Ferlin (undisclosed) was waived by the Oilers on Tuesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Ferlin signed a one-year deal with Edmonton this offseason, but has yet to play a game for the team. He spent the previous two seasons in the AHL with the Providence Bruins, and the AHL seems to be where he is headed again.
Ferlin was granted a one-year contract by the Oilers on Saturday. A Cornell product, Ferlin had been associated with Boston the last three seasons. The Bruins selected him with a fourth-round (121st overall) pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, but he's only made seven NHL appearances to date and none since the 2014-15 campaign.
Ferlin re-signed with the Bruins for one year Thursday, TSN reports. Ferlin played for Cornell University from 2011-14 and has since split time between the Bruins and AHL Providence. Last season, the power forward put up 14 points in 23 games with the Baby Bruins. Since the 24-year-old reportedly was given a one-year, two-way extension, it's likely that he will continue shuffling around the league ranks, with a call-up to the parent club in the case of injuries.
Ferlin (upper body) is not skating in practice on Wednesday and is not expected to play in this weekend's games for AHL Providence, Mark Divver of the Providence Journal reports. The Cornell product split his time between the NHL and AHL last season, scoring 20 points for AHL Providence and tallying one assist in seven games for the Bruins. He played in one game for AHL Providence before suffering this injury. Ferlin could be a contributor within the next year or two for the rebuilding Bruins.
Ferlin remains out with an upper-body injury, Mark Divver of The Providence Journal reports. Ferlin is a depth forward within the Bruins' organization, having drawn into one game for AHL Providence this season.
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