Ryan Stone (C)
2007-08: Recorded two points (1+1) and was plus-2 November 9 @ Binghamton...Had two goals and was even on December 8 @ Norfolk...Recorded the game-winning goal and was even December 21 vs. Manchester...Recorded three points (1+2) and was plus-1 Jan. 2 vs. Syracuse...Recalled by Pittsburgh on January 7...Made his NHL debut on January 10 at Tampa Bay, going scoreless...Returned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on January 25 after appearing in four games...Recorded two points (1+1), including the game-winning goal, and was even March 4 @ Philadelphia...Had his third-consecutive two-point game (1+1), including the game-winning goal, March 7 @ Lake Erie...Recalled by Pittsburgh on March 11...Tallied his first NHL point (an assist) on March 12 vs. Buffalo...Returned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on March 16...Tied for fifth on the team in playoff scoring with 17 points (5+12)...Recorded a game-high four points (2+2) in Game Four of the East Division Finals vs. Philadelphia on May 7...Had a five-game scoring streak (2+6=8) from May 3-14.
2006-07: Ranked eighth on the team with 33 points (7+26) in 41 games…Tied for fifth on the team with 26 assists…Recorded nine multi-point games…Recorded a season-high three points (2+1) April 11 vs. Bridgeport.
2005-06: Tied for fifth on the team with 36 points and ranked seventh with 14 goals...Recorded his first career goal, a shorthanded tally, Oct. 8 vs. Hershey...Recorded three assists Nov. 20 @ Bridgeport...Netted the game-winning goal and was even Nov. 25 at Rochester...Led the team with 11 points in the postseason...Had a six game scoring streak during the Calder Cup Playoffs, running from April 23-May 4 (4+6=10)...Scored 13:39 into overtime during Game Six of the East Division Semifinals against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (April 28) to force Game Seven...Picked up three points (1+2) in Game One of the East Division Finals against Hershey on May 4.
2004-05: Ranked second in the Western Hockey League in scoring, recording 99 points (33+66) and 127 penalty minutes in 70 games with Brandon (WHL)…Led the WHL in assists, tied for ninth in goals, tied for fourth in short-handed goals (4) and tied for sixth in game-winning goals (8)…Named First Team All-WHL East Division…Selected to participate for Team WHL in the CHL Canada-Russia Challenge Series…Led the team in assists and ranked fourth in power-play goals (12)…Led the team in short-handed goals and ranked third in penalty minutes…Ranked second in scoring during the WHL playoffs and led the league in assists, recording 27 points (4+23) in 24 playoff games.
2003-04: Finished third on Brandon in scoring, recording 58 points (20+38) while appearing in only 50 games…Ranked third on team with 125 penalty minutes.
2002-03: Recorded 45 points (14+31) in 54 games to tie for sixth on Brandon in scoring.
2001-02: Named Brandon’s top rookie…Finished eighth on the team in scoring with 38 points (11+27) in 65 games…Ranked fifth on the team in assists and ranked with 128 penalty minutes