Defenceman Peter Fiorentino made it to the NHL for one game during the 1991-92 season. He played a rough brand of hockey but was also capable of moving the puck up ice. Virtually his entire pro career was spent in the minor leagues.
The native of Niagara Falls, Ontario played four years of junior with the OHL's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. In 1988 he was chosen 215th overall by the New York Rangers in the NHL Entry Draft. Fiorentino spent six years in the "Blueshirts'" organization.
Apart from one game with the Rangers in 1991-92, the rugged blueliner spent most of his time running into bodies on behalf of Binghamton in the AHL. He later played in the IHL and United Hockey League before retiring in 1998.