Played in all 38 games
Ranks 32nd all-time in scoring at PC with 115 points
Led the team in assists with 37
Finished second on the team in scoring (51 points)
Registered 15 multiple-point games
Notched two assists versus UMass-Lowell on 2/5 to surpass the 100-point plateau
Posted two four assist games
Has played in 105 consecutive games
Earned the team's Top Defensive Player Award
Played in all 36 games
Finished second on the team in scoring (34 points)
Recorded 10 multiple-point games
Tied career-high with four points (two goals, two assists) against Northeastern (1/9)
Led team with a plus/minus rating of 13
Played in 35 games
Finished fourth on the team in scoring (30 points)
Recorded a hat trick against UMass-Lowell (2/2)
Earned HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Week (2/3)
Registered three assists in his first collegiate game versus Army (10/18)
Scored his first collegiate goal against Boston University (11/8)
Posted five multiple-point games
Recorded a career-high four points (one goal, three assists) against Northeastern (11/23)
Led the team with a plus/minus rating of 22
Earned the team's Most Valuable Freshman Award
Played for the St. Albert Saints of the AJHL
Helped lead team to 1996 AJHL title
Led AJHL in scoring in 1995-96 with 103 points (40 goals, 63 assists) in 60 games
Established AJHL record for most assists in the playoffs by a left winger
Graduated from Archbishop O'Leary High School
Drafted by the Edmonton Oilers - 1996 Entry Draft, 8th round, 195th choice
NAME: Fernando A. Pisani
BIRTHDATE: December 27, 1976
FAMILY: Son of Cosmo and Maria Pisani; has one brother, Sandro, and two sisters, Rosa and Sabrina
HOBBIES: Tennis and golf
YEAR GP G A PTS PEN-MIN PPG SHG GWG 1996-97 35 12 18 30 18-36 2 0 0 HE 24 10 12 22 12-24 2 0 0 1997-98 36 16 18 34 10-20 4 0 2 HE 24 9 10 19 4-8 2 0 1 1998-99 38 14 37 51 21-42 6 0 0 HE 24 9 26 35 12-24 5 0 0 TOTALS 109 42 73 115 49-98 12 0 2 HE 72 28 48 76 28-56 9 0 1
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