2005-06: Made his Blues debut on Oct. 11 vs. Chicago Recorded his first goal/point as a Blue on the powerplay on March 16 at San Jose Played in 41 games with Peoria Finished fourth on the club in points (53), tied for third in goals (19) and ranked fourth in assists (34).
Career: 2004-05: Played with the Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League, collecting 55 points (17g, 38a) along with 75 penalty minutes Ranked first on the team in points (55) and assists (38). 2003-04: Appeared in 44 games for the Washington Capitals, recording career highs in goals (6), assists (5) and points (11) ... Played in 24 games for Portland of the AHL, tallying eight goals and seven assists Scored the game-winning goal, the second of his career, on Jan. 28 at NY Rangers Scored his first career shorthanded goal on March 5 at NY Rangers Registered an assist and a season-high 23:02 minutes of ice time on March 8 vs. Ottawa. 2002-03: Played in 14 games over two stints with the Capitals, recording two goals and two assists Appeared in 64 games with Portland, registering 27 goals and 34 assists Led Portland in goals and shorthanded goals (5), a new Portland club record, while finishing second on the team in points Tied for second on Portland in power play goals (7) and game-winning goals (4) Appeared in the AHL All-Star Game Tied a Portland team record with six points on two goals and four assists on Dec. 11 at St. John's Played in all six playoff games for the Capitals Earned a plus-or-even-rating in each game. 2001-02: Appeared in 24 games for the Capitals, recording one assist Played in one game for the NY Rangers and 34 games for Portland totaling 14 goals and 20 assists Set a career high with 15 penalty minutes on Nov. 23 vs. NY Rangers Claimed off waivers by the NY Rangers on January 16 Claimed off waivers by the Capitals on February. 2000-01: Played in 61 games in his rookie NHL season for the Capitals, recording two goals and four assists Appeared in 19 games for Portland Registered a plus-or-even rating in 55 of 61 games Made his NHL regular-season debut on Nov. 24 vs. NY Islanders Tallied his first NHL point, an assist, on Dec. 12 at NY Islanders Recorded goals in consecutive games, including his first NHL goal, on March 9 vs. the NY Rangers Amassed a season-high 12 penalty minutes on March 24 at Tampa Bay Played in five playoff games for the Capitals. 1999-2000: Appeared in 79 games for Portland and three playoff games for the Capitals Ranked second on Portland in games (79), assists (35), points (53) and was tied for sixth in goals (18) Was the co-recipient of Portland's Player's Player Award Playoffs: Was recalled by the Capitals for the playoffs, appearing in three games Made his NHL playoff debut on April 17 at Pittsburgh. Minor Career: 1998-99: His first season as a professional, he appeared in 50 games for Portland recording 10 goals and eight assists Also played in 19 games for Hampton Roads of the ECHL, scoring 13 goals and 12 assists Appeared in four playoff games for Hampton Roads, scoring two goals. Junior Career: Played five seasons for Spokane of the WHL, recording 114 goals and 155 assists in 248 games. Junior Career: 1997-98: In 65 games for Spokane he scored a career-high 38 goals and added 44 assists Was named to the WHL West Second All-Star Team Ranked second on the team in goals, third on the team in points (82) and was tied for third in assists (44) Appeared in 18 playoff games for Spokane, ranking second on the team in points (19), while tying for second in assists (10) and tying for third in goals (9). 1996-97: In 58 games with Spokane he tallied 76 points on 34 goals and 42 assists Was named to the WHL West First All-Star Team Tied for first on the team in goals and ranked third on the team in both assists and points Played in all nine playoff games for Spokane, leading the team in points (12). 1995-96: Was one of four players to appear in all 72 games for Spokane Finished second in team scoring with 84 points (33g, 51a) Ranked third in assists (51) and was tied for fourth in goals (33) Appeared in all 18 playoff games for Spokane, ranking fifth on the team in scoring with 18 points (8g, 10a).