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Fernando Pisani
Fernando Pisani
Right Wing
Number: 15
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Left
Born: Dec 27, 1976
Birthplace: Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent on 8/24/10
Drafted: EDM / 1996 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 8th (195th overall)

Career:

2009-10:
Tallied eight points (4G, 4A) in 40 regular-season games with the Edmonton Oilers … Missed 36 contests due to injury … Notched six (2G, 4A) of his eight points over his final 15 tilts of the campaign … Registered a goal and an assist on March 21 against San Jose for his only multi-point outing of the season.

2008-09: Recorded seven goals, eight assists and 14 penalty minutes in 38 regular-season games with Edmonton … Missed 42 contests due to injury … Potted goals in back-to-back games on March 27 at Anaheim and March 29 against Minnesota … Tallied a goal and an assist on Oct. 18 against Calgary for his only multi-point game of the year.

2007-08: Shared seventh on the club with 13 goals and added nine helpers in 56 regular-season tilts with the Oilers … Ranked third on the team with three game-winning markers … Missed the first 26 games of the season due to injury … Honored as one of three finalists for the Bill Masterton Award, given annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey … Named Edmonton’s Top Defensive Forward for the second consecutive season … Notched four multi-point outings.

2006-07: Ranked sixth on the Oilers with 14 goals and seventh with 28 points in 77 regular-season contests … Tied a career-high with three points (G, 2A) on Jan. 31 against Columbus … Posted five multi-point outings … Tallied the 100th point of his NHL career with a helper on Jan. 31 against Columbus … Skated in his 200th career NHL game on Oct. 25 at Anaheim … Selected as the Oilers’ Top Defensive Forward.

2005-06: Posted career-bests in goals (18), assists (19) and points (37) in a career-high 80 regular-season contests for Edmonton … Ranked sixth on the club with 18 goals and third with a +5 plus/minus rating … Tallied nine points (4G, 5A) over the course of a career-long six-game point streak from Dec. 15 to Dec. 26 … Registered assists (5A) in a career-high five consecutive contests from Dec. 15 to Dec. 23 … Recoreded six multi-point games, including tying a career-high with a pair of three-point outings … Led the National Hockey League with 14 goals in 24 Stanley Cup Playoff tilts while helping Edmonton to the Western Conference Championship … Ranked third on the Oilers and sixth in the NHL with 18 postseason points (14G, 4A) … Led the league and tied a franchise record with five game-winning goals in the Playoffs … Led Edmonton with six points (5G, A) in six Stanley Cup Final contests … Potted the first shorthanded overtime goal in Stanley Cup Finals history in Game 5 at Carolina on June 14.

2004-05: Registered a goal and five assists in 12 games with Asiago of the Italian League and four points (G, 3A) with Langnau of the Swiss Elite League.

2003-04: Posted 30 points (16G, 14A) and a career-high 46 penalty minutes in 76 regular-season tilts in his first full National Hockey League season with the Edmonton Oilers … Ranked fourth on the club in goals, eighth in points, and fifth with a career-best +14 plus/minus rating … Skated in his 100th career NHL game on March 12 against Vancouver.

2002-03: Tallied eight goals, five assists, and a +9 plus/minus rating in 35 regular-season games in his National Hockey League debut with Edmonton … Finished eighth among NHL rookies in goals and fifth in plus/minus rating … Made his NHL debut on Jan. 8 at Anaheim … Collected an assist for his first career point on Jan. 20 at Calgary … Notched his first career goal on Feb. 5 in Anaheim … Netted the first and only hat trick on his NHL career with three goals on March 22 against Washington … Posted one goal and two penalty minutes in six games in his career Stanley Cup Playoffs debut with the Oilers … Recorded 32 points (17G, 15A) in 41 regular-season tilts for the American Hockey League’s Hamilton Bulldogs.

2001-02: Tallied career-bests in goals (26), assists (34), and points (60) in 79 AHL regular-season contests with Hamilton … Potted 11 power-play goals … Registered a +24 plus/minus rating … Notched ten points (4G, 6A) in 15 AHL postseason tilts.

2000-01: Recorded 25 points (12G, 13A) in 52 regular-season games in his professional debut with the American Hockey League’s Hamilton Bulldogs.

1999-00: Wrapped up his collegiate career with 38 points (14G, 24A) in 38 games as a senior at Providence College (HEA) … Finished as the 13th leading scorer in Friars history with 153 points, ranked eighth in assists (97) and third in games played (147).

1998-99: Posted career-highs with 37 assists and 51 points in 38 games as a junior at Providence.

1997-98: Netted a career-best 16 goals and added 18 assists in 36 games in his sophomore season at Providence College.

1996-97: Opened his college career with 30 points (12G, 18A) and 36 penalty minutes in 35 games as a freshman for the Providence College Friars.

1995-96: Capped his junior career with 40 goals, 63 assists, and 134 penalty minutes in 58 games with the St. Albert Saints of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.