Kevin Porter (C)
2013-14: Played a majority of the season with the AHLâ€™s Rochester Americans and tallied 36 points (19-17â€”36) in 50â€¦Ranked sixth among team leaders in scoring and tied for second in goalsâ€¦Produced a goal and two assists, 11/27.13 vs. HAMâ€¦Scored a goal in three consecutive games, 1/23/14-1/29/14â€¦Chipped in two goals and four assists during a four-game point streak, 3/9/14-3/16/14â€¦Recorded his 150th career AHL point with a goal, 4/11/14 vs. TORâ€¦Contributed three assists in five playoff games for the Amerksâ€¦Collected one assist and two penalty minutes in 12 games with the Buffalo Sabresâ€¦Skated in his 200th NHL game, 10/14/13 vs. MIN.
2012-13: Recorded nine points (4-5â€”9) and 10 PIM in 31 NHL appearances for Buffaloâ€¦Averaged 15:13 of ice time per game and won 40.2% of his face-off attemptsâ€¦Played majority of the season with the Americans, appearing in 48 games and accumulating 44 points (15-29â€”44)â€¦Served as Rochesterâ€™s captainâ€¦Finished second on the team in assists (29) and points (44) while tying for third in goals (15)â€¦Led all Amerks forwards with a plus-eight rating and averaged 0.92 points-per-gameâ€¦Tallied 12 multi-point outings, including a team-high four three-point gamesâ€¦Notched his 100th pro assist against Montreal, 4/11/13â€¦Scored his first two goals as a Sabre, including a short-handed marker, 4/02/13 at PITâ€¦Registered his first point as a Sabre with an assist at Philadelphia, 3/10/13â€¦Made his debut with Buffalo in a 3-1 loss to Toronto, finishing with four PIM and 14:34 of ice time, 2/21/13â€¦Scored a goal and added a pair of assists while finishing with a plus-three rating, 2/06/13 at ABBâ€¦His second-period goal was his 42nd point of the season, establishing a new single-season AHL career-highâ€¦Set a new single-season AHL career-high with his 26th assist of the season, 2/02/13 at SYRâ€¦Accumulated a five-game point streak (3-9â€”12) and picked up three multi-point games during the stretch, 1/18/13-2/2/13â€¦Collected three points (1-2â€”3), including the game-winning goal, and posted a plus-two rating against, 2/1/13 at TORâ€¦Registered three shots in the 2013 AHL All-Star Game as the Western Conference All-Stars earned a 7-6 win and a two-event sweep over the Eastern Conference All-Stars at the 2013 AHL All-Star Classicâ€¦Participated in three events in the 2013 AHL All-Star Skills Competition, helping the Western Conference All-Stars to a 12-11 win over the Eastern Conference All-Starsâ€¦Earned first star honors after a three-point effort (1-2â€”3), 1/21/13 vs. HAMâ€¦Had a three-game point streak (1-3â€”4) from 1/09/13-1/12/13â€¦Assisted on a pair of goals against Hamilton, 1/11/13â€¦Notched his 100th career AHL point as part of a three-point game (1-2â€”3), 1/4/13 at ABBâ€¦Recorded his first multi-goal (2-0â€”2) game of the season, scoring on the power-play and again shorthanded against Adirondack to earn first star honors, 12/7/12â€¦Had a three-game point streak (3-1â€”4), 10/26 /12-11/2/12â€¦Registered his first multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist, 10/26/12 at WBSâ€¦Ran a three-game point streak and picked up three points (1-2â€”3), 10/16/12-10/20/12â€¦Scored his first goal as an Amerk in a 3-1 loss to Binghamton, 10/16/12â€¦Skated in his 100th AHL game, 10/13/12 at TORâ€¦Made his Amerks debut and notched his first point in a Rochester jersey, 10/12/12 vs. SYR.
2011-12: Appeared in 35 games with the Colorado Avalanche, scoring four goals and adding three assists for seven pointsâ€¦Ranked fourth on the team with a 12.5 shooting percentageâ€¦Averaged 9:10 of ice time per game and won 30.4% of his faceoff attemptsâ€¦Notched a goal on his 26th birthday, 3/12/12 vs. ANAâ€¦Recorded points in three consecutive games, matching a career-long scoring streak, 12/27/11-12/29/11â€¦Netted goals in back-to-back contests, 12/27/11-12/29/11â€¦Served a four-game suspension, 12/8/11-12/15/11. 2010-11: Established NHL career-highs in games (74), goals (14), assists (11) and points (25) in his first full season with the Avalancheâ€¦Scored three game-winning goals, tying for second on the teamâ€¦Ranked fifth on the club in goals, seventh in games (tied) and 10th in pointsâ€¦Tallied a career-high two goals in his first game after re-joining the Avalanche from Lake Erie, 11/6/10 vs. DALâ€¦Produced five goals, including three game-winners, and was plus-eight, 11/6/10-11/19/10â€¦Potted a goal in three straight games, the longest goal streak of his NHL career, 11/15/10-11/19/10â€¦Scored the overtime game-winner versus San Jose, his first career NHL overtime goal, 11/17/10â€¦Notched the winning goal in the shootout, 11/20/10 at DALâ€¦Made his first career penalty shot, 1/18/11 vs. VANâ€¦Appeared in his 100th NHL game, 2/9/11 at MIN.
2009-10: Split the season between Colorado and Phoenixâ€¦Acquired by Colorado from Phoenix along with Peter Mueller at the trade deadline, 3/3/10â€¦Following the trade, was assigned to Lake Erie and tallied one goal in four games with the Monstersâ€¦Recalled by the Avalanche on March 10th and appeared in each of the final 16 games of the regular season for Colorado, scoring two goals and one assistâ€¦Scored his first career short-handed goal, 3/27/10 at PHXâ€¦Collected 41 points (16-25â€”41) in 56 combined AHL games between the Monsters and San Antonio Rampage, setting career-highs in goals, assists, points and games playedâ€¦Opened the year with San Antonio, where he tallied 40 points (15-25â€”40) in 52 contestsâ€¦Was recalled by the Coyotes on four occasions, appearing in four total games with Phoenixâ€¦Made his Stanley Cup playoff debut, appearing in four of Coloradoâ€™s six postseason gamesâ€¦Skated in his first NHL playoff contest in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, 4/14/10 at SJSâ€¦Missed Games 3-4 after leaving Game 2 at San Jose on 4/16/10 due to an upper body injury.
2008-09: Appeared in 34 games for the Coyotes during his rookie season, collecting five goals and five assistsâ€¦Two of his five goals with Phoenix were game-winnersâ€¦Played in 42 games for San Antonio, where he registered 35 points (13-22â€”35) and a team-leading plus-seven ratingâ€¦Made his NHL debut and collected his first NHL point (assist), 10/11/08 vs. CBJâ€¦Notched an assist in his second career game, 10/12/08 at ANAâ€¦Scored his first NHL goal, 10/30/08 vs. PIT.
2007-08: Captured the Hobey Baker Award as the nationâ€™s top collegiate player as a senior at the University of Michiganâ€¦Finished second in the nation with 63 points (33-30â€”63) in 43 CCHA gamesâ€¦Led Michigan to the 2008 NCAA Frozen Four while serving as team captainâ€¦Named the CCHA Player of the Yearâ€¦Member of the RBK West All-America First Team and the All-CCHA First Teamâ€¦Selected as the University of Michiganâ€™s Male Athlete of the Yearâ€¦Set an NCAA Tournament record by scoring four goals in an East Regional Semifinal win over Niagara in Albany, N.Y., 3/28/08â€¦Signed an NHL contract with the Phoenix Coyotes, 4/14/08â€¦Made his professional debut during the postseason with the AHLâ€™s San Antonio Rampageâ€¦Appeared in all seven playoff games for San Antonio, recording four assists.
2006-07: Skated in 41 games for the University of Michigan, collecting 58 points (24-34â€”58)â€¦Shared the team lead in goals and was second in both assists and pointsâ€¦Named to the All-CCHA Second Teamâ€¦Named the CCHA Player of the Month for November.
2005-06: Increased his point total by 14 points during his sophomore seasonâ€¦Recorded 38 points (17-21â€”38) and 30 PIM in 39 games for Michiganâ€¦Served as captain of Team USA at the 2006 IIHF World Junior Championship in Vancouver, leading the Americans to a fourth-place finishâ€¦Recorded six points (2-4â€”6) in seven games and was named Team USAâ€™s best forward by his teammates.
2004-05: Registered 24 points (11-13â€”24) and a career-high 51 PIM in 39 games as a freshman at Michigan to finish second among team rookies in scoringâ€¦Represented the United States at the 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship in Grand Forks, North Dakota, registering five points (3-2â€”5) in seven contestsâ€¦Scored in the bronze medal game against the Czech Republic.
2003-04: Played 55 games for the U.S. National Under-18 Team, recording 37 points (8-29â€”37)â€¦ Earned a silver medal with Team USA at the 2004 IIHF U18 World Championship in Belarusâ€¦Recorded eight points (2-6â€”8) in six games to rank second on the team in scoring.
2002-03: Collected 20 points (9-11â€”20) in 19 games for the U.S. National Under-17 Teamâ€¦Appeared in 53 games for the U.S. National U18 Team, recording 31 points (20-11â€”31)â€¦Competed for the United States at the 2003 IIHF U18 World Championship, collecting two assists in six games.