Ryan WILL be better, Sharp IS better
Ryan's a prototypical power forward; sharp's really more of a sniper. I don't know how truly comparable they are, except to say that they're both somewhat 3rd wheels for their respective clubs.
I'm not going to break this down by the numbers, but I'd hazard a guess that Sharp's career stats look prettier than Ryan's right now. If I were going to bet on who'd have the more successful career, though, I'd probably put my money on Ryan to finish his career with more points.
Also, if you care about peripherals in these cage matches, that's likely advantage Ryan. Sharp's not entirely one-dimensional, but I'd say Ryan's the better hitter by a stretch.
10-way, pts-only; no positions, top 12/20 count; 1 UFA (>23y/o) per year.
Crosby, Malkin, Getzlaf, Kesler, M. Koivu, J. Carter, P. Stastny, Backes, Voracek, Horton, D. Stafford, R. O'Reilly, Pietrangelo, Doughty, Granlund, Nyquist, Laich, Steen, Bozak, Leino.