Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Bobby Ryan
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 17/03/1987
AGE: 29
DRAFTED: ANA: 2005-2 overall

2014-15: Signed a seven-year contract extension on Oct. 2 … Matched a career high (which he set with Anaheim in 2010-11) with five game-winning goals … Helped Dave Cameron register the first win of his NHL coaching career with the shootout’s game-deciding goal on Dec. 13 at Boston (3-2 SO win) … Registered the game-winning goal in consecutive games for the first time in his NHL career from Dec. 29 vs. Buffalo (5-2 win) to Jan. 3 at Boston (3-2 OT win). His game-winning goal against the Sabres was one of three markers on the evening and the Senators only hat-trick of the season, and the fourth of his career … Represented the Senators, contributing two points (one goal, one assist) for Team Foligno, at the 60th NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 25 in Columbus … Became only the second Senators player in franchise history (Alexandre Daigle) to record two game-winning goals against Boston in one season (Jan. 3 and March 19) … Played in the 500th game of his NHL career on Feb. 18 vs. Montreal (4-2 win) … Registered the 200th assist of his NHL career on March 23 vs. San Jose (5-2 win). 2013-14:  Played 70 games in his first season with Ottawa …  Made his Senators debut, skating in 15:51 time-on-ice and recording five shots on goal on Oct. 4 at Buffalo (1-0 win) … Recorded his first point (an assist) as a Senator on Oct. 5 at Toronto (5-4 SO loss) … Scored his first goal with Ottawa and earned his first multi-point game as a Senator on Oct. 9 at Los Angeles (4-3 OT loss) … Scored the team’s only goal in making his return to Honda Center on Oct. 13 at Anaheim (4-1 loss) … Registered his first three-point contest as a Senator (and the 18th of his career) on Nov. 7 vs. Montreal (4-1 win) … Led the Senators and tied for 16th among all NHL players with 12 goals against opponents within the division … The club had a record of 8-0-3 in games in which he recorded at least two points … Reached 20 goals in one season for the fifth time in his career on Jan. 30 vs. Tampa Bay (5-3 win) … Recorded the 300th point of his NHL career on Nov 1 vs. N.Y. Islanders (5-4 SO loss) … Played in the 400th game of his NHL career on Nov. 20 vs. Minnesota (4-3 loss) … Underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia on March 27. The injury caused him to miss the final 12 games of the season. 2012-13: Played in 46 games with Anaheim, scoring 11 goals while adding 19 assists for 30 points ... Recorded his fourth career four-point game (two goals, two assists) at St. Louis (2/9/13) ... Had five multi-point games ... Missed two games due to the flu ... Played in all seven of Anaheim’s playoff games against Detroit ... Scored two goals and added two assists in the post-season ... His goal at Detroit (5/10/13) was the 10th of his playoff career ... Began the season with Mora (Sweden) recording 12 points in 10 games. 2011-12: Registered 57 points (31 goals, 26 assists) in 82 games with Anaheim … Scored 30-plus goals for the fourth consecutive season, becoming only the second active player to do so in their first four full seasons (Alex Ovechkin) … Became the third player in Ducks history to have four consecutive seasons with 30-plus goals, tying Teemu Selanne (1996-00) and Paul Kariya (1998-02) … Was also one of seven players since 2008-09 to accumulate 30 goals each season (Iginla, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Kessel, Marleau and Nash)… Was one of six Ducks to appear in all 82 games … Had 16 multi-point games on the season ... Matched a career high with three assists 4/3/12 at Vancouver … Appeared in his 300th career contest 2/1/12 vs. Dallas … Represented Team USA at the 2012 world championship in Helsinki, scoring seven points in eight games. 2010-11: Appeared in all 82 regular season games, scoring a career-best 71 points (34 goals, 37 assists) … Finished the season ranking tied for eighth in NHL goals … Reached the 30-goal plateau for the third consecutive season … Played in four of Anaheim’s six playoff games against Nashville collecting one goal and four points … Served a two-game suspension (4/17/11 - 4/20/11) following an incident in Game 2 against Nashville … Collected his 200th career NHL point on 4/6/11 vs. San Jose … Had four points 3/9/11 vs. N.Y. Rangers … Scored his first career overtime goal on his first career penalty shot attempt (Howard), 3/2/11 vs. Detroit … Scored his 100th NHL goal, 2/25/11 vs. Minnesota ... Scored his third career hat-trick, 1/12/11 vs. St. Louis … Appeared in his 200th career NHL contest, 12/10/10 vs. Calgary … Earned his second career hat trick , 11/27/10 at Phoenix. 2009-10: Scored a career-high 35 goals in 81 contests … Tied for 10th in the NHL in goals … Scored the game-winning-goal on 12/29/09 vs. Minnesota, which accounted for his 100th career NHL point … Recorded an assist in his 100th career NHL game, 11/3/09 vs. Pittsburgh … Won silver with Team USA in his first career Olympics at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. 2008-09: In his first full NHL season, scored 31 goals and 57 points in 64 games … Was recalled from Iowa (AHL), 11/15/08 and remained with the Ducks throughout the rest of the season ... Collected his first career hat trick and the first by a rookie in Ducks history, 11/8/09 at Los Angeles … Was named the NHL’s Rookie of the Month for January after scoring 11 goals and 16 points in 14 games … Was a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy … Led all NHL rookies in points, goals and points-per-game average) … Appeared in all 13 of Anaheim’s post-season contests … Scored five goals and added two assists in 13 playoff games. 2007-08: Made his NHL debut, scoring his first career goal (Bernier) on 9/29/07 at Los Angeles … Played in 23 NHL games, scoring five goals and 10 points ... Made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, appearing in the first two games of series against Dallas … Was named to the 2007-08 AHL All-Rookie team and voted a starter for PlanetUSA at the 2008 AHL All-Star Classic … Recorded 49 points (21 goals, 28 assists) in 48 games with Portland (AHL). 2006-07: Joined Portland for the final eight games of the AHL season … Spent most of the regular season with Owen Sound (OHL), leading the team in scoring for the second consecutive season. 2005-06: Made his professional hockey debut with Portland, playing in 19 Calder Cup Playoff games and recording eight points.