American NHL right winger who was drafted 24th overall by the St. Louis Blues in 2005. He spent seven years with the Blues before a 2015 trade sent him to the Washington Capitals. He competed for Team USA at the 2014 Winter Olympics, where his shootout expertise helped the team secure a victory over Team Russia.
He played in the United States Hockey League for the Sioux Falls Stampede before attending the University of North Dakota.
He notched his first 20-goal season by scoring 21 goals while adding 39 assists in 2013-14.
He grew up with three siblings, Taylor, Tawni, and Aleah. He married Lauren Cosgrove in 2015 and has two daughters.
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