Landon Ferraro (RW)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2013-14: Played in 70 games with the Griffins and picked up 31 points (15-16â€”31) and 52 penalty minutesâ€¦Ranked among team leaders in goals (5th), power play goals (T7th), shorthanded goals (1, 3rd), shorthanded assists (1, T2nd), game-winning goals (2, T6th) and shots (195, 2nd)â€¦Skated in his 200th AHL game, 4/19/14 at LEâ€¦Enjoyed three two-goal performances with Grand Rapidsâ€¦Put away a shorthanded goal with 36 seconds remaining to secure a victory, 10/27/13 at IAâ€¦Chipped in three points (1-2â€”3) in nine postseason appearancesâ€¦Made his NHL debut with Detroit, 3/18/14 vs. TORâ€¦Appeared in four games with the Wings and picked up two PIM and two shots on goal.
2012-13: 2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffins in his second professional seasonâ€¦Shattered his rookie year totals and ranked among team leaders with 24 goals (1st), 23 assists (6th) and 47 points (3rd) in 72 games, all career highsâ€¦Led the AHL with seven shorthanded points (3-4â€”7)â€¦Also ranked among team leaders with eight power play goals (2nd), nine power play assists (T4th), 156 shots (4th) and a 0.154 shooting percentage (1st)â€¦Tied for third on the team and for sixth in the AHL with 16 points (5-11â€”16) in 24 playoff gamesâ€¦Began the season with points in three straight games, 10/12/12-10/19/12â€¦Notched his first professional multi-point game with a two-goal game on 11/10/12 at Peoriaâ€¦Became the ninth player in franchise history two have multiple career overtime goals when he scored the winner on 12/22/12 vs. Chicagoâ€¦Set a career high with a five-game point streak, 12/31/12-1/9/13â€¦Racked up five points (2-3â€”5) in a two-game span, 1/17/13-1/19/13â€¦Finished the regular season on a four-game point streak, 4/12/13-4/21/13, as part of a seven-game stretch that saw him rack up nine points (5-4â€”9)â€¦Matched his season high with a five-game point streak in the postseason, with eight points (2-6â€”8) from 5/4/13-5/17/13â€¦Tied for the team lead with five points (1-4â€”5) in the Calder Cup Finals, including two assists in the clinching game on 6/18/13 at Syracuse.
2011-12: Ranked second among Griffins rookies with 20 points (9-11â€”20) in 55 gamesâ€¦Tied for the team lead with four game-winning goalsâ€¦Also placed among team leaders with 47 penalty minutes (7th), a 0.333 shootout percentage (6th) and a 0.103 shooting percentage (T7th)â€¦Recorded his first pro assist/point in the teamâ€™s season opener, 10/8/11 at Rockfordâ€¦Scored his first professional goal, 11/11/11 at Hamiltonâ€¦Notched an overtime-winning goal, 11/29/11 at Toronto, and a shootout-clinching tally, 12/14/11 vs. Rockfordâ€¦Registered a pair of four-game point streaks, tallying four points (2-2â€”4) from 11/27/11-12/3/11 and four more (1-3â€”4) from 1/11/12-1/20/12â€¦Scored goals in back-to-back games on two occasions, 11/27/11-11/29/11 and 3/7/12-3/10/12.
2010-11: Joined WHL Everett after an offseason trade from Red Deer and served as captainâ€¦Finished sixth in team scoring despite missing 29 games with injuriesâ€¦Registered 27 points (10-17â€”27) in 41 games with the Silvertipsâ€¦Posted 10 points (4-6â€”10) in a career-high nine-game scoring streak to start the seasonâ€¦Racked up another nine points (4-5â€”9) in a six-game scoring streak in late January before losing the next six weeks to a sports hernia injuryâ€¦Returned to tally three assists in four postseason contests.
2009-10: Ranked among Red Deerâ€™s leaders with 16 goals (4th), 30 assists (3rd) and 46 points (4th)â€¦Was a teammate of current Griffin Willie Coetzeeâ€¦Joined the Griffins after the season on an amateur tryout and made his professional debut, 4/9/10 vs. Lake Erie.
2008-09: Lit up the WHL for 37 goals, tying for ninth in the leagueâ€¦Added 18 assists to lead Red Deer in scoring with 55 pointsâ€¦Finished third on the club with 99 penalty minutesâ€¦Led the Rebels with 12 power play talliesâ€¦Appeared at the 2009 CHL Top Prospects Game and won the fastest skater event during the skills competitionâ€¦Represented Canada at the World U18 Championship and recorded four points (2-2â€”4).
2007-08: Skated in 54 games in his first full junior season and finished fourth on Red Deer as a 16-year-old with 24 points (13-11â€”24).
2006-07: Played midget hockey for the Vancouver NW Giants and registered 34 points (21-13â€”34) in 25 gamesâ€¦Made his junior debut late in the season, going scoreless in four games with Red Deer.
2005-06: Selected second overall by Red Deer in the 2006 WHL Bantam Draft.