Ryan edged Florida Panthers center Michael Frolik (5-4--9 in 12 games), Chicago Blackhawks right wing Kris Versteeg (4-5--9 in 12 games), Columbus Blue Jackets right wing Jakub Voracek (4-5--9 in 13 games), St. Louis Blues center T.J. Oshie (3-6--9 in 11 games) and Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Steve Mason (7-4-1, 2.67 goals-against average) for the award.
Ryan recorded points in 12 of 14 games during the month, highlighted by a three-goal outburst in 2:21 during the Ducks' 4-3 loss at Los Angeles, Jan. 8 -- the third fastest hat trick by a rookie in NHL history. With goals in five consecutive games (Jan. 17-28), he set an Anaheim rookie record and his 11 goals for the month are the most by an NHL rookie since Washington's Alex Ovechkin notched 11 in March, 2006.
Anaheim's first choice (second overall) in the 2005 Entry Draft, Ryan appeared in 23 games for the Ducks last season, registering 10 points (five goals, five assists). In 35 games this season, the 6-2, 208-lb. Cherry Hill, New Jersey native has recorded 34 points (17-17--34).
|Jan. 2||PHILADELPHIA||0||1||1||5-4 SO loss|
|Jan. 4||PHOENIX||1||1||2||2-0 win|
|Jan. 6||LOS ANGELES||1||0||1||3-1 win|
|Jan. 8||at Los Angeles||3||0||3||4-3 loss|
|Jan. 9||TAMPA BAY||0||0||0||4-3 loss|
|Jan. 11||NEW JERSEY||1||0||1||4-3 win|
|Jan. 14||DETROIT||0||0||0||4-3 loss|
|Jan. 16||at Pittsburgh||0||1||1||3-1 loss|
|Jan. 17||at Minnesota||1||0||1||3-0 win|
|Jan. 20||at NY Rangers||1||0||1||4-2 loss|
|Jan. 21||at NY Islanders||1||0||1||2-1 loss|
|Jan. 27||at Phoenix||1||1||2||7-3 win|
|Jan. 28||CHICAGO||1||0||1||3-2 loss|
|Jan. 31||at Colorado||0||1||1||4-3 win|