Benn Ferriero

RW / St. Louis Blues / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Blues Forward Ferriero Signs With Austrian Team

      News: Benn Ferriero signed a contract Tuesday with EC Red Bull Salzburg of Austria.
      Analysis: A veteran of 98 career NHL games, Benn Ferriero spent all of the past season with AHL Chicago, where he tallied two goals and seven points in 39 games. He's still just 28 years old, but doesn't seem likely to earn any sort of role with an NHL club even if he opts to return to North America next summer.
    • Blues Reassign Ferriero

      News: Benn Ferriero was reassigned to AHL Chicago over the weekend, reports.
      Analysis: He's just a depth player for the Blues, with an appointment to the parent club unlikely this season barring an assortment of injuries. Benn Ferriero totaled 39 points over 54 games for AHL Utica in 2013-14.
    • Blues Ink Ferriero To One-Year, Two-Way Deal

      News: Benn Ferriero signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Blues on Wednesday,'s Lou Korac reports.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero played just two games with the Canucks in the NHL last season, but was productive in the AHL with Utica, recording 39 points, including 19 goals, in 54 games. He will likely be in a similar situation this season with the Blues, and will have to impress in training camp to make the team at the start of the regular season.
    • Canucks' Ferriero Sent Down To AHL

      News: Benn Ferriero was re-assigned to AHL Utica on Wednesday.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero averaged less than five minutes of ice time in two games after his recall Sunday and will now head back to Utica. Perhaps Alexandre Burrows (jaw) is nearing a return.
    • Canucks' Ferriero Recalled From AHL

      News: Benn Ferriero was recalled from AHL Utica on Sunday.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero, 26, has played in all of four NHL games since the end of the 2011-12 season. He has some goal-scoring ability, but he's posted a minus-10 rating with Utica this season and figures play a minimal role along the wing while up.
    • Canucks Sign Ferriero

      News: Benn Ferriero has signed with the Canucks.
      Analysis: The 26-year-old winger was shipped from the Penguins to the Rangers in January, but he ended up playing in only four games for New York. Though he did total 30 points (8G, 22A) and a minus-7 rating in 57 games at the AHL level last season, the Rangers shipped Benn Ferriero to the Wild after the season ended, and the Wild chose not tender Ferriero a qualifying offer, thus allowing him to walk in free agency. He'll now head to Vancouver in hopes of locking down consistent playing time at the NHL level.
    • Wild Don't Qualify Ferriero

      News: The Wild did not tender a qualifying offer to Benn Ferriero on Tuesday, and he will become a free agent, the Star Tribune reports.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero was acquired from the Rangers on Sunday, but it was a swap of expiring contracts. Ferriero will test the free-agent market, but might not find an NHL offer forthcoming after getting into just four games with the Rangers last year.
    • Ferriero Headed To Wild

      News: The Rangers traded Benn Ferriero and a future sixth-round draft pick to the Wild on Sunday in exchange for Justin Falk, TSN's James Mirtle reports.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero appeared in just four NHL games last season but did score 30 points (eight goals) in 57 AHL contests. He'll likely have to compete for a roster spot in Minnesota and isn't likely to be anything more than a fourth-line forward.
    • Rangers Demote Ferriero

      News: Benn Ferriero has been assigned to AHL Connecticut.
      Analysis: Benn Ferriero, who recorded an assist in four games with the Rangers, is cycled out by the team while fellow forwards J.T. Miller and Brandon Mashinter are on their way to the big club.
    • Ferriero Notches First Point With Rangers

      News: Benn Ferriero collected an assist, two shots and a plus-1 rating Tuesday in a win over the Flyers.
      Analysis: Despite skating just 8:21, Benn Ferriero collected his first point as a Ranger in his second game with the team. Ryan Callahan left with an injury Tuesday, which may mean an opportunity for Ferriero to get some top-six minutes.
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