23 Facts About Ryan Hartman


Ryan Hartman was born on September 20,1994 and is an American professional ice hockey forward for the Minnesota Wild of the National Hockey League.

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Ryan Hartman is the first player in NHL history to be born in the state of South Carolina.

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Ryan Hartman was born on September 20,1994, on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

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Ryan Hartman was raised by Craig and Kim Hartman in West Dundee, Illinois, where he became a fan of the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League.

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Ryan Hartman attended William Fremd High School in Palatine, Illinois, another suburb of Chicago.

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Ryan Hartman began ice skating at the age of three and played minor ice hockey with a number of Chicago-area teams, most notably the Chicago Mission, with whom he won several state championships.

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When he was 15, Ryan Hartman joined the USA Hockey National Team Development Program, and his family moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Ryan Hartman's father built an ice skating rink in the backyard of their Michigan house, and Hartman used the rink to develop his shooting technique.

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Ryan Hartman was then selected to play with the gold-medal-winning American squad at the IIHF World U20 Championship.

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Ryan Hartman was rated as a top prospect, fulfilling the expectation to be a first-round selection at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

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Ryan Hartman made his NHL debut on February 13,2015, against the New Jersey Devils.

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Ryan Hartman scored the first goal of his career against Jake Allen of the St Louis Blues during the NHL's season opener on October 12,2016.

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Ryan Hartman scored his first career hat trick against the Nashville Predators on January 8,2017.

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Ryan Hartman rotated through the Blackhawks lineup, but primarily skated as a bottom-six forward.

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Ryan Hartman appeared in 21 regular season games for Nashville, where he tallied three goals and three assists.

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Ryan Hartman added two goals and six points through 19 games with the Flyers as the club missed the playoffs.

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Ryan Hartman competed for the United States in the 2012 IIHF World U18 Championships.

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Ryan Hartman recorded six points, two goals and four assists, in six games.

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Ryan Hartman played for the US in the 2013 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.

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Ryan Hartman accumulated three points, two goals and an assist, in seven games.

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Ryan Hartman posted four points with the US team in the 2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, two goals and two assists, in five games.

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Ryan Hartman originally committed to playing college hockey at Miami University, but later de-committed from the school to play for the Plymouth Whalers.

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Ryan Hartman played football for the Bloomingdale Bears youth football team along with his friend and former teammate Vinnie Hinostroza.

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