2014-15: Recorded 32 points (16g/16a) in 65 games during his second season with the Kitchener Rangers…Missed three games (Nov. 14-16) after suffering an upper-body injury on Nov. 9 vs. Saginaw…Had a goal and two assists in six postseason contests…Named the recipient of the Rangers’ Ted Scharf Award for community service and was the club’s nominee for the OHL’s Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy (humanitarian of the year).
2013-14: Led the Kitchener Rangers with 46 points (20g/26a) in 66 games during his first season in the Ontario Hockey League…Became the first rookie to lead the Rangers in scoring since 1999-2000 (Derek Roy)…Finished fourth among OHL rookies in scoring…Was named to the OHL’s Second All-Rookie Team and shared the team’s rookie of the year award…Was Kitchener’s nominee for the Bobby Smith Trophy as the league’s Scholastic Player of the Year, earning him a spot on the OHL Scholastic Team.
2012-13: Appeared in 27 games with Sioux City of the United States Hockey League, tallying six points (1g/5a)…Also played four games with the U.S. National Team Development Program Under-17 team.
2011-12: Recorded 64 points (30g/34a) in 36 games with the Cleveland Barons Under-16 squad…Member of Team USA at the 2012 Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria…Tallied a goal and two assists in six games.
Other: Selected in the 12th round (239th overall) of the 2012 OHL Priority Selection…Picked No. 4 overall by Sioux City Musketeers of the 2012 USHL Futures Draft.
Personal: Stayed with the same billet family in Kitchener as Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog did during his time with the Rangers…Nick’s father, Mark, played baseball for Bowling Green University and his mother, Joelle, played volleyball for Baldwin Wallace University…Last name is pronounced MAG-YAHR.