Led the team - and tied for 10th among NHL blueliners - in points.
Tied for fifth in goals among NHL defensemen. Passed Jason Arnott to take sole possession of third place on the franchise's all-time goals list in the season finale on April 27 at Columbus (108).
Posted 27 points (9g-18a) in his final 35 games of the season, ranking third in blueliner points after Feb. 13.
Led the team and ranked fourth among defensemen in shots on goal (124).
Led team in ice time 37 times in 2012-13, and logged more than 25 minutes on 33 ocassions. Finished fourth in the League in total ice time (1,244:14) and sixth in average time on ice (25:55).
One of only two NHL defensemen to rank among the Top 30 at the position in points, hits, blocked shots and ice time.
Ranked fourth on the franchise's all-time points list, and fifth in assists.
Has a franchise-best 49 power-play goals.
Became the sixth player in franchise history to appear in 500 games on Feb. 25 vs. Dallas.
* Tied for second among defensive scorers and set a franchise record for goals by a blueliner with 23. It was the fourth-highest total by a blueliner in the past nine seasons (Green, WSH 2008-09: 30; Souray, MTL 2006-07: 26; Gonchar, WSH 2001-02: 26).
* Posted the second-highest point total by a d-man in franchise history with a career-high 53. Also set a personal bests with 30 assists and 81 games played.
* Tied for eighth among blueliners in points, and ranked third in shots on goal with a franchise-record 251.
* Led Nashville in hits, and ranked among the defensive leaders (192) - a career high.
* Ranked second on the club in average ice time (23:58) - the third highest average in franchise history.
* The NHL's only defender with more than 175 hits and 50 points.
* Led the team in power-play goals (10), and was tied for second in game winners (4).
* Tied for the team lead in overtime points with three (1g-2a).
* Finished second on the club in goals and penalty minutes with a career high (80), third in points.
* His 10 goals in the Predators' first 20 games of the 2008-09 season made him the first NHL defenseman to reach double-figures in goals in a season so quickly since 1987-88, when Buffalo's Phil Housley scored his 10th goal in the Sabres' 15th game and Toronto's Al Iafrate did it in the Maple Leafs' 19th game.
* Named the NHL's Third Star for the Month for October. He led all NHL defensemen in scoring with 11 points (4g-7a) and posted a +5 rating in 10 games, helping the Predators to a 5-4-1 record.
* Surpassed his goal and point total from 2007-08 in just 21 games.
* Has logged more than 20 minutes in all but one game played in 08-09 (which he left early due to injury).
* Played in his first career All-Star Game on Jan. 25 in Montreal. Led the Western Conference in ice time (22:16) and was a +1 playing on a defensive pairing with Anaheim's Scott Niedermayer.
* His second try in the Hardest Shot Competition during All-Star Saturday's Skills Competition registered 103.4 mph, good for second to Boston's Zdeno Chara.
* Had a fighting major in three consecutive games Feb. 28-March 5, including his first career Gordie Howe Hat Trick, on Feb. 28 vs. Detroit.
* Posted a career high five game points streak (3g-3a) from Feb. 21-March 5. The personal best streak included two overtime points (1g-1a).
* Scored his second career overtime goal on Feb. 21at St. Louis. The goal was his fourth game winner of the season, and second OT winner against St. Louis in his career.
* Notched his 100th career point with a power-play goal Jan. 10 vs. Chicago.
* Set career individual game highs Oct. 18 vs. Columbus with three assists and four points. It marked the fourth time in franchise history a defensemen has notched four or more points in a game. It was the first four-point game by an NHL defensemen in 2008-09.
OT Points: 2g-3a-5pts., Shootouts: none, Penalty Shots: none.