|2011-12: Appeared in his seventh NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 11-46=57 points with 75 PIM in 82 games…was one of six Anaheim players to appear in all 82 contests, marking the second time in his career not missing a single regular season game (also 2006-07)…led the club in assists, ranked tied for third in points, and tied for second in GWG (4)…also finished second in faceoff wins (639) and hits (182), and led the club in faceoffs taken (1,354)…among league forwards, ranked third in total TOI (1,771:09) and fourth in average TOI (21:35)…in addition, ranked tied for ninth in the NHL in power play assists (19)…had 12 multiple-point games (one multi-goal, eight multi-assist)…scored the fourth OT goal of his career in a 3-2 victory, Apr. 5 @ EDM...had a six-game assist streak (0-8=8), Mar. 14-25…appeared in his 500th NHL contest, Mar. 12 @ COL…recorded his sixth career game with four-or-more assists (0-4=4), Jan. 13 @ EDM…had a seven-game assist streak (1-9=10) from Nov. 16-30, tied for the fourth-longest in the NHL in 2011-12…earned his 300th career NHL assist (0-2=2), Nov. 25 vs. CHI…scored a career-tying two goals (13th time), Oct. 23 vs. PHX.
CAREER: Signed a five-year contract extension through 2012-13, Nov. 20, 2007…2010-11: Appeared in his sixth NHL season with Anaheim…played all six CQF games vs. NSH, collecting 2-4=6 points with nine PIM…tied his playoff career high in points (1-2=3) in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 15 vs. NSH…his second assist on Bobby Ryan’s second-period goal marked his 50th career NHL playoff point…notched his second multi-point game of the series in Game 4 (1-1=2), Apr. 20 @ NSH…earned an assist in the series opener, Apr. 13 vs. NSH…appeared in 67 regular-season games, scoring 19-57=76 points with a +14 rating…was charged with 35 PIM, his fewest since his rookie season in 2005-06 (22)…finished the regular season ranked fourth in the NHL in assists and sixth in points-per-game (1.13)…following his return from injury on Feb. 9, scored 6-33=39 points to rank second in the NHL in scoring following that date…tied his season high in assists with four in a 6-2 victory on Apr. 6 vs. SJ, marking his fifth career game with four assists or more…scored 2-18=20 points in 14 games in March, ranking first among league leaders in assists, third in scoring, and tied for third in plus/minus (+12)…had a pair of season-high five-game assist streaks, including Mar. 20-28 (1-11=12) and Feb. 9-18 (1-8=9)…collected his 400th career NHL point as part of a four-point night (1-3=4), Mar. 20 vs. CGY…upon returning from injury on Feb. 9, registered a season-best eight-game scoring streak (3-9=12) from Feb. 9-27…was hit in the forehead by a deflected puck on Dec. 28 @ PHX and missed 14 games from Dec. 31-Feb. 5 with multiple non-displaced nasal sinus fractures…appeared in his 400th career NHL game, Dec. 20 @ BOS…tied his career high twice in a four-game span with two goals, Dec. 18 @ CAR (2-0=2) and Dec. 12 vs. MIN (2-1=3)…scored his third career OT goal in a 2-1 win, Dec. 15 @ WSH…registered a career-high 29:52 TOI, Dec. 8 @ VAN…collected four assists (0-4=4), Nov. 27 @ PHX for his sixth career game with four points or more (five 4-point games, one 5-point game)…2009-10: Appeared in his fifth NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 19-50=69 points with a +4 rating and 79 PIM in 66 games…led the Ducks in assists, ranked second in points, tied for second in GWG (5), third in PPG (8), and tied for fourth in goals and plus/minus…also ranked first in hits (178) and second in faceoff wins (533-of-1124)…had assists in a franchise-record 10 straight games from Oct. 24-Nov. 14 (1-17=18), tied for the second longest streak among league leaders in 2009-10…scored his 100th NHL goal, Jan. 13 vs. BOS…posted a career-high four-game goal streak (4-1=5), Dec. 16-22…recorded his 300th career NHL point, Dec. 1 vs. LA…collected 4-13=17 points in November, ranking tied for second in the NHL in assists and tied for fifth in points for the month…earned his 200th career assist, Nov. 14 @ DET…appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Oct. 8 @ BOS…missed 16 games due to injury, including 12 with an ankle sprain and four with a leg laceration…2008-09: In the 2009 postseason, ranked third in the NHL in assists and sixth in scoring despite playing only two rounds…led all league forwards in avg. TOI (24:08)…tied for third in PPA (8)…established Ducks records in career postseason assists (31), assists in a playoff season (14), points in a playoff season (18) and points in a playoff series (2-8=10 in the CSF vs. DET)…registered points in a franchise-high eight consecutive games from Apr. 21-May 7 (2-12=14), which tied for the second longest streak in the postseason…collected a playoff career-high 1-2=3 points and 38:59 TOI in Game 2 of the CSF, May 3 @ DET…in his fourth regular season NHL campaign, ranked tied for third among league leaders in assists, tied for sixth in scoring and tied for fourth in PPA (28)…also led the club in assists and scoring…broke the Ducks’ single-season assist record (previously Kariya, 62), Apr. 4 @ SJ...established a personal best with his 83rd point of the season, Mar. 31 @ EDM...tied his career high in goals (25) with 2-1=3 points, Mar. 27 vs. EDM…also passed Andy McDonald for fourth on the club's all-time points list...became the third player in franchise history to reach the 90-point mark in one season (Selanne, Kariya) with an assist, Apr. 5 vs. SJ…was one of only two players in the NHL to record three separate point streaks of eight-games-or-more in 2008-09 (also PIT's Malkin)...collected 4-15=19 points with a +5 rating in 14 games in January, equaling his month of November (7-12=19, +9, 13 games) for the highest scoring month in Ducks history since Dec. 2006…was voted as a starter for the Western Conference in the 2009 All-Star Game in Montreal...compiled a season-best 10-game point streak from Jan. 2-20 (3-11=14)…earned his 200th career point, Nov. 14 vs. NSH…recorded a career-high 11 shots, one shy of the club record, Nov. 9 vs. FLA…with Selanne and Perry, was named a co-recipient of the NHL's First Star of the Week ending Nov. 2...led all league scorers with 2-8=10 points in four games, highlighted by a club record-tying five assists, Oct. 29 vs. DET…the five points in one night (0-5=5) were personal highs in points and assists…became the fourth different player in club history to record a five-point game (Selanne, Kariya, Mironov) and the third different Ducks player to have five assists (Selanne and Mironov)…by assisting on all five Ducks goals, became just the second NHL player in the last 11 seasons to record five assists in one game and assist on every goal scored by his team in that game...was named an alternate captain, Oct. 7…2007-08: Appeared in all six CQF games vs. DAL, co-leading the team in assists and points (2-3=5)…led the Ducks in points, assists and plus/minus during the regular season…finished the season with a +32 rating, the second-highest in club history (Kariya, +36, 1996-97)…became the fourth player age 22-or-younger in the NHL to finish a season with a rating of +25-or-better since the 1998-99 season...ranked third among scorers age 22-and-under, finishing behind only WSH’s Ovechkin (112) and PIT’s Malkin (106)…among league leaders, ranked fourth in plus/minus, tied for seventh in assists, second in PPA (32) and tied for eighth in PPP (36)…had a career-high 15-game point streak (6-16=22, +13 rating) from Dec. 22-Jan. 23, tied for the fourth-longest in the NHL in 2007-08...scored a goal in his first All-Star Game, Jan. 27 @ ATL…in the month of January, was tied for second in the NHL in assists (13)…recorded his 52nd assist on Mar. 12 vs. VAN, breaking the then-franchise record for assists by a center in a single season…scored 1-1=2 points in his 200th career game, Feb. 17 vs. CGY…earned his 100th career assist, Feb. 12 @ COL…earned his 100th career NHL point, Oct. 6 @ PIT…2006-07: Led the 2007 Stanley Cup champion Ducks in postseason scoring (7-10=17), setting a then-franchise record for most points in a single playoff season…among playoff leaders, ranked tied for second in GWG (3) and SHG (1), fifth in scoring, tied for sixth in assists and tied for fifth in PPP…was also tied for second on the team in goal scoring…scored his first career playoff SHG in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 13 vs. MIN…was one of eight Ducks to play in every regular season game…was fifth on the team in goals (25) and tied for second in PPG (11)…notched two goals in the NHL YoungStars Game, Jan. 24 @ DAL…2005-06: In his first NHL season, ranked among rookie leaders in postseason goals (tied for second with three), PPG (tied for second with two) and PPP (second with two)…scored his first career playoff goal in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 27 vs. CGY…finished the regular season tied for ninth among NHL rookies in PPG (10)…set a then-club rookie record for PPG in a season with 10…with 0-4=4 points, set a rookie club record for assists and tied the rookie record for points, Mar. 24 vs. NSH…scored his first career NHL goal, Oct. 21 @ DET…scored his first NHL point (assist), Oct. 14 vs. CBJ…made his NHL debut, Oct. 5 @ CHI…Miscellaneous: Represented Canada at the 2012 IIHF World Championship in Finland and Stockholm, scoring 2-7=9 points with a +6 rating and 27 PIM in eight games…tied for second on the team in points and assists, and led in PIM…won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games...earned 3-4=7 points in seven contests and finished tied for second on Team Canada in scoring…helped lead Canada to gold at the 2005 World Junior Championship, finishing second in scoring (3-9=12)…appeared in the 2008 IIHF World Championship in Quebec, earning silver with Canada…also won silver at the 2004 World Junior Championship, scoring 3-3=6 points in six games…played for Team Canada at the 2003 Under-18 World Championship, collecting 2-2=4 points in seven games.
PERSONAL: Was married to wife, Paige, in 2010…the couple resides in Tustin Ranch and had their first son, Ryder, on Feb. 23, 2011…celebrated the birth of their second son, Gavin, on Dec. 19, 2012…the family spends part of the summer at their offseason residence in Kelowna, British Columbia…his brother, Chris, is a wide receiver for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Canadian Football League…worked at a wildlife park in his native Regina as a youth…loves doing anything athletic, including golfing, wake-boarding, beach volleyball and riding Sea-Doos in the summer…says if he wasn’t a hockey player, he would have tried to go pro in another sport like baseball or football.