Played in five games and posted a plus-4 rating...Skated in 15:58 at PIT, Mar. 25...Skated in 13:22 and notched two hits and two blocked shots in his NHL debut at TBL, Mar. 10...Recalled from Portland (AHL) on Mar. 7...Recorded 7-29-36 in 54 games with the Pirates....Ranked eighth among AHL defensemen in scoring at the time of his recall.
Skated in 68 games with Portland (AHL)...Recorded 5-24-29 and 44 PIM, all AHL career highs...Totaled 1-2-3 in three postseason games...Ranked second among Portland defensemen in assists and points...His 17 power-play points were tied for third most on the team...Recorded 12 power-play assists to rank tied for second on the team...Had 118 shots and five multi-point games.
Appeared in 26 games with Moncton (QMJHL)...Registered 10-17-27...Traded to Shawinigan (Jan. 7, 2012)...Collected five assists for the Cataractes...Won the Memorial Cup with Shawinigan, posting 5-2-7 in seven games.
Led all Moncton defensemen in scoring with 13-35-48 in 47 games...Scored nine of his 13 goals on the power play...Missed a portion of the season with an injury...Collected an assist in five postseason games...Named to the QMJHL Second All-Star team for the second consecutive season...Made his professional debut with San Antonio (AHL) on Apr. 5 vs. Rockford... Scored a goal in four games with the Rampage...Notched his first career professional goal on Apr. 9 at Chicago
Played in 58 games for Moncton, producing 9-34-43 and 54 PIM...He was a plus-31...Recorded 2-15-17 in 21 playoff games, leading the Wildcats to the QMJHL championship (President’s Cup)...Suited up for Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Tournament... Represented Team Orr at the 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game
Named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team...In his QMJHL rookie season, registered 7-20-27 for Moncton...Added 1-3-4 in 10 postseason games.
Played for Notre Dame of the Saskatchewan Midget AAA League.
2012: Won a bronze medal with Canada at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship in Calgary and Edmonton...Named the tournament’s Best Defenseman...WJC First Team All-Star...2011: Named to Canada’s 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship squad but did not play due to injury.
Nickname is “Gorms”...Lists Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite player growing up...Other favorites include: Shania Twain (music) and “Happy Gilmore” (movie)...Enjoys playing the guitar.