Ryan Jones

Ryan Jones

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chatham, Ontario

Last College:
Chatham (WOJHL)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 215

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
06/14/1984

Shoots:
Left


2006-07
One of seven RedHawk players to skate in all 42 games and has not missed a game in his career at Miami ... gained All-Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Second Team accolades for the second consecutive year ... ranked second on the team in points (48), which placed him in a tie for 10th nationally and in a tie for sixth among CCHA players ... was second in the CCHA for goals (29) and was tied for 30th in assists (19) ... racked up 10 power-play goals, good for a share of second in the CCHA ... one of only six CCHA skaters to tally two hat tricks (Dec. 15, Feb. 15) ... netted five game-winners to earn a share of eighth in the country and a share of fourth in the CCHA ... his five game-winners moved him into a tie for fourth on Miami's single-season list ... ranked eighth in CCHA-only games with 30 points ... was tied for second in goals (18) in league-only contests ... totaled five goal with a man advantage during league games to share the seventh spot among CCHA players in power-play markers ... shared seventh place in game-winning tallies with four in conference games ... moved into first all-time in game-winning goals at Miami when he provided the 12th game-winner of his career in a 2-1 win over Nebraska-Omaha (Nov. 18) ... assisted on the RedHawks' first goal and netted the unassisted game winner against top-seeded New Hampshire at the 2007 NCAA Northeast Regional Semifinal (Mar. 24) to push his career total to 13 ... led the club with a +18 rating ... second on the team with 148 shots ... compiled 13 multi-point games, food for second on the Miami roster ... recorded at least one point in 21 of his club's 24 victories ... garnered CCHA Offensive Player of the Week accolades three times (Nov. 20, Dec. 4, Feb. 19) ... turned in a career-high four points, including three goals and one assist in a 7-3 win against Robert Morris (Feb. 15) ... amassed a career-best eight-game point streak from Nov. 11-Dec. 8 ... added a seven-game point streak from Feb. 15-Mar. 24 ... handed out a career-high three assists in helping the RedHawks snap a 20-game losing streak to Michigan (Oct. 20) in Ann Arbor with a 4-1 victory ... was named Miami's Co-Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year along with linemate Nathan Davis ... served as team captain.

2005-06
Skated in all 39 games and has not missed a game in his career at Miami ... his 22 goals led the team and ranked him third in the CCHA ... earned All-CCHA Second Team honors ... finished second on the team with 35 points (22-15-37) ... his goal and assist totals were both career highs ... led the CCHA and tied for fourth nationally with six game-winning goals ... is tied for fourth on Miami's all-time list with nine GWGs ... his eight power-play goals ranked second on the team ... was second on the team with nine multi-point games ... had 18 points in the season's final 16 games including 13 goals ... put together a five-game point streak from Jan. 27-Feb. 14 ... tallied two goals and an assist in Miami's win over Ohio State (Feb. 14) that clinched the CCHA Championship ... named CCHA Offensive Player of the Week after scoring three goals and chipping in three assists versus Bowling Green (Feb. 23-25) ... tied for third overall in the CCHa with 20 goals and led the league with six game-winners ... scored the game-winning goal in game one of Miami's CCHA playoff series with Western Michigan ... earned All-CCHA Tournament Team honors after scoring a goal in each game of the CCHA Championship at Joe Louis Arena ... finished third on the team with 72 penalty minutes ... served as an assistant captain.


2004-05
One of four RedHawks to play in all 38 games ... scored eight goals, including a team-best three game-winners and added seven assists ... registered a goal and assist in a 4-1 win over Western Michigan (Nov. 20) for his first two collegiate points, including the game-winning goal ... repeated the feat versus Bowling Green in the next game (Nov. 26) ... recorded the first two-goal game of his career in a 4-1 win over Michigan State (Jan. 8) that included the game-winner on the power play in the third period ... had a goal and an assist in a victory over Ferris State (Jan. 29) ... tallied a goal and an assist in a season-ending loss to Michigan State in the first round of the CCHA playoffs.

Prior to Miami
Played for the Chatham Jr. Maroons of the Western Jr. B League in Ontario ... led the team in scoring with 42 goals and 30 assists for 72 points ... Western Junior B League scoring champion and Most Valuable Player ... also led the Maroons with 16 power-play goals and seven game-winners ... helped lead the Maroons to a Western Jr. B Championship ... drafted in the fourth round, 111th overall, by the Minnesota Wild in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

Personal
Majoring in sport studies ... born June 14, 1984 ... son of Tom and Carole Jones ... uncle, John Tonelli, played professionally for five NHL teams, spending eight seasons with the N.Y. Islanders from 1978-86.