regulation … Made his NHL debut on Oct. 4.
2006-07: Captured the Ontario Hockey League scoring title with 145 points (62G, 83A) in 58 regular-season games (2.5 points per game) with the London Knights … Earned the Emms Family Award as the OHL Rookie of the Year and was runner up to John Tavares for the Red Tilson Trophy as league MVP.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Was the second-youngest medalist in hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, earning a silver medal as the youngest member of the United States squad … Ranked third on Team USA with five points (3G, 2A), including four in the medal round against Finland (2G) and Canada (2A) … Represented Team USA at the 2008 World Junior Championship and was selected to the First All-Star Team after sharing the team lead with 10 points (3G, 7A) … Finished second all-time on the United States National Team Development Program with 84 career goals and 172 points, while sharing first with 88 career assists … Won a gold medal at the 2006 U18 World Championship, leading the team in goals (7) and pacing the tournament with 12 points in six games … Led the USA U17 Select Team with seven points in four games at the 2004 U17 Five Nations Tournament in Halle, Germany.