Ryan Dingle (C)
|Birth place:||Steamboat Springs, CO|
2009-10: Attended the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) training campâ€¦Assigned to Adirondack (AHL) on 9/21/09â€¦Made his Phantoms debut on 10/3/09 in the season opener vs. Worcesterâ€¦Scored his first goal of the season, his first goal as a Phantom, on 11/1/09 vs. Syracuseâ€¦Scored his first goal of the season on 11/4/09 at Bridgeportâ€¦Played in his 150th career Pro game and 100th career AHL game on 11/7/09 at Albanyâ€¦Tallied his first assist of the year on 11/18/09 vs. Torontoâ€¦Had his second assist of the season on 12/4/09 vs. Norfolk at Wachovia Centerâ€¦Scored his second goal of the season on 12/26/09 at Binghamtonâ€¦Scored the game-tying goal, sparking a third period comeback win, and was a game-high +2 on 1/16/10 at Norfolkâ€¦Scored a goal for the second straight game, his 4th of the season, on 1/22/10 at Binghamtonâ€¦Extended his point streak to three games with one assist on 1/23/10 vs. Albany.
2008-09: Played in his second full pro season with the Iowa Chops (AHL), appearing in 70 gamesâ€¦Was tied for sixth on the team in goals (11), ninth in games played and finished 14th in points (18)â€¦Played in his 100th career Pro game on 1/3/09 at Hamilton and had an assist in the contestâ€¦Had three multi-point games during the year, scoring two goals on 11/29/08 at Manitoba, tallying a goal and an assist on 2/14/09 vs. Houston and again on 4/2/09 at Houston.
Career Notes: Born in Greenfield, Massachusetts, but grew up in Steamboat Springs, Coloradoâ€¦Was undrafted out of college when he made his professional debut with the Portland Pirates (AHL) on 3/28/07 at Manchester; he recorded an assist in the game for his first career Pro pointâ€¦Scored his first career Pro goal while playing for the Augusta Lynx (ECHL) on 11/10/07 at Cincinnati; he scored twice in the game, including the game-winner.
COLLEGE/JUNIORS: Played three years of junior hockey with the Des Moines Buccaneers and the Tri-City Storm of the USHLâ€¦In 157 career USHL games he scored 101 points (45 goals, 56 assists) and had 124 penalty minutesâ€¦He also appeared in 15 career USHL playoff games, with 11 points (4 goals, 7 assists) and 12 PIMsâ€¦Played three years of NCAA Division I college hockey for the University of Denver Pioneers of the WCHAâ€¦In 119 career NCAA games he scored 98 points (55 goals, 43 assists) and had 107 penalty minutesâ€¦As a freshman, he helped Denver win the 2005 NCAA Division I National Championship with a 4-1 win over North Dakota on 4/2/05 at Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohioâ€¦That year Denver shared the WCHA Regular Season Title with Colorado College and won the WCHA Tournament.
View Game By Game Stats Player Stats
|Regular Season Stats|
|2009-10 Regular Season||Adirondack Phantoms||54||5||5||10||-9||56||18||0||0||0||0.000|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Iowa Chops||70||11||7||18||-8||125||21||0||1||0||0.000|
|2007-08 Regular Season||Portland Pirates||19||1||5||6||-5||36||10||0||0||0||0.000|
|2006-07 Regular Season||Portland Pirates||4||0||1||1||-1||8||4||0||0||0||0.000|
|2008 Calder Cup Playoffs||Portland Pirates||2||0||1||1||0||3||0||0||0||0||0.000|