He’s appeared in 16 NHL games but has yet to register a point.
He leads the AHL in assists by rookie defensemen with 30 in 43 games.
Originally a Calgary Flames‘ 1st round pick in the 2009 draft (#23 overall), he refused to sign with the team and was traded to the Rangers on draft day 2011. He made their opening night roster out of training camp.
He was already playing professional hockey in Sweden before coming to North America as a 20-year old.
Tim was born in the U.S. but grew up in Sweden when his family moved back home after his dad retired.