Ryan Carpenter (RW)
San Jose Barracuda
2015-16: enters 2nd professional season….2014-15 RECAP: Played in first full professional season with Worcester, ranking 2nd on the team in games played (74), T-3rd in plus/minus (+10), T-4th in points (34) and 5th in assists (22)... Recorded one point in three straight playoff games (one goal, two assists)...PLAYOFFS: …assist in 10-4L in Game 4 at Hershey on 5/1…game winning goal, +2, game high five shots, and #2 star in 4-1W in Game 3 at Hershey on 4/29…assist in 3-1L in Game 2 vs. Hershey on 4/25…played 1st professional playoff game in 4-1L to Hershey in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on 4/24….2014-15: …team leading 5th game winner as he scored 1st professional overtime goal at 2:03 and was #3 star in Sharks 1-0OTW at Portland on 4/7… game winning goal and game high five shots in 4-2W at WBS on 4/3…assist on 3/28…had a two game point streak (1-1-2) snapped on 3/27…. 10th goal of season and +2 in 6-1W vs. Lehigh Valley on 3/21…assist on 3/20…had a two game point streak (0-2-2) snapped on 3/18…assist on 3/13…assist on 3/11…game high six shots on 3/7…had a three game point streak (1-3-4) snapped on 2/28…assist on 2/27… assist on 2/22…9th goal, assist, and #1 star in 4-3W vs. Norfolk on 2/21…8th goal, assist, and #2 star in 4-0W at Norfolk on 2/7…had a two game point streak (2-3-5) snapped on 2/6…. 7th goal, assist, and was #1 star in 4-3W at Lehigh Valley on 2/4…6th goal, two assists, +3 and was #2 star in 3-2W vs. Providence on 1/31…did not dress on 1/23 and 1/24…assist on 1/16…broke a 22game goalless drought with the game winner in 6-3W vs. Binghamton on 1/9……assist on 1/3…assist on 12/30…had a two game point streak (0-2-2) snapped on 12/27….assist on 12/26…assist on 12/20…five shots and +1 in 1-0 W at St. John’s on 12/5…two assists in 5-2W vs. Providence on 11/29…game high five shots in 3-2OTL vs. Springfield on 11/28…team high five shots on 11/15…team high five shots on 11/14…had a three game point streak (3-0-3) snapped on 11/11….goal in 4-2W vs. Providence on 11/8… 3rd goal, the game winning goal at 9:52 of 3rd period while shorthanded in 4-3W vs. Lehigh Valley on 11/5…2nd goal of season and +2 in 4-3L at Hartford om 11/2…assist on 10/29…had a three game point streak (0-3-3) snapped on 10/26….assist on 10/24… assist on 10/21…assist on 10/18…scored his first professional goal at 8:15 of the first period vs. Andrew Hammond in 3-2OTW at Binghamton on 10/11…enters first full professional season….2013-14:…12gp with Worcester (0-2-2), 8 pims, -5, 17 shots and went 1-for-2 in the shootout…1st professional season….game-by-game: assist in 3-2OTL vs. Hershey on 4/5…scored in shootout in 3-2SOL at Providence on 4/4…denied in first career shootout attempt in 4-3SOW at Albany on 3/29…recorded 1st pro point (assist) in 1st pro game in 5-3W at Portland on 3/26….signed an ATO with the Worcester Sharks on 3/25…. signed an entry level contract with the San Jose Sharks on 3/25 to begin for the 2014-15 season…. in 100 career collegiate games with Bowling Green, Carpenter registered 79 points (37-42=79) and 51 penalty minutes, while serving as team captain his sophomore and junior seasons. In his freshman season (2011-12), he was honored with the Bowling Green Rookie of the Year Award and led the team in assists (19) and points (30)…. recorded 16 points (8-8=16) in 15 games for Bowling Green State University during his junior season….He returned to the Falcons lineup on Jan. 10 after missing the first 24 games of the season due to injury, and finished the season as the team leader in points per game (1.07). Carpenter led the Falcons to the WCHA Final Five, scoring two goals and three assists in three WCHA playoff games. 2012-13: Named to the All-CCHA Second Team, marking the first BG selection to the first or second team since 2007-08 (Derek Whitmore)…named to the CCHA Scholar-Athlete team…honored with the 2012-13 Dr. Ron Zwierlein Leadership Award…named the 2012-13 Jim Sears Award as the team’s most valuable player…played in all 41 of Bowling Green’s games this season…finished first on the team in goals, scoring a career-best 18 in 2012-13…finished the season with 15 assists, ranking third on the team…led the Falcons with a career-best 33 points, reaching the 30-point plateau for the second-straight season and earning the Sam Cooper award…ranked first on the team with six power play goals…was one of only two Falcons (Bobby Shea) to score a shorthanded goal this season (1)…led the team with three game-winning goals…ranked second on the team with a .158 shooting percentage…recorded an assist in the first game of the year against Niagara...scored a goal and added an assist against Union (10/12/11)...scored his second goal of the season and was +1 against Colgate (10/20/12)...registered an assist and was +2 with a blocked shot against OSU (10/27/12) in a 3-3 tie (SOW)...earned an assist and blocked three shots against WMU (11/9/12)...scored a goal in back-to-back games against WMU (11/10/12) and Ferris State (11/16/12)...scored the Falcons lone goal in a 4-1 loss to Notre Dame (12/15/12)...recorded a goal and an assist over a two-game set against Canisius (1/5-1/6)...recorded a goal and an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...scored back-to-back goals against No. 10 WMU (1/18 - 1/19)...recorded an assist in back-to-back games against No. 6 Miami (1/28-29)...Registered three points including a goal and two assists in the Falcons’ sweep against LSSU...scored a goal against MSU in a 2-1 win (2/8/13)...recorded a game-winning goal in OT win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...scored goals in back-to-back games against NMU (2/22-2/23)...Scored two goals and added three assists in the Falcons first round playoff series with Lake Superior (3/8-10). 2011-2012 (Freshman): Named CCHA Rookie Of The Week twice during the season…honored with the Bowling Green Rookie Of The Year Award and Sam Cooper Award…one of only four Falcons to play in all 44 games during the season…led the team in assists (19) and points (30), marking the first Falcon to score 30 points since 2008-09 (Svendsen and Sexton)…ranked second on the team with 11 goals…one of three Falcons (Marc Rodriguez, Carpenter and Shea) to score shorthanded…ranked second on the team with three game-winning goals…finished the season with a plus -2 on-ice rating…scored a goal and an assist in his first career game, a 2-1 win over Connecticut…recorded two assists against Connecticut in a 4-4 tie…scored two goals against Alabama-Huntsville in a two-game road series, giving him points in the Falcons’ first four games of the season…recorded two assists against Notre Dame in a two-game home series, finishing the weekend with a plus -2 rating…recorded two goals and an assist in a two-game home sweep against Canisius, finishing the series with a plus -3 rating…scored a goal and three assists against Miami in a comeback shootout win, marking his first three-point game of his career…recorded his first career two-goal game in a 3-2 win over Notre Dame, giving him three points in the weekend series…recorded two assists against Northern Michigan in the first round of the playoffs, finishing the series with a plus -8 on ice rating…scored the game-winning overtime goal against Ferris State in game one of their playoff series…recorded two assists in game two against Ferris State, finishing with a plus -2 rating… scored a goal and two assists in the Falcons 4-3 series-clinching game against Ferris State, finishing the series with five points and a plus -5 rating…scored a goal against Michigan in the CCHA Semifinals, extending his career-long point streak to five games. Prior to BGSU: Played two years for the Sioux City Musketeers…scored 23 goals and 44 assists (67 pts) in 117 career games…led team in assists during the 2010-2011 season…scored two goals and an assist in three career playoff games. Personal: Full name—Ryan Michael Carpenter…son of Michael and Nancy Carpenter…has a brother Chris and a sister Kelsey…father Michael played baseball for University of Central Florida…favorite athlete is Derek Jeter…attended Timber Creek High School…majoring in finance.