Numerology: John Ramage
A by-the-numbers look at the defenceman's first professional season
By Torie Peterson
- CalgaryFlames.com (@toriepeterson)
||The 2013-14 campaign was defenceman John Ramage's first professional season. He spent his collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin.
||Ramage played 50 regular season games with the Abbotsford Heat.
||In his first 50 AHL games, Ramage posted two assists.
||The rearguard was assigned to the Alaska Aces in late March and suited up for six regular season outings.
||Ramage was a huge asset for the Aces in the postseason, dressing for 20 playoff games and helping the team claim the Kelly Cup.
||The St. Louis, MO native led all Aces defencemen in scoring in the playoffs with 13 points. He scored four goals and nine assists. He was a plus-10 in the postseason.
||Ramage was second amongst all Alaska skaters with 68 shots on goal in the playoffs. Only Evan Trupp's 78 bested him. In his six regular season games, Ramage put seven shots on net.