Bruins claim Landon Ferraro off waivers

DJ Bean
November 22, 2015 - 8:23 am

The Bruins have claimed forward Landon Ferraro off waivers from the Red Wings. Ferraro, who is the son of longtime NHL forward and current TSN analyst Ray Ferraro, was the 32nd pick of the 2009 draft. He scored 27 goals in 70 games for Grand Rapids of the AHL last season while dressing in three NHL games. He played in 10 games for the Red Wings this season, registering zero points, before being put on waivers. With the claim of Ferraro, the Bruins'€™ roster would be at the maximum of 23 players if Ferraro is healthy and 22 if he remains on injured reserve with knee injury. That figure includes Max Talbot, who was recalled on an emergency basis Saturday. Kevan Miller has been moved to injured reserve, meaning he will definitely miss Monday'€™s game (he last played on Tuesday and players must be on IR for at least seven days). David Pastrnak, who is still on crutches, remains on IR, as does Chris Kelly, who is out for at least the regular season.