Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, AHL
- Current Left Winger in the Pittsburgh Penguins Organization
- Ivy League Player of the Year at Brown University (2011)
- Scored first NHL goal as a Philadelphia Flyer against Ottawa Senators’ goalie Craig Anderson with 45 seconds left in regulation (2011)
Harry Zolnierczyk is currently a left winger in the Pittsburgh Penguins Organization. Originally a Philadelphia Flyer, Harry appeared in 44 games for the Flyers before being traded to the Anaheim Ducks Organization (April, 2013), then on to the Pittsburgh Penguins (June, 2013). In the first game of his professional career, Harry scored his first NHL goal with 45 seconds remaining in the third period against Senators' goaltender Craig Anderson.
Prior to turning professional, Harry attended Brown University where he played four seasons with the Brown Bears men's ice hockey team NCAA's Division I in the ECAC Hockey conference. In his senior season at Brown, Harry was named team captain, replacing graduating captain Aaron Volpatti. After scoring 31 points, including a career-high sixteen goals, Harry was named Ivy League Player of the Year.