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Jason Akeson (RW)

Binghamton Senators

Name: Jason Akeson
Number: 18
Position: RW
Shoots: R
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Birthdate: 1990-06-03
Birth place: Orleans, ON


Signed a one-year, two-way NHL contract as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Sabres on July 1, 2015.

2014-15: Recorded eight PIM while appearing in a career-high 13 NHL games for the Philadelphia Flyers… Spent the majority of the season with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, where he was nearly a point-per-game player with 53 points (23+30) in 57 American Hockey League games… Ranked first on the team in goals (23), second in points (53) and third in assists (30)… Marked his third straight 20-goal season while leading the Phantoms in goals for the third straight year… Also reached and surpassed the 50-point mark for the fourth straight season… Added eight power-play goals and was tied for second in the AHL with a team-high three shorthanded tallies… Averaged a team-best .93 points per game… Finished second among Phantoms skaters with 182 shots on goal, recording at least one shot in all but two games he appeared in... Led the team with 14 multi-point outings… Closed out the campaign with a goal and an assist vs. Hershey on 4/14… Logged an NHL season-high 13:21 of ice time against Ottawa on 4/11… Moved into fourth place on Phantoms' all-time scoring list with assist in 2-1 shootout win vs. Norfolk on 4/10 (223 career points)… Factored in on all three Lehigh Valley goals (1+2) in a 4-3 loss at Binghamton on 4/03… Assisted on three of the four goals in a 4-1 over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on 3/28… Had a five-game point streak (3+4) from 3/06 to 3/14, which concluded with a three-point (1+2) showing at Bridgeport… Netted the overtime game-winner against Bridgeport on 3/06… Had a three-point (1+2) night against Hartford on 2/21… Totaled 14 points (8+6) over a season-long 10-game point streak from 1/29 to 2/18, tying him for the fourth-longest point streak of the season… Scored twice and took a team-high eight shots in a 5-4 shootout win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on 2/14, becoming fifth player in Phantoms history to register 200 career points… Tallied two assists at St. John’s on 1/11… Collected six points (3+3) over a four-game point streak from 12/26 to 1/02… Scored both Phantoms goals in a 2-0 win over Hershey on 12/19… Registered a season-high four points on two goals and two assists and had six shots in a 5-3 win over Bridgeport on 12/07… Made his Lehigh Valley debut at Albany on 11.28… Began the season with the Flyers, making his season debut at Boston on 10/08

2013-14: Collected one assist in his only NHL regular-season appearance for Philadelphia before joining the Flyers for the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs… Notched three points (2+1) in seven postseason contests with the big club… Appeared in 70 games for the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL), leading the team and setting career-highs in goals (24), assists (40), points (64) and shots on goal (204)… Added a team-high seven power-play goals… Tied for first in the league with seven game-winning tallies and was tied for second with three shorthanded markers… Finished 10th in scoring among the league’s top point-getters and tied for 13th in the AHL with 40 assists… Went just four games during the regular season without a shot on goal for Adirondack… Compiled a team-high 16 multi-point games, including six three-point outings… Recorded his first playoff assist in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the New York Rangers on 4/25… Scored his first professional playoff goal in Game 2 of the same first-round series against the Rangers on 4/20… Made his professional postseason debut in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the New York Rangers on 4/17… Recorded his first NHL assist while playing in his only game of the season for Philadelphia against Carolina on 4/13, a 6-5 shootout loss for the Flyers… Registered his second career hat trick by scoring three different ways (once at even strength, one shorthanded and once on the power-play) and had the eventual game-winner in a 4-3 vs. win Albany on 4/06… Tallied an assist and took a team-high eight shots against Bridgeport on 4/05… Scored twice and picked up an assist in a 4-3 victory at Utica on 3/21… Racked up a season-high 12 PIM against Springfield on 3/08… Assisted on all three Adirondack goals, including two primary helpers, in a 3-0 win over Syracuse on 3/02… Tied for the AHL’s 12th-longest point streak when he amassed 13 points (5+8) between 1/25 and 2/14… Posted an eight-game point streak from 12/28 to 1/17, earning 11 points on seven goals and four assists over that span… Also had a four-game goal-scoring streak over that stretch… Netted a pair of goals with an assist at Binghamton on 1/11… Notched a season-high three assists in a 5-4 win at Norfolk on 12/20… Scored once and assisted on two others in a 4-3 win at Albany on 11/29… Had a goal and an assist against Binghamton on 11/22… Opened the campaign with a two-assist effort at Hershey on 10/05

2012-13: Scored a goal in his lone NHL appearance for the Flyers… Led Adirondack in scoring for the second straight year on 53 points (20+33) in 62 outings with the Phantoms… Finished with a team-high 20 goals, including 11 power-play tallies, good enough for 10th in the AHL in that category… Ranked second among Adirondack skaters with 33 assists… Added 10 points (2+8) over a 14-game stint with the ECHL’s Trenton Titans to begin the season… Made a memorable NHL debut in Philadelphia’s regular season finale at Ottawa on 4/27, scoring his first NHL goal on the first shot of his first NHL shift… Finished with two shots and +2 on-ice rating while logging 12:23 of ice time against his hometown Senators… Bagged his 20th goal of the season against Hershey on 4/19… Recorded six points (4+2) through the first five games of April, including a two-goal outing against Connecticut on 4/13… Posted his second consecutive three-point (1+2) showing at Connecticut on 3/23… Notched two assists in back-to-back games at Hershey on 3/17 and at Norfolk on 3/19… Scored his first pro career hat trick and was credited for the game-winner in a 4-3 win against Connecticut on 3/09… Helped set up two goals against Binghamton on 2/24… Earned a point on all three Phantoms goals (1+2) in a 4-3 loss to Albany on 1/18… Stuck twice for a pair of tallies at Syracuse on 12/21… Collected an assist in six straight games (0+6) from 11/28 to 12/09… Promoted to AHL Adirondack on 11/21 and registered three assists later that night in a 5-1 win over Bridgeport… Collected an assist in his final ECHL appearance at Elmira on 11/17… Potted Trenton’s fourth goal in a 4-1 win over Toledo on 10/26… Had a three-game point streak of one goal and three assists from 10/12 to 10/17… Notched two points (1+1) in his ECHL debut against Greenville on 10/12

2011-12: Enjoyed a breakout rookie campaign with Adirondack, leading the Phantoms with a career-high 41 assists and 55 points while appearing in all 76 games during his first pro season… Netted 14 goals, half of which were scored on the power-play… Totaled the third-most shots on the team with 177... Was one of just five AHL rookies to pace his team in scoring and finished tied for seventh overall among all first-year skaters… Tied for first among league rookies in assists and power-play assists (26)… Paced all AHL freshmen in total power-play points (33)… Found the back of the net with goals in back-to-back games to close out the campaign… Set a Phantoms franchise record with a career-best four assists in a 5-2 win at Manchester on 2/19… Set up two of three goals in the Phantoms’ 3-1 over Norfolk on 2/03… Collected one goal and six assists over another five-game point streak between 12/31 and 1/13… Accounted for seven points (4+3) over a season-long five-game point streak from 11/11 to 11/20… Notched the first multi-goal game of his career with a pair of markers in a 5-3 loss at Bridgeport on 11/20… Had a three-game point streak (1+3) from 10/16 to 10/22… Scored his first pro goal as part of a two-point (1+1) night in a 5-1 victory at Bridgeport on 10/16… Registered his first pro point with an assist against Bridgeport on 10/14… Made his professional debut against Connecticut on 10/08

2010-11: Tied Tyler Toffoli for the Ontario Hockey League scoring lead with 108 points on 24 goals and 84 assists in 67 games for the Kitchener Rangers… Co-winner of the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as the OHL’s top scorer while also leading the league in assists and power-play assists (39)… Averaged a team-best 1.61 points-per-game to go along with a +20 on-ice rating… Added seven power-play goals and finished the year with one shorthanded tally… Recipient of the Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy as the top scoring right winger in the OHL, the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy as the top overage player and the William Hanley Trophy as the Most Sportsmanlike… Accumulated a team-best 30 different multi-point games, including a pair of six-point outings… Recorded nine points (3+6) in seven playoff contests to finish third on the team in postseason scoring… Collected two assists in Kitchener’s regular season finale at London on 3/20 to set a franchise record for most assists in a season with 84… Totaled 25 points (7+18) in just seven games during the month of February, highlighted by a five-point (2+3) night against Sarnia on 2/11 and a nine-game point streak from 2/08 to 2/25… Assisted on all three Rangers goals against Windsor on 12/29… Matched a season-high with another six-point (1+5) showing in an 11-2 win at Sarnia on 12/16… Produced an OHL-best 29 points (6+23) during the month of November and owned the second-longest assist streak over that span… Named the CHL’s Player of the Week for period ending Nov. 7 after scoring three goals and adding 12 assists for 15 points in three games to go along with a +7 on-ice rating… Closed out the weekend with four assists against London on 11/07… Named the game’s first star after a six-point (2+4) effort in an 8-0 rout of Belleville on 11/05… Opened November with five points (1+4) at London on 11/04… Factored in all four Kitchener goals, scoring one and assisting on three others, in a 4-1 vs. Niagara on 10/22… Scored twice and picked up an assist against Barrie on 10/08… Earned an assist in his season debut against Saginaw on 9/24

2009-10: Recorded 80 points (24+56) and a +8 on-ice rating through 65 regular-season games for Kitchener… Ranked second on the team and ninth in the league with 56 assists, half of which came on the man-advantage… Netted 24 goals and finished the campaign tied for 15th in the OHL in scoring… Contributed seven power-play goals while averaging 1.23 points-per-game… Totaled 22 multi-point outings, including a pair of hat tricks… Added 19 points (8+11) in 20 postseason contests during Kitchener’s long run to the Western Conference Finals… Scored twice at Erie on 2/14… Picked up three assists in a loss at Guelph on 3/07… Posted a season-long nine-game point streak from 1/18 to 2/07, over which he produced 11 points (4+7)… Collected four (1+3) vs. Erie on 1/08… Had three assists at Salute Ste. Marie on 1/03… Registered his second hat trick of the season, added an assist and was credited with the game-winning goal in an 8-1 rout at Kingston on 11/20… Opened the season on a seven-game point streak, earning 17 points (6+11) from 9/18 to 10/09… Tallied a season-high five points on one goal and four assists in a 6-2 win over Owen Sound on 10/09… Scored a hat trick and was +4 in his season debut against Kingston on 9/18

2008-09: Put up 64 points (20+44) in 56 games with Kitchener, ranking fifth among OHL rookies in scoring… Named to the OHL’s Second All-Rookie Team… Led the Rangers with a team-best +5 on-ice rating while finishing second on the team in assists (44) and points… Scored seven of his 20 goals on the power-play and had one shorthanded marker… Was one of just five Kitchener skaters to reach the 20-goal mark in his first full OHL season… Had 19 multi-point appearances, including five straight over a 10-day span from 2/10 to 2/10…Recorded three points (2+1) against Erie on 3/07… Totaled 20 points on four goals and 16 assists in 12 games during the month of February, highlighted by a season-long nine-game point streak from 2/01 to 2/21… Scored a career-high four goals, including the game-winner, in a 7-2 blowout at Owen Sound on 12/27… Recorded six points (1+5) over a five-game point streak between 12/03 and 12/13… Scored his first career hat trick in a 6-2 win at Sudbury on 11/28… Assisted on three goals and was +4 in a 6-2 win over Erie on 11/21... Scored his first OHL goal and added an assist at Peterborough on 11/13

2007-08: Joined Kitchener midway through the season after beginning the campaign playing for the Cumberland Grads of the Central Canada Hockey League… Appeared in 13 OHL contests for the Rangers, recording two assists and four PIM… Earned one assist in 16 playoff matchups with Kitchener… Led Cumberland in scoring with 61 points on 18 goals and 43 assists leading up to his midseason departure to the OHL… Of his 34 games with the Grads, 18 were multi-point outings, including four four-point showings… Recorded his first point as a Ranger with an assist at London on 1/20… Made his OHL debut for Kitchener at London on 1/10… Tallied four assists at Orleans on 12/20… Captured 19 points (4+15) over a season-long nine-game point streak while with Cumberland between 10/24 and 11/22… Assisted on four goals vs. Kemptville on 11/13… Scored twice and chipped in two assists in a 7-3 win at Kanata on 11/09… Had four assists vs. Brooksville on 9/25… Began the year with a three-point (1+2) effort at Smith Falls during a seven-game point streak

2006-07: Played the full season in Cumberland, leading the Grads in assists (36) and points (53) and finishing second in goals (17) while appearing in a team-high 54 games… Ranked 15th in the CCHL in assists as a rookie… Scored once and added three assists for a season-high four points in a 5-2 victory over Cornwall on 1/28… Tallied three assists vs. Cornwall on 12/10… Notched his first multi-point game with a goal and two assists in a 6-6 tie at Brockville on 10/06… Scored his first goal in a 4-4 tie at Kanata on 9/19… Recorded an assist in his CCHL debut against Orleans on 9/17

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Regular Season Stats
2015-16 Regular Season Binghamton Senators 21 5 17 22 -4 57 0 1 2 0 0.500
2015-16 Regular Season Rochester Americans 52 8 22 30 -17 136 18 3 4 1 0.750
2014-15 Regular Season Lehigh Valley Phantoms 57 23 30 53 -11 182 25 2 7 1 0.286
2013-14 Regular Season Adirondack Phantoms 70 24 40 64 -17 204 42 2 9 0 0.222
2012-13 Regular Season Adirondack Phantoms 62 20 33 53 -6 152 27 3 9 0 0.333
2011-12 Regular Season Adirondack Phantoms 76 14 41 55 -9 177 26 1 5 0 0.200