C COOPER MARODY
2018-19: 58 GP: 19g-45a-64pts; +31
NHL: 6 GP: 0g-0a-0pts
2019 Calder Cup Playoffs: 4 GP, 0g-0a-0pts
2019-20: Year 2 of a 3-year NHL Entry Level Contract
FIVE FAST FACTS ABOUT HIS SEASON:
1) Finished third among all AHL rookies in scoring with 64 points in 58 games
2) Second on the Condors in scoring and led the Condors with a +31
3) One of five Condors to make their NHL debuts in 2018-19, debuting against Pittsburgh on October 23
4) Named AHL Rookie of the Month in February
5) Named to the 2019 AHL All-Star Classic in Springfield, Mass.
WHAT HE’S SAYING:
“I’m going to have a big summer and not making any promises, but I can say that I’m going to be ready for training camp and ready to compete for a job (in Edmonton),” – Marody on a big summer for him in preparation for 2019-20
HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR:
Cooper Marody scores in OT as the Condors win their 15th straight. It was the last win at home during the Condors record 17-game win streak.
Cooper Marody celebrates an overtime game-winner in Iowa in early November.