Saturday, June 25, 2011

Ferlin going to Bruins

Two-thirds of the Ice's top line now has been picked by the NHL. Brian Ferlin was taken by the Boston Bruins with the final pick in the fourth round -- the 121st pick overall. 

Ferlin scored 25 goals and added 48 assists this year in the USHL, playing with linemates Blake Coleman (3rd round, New Jersey) and Daniil Tarasov. Ferlin also had a 6-10-16 line last year for the Ice. 

Ferlin is committed to play collegiately at Cornell. 

The Stanley Cup champs have made some Indianapolis-related waves today, not just selecting Ferlin but also in elevating ex-IHL Indianapolis Ice player and coach Bruce Cassidy to head coach of the AHL Providence Bruins. 

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