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RW Ty Ronning - Vancouver Giants, WHL (2016, 201st, NYR)

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02-12-2013, 09:02 AM
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RW Ty Ronning - Vancouver Giants, WHL (2016, 201st, NYR)

Was just reading about Ty Ronning, son of Cliff, playing for Burnaby Winter Club in BC. He was a first round pick for the Vancouver Giants last spring, and is expected to be on the team in the fall.

Has anyone seen him play? Any comment on his chances as an eventual prospect?

Cliff was a family friend in his time in Nashville, and I met Ty when he was 3 or 4 years old, so I'll be rooting for him.

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=195952

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He isn't playing Midget AAA

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Not sure what's up with him playing at South Delta Academy, unless he was cut by the MML team tried out for (Northwest Giants), but it'd be kind of bizarre if it was voluntary.

The only time I've ever seen him was the All-Canadians exhibition game, so I can't really tell you much besides the fact that his puck skills stood out positively.

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he was cut by the Major Midget team he tried out for and is playing in South Delta. Not a good 1st round choice by the Giants(Ronning name and Vancouver was a match made in heaven... great for the news).. however Giants made up for that horrible choice by drafting Jakub Stukel in the 2nd round.

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what a game by Ty Ronning.

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That 2nd goal, WOW! Also a great feed over on the OT winner. What a win for the Giants. I'm not too certain on his NHL potential, but what a game.

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finding his stride in the league finally. Hasn't been overly good and has ran into many injuries so far in his junior career.... Has a late birthday so this is the first year he is eligible for NHL draft. Ill be curious to see what happens. Very small and skilled player that is averaging just less than a point per game... good bloodlines so you never know!!!

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That 2nd goal, WOW! Also a great feed over on the OT winner. What a win for the Giants. I'm not too certain on his NHL potential, but what a game.
His first goal was pretty incredible, too. Just awesome patience, poise, and anticipation with the puck.

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His first goal was pretty incredible, too. Just awesome patience, poise, and anticipation with the puck.
It was also just a little bit lucky haha. He had a few point blank chances too (I remember Benson, who had some really slick passing all game set him up from behind the net and Ronning got completely robbed), he could have had an even bigger night. He played well.

The Benson, Cox, Ronning line looks pretty darn good.

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Not sure what's up with him playing at South Delta Academy, unless he was cut by the MML team tried out for (Northwest Giants), but it'd be kind of bizarre if it was voluntary.

The only time I've ever seen him was the All-Canadians exhibition game, so I can't really tell you much besides the fact that his puck skills stood out positively.
Ian gallagher runs DHA father of brendan of montreal canadian also ian trainer for giants

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He will get few more looks because of his last name but he wont make it too small made of glass i hope he does though but his chances are not good

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He has more goals than anyone else in the WHL among draft-eligible players.

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Would be nice if Vancouver finally drafted a high scoring Giants forward. Still don't know why we never went after Gallagher.

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He has more goals than anyone else in the WHL among draft-eligible players.
Out of curiosity where does he rank in the whole draft for goals?

He must be in the top 10

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Out of curiosity where does he rank in the whole draft for goals?

He must be in the top 10
Goes like this..

A. DeBrincat -- Erie Otters -- 34
J. Gauthier -- Val d'Or Foreurs - 30
P. Dubois -- Cape Breton Screaming Eagles -- 28
M. Boucher -- Quebec Remparts -- 28
T. Ronning -- Vancouver Giants -- 26
V. Abramov -- Gatineau Olympiques -- 26

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He has more goals than anyone else in the WHL among draft-eligible players.
It's his play away from the puck (more than his size) which is why he isn't considered a real NHL prospect. As I have stated previously he is a one trick pony. He can snipe and finish but that is basically all. He adds very little anywhere else. Plus he has been injury prone (dodged that bullet so far this season) but I have a feeling he will end that streak eventually. He has a knack for skating with his head down.

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Drafted by the Rangers in the last round.

Do WHL watchers think he should've been drafted?

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Drafted by the Rangers in the last round.

Do WHL watchers think he should've been drafted?

I think he's got enough skill that throwing a 7th round pick is worth a shot. Long term, he's probably a very long shot...but even if he turns into a good AHL player for a few years, that's not a bad outcome for a 7th round pick.

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Drafted by the Rangers in the last round.

Do WHL watchers think he should've been drafted?
Picked right where he should have gone. Meh, people in Vancouver are emotional over him because of who is father is.

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Drafted by the Rangers in the last round.

Do WHL watchers think he should've been drafted?
I'd say he got drafted exactly where he should have been. Enough skill to potentially pan out. But not a well rounded player and far from a guarantee to even play in the NHL never mind become a regular player. At that point in the draft it's worth a shot. Anything earlier would have been a reach, IMO.

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