2011-12: Made his professional debut on Mar. 31 vs. Adirondack … Notched his first professional point with a goal on Apr. 11 at Portland. ... Led Connecticut in playoff goals (five) and tied for the team lead in points (nine). ... Registered a six-game point streak from Apr. 21 at Bridgeport to May 7 vs. Norfolk (five goals, three assists), including a three-game goal streak and a three-game assist streak. ... Made his professional playoff debut on Apr. 19 at Bridgeport. ... Notched his first career playoff points with two goals on Apr. 21 at Bridgeport. ... Tallied four goals in back-to-back games on Apr. 21 at Bridgeport and Apr. 22 vs. Bridgeport.
2011-12: Tied his career-highs in assists (41) and power play goals (11). ... Ranked third on the Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) in goals (29), assists, points (70), and power play goals, and tied for second in plus/minus rating (plus-13). ... Recorded 18 multi-point performances. ... Tallied an eight-game point streak from Sept. 13 vs. Acadie-Bathurst to Oct. 5 at Halifax (four goals, six assists). ... Registered 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) over a seven-game span from Dec. 31 vs. St. John to Jan. 13 at Cape Breton, including a career-high, five-point effort (three goals, two assists) on Jan. 13. ... Tied for second on the team in playoff points (three) and assists (two). 2010-11: Established career-highs in goals (38), assists (41), points (79), power play goals (11), and penalty minutes (18). ... Led Moncton and tied for seventh in the league in goals, ranked second on the team in assists and power play goals, and ranked second on the club and tied for fifteenth in the league in points. ... Recorded a career-high 12-game point streak from Jan. 15 vs. Chicoutimi to Feb. 17 vs. Victoriaville (six goals, 10 assists). ... Tallied 11 points (eight goals, three assists) over a four-game span from Feb. 20 vs. Val-d’Or to Feb. 27 at Montreal. ... Registered a career-high 24 multi-point performances, including hat tricks on Nov. 28 at Shawinigan (three goals, one assist) and Dec. 14 vs. Cape Breton (three goals, one assist). ... Led the team in postseason assists (six) and points (six). 2009-10: Established career-highs in games played (66) and plus/minus rating (plus-24) while making his QMJHL debut with Moncton. ... Named Wildcats’ Rookie of the Year. ... Ranked second on the team in goals (26), fourth in points (55), and tied for fourth in plus/minus rating (plus-24). ... Registered five goals and twelve assists for 17 points in 21 playoff games to help the Wildcats capture the President’s Cup for the QMJHL Championship. ... Tallied one assist in three contests at the 2010 Memorial Cup.
2011: Skated with Slovakia at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship. ... Ranked second on the team with two goals in six tournament games. ... Tied for first in game-winning goals (one) and ranked second in power play goals (one). 2009: Made international debut with Slovakia at the 2009 IIHF World U-18 Championship. ... Tied for the team lead in goals (two) and points (five), and tied for second in assists (three). ... Also notched one goal in seven games with Slovakia at the 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship.
May 30, 2012 -- Signed by the Rangers as an undrafted free agent.