Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Joseph Cramarossa
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 10/26/1992
AGE: 23
DRAFTED: ANA: 2011-65 overall
Appeared in his second AHL season in 2014-15, collecting 5-5=10 points with 75 PIM in 54 games with Norfolk…posted his first career shorthanded goal as part of a two-point game (1-1=2), Nov. 7 @ Syracuse…appeared in his 100th career AHL game on Apr. 17 vs. Lehigh Valley…made his AHL debut with Norfolk in 2013-14, scoring 1-3=4 points with 52 PIM in 47 games…scored his first career AHL goal (1-0=1), Dec. 14 vs. Springfield…collected his first professional point (assist), Oct. 6 @ Bridgeport…also made his Calder Cup Playoff debut in 2014, appearing in two games…had a three-game stint with Utah (ECHL) from Feb. 28-Mar. 8, earning 0-2=2 points with a +3 rating and seven PIM…was recalled by Anaheim on Mar. 5, but did not make his NHL debut before being reassigned to Utah the following day…appeared in his fourth OHL season in 2012-13, his first full season with Belleville…scored 19-44=63 points with a +19 rating and 89 PIM in 68 games…established OHL career highs in goals, assists, points and games…led Belleville in scoring and assists, co-led in SHG (2), ranked third in goals and tied for fourth in plus/minus…had a career-high five-point night with his first career hat trick (3-2=5, +4), Jan. 11 @ Kingston…also recorded four points (1-3=4) in a 5-2 win, Feb. 23 vs. Peterborough…helped lead Belleville to Game 7 of the OHL Eastern Conference Final with 5-4=9 points with 35 PIM in 17 postseason games…set OHL Playoff career highs in goals, assists, points and games…signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim on Mar. 2, 2013…scored 14-13=27 points in 44 combined contests with Mississauga and Belleville (OHL) in 2011-12…was acquired by Belleville on Jan. 5…appeared in six postseason contests with the Bulls, collecting 2-2=4 points in the club’s CQF series vs. Ottawa…in his second season with Mississauga in 2010-11, scored 12-20=32 points and a +22 rating in 59 contests…his 101 PIM ranked second among team leaders…added 2-2=4 points in 14 OHL playoff games, including a postseason career-high two-goal game in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final, Apr. 25 @ Niagara…helped Mississauga advance to the Memorial Cup final, going scoreless in five contests…appeared in 64 contests for Mississauga in 2009-10, scoring 6-10=16 points with a +5 rating and 60 PIM…collected 0-2=2 points in 14 playoff games.