Cooper Marody's rights traded to Edmonton.

Cooper Marody's rights traded to Edmonton.

Submitted by Sambojangles on March 21st, 2018 at 2:40 PM

Saw it on twitter, link below. The better hockey fans will have to chime in on whether it increases or decreases his chances of leaving after this season. Personally, a senior year in Ann Arbor sounds better than playing for Edmonton, but who knows.

Philly gets a 3rd rounder three years after taking Marody as a sixth. I think it probably indicates how far he has come to improve his value. Winning the B1G scoring title sure helped.

https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/oilers-acquire-rights-cooper-marody…

Hockey Hello: Cooper Marody ('15?) & Griffin Luce ('16?)

Hockey Hello: Cooper Marody ('15?) & Griffin Luce ('16?)

Submitted by gwkrlghl on December 2nd, 2013 at 6:14 PM

Cooper Marody of the Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) committed today. There isn't much out there on him yet as it looks like he was still playing for OLSM last year in the high school ranks. Can't find any rankings on him except for this nice little nugget:

[Cooper's] scored 5 goals and 11 assists for 16 points in 23 games. That's tied for second in team scoring on the Lumberjacks, and the second highest point total among 2015 NHL Draft eligibles in the USHL, behind only fellow Michigan recruit Kyle Connor.

Normally hockey commits don't garner board topics unless they're meaningful in some way but the pictures going along with his commitment were too cool to pass up (and YostBuilt has retired. RIP)

Today a life long dream came true. Committed to The University of Michigan. Proud to be a Michigan Man. #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/YQyLaMk7Xi

— Cooper Marody (@MarodShow12) December 1, 2013

Great to see him get to play at his dream school. Maybe he was a shoe-throwing zamboni kid not too long ago...(assuming he's 8 or 9 in that picture would make it from 2004-2005. We're all old)

Congrats young man

Edit: Griffin Luce also committed. Apparently a top NE Prep player. Congrats to them both. The OHL sucks! Never leave us