Senators by the Numbers: #60

Mike Stobe

Mark Stone R 2011-2012

Born in Winnipeg in 1992, Stone was drafted 178th overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2010. Stone played his junior hockey with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL. After posting totals of 39 and 28 points in his first two seasons with the club, Stone's offensive production exploded after being drafted by the Senators. In his final two years with Brandon, Stone had 78 goals, 151 assists, and 229 points in 137 games. Stone played in the 2010 Memorial Cup with Brandon and faced off against his brother Michael, who played for the Calgary Hitman at the time, in the tournament. Stone also represented Canada at the World Juniors in 2012. He raised the expectations of Sens fans while wearing the Maple Leaf, scoring seven goals and recording 10 points in six games while earning a bronze medal. He made his NHL debut while wearing #60 in the 2012 playoffs. He dressed for game five of Ottawa's first round playoff series against the New York Rangers, notching an assist on Jason Spezza's winning goal. Since that game, he has worn two numbers (16, 61) with the team. He finished the 2013-2014 season with Ottawa.

SEASON GP G A P +/- PIM
2012 Playoffs 1 0 1 1 1 0

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