Led all Avalanche defensemen with 13 goals, the most by an Avs blueliner since 2006-07 (John-Michael Liles 14)...Finished second among Colorado defensemen in both points (38) and assists (25)...Scored three overtime goals this year, tying the single-season franchise record set by David Jones in 2010-11...Was the first NHL defenseman to score three OT goals in one season since Atlanta’s Dustin Byfuglien in 2010-11...Finished year with four career OT winners, giving him the most by a blueliner in franchise history...Scored five game-winning goals, tied for third among NHL defenseman and the second-most by a defenseman in franchise history (Derek Morris, 7, 2002-03)...Finished third on the team with a +17 plus/minus rating, the highest by an Avs D since Kurt Sauer was +17 in 2007-08...Was the first Colorado defender to have at least 13 goals and a +17 rating since Rob Blake in 2002-03...Spent the first month of the season with the Avalanche before being reassigned to Lake Erie on Nov. 4...Was recalled by Colorado on Nov. 17...Scored the overtime winner on Jan. 8 vs. Ottawa...Did not dress on Jan. 11 at Minnesota due to a shoulder injury...Scored a career-high two goals, including the overtime winner, on Jan. 14 at Chicago...Was the first Avs defenseman to have a multi-goal game since Liles on Nov. 15, 2010 vs. St. Louis...Was only the second defenseman in Avalanche/Nordiques history to post a multi-goal game that included an OT winner, joining Adam Foote on March 10, 2004 at Edmonton...Had a career-long five-game point streak (2g/4a) from Jan. 25 to Feb. 3...Recorded a career-high three points (0g/3a) and was +3 on Feb. 8 at NY Islanders...Scored his third OT goal of the year on March 27 vs. Vancouver, tying the franchise record for a single season set by David Jones in 2010-11...Appeared in his 100th NHL game on April 1 at Columbus...Scored the tying goal with 58 seconds left in regulation and converted his first career shootout attempt on April 3 vs. NY Rangers...Became just the third Avalanche defenseman to ever participate in a shootout, joining Liles and Jordan Leopold...Missed the regular-season finale on April 13 at Anaheim due to an upper body injury suffered on April 11 at San Jose.
2013-14 PLAYOFFS: Suffered a knee injury in Game 3 at Minnesota on April 21...Recorded two assists and was +3 in his Stanley Cup Playoff debut April 17 vs. Minnesota...Over the previous 10 seasons (since 2003-04) only one other Avs defenseman had two assists with a +3 rating or better in a postseason game (Ruslan Salei on April 15, 2008 vs. Minnesota).
2012-13: Led all Colorado defensemen in goals (2), assists (11) and points (13) while appearing in 32 games…His 13 points ranked fifth among NHL rookie defensemen, trailing only Justin Schultz (27), Patrick Wiercioch (19), Dougie Hamilton (16) and Jake Muzzin (16)…All four of those players appeared in at least 10 more games than Barrie…Led the Avalanche in average ice time at 21:34 per game, the second-highest number among all rookie defensemen (Jonas Brodin 23:12)…Barrie’s average ice time was the highest by an Avs rookie since the league began tracking the statistic…Made the Avalanche’s Opening Night roster and appeared in 15 games for Colorado before being reassigned on March 12…Was recalled for the second time on March 25 and appeared in each of the final 17 games for the Avs…Recorded his first NHL point (assist) on Feb. 14 at Minnesota…Registered his first career multi-point game with a pair of assists on Feb. 16 at Edmonton…Tallied his first NHL goal on Feb. 18 vs. Nashville…Scored 50 seconds into overtime on March 30 vs. Nashville, becoming the first rookie defenseman in Avalanche history to score an OT goal…Was only the second rookie defenseman in NHL history to score an overtime winner in a 1-0 regular season game (Nashville’s Cody Franson on March 20, 2010 vs. Columbus)…Logged a career-high 28:48 of ice time on April 26 at Phoenix, the most minutes by a rookie in Avalanche history…Spent the first half of the 2012-13 campaign with Lake Erie (AHL), where he collected 29 points (7g/22a) in 38 games.
2010-11: Selected to the WHL’s Western Conference First All-Star Team and was a finalist for the Bill Hunter Memorial Trophy as WHL Defenseman of the Year…Led all Kelowna Rockets defensemen and finished sixth among league blueliners with 58 points (11g/47a) in 54 games…Led the entire team in assists and points-per-game (1.07), while finishing third in overall scoring…Was named captain of the Rockets prior to the season on Sept. 23…Missed two weeks of action while helping Team Canada win the silver medal at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo…Had a goal and two assists in seven games at the world juniors…Was the Rockets’ top-scoring defenseman during the playoffs with 11 points (2g/9a) in 10 contests…Finished his junior career as the highest scoring defenseman in Kelowna history with 228 points (51g/177a) in 256 regular season games…Signed an entry-level contract with the Avalanche on March 25. 2011.
2009-10: Won the Bill Hunter Memorial Trophy as the WHL Defenseman of the Year after totaling 72 points (19g/53a) in 63 games for the Kelowna Rockets…Selected to the WHL Western Conference First All-Star Team and the Canadian Hockey League Second All-Star Team…Tied for first among league defensemen in scoring despite missing four weeks due to injury from Sept. 25 to Oct. 23 (knee/upper body)…Led all WHL blueliners in assists and points-per-game (1.14)…Served as an assistant captain for Kelowna and led the team in points, assists, plus/minus (+14 -tied) and power-play goals (11)…Compiled a 21-game point streak from Oct. 24 to Dec. 11, during which he totaled 33 points (5g/28a)…Earned WHL Player of the Week for Jan. 25-31…Scored all three of Kelowna’s goals in a 3-0 victory over Vancouver on March 6 for his first career hat trick…Represented Team WHL at the 2009 Subway Super Series…Led all Kelowna defensemen in postseason scoring with 11 points (3g/8a) in 12 contests…Named WHL Player of the Week on March 29 after totaling seven points (2g/5a) in four games during Kelowna’s first-round playoff series versus Everett.
2008-09: Recorded 52 points (12g/40a) in 68 games with Kelowna…Led all team defensemen in goals, assists and points while posting a +17 plus/minus rating…Added 18 points (4g/14a) in 22 postseason contests to help Kelowna capture the WHL championship and a berth in the 2009 Memorial Cup…Participated in the 2009 CHL Top Prospects Game.
2007-08: Skated in 64 contests during his first full season in Kelowna, leading all team defensemen in goals (9), assists (34) and points (43)…Named to the CHL All-Rookie Team…Led all WHL rookie defensemen in points and tied for second in goals…Added four points (1g/3a) in seven postseason contests…Selected to play for Team Pacific at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
Prior to joining Kelowna, Barrie played Midget AAA hockey with the Juan De Fuca Grizzlies, where he compiled 130 points (43g/87a) in 72 games.
Helped Team Canada win the silver medal at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo…Had a goal and two assists in seven games at the tournament.
Tyson’s father, Len, played 184 NHL games over seven seasons with Philadelphia, Florida, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles…His uncle, Mike Barrie, was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 1993…Spent time at Acres Green elementary school during 2012 Read Across America Day in Colorado, the annual reading motivation and awareness program for kids…Tyson resides in his hometown of Victoria, B.C., during the offseason.