2008-09: Jason Akeson returned to the Kitchener Rangers for his first full OHL season after appearing in 13 games in 2007-08 and was selected to the league’s Second All-Rookie team as an 18-year-old. Akeson was the second-leading scorer for Kitchener, which finished last in the Central Division. In 56 games he scored 20 goals with 44 assists and was +5 with 34 PMs.
2009-10: Akeson put up 80 points on the season playing alongside the likes of Jeff Skinner (CAR) and Jeremy Morin (CHI) as Kitchener was one of the big turnaround teams in hockey. The Rangers finished second in the Midwest Division and advanced to the semifinals of the OHL playoffs. Akeson scored 24 goals with 56 assists and was +8 with 24 PMs in 56 regular season games. In 20 playoff games he scored 8 goals with 11 assists and was +8 with 14 PMs.
2010-11: Akeson tied Ottawa 67′s Tyler Toffoli (LAK) for the OHL lead in points (108) and led the league in assists (84) as a 20-year-old in his third year with Kitchener. The Rangers finished second in the Midwest Division for the second straight year before being eliminated in the first round of the playoffs . Akeson finished +20 in 67 games for Kitchener and was named the league’s Most Gentlemanly Player with 23 PMs. He also received the OHL’s Leo Lalonde Trophy as the top overage player. Akeson signed a free-agent, entry-level contract with Philadelphia in March 2011.
2011-12: Akeson was the leading scorer for Philadelphia’s AHL affiliate in Adirondack in his first pro season. Second on the Phantoms with 177 shots on goal, he scored 14 goals with 41 assists in 76 games and was minus-nine with 26 penalty minutes. Adirondack missed the AHL playoffs; finishing fifth in the Northeast Division.
2012-13: Akeson went from playing for the ECHL’s Trenton Titans, to leading the AHL’s Adirondack Phantoms in scoring, to making his NHL debut and scoring his first NHL goal in his hometown in the Flyers’ 2-1 win at Ottawa. The second-year pro made his only NHL appearance in the Flyers’ season finale and finished +2 in 12:23 minutes of action. Prior to joining the Flyers, Akeson was the leading scorer for Philadelphia’s AHL affiliate in Adirondack. In 62 games with the Phantoms he scored 20 goals with 33 assists and was -6 with 27 penalty minutes. Adirondack missed the playoffs after finishing last in the Northeast Division. Akeson scored 2 goals with 8 assists and was -5 with 7 assists in 14 ECHL games with Trenton.
Akeson began the 2013-14 season with Adirondack of the AHL in what is the final year of his initial NHL contract.