Alternate captain...Ninth season as a Griffin…Eighth year pro…Signed to a three-year entry-level contract by Detroit, 10/1/08…Assigned to Barrie (OHL) by Detroit, 9/30/08...Traded to Kingston (OHL) by Barrie with Mitch Lebar and Colt Kennedy for Josh Brittain and Peter Stevens, 12/4/08…Assigned to Kingston by Detroit, 9/14/09...Reassigned from Kingston by Detroit, 3/20/09…Reassigned from Kingston by Detroit, 4/1/10…Reassigned to Kingston by Detroit, 4/12/10…Assigned by Detroit, 10/3/10…Reassigned to Toledo (ECHL) by Detroit, 12/1/10…Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 12/5/10…Recalled by Detroit, 4/11/11...Assigned by Detroit, 10/2/11...Recalled by Detroit, 4/16/12…Assigned by Detroit, 9/14/12...Recalled by Detroit, 1/13/13...Assigned by Detroit, 1/18/13...Recalled by Detroit, 1/21/13...Re-signed to a three-year contract by Detroit, 2/25/13...Assigned by Detroit, 3/31/13...Recalled by Detroit, 4/3/13...Assigned by Detroit, 5/10/13...Assigned by Detroit, 1/31/15…Assigned by Detroit, 10/5/15…Re-signed to a one-year contract by Detroit, 6/16/16…Assigned by Detroit, 10/9/16…Recalled by Detroit, 12/3/16…Assigned by Detroit, 12/28/16…Recalled by Detroit and assigned back to Grand Rapids, 3/16/17…Re-signed to a two-year contract by Detroit, 6/29/17...Assigned by Detroit, 10/2/17...Recalled by Detroit, 11/17/17...Assigned by Detroit, 11/18/17.
: Won the 2013 and 2017 Calder Cups with Grand Rapids, one of only three players in franchise history to be a part of both championships (Mitch Callahan, Nathan Paetsch)…Ranks among the franchise’s all-time playoff leaders with 68 games played (2nd)…Ranks seventh on the franchise’s all-time list with 330 regular season games played…Became the 126th Griffins alumnus to play in the NHL when he debuted with Detroit and registered his first goal in the same game, 1/21/13 at CBJ…Won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2010 World Junior Championships.
Totaled 11 points (3-8—11) and 32 PIM in 62 games with Grand Rapids…Alternate captain for the Griffins…Skated in five games with the Red Wings and averaged 12:30 of ice time…Added four points (1-3—4), a plus-three rating and 12 PIM in 17 postseason contests and helped Grand Rapids win the Calder Cup…Logged a goal in back-to-back contests, 2/3/17-2/4/17…Tallied an assist in two consecutive games, 12/31/16-1/4/17…Played in his 300th game as a Griffin, 1/28/17 at STK. 2015-16:
Skated in 74 games with Grand Rapids and registered 16 points (1-15—16), 30 penalty minutes and a plus-four rating…His lone goal of the regular season came in game-winning fashion, 12/19/15 vs. TEX…Recorded a three-game assist streak, 2/19/16-2/23/16…Provided an assist on Anthony Mantha’s game-winning goal, 2/23/16 at CHI…Assisted on Eric Tangradi’s game-winner, 3/4/16 at CHA…Tallied two assists, 4/3/16…Played in nine Calder Cup Playoff games and produced three points (2-1—3) and a plus-three rating…Potted his first goal of the postseason in Game 3 of the Central Division Semifinals, 4/26/16 vs. MIL…Netted a shorthanded unassisted goal in Game 1 of the Central Division Finals, 5/5/16 vs. LE, and became just the third Griffins defenseman to score either a shorthanded goal or an unassisted goal in a playoff game. 2014-15
: Tallied two assists in 11 games with Detroit before being assigned to Grand Rapids for the duration of the season…Recorded assists in back-to-back games with the Wings, 11/20/14-11/22/14...Appeared in 32 games with Grand Rapids and contributed seven points (1-6—7), 12 penalty minutes and a plus-16 rating…Made his return to the Griffins, 1/31/15 vs. MIL…Potted three assists over the course of two games, 2/21/15-2/24/15…Tallied his lone goal of the season, the game-winner, while registering a plus-two rating, 2/28/15 at CHI…Skated in all 16 playoff games for Grand Rapids and picked up three assists and eight PIM. 2013-14
: Spent his first full NHL season as a member of the Red Wings, picking up six points (1-5—6) and 36 PIM in 75 regular season games…Suited up in five playoff games with Detroit…Collected an assist in his second game of the season, 10/14/13 at BOS…Put away his lone goal of the season, 2/6/14 at FLA…Notched an assist in the season closer, 4/13/14 at STL. 2012-13
: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffins…Split his season between Grand Rapids and Detroit…Suited up in 37 regular season AHL games, tallying six points (2-4—6), 23 PIM and a plus-six rating…Appeared in 18 postseason games en route to winning the Calder Cup, tallying one assist and 10 PIM along the way…Skated in 31 regular season games with the Wings and scored five points (1-4—5)…Made his NHL debut and scored his first goal in the same game, 1/21/13 at CBJ…Notched his first NHL assist, 2/17/13 at MIN…Made three postseason appearances with the Wings…Made his NHL postseason debut, 5/4/13 vs. ANA. 2011-12
: Served as a “black ace” with Detroit during the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs…One of three Griffins to skate in all 76 games after being limited to 37 as a first-year pro…Tallied 19 points (8-11—19) and 41 penalty minutes…Ranked second among the team’s blueliners in goals…Tied for the team lead with two unassisted goals and tied for fifth with three power play markers…Scored his first AHL goal since 4/20/09 on 11/12/11 vs. Rochester…Matched a career-high four-game point streak when he tallied five points (3-2—5) in four games, 12/31/11-1/11/12, including a career-best three-game goal streak, 12/31/11-1/7/12…Recorded his first multi-point game of the season, 1/6/12 at Abbotsford and notched the overtime-winning goal against the same club the following night…Registered eight points (5-3—8) in a 10-game stretch, 12/31/11-1/25/12. 2010-11
: Served as a “black ace” with Detroit during the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs…Battled injuries and appeared in just 37 games as a rookie with the Griffins, earning three points (0-3—3) and 25 penalty minutes…Notched one assist in a three-game stint with ECHL Toledo in early December. 2009-10
: Won a gold medal with the United States thanks to a thrilling 6-5 overtime win against host Canada at the World Junior Championship…Registered two assists and a plus-one rating in seven games to help the United States to just its second goal medal (2004) in the history of the prestigious tournament…Earned two assists and two penalty minutes in six games with Grand Rapids upon the completion of his final OHL campaign…Named to the OHL Eastern Conference All-Star Team…Captained Kingston and ranked second among Frontenacs’ blueliners with 27 points (6-21—27) in 58 games, while his career-high 71 PIM stood sixth overall on the club…Finished among Kingston’s playoff leaders with 12 PIM (2nd) and a plus-two rating (T5th) through seven postseason contests. 2008-09
: Made his AHL debut with the Griffins at the end of his junior season, tallying five points (1-4—5) in six contests…Earned an assist during his AHL debut, 3/29/09 at Philadelphia, which kicked off a four-game point streak (1-4—5), 3/29/09-4/5/09…Notched his first multi-point game in the AHL with two assists, 4/5/09 at Rochester…Helped the Griffins reach the North Division Finals, tying for both the team lead among defensemen and fourth overall on the club with five points (1-4—5) in eight playoff appearances…His four playoff assists finished fifth overall on the club…Tallied two points (1-1—2) in just his third-ever AHL playoff game, 4/20/09 vs. Hamilton…Began his third OHL campaign with Barrie, where he tallied 13 points (1-12—13) and 19 PIM in 25 games before being traded to Kingston…Registered 19 points (6-13—19) and 32 PIM in 35 games for the Frontenacs, tying for first among team defensemen in goals…His season totals of 60 games played, seven goals, 25 assists and 32 points all marked career highs. 2007-08
: Logged 50 games for Barrie, leading Colts’ defensemen in each point category with 20 points (5-15—20)…Each of his five goals came on the power play, which led team blueliners and tied for sixth overall on the club…Earned one assist and four PIM through eight playoff contests. 2006-07
: Led Barrie’s rookie defensemen and placed fourth among the team’s first-year players with 12 points (2-10—12) in 47 games…Had one assist and two PIM in five postseason games for the Colts.