Landon Ferraro

C / RW


  • DOB: 8/8/1991
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 190
  • Shoots: R
  • Hometown: Trail, BC
  • Drafted: Selected by Detroit Red Wings in the second round (#32 overall) 2009 NHL Entry Draft

Career Notes: Enters his seventh pro season in 2017-18, having signed a two-year, two-way deal with Minnesota on July 1, 2017… 2016-17: Had his season cut short after 22 games in Chicago (AHL) after suffering a torn ACL. Had 15 points off seven goals and eight assists… 2015-16: Appeared in 10 NHL games for the Detroit Red Wings. Claimed off waivers by Boston (Nov. 22) and skated in 58 games, collecting 10 points (5G, 5A)… 2014-15: Skated in 70 AHL games with the Grand Rapids Griffins, recording 27 goals and 15 assists for 42 points. Also registered a career-best plus-14 rating and 235 shots on goal. Appeared in three regular season NHL games with Detroit, picking up one goal and a +1 plus/minus rating. Held scoreless in seven playoff games with the Red Wings… 2013-14: Played in 70 games with the Griffins and picked up 31 points (15G, 16A) and 52 penalty minutes. Ranked among team leaders in goals (5th), power play goals (T-7th), shorthanded goals (1, 3rd), shorthanded assists (1, T-2nd), game-winning goals (2, T-6th) and shots (195, 2nd). Skated in his 200th AHL game, April 19, 2014 at Lake Erie. Enjoyed three two-goal performances with Grand Rapids. Chipped in three points (G, 2A) in nine postseason appearances. Made his NHL debut with Detroit March 18, 2014 vs. Toronto… 2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with Grand Rapids. Ranked among team leaders with 24 goals (1st), 23 assists (6th) and 47 points (3rd) in 72 games, all career highs. Led the AHL with seven shorthanded points (3G, 4A). Also ranked among team leaders with eight power-play goals (2nd), nine power-play assists (T-4th), 156 shots (4th) and a 0.154 shooting percentage (1st). Tied for third on the team and sixth in the AHL with 16 points (5G, 11A) in 24 playoff games. Notched his first professional multi-point game with a two-goal game on Nov. 10, 2012 at Peoria. Became the ninth player in franchise history to have multiple overtime goals when he scored the winner on Dec. 22 vs. Chicago. Tied for the team lead with five points (G, 4A) in the Calder Cup Finals, including two assists in the clinching game on June 18 at Syracuse… 2011-12: Ranked second among Griffins rookies with 20 points (9G, 11A) in 55 games. Tied for the team lead with four game-winning goals. Recorded his first pro point, an assist, in the team's season opener on Oct. 8, 2011 at Rockford. Scored his first professional goal Nov. 11, 2011 at Hamilton… 2010-11:  Joined WHL Everett after an offseason trade from Red Deer and served as captain. Finished sixth in team scoring despite missing 29 games with injuries. Posted 10 points (4G, 6A) in a career-high nine-game scoring streak to start the season. Racked up another nine points (4G, 5A) in a six-game scoring streak in late January before losing the next six weeks to a sports hernia injury. Returned to tally three assists in four postseason contests… 2009-10: Ranked among Red Deer's leaders with 16 goals (4th), 30 assists (3rd) and 46 points (4th). Joined Grand Rapids after the season on an ATO and made his professional debut April 9, 2010 vs. Lake Erie…2008-09: Scored 37 goals for Red Deer (WHL) and tied for ninth in the league. Added 18 assists to lead Red Deer in scoring with 55 points. Finished third on the club with 99 penalty minutes. Led the Rebels with 12 power-play tallies. Appeared at the 2009 CHL Top Prospects Game and won the fastest skater event during the skills competition. Represented Canada at the World U18 Championship and recorded four points (2G, 2A)… 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 (13G, 11A)… 2006-07: Played midget hockey for the Vancouver NW Giants and registered 34 points (21G, 13A) in 25 games. 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.

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