Finished ninth in the OHL in scoring with 32-70-102 in 57 games…Won the Mickey Renaud Captain’s Trophy as the OHL captain that best exemplifies leadership on and off the ice…Had a plus-24 rating and 66 PIM…Scored 12 PPGs…Selected to the OHL First All-Star Team…Had 29 multi-point games…Scored a hat trick (3-0-3) at Plymouth Dec. 6…Notched a hat trick (3-1-4) vs. Windsor Nov. 7…Recorded 5-4-9 in nine playoff games with the Knights.
Led London (OHL) in scoring for the second consecutive season with 34-59-93 in 61 games…Ranked first on the team in assists and second in goals…Added 4-6-10 in nine postseason contests…Selected to the OHL Third All-Star Team…Had 28 multi-point games…Appeared in three Memorial Cup games with the Knights, tallying two assists
Led London in scoring with 39-48-87 in 64 games with a plus-33 rating and 71 PIM…Ranked ninth in the league in regular season points and goals… Notched 25 multi-point regular season games…Recorded a hat trick (3-0-3) on Jan. 24 at Ottawa…Registered a hat trick (3-1-4) on Feb. 18 vs. Erie…Helped the Knights to the OHL’s best record (50-13-0-5) and a first place finish in the Midwest Division while London captured its second consecutive OHL championship...Scored 11-21-32 and 26 PIM in 21 postseason games…
Led the Knights in postseason assists and points…Ranked second in the OHL in postseason points…Had 10 multi-point games in the postseason…Was one of three Knights players drafted in the first round of the 2013 Entry Draft…Signed an entry-level contract with Phoenix in July.
Traded to London from Kingston in August…Appeared in 62 games with London, registering 21-28-49 and 48 PIM…Played in 19 postseason games, totaling 4-5-9 and 10 PIM with a plus-four rating to help the Knights win the OHL Championship…Added 1-2-3 in four games at the Memorial Cup…Named to the OHL Second All-Rookie Team.
Favorite player growing up was Mats Sundin…Other favorites include: Drake (music) and “Shooter” (movie)…Enjoys movies…His father Tie played in 1,020 NHL games with the New York Rangers, Winnipeg and Toronto…Tie ranks third all-time in NHL history in penalty minutes (3,515).