Ryan Del Monte (RW)
||Ryan Del Monte
2011-12: signed by Worcester to an AHL contract on 10.6.11…enters his 4th professional season… 2010-11: Appeared in 4 Kelly Cup Playoff Games for the Stingrays and had goal and assist on 4/8…goal and assist on 3/27…Returned to South Carolina on 3/8…Released from PTO by Rochester on 3/7…Recalled by Rochester on 2/26…Acquired by South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) on 2/11 via trade with Cincinnati …released from PTO by Worcester on 1/27...first fight in Sharks uniform vs. Maxime Legault on 1/23…assist on 1/19…assist on 1/14…assist on 1/9…scored first goal in Sharks jersey and was #2 star in 3-2W vs. Portland on 1/2….played first Sharks game in 3-2SOW in Springfield on 12/29…signed by Worcester to a PTO on 12/28/10...Released from his PTO by Rochester on 12/13...Missed two games (11/20 to 11/26) with an injury...Recorded two assists and was +2 at Manitoba on 11/12...Had two points (1+1) and was +2 at Albany on 11/06... Scored his first goal as an Amerk on 11/05 against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Signed a PTO with Rochester on 10/17 and made his Amerk debut that night against Adirondack...Had one assist in two games with the Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL) prior to his recall…2009-10: Recorded four points (3+1) and finished with 41 PIM in 21 playoff games to lead the Cyclones to the 2010 Kelly Cup championship… It was the team’s second ECHL title in three years…Ending the season with the Cyclones with 26 points (9+17) in 46 games…Notched four points (1+3) with Johnstown before being traded to Cincinnati on 11/10 …Split the season among two ECHL teams in Johnstown and Cincinnati. 2008-09: Made his AHL debut, assisting on two goals in five games with the Lake Erie Monsters... Made his pro debut with the Johnstown Chiefs (ECHL), collecting 48 points (16+32) in 69 contests... Captured pro career-highs in all offensive categories in goals (16), assists (34), points (50), penalty minutes (85) and games played (74) throughout the campaign. 2004-08: Amassed 103 points (45+58) in 91 career games with Brock University (CIS)…In his final season at Brock, Del Monte led the team in scoring with 19 goals and 16 assists for 35 points in just 25 games... Those totals placed him ninth in the OUA and 16th in the CIS in scoring…In his senior season Del Monte captained the Badgers to OUA West Division title, and their first berth in the University Cup national championship tournament in school history. … Topped all Badgers scorers as a junior in 2006-07 with 15 goals and 19 assists in 27 games, and was named the team’s most valuable player for his effort. 2000-04: Totaled 146 points (55+91) and 228 PIM in 198 career junior games... Posted his best season with Georgetown in 2003-04… Led the Raiders in goals (36), assists (54), points (90) and games played (47).