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Ryan McDonagh
Ryan McDonagh

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Arden Hills, Minn.

High School:
Cretin-Derham Hall

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 216

Position:
D

Prev. School/Team:
Cretin-Derham Hall H.S.

Badger Bites
Tri-captain ... Shoots left ... born in June of 1989 ... parents are Sean and Patty ... has two siblings, Colin (21) and Quinn (10) ... uncle Steve Walsh spent 11 years in the NFL as a quarterback after leading Miami to the 1987 NCAA championship ... attended Cretin-Derham Hall High School ... chosen 12th overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens ... traded to the New York Rangers on June 30, 2009 ... major is undeclared

2008-09 / Sophomore Season
Assistant captain ... skated for Team USA at 2008 World Junior Championships ... fourth among UW defensemen with 16 points ... tied for third among team defensemen with five goals ... named to the Academic All-Big Ten and WCHA All-Academic teams ... chosen by teammates as winner of the Fenton Kelsey, Jr., Most Competitive ... at Denver (Oct. 18), scored second career short-handed goal ...posted three two-point contests ... scored the first goal in two games

2007-08 / Freshman Season
Named to the 2008 WCHA All-Rookie Team ... WCHA Rookie of the Week (Dec. 4) ... skated in every game ... had back-to-back multi-point games at Michigan State (Nov. 24) and against St. Cloud State (Nov. 30) ... scored a short-handed, empty-net goal against Michigan Tech (Nov. 3) ... tied for third on the team among rookies with 12 points ... shared team lead among defensemen with five goals on team that led the nation's defensemen with 26 tallies ... first career goal, against Robert Morris (Oct. 20) was game-winning tally ... named to INCH.com Preseason All-Rookie Team

Before McDonagh Was a Badger
Played four years for Cretin-Derham High School ... posted 14 goals and 40 points as a senior ... named 2007 Minnesota Mr. Hockey ... first-team all-state and all-conference selection ... had 14 goals and 42 points as a junior ... helped team to 2006 Minnesota State High School title ... earned all-tournament accolades during team's title run ... named first-team all-state and all-conference ... had 12 goals and 30 points in 28 games as a sophomore ... won silver with Team USA at the 2007 IIHF World Championships ... was a member of the silver medal winning U.S. Under-18 Select Team at the 2006 Under-18 Junior World Cup in Slovakia and the Czech Republic ... member of the 2005 United States Under-17 Select Team that took first place at the 2005 Five Nations Cup in Huttwil, Switzerland ... also played four years of baseball ... team won state baseball title in 2006-07 ... played two years of football

Stats

All Games
Year	GP	G	A	Pts.	SOG	Pen-Min	PP	SH	GW
2007-08	40	5	7	12	57	21-42	0	1	1
2008-09	36	5	11	16	65	24-59	1	1	0
Totals	76	10	18	28	122	45-101	1	2	1

WCHA Games Year GP G A Pts. SOG Pen-Min PP SH GW 2007-08 28 3 4 7 43 14-28 0 1 0 2008-09 28 4 10 14 53 20-51 1 1 0 Totals 56 7 14 21 96 34-79 1 2 0

Career Highs GAME Goals: 1 (10x); last vs. Minnesota State, 3/14/08 Assists: 2 (2x), last at Minnesota State, 2/28/09 Points: 2 (5x); last at Minnesota State, 2/28/09 Point Streak: 3, 10/11-18/08 Multi-point Games: 5 Overtime Goals: None

SERIES Goals: 2 (2x); last vs. Michigan Tech, 11/7-8/08 Assists: 2 (3x); last at Minnesota State, 2/27-28/09 Points: 3 (2x); last vs. Michigan Tech, 11/7-8/08

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