Appeared in his second AHL season with Norfolk (AHL) in 2013-14, recording 6-8=14 points with 16 PIM in 43 games…earned 1-4=5 points in his first five games from Oct. 5-19, including a season-high three assists (0-3=3) in a 5-0 victory on Oct. 11 vs. Binghamton…scored his first career AHL goal on the power play, Oct. 19 vs. Albany…was assigned to Utah (ECHL) on Mar. 27 and appeared in eight games with the Grizzlies, posting 3-8=11 points with a +4 rating and two PIM…added 2-2=4 points with two PIM in five ECHL Playoff games…made his AHL debut with Norfolk in 2012-13, scoring 0-6=6 points in 11 games…in his first professional game, had the primary assist on the overtime winner for a 5-4 victory on Mar. 29 vs. Syracuse…signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim on Mar. 5, 2013…began the season with Sarnia (OHL), collecting 22-86=108 points with a +16 rating and 28 PIM…led the OHL in assists and ranked second among league leaders and sixth in the CHL in scoring…also co-led the OHL in power-play assists (33)…registered a career best in points (0-7=7) and plus/minus (+6) in a 13-0 victory on Feb. 22 vs. Erie…recorded a career-high eight-game point streak (5-14=19) from Dec. 9-Jan. 5…added four points (1-3=4) in four postseason games with Sarnia…appeared in his fourth OHL season in 2011-12, his first with Sarnia…collected 20-67=87 points and 32 PIM in 68 games…led the OHL in assists and ranked seventh in scoring…notched his first career OHL hat trick (3-0=3), Oct. 14 vs. Saginaw…appeared in 68 games for Kingston (OHL) in 2010-11, collecting 13-25=38 points and a +1 rating…also tallied 1-1=2 points in five postseason games…in 2009-10, notched 4-12=16 points in 62 games for Kingston…recorded his first career OHL multi-goal game (2-0=2) in a 5-4 victory over Peterborough on Feb. 2…in his first career OHL playoff series, scored 1-3=4 points in six games against Brampton…registered 2-7=9 points and 22 PIM in 68 games with Kingston in 2008-09…netted his first career OHL goal in a 6-2 victory over Sault Ste. Marie on Oct. 17.