Ryan (C.) Murphy (RW)
||Ryan (C.) Murphy
2007-08: Began his third pro season with the Charlotte Checkers, producing mostly as a playmaker, with a total of 20 assists and eight goals in 37 games played…Began the season with six points before being signing a PTO with AHL Hartford, the same team he suffered a season-ending injury against last season…Would play in only nine games, assisting on one goal on 12-30 against Manchester…Returned to Charlotte on 1-7…Had an excellent night on 1-10 against Pensacola, earning himself a career-high four points (two goals and two assists) including the game winner…Earned another three points – all assists – on 1-18 against Augusta…Would register 13 points (5G, 8A) in ten games in January with the Checkers…Would finish this second stint with Charlotte with eight points (2G, 6A) in the month of February…Signed to a PTO by Peoria on 3-4
LAST SEASON: Would play in only 29 games with the Monarchs, scoring five goals and five assists, including a pro career-high two goals at Springfield on 10-20… Missed 3 1/2 months after surgery to repair a dislocated shoulder sustained in a fight with the Hartford’s Brandon Dubinsky in the first period on 12-30…Returned to the team to play in eight playoff games, but would not record any points
CAREER: 2005-06: Competed in his first full season as a pro with the Manchester Monarchs…Appeared in career-high 68 games, while scoring his first pro goal on 11-12 vs. Hershey…Would finish the regular season with seven goals and seven assists…Notched his first pro playoff point on 4-25, an assist at Hartford 2004-05: Concluded his Boston College career with 40 games played in his senior year…Scored career low four goals and 12 points on the season…Earned himself his most penalty minutes in a season since 99-00…Made his pro debut with the Manchester Monarchs, appearing in five regular season and two playoff games for the team, earning no points 2003-04: Played in 42 games (one of six to play that many…a team high) in his Junior year with the Eagles, racking up nine assists and six goals, including two game-winners, one shorthanded, and his first colligate powerplay goal 2002-03: Would finish in the top ten in points for the Boston College squad, earning his colligate career-high eight goals and career-high 10 assists…Netted two game-winners and one powerplay goal in his second season with the Eagles 2001-02: Joined Boston College for his first of four season with the team, recording seven goals and seven assists…Notched only one specialty teams goal (SH) on the season 2000-01: Returned to the U.S. Jr. National Team for the second time, scoring four goals and four assists…Was one of only five players on the team to dress for all 24 games…Finished the season with four assists and four goals, including one on the powerplay 1999-00: Named to the U.S. National U-18 Team in the North American Hockey League at 16-years-old…Was teammates with current Rivermen player Neil Komadoski and former Rivermen forward Justin Maiser…Finished the season fifth on the team in goals (9), fourth in assists (14), and tied for third in points (23)… Had eight points in the first nine games, which included one powerplay goal and a 3-point game against the Danville Wings on 9-12…He would later match his season-high 3-point game on 1-9 versus the Texas Tornado…Dressed in four games in his first stint with U.S. Jr National Team, but did not record any points.