2009-10: Spent the entire season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), notching 17 points (7g/10a) in 52 games…Ranked third among team defensemen in goals and fourth in points. 2008-09: Saw his first NHL action, playing in each of Colorado’s final six games…Was recalled from Lake Erie (AHL) on March 31 and made his NHL debut on April 1 vs. Phoenix…Tallied his first NHL point with an assist on April 9 vs. Dallas…Appeared in 36 games for Lake Erie, finishing second among team defensemen in assists (15) and third in points (18)…Began the season with the Johnstown Chiefs (ECHL). 2007-08: Spent the majority of his first professional season with the Lake Erie Monsters but also saw time with the Johnstown Chiefs…Totaled 13 points (4g/9a) in 42 games with Lake Erie…Missed the first month of the season after suffering a wrist injury during training camp…Finished the year with the Chiefs, where he had four points (1g/3a) in six postseason contests. 2006-07: Led all Western Hockey League defensemen in scoring with 70 points (30g/40a) in 70 games for the Kamloops Blazers…Selected to the Western Conference’s First All-Star Team…Finished second on the Blazers in assists, third in points and fourth in goals…Led Kamloops and ranked sixth in the WHL in plus/minus (+29)…Suffered a wrist injury on March 14 at Seattle, forcing him to miss the final two games of the regular season and all four playoff contests…Ended his career with 184 points (66g/118a) in 276 games for the Blazers…Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Avalanche on April 11, 2007. 2005-06: Spent his third season with Kamloops, leading all Blazers defensemen with 38 points (12g/26a). 2004-05: Led the Kamloops Blazers with 47 points and 35 assists…Ranked eighth among WHL defensemen in scoring…Participated in the 2005 CHL Top Prospects Game. 2003-04: Named to the 2004 CHL All-Rookie Team in his first season with Kamloops…Finished second among WHL rookie defensemen with 29 points. Other: Is the second California-born player to ever play for the Avalanche, joining Scott Parker (Hanford, Calif.)…Won a national championship in Bantam AAA with the Los Angeles Junior Kings.