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|1983 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 194 overall by Buffalo Sabres
September 5, 1965
Height: 6-0 Weight: 170
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada)
Hometown: Kamloops, British
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Kamloops Armstrong Award (Playoffs MVP): 1983 (co-winner)
Miscellaneous: Also played organized baseball in Kamloops, B.C., during
his junior career.
| Debut: March 1, 1987 (Vancouver at Buffalo)|
Numbers: 29, 28 (Buffalo); 40, 29, 36
(Washington); 3 (Anaheim);
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
||BUF, WAS, ANA, DET||91
AWARDS AND HONORS
1993-94: Played on first Mighty Ducks of Anaheim team.
Played three regular-season games for Detroit team that reached Stanley Cup
Finals, but was not with team in postseason.
Miscellaneous: Traded by Washington to Toronto for a 1992
12th-round pick on Feb. 27, 1992, but
never played for parent team. The draft pick was later converted to cash
after NHL shortened the 1992 draft to 11 rounds. ... Signed with Ottawa as an unrestricted free
agent on Aug. 6, 1992, but never played for parent team. ... Left
unprotected by Ottawa for 1993 NHL Expansion Draft. He was claimed by
Anaheim on June 24, 1993. ... Missed part of 1993-94 season with strained
groin, an injury suffered during Anaheim's Nov. 14, 1993, game at N.Y.
Rangers. He did not return to action until Anaheim's Nov. 26, 1993, game vs.
San Jose. ... Missed parts of 1993-94 season with re-aggravation of strained
groin, an injury suffered during Anaheim's Nov. 26, 1993, game vs. San Jose,
and with deep contusion in left thigh, an injury suffered during Anaheim's
Dec. 14, 1993, game at Detroit.
Kamloops (WHL); Rochester (AHL); Baltimore, St. John's, New Haven (AHL); San
Diego (IHL); Adirondack (AHL); Orlando, Long Beach (IHL); Kassel (Germany);
Houston (IHL); Schwenningen (Germany); Long Beach (WCHL)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL All-Star Second Team: 1990-91
WHL West Division All-Star First Team:
Kamloops Dever Award (Best Defenseman): 1984-85
Kamloops Day Award (Leadership/Sportsmanship): 1984-85
Armstrong Award (Playoffs MVP): 1984 (co-winner)
1986-87: Played 54 regular-season games for Rochester team that went
on to win AHL playoff title, but was not with team in postseason.
1992-93: Played on IHL regular-season champion (San Diego).
1997-98: Played on IHL regular-season champion (Long Beach).
Coaching Career: Named Kamloops (WHL) assistant coach prior to 2002-03
season and remained in position until May 16, 2003. ... Named Kamloops (WHL)
associate coach on May 16, 2003, and remained in that position through
Miscellaneous: Also played left
wing for Kamloops (WHL) in 1983-84 and 1984-85 seasons. ... Missed part
of 1985-86 season with broken foot, an injury suffered in March 1986. ...
Loaned by New Haven (AHL) to San Diego (IHL) for balance of 1992-93 season
on Feb. 17, 1993. ... Released by Houston
(IHL) in early December 1999. He became a free agent and Signed with
Schwenningen (Germany) on Dec. 10, 1999.
Personal: Full name is Mark E.
Ferner. ... Younger brother of former minor-leaguer Darryl Ferner and former
junior player Kelly Ferner. ... Son of former Kamloops (WHL) scout Ed Ferner.
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
Buffalo traded Ferner to Washington in exchange for Scott McCrory on June 1,
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