Significant Achievements

  • Drafted first overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks
    • One of seven Americans ever to be selected first overall
  • Three-time Stanley Cup champion (2010, 2013, 2015)
  • Art Ross Trophy Recipient (2016)
  • Hart Trophy Winner (2016)
    • The first Hart Trophy recipient both born and developed in the United States.
  • Ted Lindsay Award Winner (2016)
  • Conn Smythe Trophy Recipient (2013) 
  • Calder Trophy Winner (2008)

Professional Hockey

  • Three-time Stanley Cup champion (2010, 2013, 2015)
  • Art Ross Trophy Recipient (2016)
  • Hart Trophy Winner (2016)
    • The first Hart Trophy recipient both born and developed in the United States.
  • Ted Lindsay Award Winner (2016)
  • Conn Smythe Trophy Recipient (2013) 
  • Calder Trophy Winner (2008)

2018-19 Season

  • Recorded his second 100 point season, collecting 44 goals and a career-high 66 points for 110 points
    • Led the Blackhawks and finished third in the NHL in points

2017-18 Season

  • Registered 27 goals and 49 assists for 76 points in 82 games
    • Led the Blackhawks in points

2016-17 Season

  • Finished third in the league with 89 points (34-55) in 82 games

2015-16 Season

  • Led the NHL with 106 points, becoming the first American-born player to win the Art Ross Trophy, awarded to the NHL point leader at the end of the regular season
    • Ranked second in the league in goals (46), power-play goals (17) and game-winning goals (9), and third in assists (60)
  • Posted a franchise record 26-game point streak (16 goals, 24 assists) from Oct.17- Dec.13, also marking the longest streak by an active player

2014-15 Season

  • Recorded 27 goals and 37 assists for 64 points in 61 regular season games
  • Led all NHL players in postseason scoring with 23 points (11-12)

2013-14 Season

  • Posted 69 points (29-40) in 69 regular-season games and 20 points (8-12) in 19 playoff games
  • Recorded a 14-game point streak from Nov. 30-Dec. 28, scoring eight goals and adding 17 assists in that span
  • Shared team lead in power-play goals (10) and power-play points (25)

‚Äč2012-13 Season

  • Ranked fifth in the NHL with 55 points (23-32) in 47 games
  • Registered 19 points in 23 playoff games to earn the Conny Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs

2011-12 Season

  • Ranked second on Chicago with 43 assists and was third on the team with 66 points

2010-11 Season

  • Finished first on the Blackhawks in assists (46) and second in points (73) through 73 games

2009-10 Season

  • Registered then career-highs in goals (30), assists (58) and points (88)
  • Appeared in 22 playoff games, registering 10 goals and 18 assists for 28 points
  • Scored the overtime goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Philadelphia Flyers, to win the Blackhawks the Stanley Cup

2008-09 Season

  • Ranked first on the team in power-play goals (13), second in points (70) and assists (45) and fourth in goals (25)
  • Led Chicago with nine goals in 16 playoff games

2007-08 Season

  • Led all NHL rookies with 72 points (21-51)
  • Awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie
  • Set franchise single-season record for assists by a rookie

Junior Hockey

Played one season (2006-07) with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League

  • OHL First All-Rookie Team (2007)
  • OHL First All-Star Team (2007)
  • OHL Rookie of the Year (2007)
  • CHL Top Scorer Award (2007)
  • CHL Rookie of the Year (2007)
  • CHL All-Rookie Team (2007)

2006-07 Season

  • Led the OHL with 145 points (62-83) in 58 regular-season games
    • Led OHL rookies in goals and points

USA Hockey - NTDP

  • Played two seasons (2004-06) with USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program when it competed in the North American Hockey League and against NCAA Division I and Division III opponents and international teams

2005-06 Season

  • Member of the U.S. National Under-18 Team 
  • Broke the single-season record for points (102), while tying single-season recorded for goals (52, Phil Kessel) and assists (50, Andy Hilbert)
  • Notched 19 power-play markers and nine game-winning goals
  • Finished second on the program’s all-time list in career goals (84) and points (172)

2004-05 Season

  • Member of the U.S. National Under-17 Team
  • Recorded 70 points (32-38)