DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today recalled right wing Landon Ferraro from the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins.
Ferraro, 23, ranks third on the Griffins with 42 points, including a career-high 27 goals (27-15-42), in 70 games this season. He is also tied for fourth in the AHL in that category, while sitting second with 235 shots on goal. A fourth-year pro, Ferraro has skated in 270 games with the Griffins since 2009-10, notching 140 points (75-65-140) and 204 penalty minutes. He’s also appeared in 33 postseason games, logging 19 points (6-13-19) and helping the Griffins to a Calder Cup championship in 2013. Originally drafted by Detroit in the second round (32nd overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, Ferraro skated in four games for the Red Wings in 2013-14, making his NHL debut on March 18, 2014 versus Toronto. Prior to turning professional, the Trail, British Columbia, native skated in 220 Western Hockey League games with the Red Deer Rebels and Everett Silvertips, registering 152 points (76-76-152) and 270 penalty minutes.