Michigan hockey has another player in the pros.
Junior forward Cooper Marody has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Edmonton Oilers.
— Michigan Hockey (@umichhockey) April 8, 2018
This past season in the Maize n’ Blue, Marody potted 16 goals and dished 35 assists for 51 points total on the season, helping his team to the Frozen Four before falling to Notre Dame.
Marody was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 2015 but his rights were traded to the Oilers on March 21.
In his career, Marody had 31 goals, 59 assists and 90 total points with the Wolverines.
The Oilers did not make the playoffs this season and played their final game on Saturday, so fans will have to wait until next season to get a look at Marody in the NHL.