Career Notes: 2020-21: Scored career-high ten goals and 18 points (10 g, 8 a) at AHL level with Wolf Pack. Scored two goals on three occasions, 3/18/21 (@ Bridgeport), 4/2/21 (@ Bridgeport), and 4/10/21 (vs. Providence). Had seven-game point streak (5 g, 7 a) from 3/25/21 through 4/15/21. Finished third on Wolf Pack in scoring…2019-20: Appeared in 23 games with Wolf Pack, scoring three points (1 g, 2 a). Scored lone goal of AHL season on 2/28/21 @ Binghamton. Scored 24 points (11 g, 13 a) in 28 games with Maine Mariners of ECHL. Finished seventh overall in scoring for Mariners…2018-19: Reassigned to Maine (ECHL) 4/4...Scored for a second straight game 2/23 (Second Star in 3-2 overtime loss vs. Providence), for his first career AHL goal-scoring streak (2-0-2)...Named game's Third Star 2/22 vs. Springfield (goal in 3-2 win), his first AHL game since November 14...Reassigned by NY Rangers to Wolf Pack from Maine 2/13…Struck for 3-2-5 in ECHL debut 11/24 vs. Manchester (First Star in 6-4 Maine win), after being reassigned from Wolf Pack 11/19...Posted his first AHL point of season with a goal in 4-3 win @ Belleville 10/19....2017-18: Put five shots on net (tied for game high) in 2-1 overtime win vs. Binghamton 4/13...Had three shots on goal in pro season debut with Wolf Pack 4/8/ vs. Springfield, after signing ATO 4/7...Set Vancouver (WHL) franchise single-season goals record, with 61, good for second in WHL, and also led Vancouver skaters in points (84)…Earned WHL Humanitarian of the Year, and West Second-Team All-Star, honors…Had 11-game goal-scoring streak (14-5-19), 10/28-11/22...2016-17: Had two assists 4/12 @ Albany, for his first multiple-point game as a pro...Tallied his first pro goal, and tied for game high with five shots, in 4-3 win vs. Bridgeport 3/25, giving him points in both of his first two pro games (1-1-2)...Had an assist in pro debut for Wolf Pack 3/24 vs. Providence...Top point (53) and goal-scorer (25) on Vancouver (WHL) squad...2015-16: Led Vancouver (WHL) club in points (59), goals (31), PPG (8) and GWG (5)…Transactions: Signed Amateur Tryout (ATO) agreement with Wolf Pack 4/7/18...Signed ATO with Wolf Pack 3/22/17...Personal: Father Cliff Ronning played 1,137 career NHL games from 1986-87 through 2003-04, with St. Louis, Vancouver, Phoenix, Nashville, Los Angeles, Minnesota and NY Islanders.
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