Made his NHL debut 12/23 at NYR, skating 7:12 and putting one shot on goal …Was recalled to Washington for the Capitals’ next game as well, but did not play… Established a new AHL career high with 21 goals for Hershey and had 45 points… One of two Hershey players to play in all 80 games … Tied for sixth on the team in goals and seventh in points … Recorded back-to-back two-goal games (1/31 vs. Norfolk and 2/6 at Philadelphia) … Recorded 10 points (6g-4a) in 22 playoff games, tied for third on the team in goals and tied for sixth in points … Had multiple-point games in Game 1 of each of the first two series: 4/16 at Philadelphia (1g-1a) and 5/2 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton … Scored the first goal in the Calder Cup-clinching Game 6 at Manitoba (6/12).
Skated in 58 games for Hershey (AHL) last year and in 11 for South Carolina (ECHL) … Ranked third in Hershey and tied for fourth among AHL rookies with 51 points (16g-35a) … Tied for second on the team and fifth among AHL rookies in assists … Had at least one point in seven straight games from 12/19-12/31 … Had hat tricks 1/12 vs. Lake Erie and 2/6 vs. Portland … Recorded 14 multi-point games during the season … Had two points in each of his final four regular-season games … Led Hershey with five points (3g-2a) in five playoff games … Had 14 points (8g-6a) in 11 games for South Carolina … Had at least one point in eight games … Registered five points (2g-3a) vs. Mississippi (11/11) … Scored a goal in four straight games (11/27–12/1) before being recalled to Hershey … Had eight points (5g-3a) in nine playoff games for South Carolina.
2006-07: Ended his three-year collegiate career at St. Cloud State (WCHA) tied for fourth in school history with 2.62 shots per game and sixth in shots with 315 … His 23 career PPGs tied him for the fifth-most in school history and his +29 career rating tied for 10th … Named a first-team All-WCHA selection in 2007 … Ranked second on the team with 45 points, and he led the team with 22 goals … His 22 goals tied him for second in the WCHA … Had three GWGs … Ranked sixth in the league with 1.12 points per game … His 12 PPGs ranked second in the league and were the second-best single-season total in team history … A three-time WCHA Player of the Week, Gordon was also named the InsideCollegeHockey.com National Player of the Week (1/23) … Named to the All-WCHA Academic Team.
2005-06: Skated in 42 games for St. Cloud State … Led the team with 20 goals and 40 points … Shared the team lead in PPGs (7) and SHGs (2) … Had 12 multi-point games … Finished tied for 16th in the WCHA in scoring … His +19 rating tied for the eighth-best rating in single-season school history … All-WCHA Academic selection … Recorded a hat trick against Michigan Tech (2/24) … Tallied three points in WCHA Final Five win over Minnesota Duluth (3/16).
2004-05: Saw action in 38 games … Led SCSU freshmen with nine goals and 17 points … Scored nine points in his first seven games … Had two goals at Princeton (10/29) and one goal and two assists at Yale (10/30).
2003-04: Played in 55 games for Notre Dame (SJHL), tallying 20 goals and 44 assists … Named Most Valuable Player in the 2004 SJHL All-Star Game.
2002-03: Recorded 20 goals and 27 assists in 58 games for Notre Dame in the SJHL … Played in the 2003 SJHL All-Star Game.
Selected by Washington in the seventh round, 197th overall, in the 2004 Entry Draft.
Family resides in Porters Lake, Nova Scotia … Enjoys golfing … Supports the Dartmouth Subways Jeff Smith Memorial Golf Tournament.