2011-12: Had one of the team’s all-time great seasons with 57 goals and 64 assists for 121 points in 69 games…Became Portland’s first 50-goal scorer since Josef Balej had 51 in the 2001-02 season, and the first to reach 100 points since Todd Robinson had 109 in the 1997-98 Memorial Cup season…The 57 goals made him the team’s most prolific goal scorer since Lonny Bohonos had 62 goals in the 1993-94 season…His 121 points was third in the WHL, making him the first Hawk to finish among the league’s top-five scorers since Josef Balej’s fifth-place showing with 92 points in 2001-02…Led the league with 26 power play goals, the most by any WHL player since Eric Fehr had 31 for Brandon in the 2004-05 season…Finished third in the league in goals (57) and points (121), tied for third in game-winning goals (9), sixth in assists (64), tied for seventh in power play assists (28) and tied for ninth in shorthanded goals (4)…Named to the WHL’s Western Conference First All-Star Team…Went on to score 19 goals and add 14 assists for 33 points in the playoffs, ranking second to teammate Sven Bartschi in postseason scoring…His 19 postseason goals led the league, five ahead of the next closest player, teammate Sven Bartschi…His goal in Game 3 of the WHL Final was his 29th career playoff goal, setting a new Winterhawks record, passing Randy Heath, who had 28 playoff goals from 1980-84, and he added one more to hold the record with 30…Tied another significant mark with his Game 5 goal in Edmonton, his 19th of the playoffs, tying the franchise record for goals in a playoff year…Holds that record with Dan Woodley, who scored 19 goals in the 1987 playoffs…Named the Most Valuable Player of the Western Conference Final with four goals and two assists for six points in the four games…Scored 10 goals in the first round sweep of Kelowna, tying him with Dave Waldie (1986 vs. Spokane) for second in franchise history for goals in a series, behind the 13 Jeff Rohlicek had in 1984 vs. New Westminster… Rattie’s 10 goals was a record for a four-game sweep, three better than the previous mark of seven set by Marian Hossa against Brandon in 1998… Rising up the team’s all-time franchise records in regular season points (238 – 16th), goals (103 – 19th) and assists (135 – T – 24th)…Holds franchise record for playoff goals (30) and among all-time team leaders in playoff scoring (59 points - fifth), games played (54 – T – 4th) and assists (29 – T – 10th)…Posted four hat tricks in the regular season, including a four-goal game on Nov. 27 vs. Swift Current…Added three hat tricks in the playoffs, including a four-goal game in the series-clinching Game 4 win over Kelowna in the first round…Had 35 multi-point games in the regular season, including five-point games on Nov. 27 vs. Swift Current (four goals, one assist) and Feb. 18 vs. Seattle (three goals, two assists)…Registered a point in 59 of 66 games in the regular season, and never went two straight games without a point…Posted 28 points in 11 games in November.
Career: Drafted in the second round, 32nd overall by St. Louis in 2011, the Blues’ first pick of the draft…Set then career-highs in 2010-11 with 28 goals and 51 assists for 79 points, which ranked him fourth on the team in scoring…His 79 points more than doubled his 2009-10 total of 37 points…Posted nine goals and 13 assists for 22 points in 21 playoff games, and was a team-best +11 in the postseason… Posted a total of eight multi-point games in the playoffs…Attended Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team selection camp in Aug. 2010…Suited up for Team Pacific at the 2010 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge…Led Team Pacific with two goals and seven assists for nine points in five games... Totaled 17 goals and 20 assists for 37 points in his first full WHL season in 2009-10…Scored the series-winning goal in overtime in Game 7 of Portland’s first round series against Spokane… Was the Winterhawks’ top pick of the 2008 WHL Bantam Draft, second overall…Made WHL debut Feb. 27/09 at Spokane, and scored his first goal a night later in Seattle.