Joey Mormina (D)
2011-12: Scored game-winning shorthanded goal @ STJ (5/2) in Game 2 of ECSF…Had two assists on @ BNG (2/17)…Potted first two-goal game of pro career with one goal and one shorthanded empty-net marker vs. HER (11/4).
2010-11: Registered two goals, nine assists and 44 penalty minutes over 50 games in third season with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
2009-10: Posted his first points of the season with a three-point game (1 goal, 2 assists) on 11/4/09 at BRI… …Played in his 300th career AHL game, scored the game-winning goal and added one assist on 12/30/09 at ALB.
2008-09: Completed his fourth pro season, his first with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins…Finished second in the AHL with a +37 plus-minus rating…Registered his 250th career pro game played on 2/25/09 vs. HFD…Played in his 250th career AHL game on 2/27/09 vs. ALB…Ranked second on the team in plus-minus, was tied for sixth on the team in games played (70) and was seventh in penalty minutes (71).
2007-08: Played his 150th career pro game on 12/14 at LOW…Scored his first goal of the season on December 16 at Bridgeport…Tied his pro career-high with two goals on January 12 vs. WOR…Recalled by Carolina on 2/14 and made his NHL debut that night against the Pittsburgh Penguins… Played his first game while wearing the “C” for Albany on 3/15 vs. WBS…Played in his 200th career pro game on 4/9 vs. Norfolk…Played in his 200th career AHL game and tallied one assist on 4/11/08 vs. WBS... Played in the longest game in AHL history (five overtimes) on April 24, in Game 5 of the East Division Semifinals vs. Philadelphia.
2006-07: Played 62 games for Manchester (AHL) finishing with 11 points (2g, 9a) and 108 PIM.
2005-06: Made professional debut for Manchester, playing 61 games and tallying 13 assists and 70 PIM.
OTHER: Played four years of NCAA Division college hockey for Colgate University of the ECACHL…In 141 career NCAA games for the Raiders he had 56 points (16 goals, 40 assists) and 156 penalty minutes…Helped Colgate win their second ECACHL regular season crown during the 2003-04 season.