P.J. Fenton (LW)
2007-08 with Worcester: Final Stats – 4 games played, 0 points (0 goals, 0 assists), 4 penalty minutes, -1 rating … Made professional debut at Springfield (4/2), earning the start … Signed to an ATO on 4/1.
As a Senior (at UMass-NCAA) in 2007-08: Played in all 36 games...served as assistant captain...ranked third on the team in total points with 28 (nine goals and 19 assists)...recorded 12 penalties for 24 minutes, had 116 shots on goal and a +6 rating...tallied six power play goals during the season...recorded seven multi-point games throughout the season...tallied a goal and an assist against Merrimack (3/7)...scored three goals and added two assists in the season series against Maine...registered three assists against #6 Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Lightning College Hockey Classic...recorded a goal and three assists against #7 New Hampshire (12/8) ...scored his first goal of the season at Boston University (11/9)...recorded three assists in a weekend series against UMass-Lowell and Connecticut (10/19; 10/20).
As a Junior in 2006-07: Played in 39 games ... Served as assistant captain ... Totaled 25 points on 10 goals and 15 assists ... Tied for third on the team in both goals and points ... Totaled a team-leading 118 shots on goal, a +7 rating, and 16 penalty minutes ... Assisted on a goal in the NCAA Regional Finals vs. Maine (3/24) ... Picked up two assists in a win vs. No. 9 Maine (3/3) ... Set up a goal in game one and scored on the power play in game two in a home-and-home series vs. Northeastern (2/23,25) ... Scored a goal and assisted on another in a win at No. 13 Boston College (2/2) ... Set up two goals in a win at UMass-Lowell (1/26) ... Tallied a goal and an assist and was +3 vs. UMass-Lowell (1/12) ... Scored on the power play at Boston College (12/9) ... Assisted on a goal and scored the game-winner vs. Niagara (12/1) ... Scored on back-to-back nights, including the game-winner in game two, vs. Providence (11/3-4) ... Assisted on UMass' first goal of the season in the opener vs. Sacred Heart (10/13), then scored his first the following night vs. Clarkson (10/14).
As a Sophomore in 2005-06: Played in 35 games ... Finished with 17 points on five goals and 12 assists ... Sent to the penalty box 17 times for 61 minutes ... Recorded two assists in opening weekend at Clarkson (10/15) ... Scored first goal of the season at Providence (11/4) ... Recorded an assist vs. Merrimack (12/6) ... Tallied two assists vs. Merrimack (1/6), and one again the following night vs. the Warriors (1/7) ... Assisted on a goal vs. Boston College (2/3) ... Had three points--two goals and one assist--at UMass Lowell (2/4) ... Had his fifth multi-point game vs. Northeastern (2/25) with a goal and two assists ... Was named Hockey East Player of the Week for his efforts against the Huskies ... Recorded an assist in game one of the Hockey East Quarterfinals vs. Boston University (3/10) ... Wore No. 14.
As a Freshman in 2004-05: Played in all 38 games, making a large contribution to the team offensively ... Finished second on the team in scoring with 13 goals and 12 assists for 25 points ... Led the team in scoring in Hockey East contests with 17 points (9g, 8a) ... Was named to the Hockey East Superskills All-Rookie Team ... Named Rookie of the Year on UMass squad ... Recorded his first career point assisting on Jamie Solon's game winning goal in 6-4 win against Clarkson (10/9) ... Registered first career goal at Nye Frontier Classic tournament in 2-1 win over Canisius (10/16) ... Tallied five multi-point games over the season, including a three point (1g, 2a) outing vs. Merrimack (11/5) ... 16 of his 25 points came in the first half of the season (9g, 7a) ... Scored the only UMass goals in 6-2 loss at Providence (10/29) and again in 6-2 loss at Maine (11/19) ... Contributed a goal in 3-2 overtime loss at Boston College (3/11) in Hockey East quarterfinals action ... Was sent to the penalty box 14 times for 28 minutes ... Drafted by the San Jose Sharks in fifth round of 2005 NHL Entry Draft, No. 163 overall ... Wore No. 15.
Before UMass: Played for two seasons with the New England Jr. Coyotes for Coach Gary Dineen ... Also played for two seasons at Cathedral High School for Coach David Fenton, helping the Panthers post a 38-9-4 mark ... Tallied 35 points (12g, 23a) during his first year with the Coyotes ... Cathedral squad won the Division I South Hockey title in 2002 and participated in the Elite 8 Hockey Tournament in 2001 ... Was a first-team All-Western Mass. selection in 2002 ... Also excelled in lacrosse, where he was named an All-American in 2004 and saved over 80 percent of shots as a goalie ... Lettered in soccer twice at Cathedral.
Personal: Paul John Fenton, III. ... Born August 26, 1985, in Springfield, Mass. ... Son of Paul and Nona Fenton ... Father played eight seasons in the NHL, including a 32-goal season with the Winnipeg Jets and a 20-goal season with the Los Angeles Kings ... A business major.
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|Regular Season Stats|
|2010-11 Regular Season||Rochester Americans||56||5||10||15||-8||60||26||0||0||0||0.000|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Worcester Sharks||52||6||8||14||4||94||22||0||0||0||0.000|
|2007-08 Regular Season||Worcester Sharks||4||0||0||0||-1||2||4||0||0||0||0.000|