Ryan Barnes

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Ryan Barnes (born January 30, 1980 in Dunnville, Ontario), is an ice hockey left winger who most recently played seven games with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League while registering no points and nine penalty minutes. Barnes was drafted in the second round, fifty-fifth overall in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft by the Detroit Red Wings. Barnes played his junior career for three teams in the OHL; the Sudbury Wolves, the Toronto St. Michael's Majors and finally the Barrie Colts. On October 3, 1999, he was suspended from the OHL for 25 games for a stick-swinging incident in a game against Oshawa Generals. At the end of that season, he played with the Barrie Colts in the Memorial Cup Championship final.

He has played two career games in the National Hockey League, as a member of the Detroit Red Wings

He tested his coaching abilities for the first time for the 2007-2008 season with the Port Colborne Sailors, now known as the Port Colborne Pirates, in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League. Ryan has been hired to work as an assistant coach with the Peterborough Petes for the 2008-09 season.

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