Jonathan Filewich ()
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 NHL debut 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 feat…Led the team with 30 goals and ranked tied for second with 56 points…Became just the fourth player in team history to record 30 goals (Michel Ouellet, Toby Petersen, John Slaney)…Had a season-high five game point streak (4+3=7) from Nov. 17-26, and a four-game goal streak from Nov. 22-26…Recorded two shorthanded goals Dec. 23 vs. Norfolk, becoming the first player in team history to record multiple shorthanded goals in one game… Won the fastest skater competition at the 2007 CCM AHL All-Star Skills Competition on Jan. 28 with a time of 14.553 seconds…Recorded one assist at the Rbk Hockey AHL All-Star Game for Team Canada in Toronto on Jan. 29…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 Stone’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 goals…Recorded 80 points (42+38) and 26 penalty minutes in 68 games with Lethbridge (WHL)…Led team in goals and power-play goals…Ranked second in scoring and fourth in assists…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 points…2001-02: Ranked eighth on team with 13 goals and 32 points.
2001-02: Led all Prince George rookies with 25 points (9+16).