2012-13: Completed his collegiate career with the Princeton Tigers (ECAC), by appearing in each of his team’s games for the first time ... Served as an assistant captain for the second consecutive season ... Was named to the All-Ivy League First Team ... Led Tigers defencemen and ranked fourth among Princeton players in scoring ... Led ECAC defencemen in goals (eight) and ranked third in total points (15) ... Signed an entry-level contract with Ottawa on March 15 before agreeing to an amateur tryout with Binghamton (AHL) and making his professional debut that evening against Adirondack ... Scored the first goal of his professional career (also his first pro point) in a 5-1 B-Sens home win against Norfolk on Nov. 16.