Boston, MA - Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced Friday, March 27, that the club has assigned forward Brian Ferlin to Providence.
Ferlin competed in seven games for Boston, recording one assist. He made his NHL debut on February 20 against the Blues in St. Louis and notched his first career NHL point with an assist in his second game with Boston on February 22 against the Chicago Blackhawks.
In his first full season at the American Hockey League level, the 22-year-old has appeared in 46 games for Providence, notching nine goals and seven assists for 16 points with 36 penalty minutes.
The winger competed in 92 collegiate games in three years at Cornell (2011-14) where the 22-year-old racked up 31 goals and 41 assists for 72 points with a plus-25 rating. In his final season at Cornell in 2013-14, Ferlin led the team in goals (13) and points (27), and was named All-Ivy League First team and to the All-ECAC Hockey Third team.
Boston drafted the 6’2’’, 209-pound native of Jacksonville, FL in the fourth round (121st overall) of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
TRANSACTION: Boston Bruins assign forward Brian Ferlin to Providence.