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Matthew Pistilli

#15 Matthew Pistilli

Position Right Wing
Height 6'2"
Weight 219
Shoots Right
Born Oct. 17, 1988
Birthplace Montreal, Quebec
Drafted Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2004-05 Shawinigan QMJHL   2 1 1 2 6   - - - - -
2005-06 Shawinigan QMJHL   34 5 5 10 20   - - - - -
  Gatineau QMJHL   32 10 13 23 16   17 2 2 4 8
2006-07 Gatineau QMJHL   65 22 29 51 44   5 1 1 2 2
2007-08 Gatineau QMJHL   63 37 56 93 51   19 11 17 28 14
2008-09 Shawinigan QMJHL   63 45 41 86 37   21 13 7 20 4
2009-10 Florida ECHL   11 2 2 4 4   8 3 6 9 2
  Albany AHL   41 5 3 8 10   - - - - -
2010-11 Florida ECHL   27 15 16 31 12   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   50 8 11 19 15   5 0 1 1 0
2011-12 Charlotte AHL   73 12 13 25 24   - - - - -
2012-13 South Carolina ECHL   35 8 15 23 21   - - - - -
  Florida ECHL   39 17 35 52 26   13 4 6 10 2
  Charlotte AHL   3 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   167 25 27 52 49   - - - - -
NHL TOTALS   - - - - -   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   279 67 95 162 96   26 7 13 20 4

Biography

Matthew Pistilli
Signed a professional tryout contract on 12/27/13.

2012-13

Played most of the season at the ECHL level with South Carolina and Florida, but also appeared in three games with Charlotte on a professional tryout contract ... Set ECHL and professional career highs with 74 games played, 25 goals, 50 assists and 75 points ... Began the season with South Carolina before being traded to Florida in exchange for Matt Beca on 12/31 ... Despite playing just 39 games with Florida, ranked second on the team in scoring with 52 points ... Signed a PTO with Charlotte at the end of the NHL's lockout on 1/12 and released on 1/18 after going scoreless in three games.

2011-12

Completed his third professional season, all with the Carolina organization, spending the entire campaign at the AHL level for the first time … Set new career highs in games played (73), goals (12), assists (13) and points (25) … Tied for first on the team with three game-winning goals … Scored four shootout goals on 10 attempts, including two game-winners … Registered his first point of the season, an assist on Jon Matsumoto’s game-winner vs. PEO (10/16) … Had his first of four multi-point games with two assists vs. NOR (10/23), including one on Cedric McNicoll’s game-winner on the power play … Scored his first goal of the season, the game-winner with 44 seconds left in regulation, and fired a season-high six shots at OKC (10/28) … Recorded an assist at SA (10/29), setting a season-best, three-game point streak that tied his career high (1g, 3a) … Scored his third goal of the season and second game-winning goal vs. RFD (11/20) … Tied his career high with two goals and set a new career high with three points vs. MIL (11/27) … Started a run of four unanswered goals with his sixth of the season in a 4-2 win vs. CHI (12/16) … Had the lone assist on Zach Boychuk’s game-winning goal at MIL (1/7) … Scored his ninth goal of the season and third game-winning goal early in the third period and took five shots at NOR (1/24) … Assisted on two of Charlotte’s three goals vs. OKC (2/3) … Tied his career high of three points set earlier in the season with a one goal, two assist performance vs. OKC (2/24) … Was a healthy extra for three games (12/4, 12/5, 12/15) … Longest point streak: 3 games (10/23-10/29: 1g, 3a) … Multi-goal games: 1 (11/27) … Multi-assist games: 3 (10/23, 2/3, 2/24) … Multi-point games: 4 (10/23, 11/27, 2/3, 2/24).

2010-11

Split the season between Florida (ECHL) and Charlotte (AHL), earning career highs in games played (50), goals (8), assists (11) and points (19) on the AHL level… Had 31 points (15g, 16a) in 27 ECHL games with Florida… Scored the game-winning goal in Charlotte’s playoff-clinching game at Albany (4/2)…Skated in five Calder Cup playoff games for the Checkers, earning one assist.

2009-10

Completed his first professional season, splitting the year between Albany (AHL) and Florida (ECHL)… Scored his first professional point with an assist for Albany (AHL) vs. Adirondack (10/17/09)… Scored his first two AHL goals vs. Springfield (10/30/09).

Junior

Completed a five-season Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) with 120 goals and 145 assists (265 points) in 259 games with Shawinigan and Gatineau… Ranked seventh in the QMJHL in scoring in 2007-08 with Gatineau, totaling 93 points (37g, 56a) during the regular season… Was the CHL Player of the Week for the week ending 2/17/08 after scoring five goals and eight assists for 13 points in three games… Helped lead Gatineau to the 2008 QMJHL title with 28 points (11g, 17a) in 19 playoff games… Ranked fourth in the QMJHL in goals in 2008-09, finding the net a team-best 45 times… Was third among Shawinigan skaters and eighth in the QMJHL in scoring with 86 points… Awarded the CHL’s 2008-09 Humanitarian of the Year Award, which recognizes community impact along with on-ice performance, edging out fellow Hurricanes prospect Chris Terry in the voting… Notched 20 points (13g, 7a) in 21 playoff games for the Cataractes as Shawinigan advanced to the seventh game of the 2009 QMJHL Finals before falling to Drummondville.