Birth date: October 17, 1990
Birthplace: Wheat Ridge, CO
Draft: 2009, Anaheim, Round 2 (37th overall)Acquired: Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Anaheim (NHL) on 03/31/102013-14 NOTES:Skated in his 100th game as an Admiral on Oct. 25, 2014 @ SPR...Registered an assist on the Admiralsâ€™ game-winning goal (Wagner) Oct. 11, 2014 vs. Hershey...Signed a 1 year contract extension with Anaheim on July 10, 2014...Was limited to 23 games with Norfolk in 2013-14 due to a torn labrum in his left shoulder - suffered the injury on Dec. 6 @ Syracuse and missed the remainder of the season...Tied AHL career highs with two assists and +3 rating on 11/27/13 with Norfolk vs. Charlotte 2012-13 NOTES:Led Norfolk with 71 games played in 2012-13...Scored his first goal as an Admiral, the overtime game-winner on 02/17/13 at Bridgeport...Recorded an assist in his Norfolk debut on 10/12/12 vs. Worcesterâ€¦CAREER NOTES2011-12: Earned first career pro/AHL postseason point (goal) with Syracuse on 04/21/12 vs. St. Johnâ€™s â€¦ Among 2011-12 Syracuse defensemen, ranked fourth in scoring & assists and second in games â€¦ Made his NHL debut with Anaheim (NHL) on 04/01/12 vs. Edmonton, logging 11:02 total ice time â€¦ 2010-11: Led Syracuse with 128 PIM in 2010-11â€¦ Was only one of two Crunch players to appear in all 80 games (also N. Deschamps) in 2010-11â€¦ Tied his career high in points and assists (2) and set a personal best in plus/minus (+3) on 12/19/10 with Syracuse vs. Connecticut â€¦ Scored his first career pro/AHL goal on 12/11/10 with Syracuse vs. Bridgeport (Mikko Koskinen)â€¦ Collected first pro/AHL points in a two-assist game, 12/03/10 with Syracuse at Rochester. 2009-10: Made pro/AHL playoff debut on 04/15/10 with Manitoba at Hamilton â€¦ Made pro/AHL debut on 04/10/10 with Manitoba vs. PeoriaJunior Career: â€¦ In 2009-10, led Brampton (OHL) in power play goals (7) and was tied for second in gamesâ€¦ Among Brampton defensemen in 2009-10, led team in goals and was second in assists & pointsâ€¦ Helped Battalion advance to the 2009 OHL Final in which the club fell to Windsor in five games.