Benn Ferriero
Benn Ferriero
Right Wing
NUMBER: 78
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
WEIGHT: 195
SHOOTS: Right
BIRTHDATE: 04/29/1987
AGE: 26
BIRTHPLACE: Boston, MA, USA
DRAFTED: PHX: 2006-196 overall

2010-11: T-9th on the team in plus/minus (+8)…Recalled from Worcester on April 9 and appeared in the final game of the season for San Jose…Reassigned to Worcester on Feb. 19…Recalled from Worcester on Feb. 18…Reassigned to Worcester on Feb. 6…Recalled from Worcester on Feb. 1…Reassigned to Worcester on Jan. 28…Scored the game-winning goal on Jan. 22 vs. Minnesota…Recorded his first career fighting major (Ian Cole) on Jan. 15 vs. St. Louis…Scored his first career power play goal on Dec. 30 at Chicago…Recalled on Nov. 27 and scored a goal at Edmonton that night (1-0=1)…Reassigned to Worcester on Nov. 10…Appeared in his first NHL game of the season on Nov. 6 vs. Tampa Bay…Recalled from Worcester (AHL) on Nov. 6…AHL: Posted 33 points (16-17=33) in 43 games with Worcester this season.

2009-10: NHL: Posted five points (2-3=5) in 24 games played…Picked up his first NHL assist on Oct. 19 at NY Rangers…Scored at Washington on Oct. 15…Scored first career goal at Anaheim on Oct. 3. The players who got assists, Jason Demers and Frazer McLaren, also registered their first career point in the NHL on that play. This was only the second time in the last 29 seasons that three players got their first NHL point on the same goal. The last time it happened was on October 4, 2007, when the Coyotes’ Daniel Winnik scored against St. Louis with assists from Martin Hanzal and Craig Weller…Made NHL debut on Oct. 1 at Colorado…AHL: T-6th amongst AHL rookies with 50 points (19-31=50) in 58 games and was named AHL co-player of the month for December…Tied for the team lead with four playoff goals. Career 2008-09: Third on Boston College in points, PIM and second in shots (123)…The 2008-09 recipient of the Pike’s Peak Hockey Club Scholarship...2007-08: Earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Hockey East Tournament after he notched six points (4-2=6) and three game-winners…2006-07: Earned the program’s William J. Flynn Coaches Award...Captured Hockey East All-Tournament accolades...Finished the season with a plus-19…Earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors on Jan. 13…2005-06: Earned Hockey East All-Rookie Team honors...Shared the program’s Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award with Brett Motherwell...Twice earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors — Dec. 12 and Jan. 9...International: Member of the U.S. National Under-18 Team that captured the gold medal at the 2005 IIHF World Under-18 Championship...Played on the U.S. Under-18 Select Team that finished fourth at the Under-18 Junior World Cup and on the U.S. Under-17 Select Team that won the championship at the 2003 Under-17 Five Nations Cup.