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From the North Shore Bay to NEPA

....................................................................................................................................... If you are familiar with the town of Essex,

Massachusetts. A baseball player during his

Massachusetts, then you probably know that it

college years at Salem State University, Peter

is a blue-collar town about 26 miles from Boston,

would coach his son’s youth hockey teams

located on the state’s famed-North Shore. Its

through the Pee Wee and Squirt levels.

primary industry is shellfish – “clamdigging” to be

“I have to give him a lot of credit,” say Ferriero.

exact – and where the fried clam was claimed to

“He is the one that got me on skates, pushed me

be invented.

through and gave me the opportunity to work

It strikes you as the perfect breeding ground

hard and get better every day.”

for a fourth-line checking center or your classic

The younger Ferrerio headed to Governor

hockey agitator. Yet this is where Benn Ferriero

Dummer Academy for his high school days, where

developed a skill set that includes speed,

he became an All-League talent for the esteemed boarding school. His play for the Governors

| Breakaway 2012-13 Season

earned him a scholarship from Boston College

seem contrary, but it’s the working class successful pro career in the American Hockey

While with the Eagles, Ferriero’s talent and work-

League and the NHL.

man-like style was on full display. Not only did he

The son of a former clamdigger himself, Ferriero

ship, but he finished his collegiate career with

credits his dad, Peter, for helping shape the

165 games played – fifth all-time in the school’s

player Benn has become. Peter bought the

history. He also posted 64 goals, 75 assists and

family’s first house with money made during

139 points, placing him in the Top-30 on BC’s goal

P.2

quickness and smooth stickhandling. The two

years and years spent on the waters of coastal

and point-scoring lists.

background that has helped Ferriero to a

and head coach Jerry York.

help BC to the 2008 NCAA National Champion-


Though drafted by Phoenix in the seventh

“I [wanted] the chance to play with top-end

round (196th overall) of the 2006 NHL Draft,

players like Crosby and Malkin and the

the Coyotes did not sign the talented forward

opportunity to come into an organization with

and Ferriero instead joined the San Jose Sharks

highly-educated people who have been around

organization.

the sport for a long time and know how to win.”

Skating on a line with Logan Couture and Steven

A look at Ferriero’s statistics shows that his

Zalewski, Ferriero made an immediate impact

goals and assist totals that have been pretty

his rookie season in 2009-10 with the Worcester Sharks. He went on to record 50 points (19g-31a) in 58 games as the Sharks finished first in the Atlantic Division and owned the fourth-best record in the AHL. Ferriero actually began his first year in the NHL with San Jose and would make 25 appearances with the big club of the course of the season.

much even throughout his career. His production has been much more lopsided this year as he was unable to find the back of the net through his first fifteen games with WilkesBarre/Scranton. This has not stopped Ferriero from compiling a goal and 12 assists to share the team lead in points with Beau Bennett. His assist totally is far and away tops on the Penguins. Though Ferriero may not be scoring

That’s how it would go for Ferriero’s next two

as consistently as he would like, he is still

seasons with the Sharks as he split time be-

finding ways to contribute on a nightly basis.

tween Worcester and San Jose. In the AHL, he

His seven assists on the man-advantage

was a near point-per-game player, registering

also rank first on the team as the Penguins

53 points (25g-28a) in 63 contests. In his 68 NHL

converted in 10 of 14 games. Having manned

games, Ferriero had a nose for net as he rang up

the point on the power play since his college

12 markers despite playing a third or fourth-line

days at Boston College, Ferriero’s quarterback

role.

play has been a part of the Penguins’ recent

“A lot of those goals were scored in dirty areas,

success on the man-advantage.

but when you’re playing with guys like Joe

“It’s not my job necessarily to score on every

Thornton or Patrick Marleau, all you have to do

power play, but to put everyone else in a

is get to the front of the net and there will be

position where they can have a chance to

opportunities to score.”

score,” commented Ferriero. “You also have to

It’s a testament to both the smooth and rough

the guys down low can make those plays and

sides of Ferriero’s game – the willingness to

bang in some rebounds.”

head to the high-traffic areas of the ice and the ability to have the quick hands in tight spaces to finish the chances when they come.

be able to shoot and get the puck on net where

Ferriero admits that the lack of goal scoring has frustrated him at times, but he is glad to be helping his teammates light the lamp and

A free agent for the first time this summer,

keeping the wins coming for the Penguins. It

Ferriero signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins on

figures to only a matter of time before the

July 13th.

native of the North Shore starts reeling in some goals for himself.

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Obie's Observations

................................................................................................................................ Hello Penguins fans and welcome to the second installment this season of Obie’s Observations. I was a little hesitant to write again after everything I “observed” last month pretty much went into the tank with the rough start to the season had by the team. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton though got back on track with a fantastic November run that has seen them go 9-2 heading into Friday night’s game versus Syracuse. With a favorable December schedule on the horizon, the Penguins seem poised to keep pace with the top teams in the Eastern Conference. - I know many were disheartened by the four-game winless streak that started the 2012-13 season and those outside the locker room were struggling to fathom how that could possibly happen. Looking at the roster, you thought, “They’re too good to have a start like this.” Truth be told, the Penguins were too good and quickly turned things around to win 11 of their last 14 games. Sometimes a roster that looks good on paper simply needs some a few games to come together on the ice. - Credit John Hynes, Alain Nasreddine and the rest of the staff for maintaining calm amongst the team while the Penguins were finding their footing. For Hynes, it was about getting his team to play the right way early on, rather than the results. No one in the locker room ever panicked and most thought that, if not for a few mistakes and some bad luck, the Pens’ record in October could be vastly different. The players and coaches felt as though they were right on the cusp of turning things around in November. How right they were. - Jeff Zatkoff’s play has been otherworldly during this month. Over his last eight starts, Zatkoff has allowed just eight goals, going 7-1-0 with three shutouts, a 0.99 goals against average and a .961 save percentage. The defense has been much improved in front of him, yes, but the fifth-year netminder has upped his game as well. Not only is Zatkoff making all the saves he should, but he’s pulling at least one or two spectacular saves a game. - Philip Samuelsson has taken a significant leap developmentally from his rookie year to his second season as a pro. Last year, the 20-year old rookie looked at times like, well, a 20-year old rookie. This year you can see a much more confident game from the defenseman. He’s making smart decisions with the puck, playing with an edge and has become a go-to on the penalty kill for Coach Hynes.

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- Remember last season when it seemed like the Penguins couldn’t buy a win in the shootout? Well don’t look now, but WBS has won seven in a row dating back to last season. They have gone 3-0 this year and Brad Thiessen has kept a clean slate in his two shootout games, stopping all nine skaters he faced. - For all that’s been made about the Penguins coming together as a team this past month, they have also benefitted from great individual performances. Zatkoff, of course, has his three shutouts. Trevor Smith and Beau Bennett each gathered two goals in back-to-back games. Eric Tangradi picked up his second career hat trick on Nov. 16 versus Bridgeport. Even as recently as Sunday against Albany, Tom Kuhnhackl (2g-1a) and Brian Gibbons (1g-2a) registered three-point matches. I have a feeling though that everyone in the locker room would say it’s been the play of the entire team that has made these performances possible. Mike O’Brien is Director of Communications and Color Analyst for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. He has over ten years of sports broadcasting experience and has worked with the Lowell Devils of the AHL, the ECHL’s Trenton Titans and, in the collegiate ranks, the Boston College and St. Lawrence University men’s hockey teams.


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HOLDING

Using hands on an opponent or his equipment

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HOOKING

Using the stick or blade to hook an opponent

MISCONDUCT Called for various forms of unsportsmanlike conduct

Disallowing of a goal when signaled by a referee. No offside or icing when used by linesman

ELBOWING

Using the elbow to impede an opponent

BOARDING

Driving opponent into the boards

ROUGHING Engaging in fisticuffs or shoving.

SLASHING

Swinging the stick at an opponent

HIGH STICKING Carrying the stick above the shoulder against an opponent.

UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT

Challenging or disputing the rule of an official and abusing the line of respect

SPEARING

Using the stick like a spear

ICING

Shooting the puck across the opponent’s goal line from behind the center red line allowing the opponent to touch the puck first

INTERFERENCE

Having contact with an opponent not in possession of the puck.

CROSS CHECKING Hitting an opponent with both hands on the sticks on the ice

KNEEING

Using the knee to impede an opponent

TRIPPING

Using the stick, arm or leg to cause the opponent to trip or fall.

CHARGING

Taking three or more strides before checking an opponent.


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HISTORY

The American Hockey League is enjoying its 77th season

of play in 2012-13, continuing a tradition of excellence that began in 1936 when the Canadian-American Hockey League merged with the International Hockey League to form what is today known as the AHL. Eight teams hit the ice that first season,playing in Buffalo,Cleveland,New Haven,Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Springfield and Syracuse.

A Tradition of Excellence Est. 1936

Frank Calder, the National Hockey League’s president at the time, was instrumental in the forming of the new league, and his name would be given to its championship trophy. The first Calder Cup was won by the Syracuse Stars in 1937; the 76th championship was captured by the Norfolk Admirals last spring. LEGENDS

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Over the past three-quarters of a century, the American Hockey

Billy Smith Honored Member, Hockey Hall of Fame 1971 Calder Cup Champion

League has been home to some of the greatest players in the history of our sport. In fact, more than 100 honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame have been affiliated with the AHL during their careers. All-time greats like George Armstrong, Toe Blake, Gump Worsley, Terry Sawchuk, Glenn Hall, Brad Park, Ken Dryden and Brett Hull came through the AHL ranks and now find themselves enshrined in Toronto, and the coveted Calder Cup trophy is inscribed with the names of legendary AHL alumni like Patrick Roy, Larry Robinson, Gerry Cheevers, Andy Bathgate,Tim Horton, Al Arbour, Emile Francis, Doug Harvey and Billy Smith.

The American Hockey League has created its own legends as well,

and in 2006 began honoring them with the formation of the AHL Hall of Fame. The seventh class of inductees, recognized in 2012, included Joe Crozier, Jack Gordon, John Stevens and Zellio Toppazzini.They join the likes of Johnny Bower, Fred Glover, Jody Gage, Mitch Lamoureux, Willie Marshall, Frank Mathers, Eddie Shore, Bruce Boudreau, Tim Tookey and others as distinguished members of the American Hockey League Hall of Fame.

In today’s National Hockey League, more than 88 percent of the

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players are AHL alumni, including 2012 Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators and Selke Trophy recipient Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins.The 2012 Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings were stocked with AHL graduates as well, among them Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, Dustin Penner, Jarret Stoll, Willie Mitchell and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Jonathan Quick. Jonathan Quick 2012 Conn Smythe Trophy Winner


PLAYERS

During the 2011-12 season, more than 850 AHL alumni played in the

COACHES

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National Hockey League, including 329 who skated in both leagues last year alone. Edmonton’s Jordan Eberle, Ottawa’s Jason Spezza and Philadelphia’s Claude Giroux were among the 11 AHL graduates who led their NHL teams in scoring, and former AHL All-Stars Pekka Rinne, Kari Lehtonen and Ryan Miller were among the 28 AHL goaltending alumni who paced their NHL clubs in victories. More than 200 former first- and second-round draft picks developed their skills in the AHL last season, including 2012 AHL All-Stars Kyle Palmieri, Thomas Hickey, Brandon Pirri, Colby Robak, Alex Plante and Zack Kassian.

Former AHL forward Claude Giroux finished third in the NHL scoring race with 93 points for the Flyers in 2011-12.

At the start of the 2012-13 season, the NHL featured 22 head coaches who were former AHL

bench bosses, including recent Stanley Cup champions Claude Julien (Boston, 2011), Joel Quenneville (Chicago, 2010), Dan Bylsma (Pittsburgh, 2009), Mike Babcock (Detroit, 2008), Randy Carlyle (Anaheim, 2007), Peter Laviolette (Carolina, 2006) and John Tortorella (Tampa Bay, 2004). “The American Hockey League has been essential in developing my potential both as a player and as a coach. Being able to hone my skills and improve at a high level of competition was key to reaching my goals of playing in the NHL, becoming a head coach and winning the Stanley Cup.” -- Dan Bylsma, Head Coach, Pittsburgh Penguins 2011 Jack Adams Award Winner, 2009 Stanley Cup Champion

Attendance was up nearly 5 percent in 2011-12 as 6.4 million fans FANS

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attended games; since 2001,AHL games have been played before more than 72 million fans in arenas across North America. The Hershey Bears paced the league for the sixth year in a row, averaging 9,872 fans per game last season, and outdoor showcases in Philadelphia (45,653 - an all-time AHL record) and Hamilton (20,565 - largest ever for AHL in Canada) set league attendance marks. The Norfolk Admirals set a franchise single-season attendance record in 2011-12 en route to their first Calder Cup championship.

STARS

The AHL All-Star Classic showcases the league’s top talent each

Of the 597 players to take part in the AHL All-Star Classic since 1995, more than 92 percent have competed in the National Hockey League, including Dan Boyle, Daniel Briere, Ryan Callahan, Brian Campbell, Chris Kunitz, Zach Parise, Bobby Ryan, Martin St. Louis, Eric Staal and Tomas Vokoun. /TheAHL

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