Jonathan Filewich (RW)
2007-08: Recorded his first two goals of the season and was plus-2 October 20 @ Bridgeport... Recorded two goals, including the game-winning tally, and was plus-2 December 15 @ Albany...Had three points (1+2) and was plus-2 January 9 vs. Lake Erie...Made his NHLâ€ˆdebut against the Washington Capitals on January 21...Scoreless in five games with Pittsburgh...Had three points, all assists, and was plus-2 March 14 @ Bridgeport...Recorded two points (1+1) and was minus-1 April 6 @ Hershey
2006-07: Appeared in all 80 games for the Penguins, one of only two players (Stephen Dixon) to accomplish the featâ€¦Led the team with 30 goals and ranked tied for second with 56 pointsâ€¦Became just the fourth player in team history to record 30 goals (Michel Ouellet, Toby Petersen, John Slaney)â€¦Had a season-high five game point streak (4+3=7) from Nov. 17-26, and a four-game goal streak from Nov. 22-26â€¦Recorded two shorthanded goals Dec. 23 vs. Norfolk, becoming the first player in team history to record multiple shorthanded goals in one gameâ€¦ Won the fastest skater competition at the 2007 CCM AHL All-Star Skills Competition on Jan. 28 with a time of 14.553 secondsâ€¦Recorded one assist at the Rbk Hockey AHL All-Star Game for Team Canada in Toronto on Jan. 29â€¦Recorded a season-high three points (2+1) March 25 @ Philadelphia
2005-06: Finished second on the team with 22 goals and tied for fifth with 36 points... Recorded his first career goal - the game-winning tally - Oct. 8 vs. Hershey...Recorded two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, Dec. 2 at Norfolk... Set the team record for fastest goal at the start of a game when he scored 17 seconds into a 4-3 win against Bridgeport on Feb. 3...Had a five-game point streak from March 10-17 (4+2=6)...Led the team with six playoff goals and was second with 10 playoff points...Recorded eight points (5+3) during the ECSF against Bridgeport...Picked up three points (1+2), including an assist on Ryan Stoneâ€™s overtime goal, in Game Six April 28...Scored the series clinching goal into an empty net during Game Seven of the East Division Semifinals against Bridgeport on April 29.
2004-05: Ranked sixth in the Western Hockey League in scoring, ranked third in goals and tied for second with 19 power-play goalsâ€¦Recorded 80 points (42+38) and 26 penalty minutes in 68 games with Lethbridge (WHL)â€¦Led team in goals and power-play goalsâ€¦Ranked second in scoring and fourth in assistsâ€¦Recorded two points (1+1) in five playoff games.
2003-04: Finished second on Prince George (WHL) in scoring with 55 points and led team with 30 goals.
2002-03: Tied for third on Prince George with 27 goals and ranked fourth with 54 pointsâ€¦2001-02: Ranked eighth on team with 13 goals and 32 points.
2001-02: Led all Prince George rookies with 25 points (9+16).