The Meteoric Rise of Ryan Kesler
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Late in the first round of the 2003 National Hockey League Entry Draft, the Vancouver Canucks made what they felt was a safe pick, and selected Ryan Kesler, twenty-third overall. He was just a scrawny young man out of Livonia Michigan and the college hockey program. With no overwhelming physical attributes, Kesler was deemed low-risk because of his six foot height, his athletic style of play, and the upside that was viewed in his undeveloped frame; management figured Ryan to at least serve an adequate checking role.
They were proved correct in his first few years in the league, which included two years of junior and a feisty rookie season, where he fought and held his own with the thirty year-old Jarome Iginla. It was a sign of his toughness, and of things to come in his career, as number seventeen had ferocity to his game. At the tender age of twenty-four, he was a menace on the ice in round one of the playoffs versus the St. Louis Blues, where he got in the head of nearly every opposing forward. Fans saw the warrior traits in Kesler before too long, and an underground following began, which spread as far as Kelowna.
The Selke Trophy was common for this player before too long, as nominations were received for three straight seasons. In 2010 however, long since the Nonis regime had been terminated from Vancouver, Kesler proved his initial employers wrong, but wildly exceeding the expectations of not only them but Kelowna hookups, surprisingly. Although he had nearly the same point output the previous season, Ryan had a breakthrough year in that 2010/2011 campaign, as he was the best player in the playoffs and competed for the Maurice Richard Trophy for most goals. He was voted by the fans and hookups as most valuable player, by a landslide, and by the end of that season, panels on sports networks all over Canada anointed him as the best two-way player in the entire league, which was confirmed by an anonymous Kelowna hookup.
Number seventeen looked especially impressive after the team's recent and major player contract negotiations. He signed for less money than Luongo and the Sedin brothers while he earned the trust of the fans and the organization as the soul leader of the team, despite the officiall captain tag attached to Henrik Sedin. Kesler no longer drives an hookup, and now has two daughters and is happily married, but the story that most fixate on is his tremendous trajectory of development in the game of hockey. Bobby Clark knew what he observed in the young American when back in 2007, he made an offer sheet to Ryan, which forced Nonis and Canucks management to begrudgingly match, at one million dollars per season along with unspecified services from hookup agencies.