He joined the Condors late in the season, but overall it was a pretty special season for C Cooper Marody. Take a look back at his accomplishments.
2017-18 stats: 3 GP: 1g-2a–3pts (w/ Bakersfield)
40 GP: 16g-35a–51pts (w/ University of Michigan)
FIVE FACTS ABOUT HIS SEASON:
- Scored his first professional goal on April 12 at San Jose and had points in all three games with the Condors
- Was acquired by the Edmonton Oilers on March 21 from the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for a 2019 3rd round NHL Draft pick
- Third in the country (NCAA – Division I) in assists with 35
- Finished sixth nationally in scoring with 51 points in 40 games and led the Michigan Wolverines in scoring
- Had five points (2g-3a) in three NCAA tournament games as the Wolverines advanced to the Frozen Four semi-finals
Fun fact: self-taught guitar and piano player; he also writes his own songs; click here to read more
He has a game-worn jersey available in the Condors team store.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR
Marody breaks the ice with his first professional goal
WHAT HE’S SAYING
“It was good to get an assessment of where I stand going into the summer and to get some confidence at the pro level”
Cooper Marody cuts to the slot in his professional debut in Condorstown