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Brody Sutter

#12 Brody Sutter

Position Center
Height 6'5"
Weight 203
Shoots Right
Born Sept. 26, 1991
Birthplace Viking, Alberta
Hometown Calgary, Alberta
Drafted CAR 2011 (7th, 193rd)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2008-09 Saskatoon WHL   18 0 2 2 4   - - - - -
  Lethbridge WHL   30 4 3 7 7   10 0 0 0 2
2009-10 Lethbridge WHL   72 5 9 14 42   - - - - -
2010-11 Lethbridge WHL   46 18 24 42 35   - - - - -
2011-12 Lethbridge WHL   65 30 30 60 49   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   4 1 0 1 0   - - - - -
2012-13 Florida ECHL   37 8 8 16 13   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   23 3 2 5 13   5 2 3 5 2
2013-14 Charlotte AHL   69 8 20 28 29   - - - - -
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   45 12 13 25 17   - - - - -
  Carolina NHL   4 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   141 24 35 59 59   5 2 3 5 2
NHL TOTALS   4 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   182 32 43 75 72   5 2 3 5 2

Biography

Brody Sutter
Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina on 6/1/12.

Personal

Is the son of former NHL player, coach and current Edmonton Oilers scout Duane Sutter and the nephew of former NHL players Brent, Brian, Daryl, Rich and Ron Sutter ... His cousin Brett, a former Checkers teammate, now plays in the Minnesota Wild organization and another cousin, Brandon, a former Carolina Hurricane, plays for the Pittsburgh Penguins ... Yet another cousin, Lukas, is a New York Islanders prospect … Growing up, was a fan of the Florida Panthers and his favorite player was Joe Sakic ... Favorite type of music is country and favorite musician is Tim McGraw ... Away from the rink, Sutter enjoys relaxing and playing video games ... His favorite movie is Superbad and his favorite TV show is Suits but he is also a "big fan of HGTV" ... Lists his biggest talent outside of hockey as baseball, and is an avid Toronto Blue Jays fan ... His favorite food is Alberta beef and he enjoys visiting his family over the summer ... Sutter is involved with Kidsport, a non-profit organization.

2014-15

Completed his third professional season and third with the Checkers while also appearing at the NHL level for the first time … Set a new career high of 12 goals despite appearing in just 45 games … Scored 15 of his 25 points in his last 17 games of the season between 3/4 and 4/12 … Tied for fifth on the team in goals and was seventh in points … Tied for fourth on the team with three power-play goals and tied for second with three game-winning goals … His 16.0 shooting percentage led all Checkers skaters with 50 or more shots on goal … After starting the season with the Checkers, recalled to the NHL for the first time in his career on 10/15 and made his NHL debut in Carolina’s game at NYR the following day … After returning from Carolina on the morning of 10/17, scored his first goal of the season, the Checkers’ only goal in a 2-1 loss vs. GR … Recalled to Carolina on 10/22 and played three NHL games, including one in his hometown of Calgary, before returning to the Checkers on 10/29 … Dropped the gloves with Gabriel Dumont for his only fighting major of the season vs. HAM (11/2) … Missed 26 games with a lower-body injury from 11/15-1/13 … Recorded his first multi-point game of the season with the game-winning goal on the power play and an assist vs. OKC (1/23) … Scored on his first shootout attempt of the season vs. NOR (2/16) … Set up the game-winning goal by Chad LaRose vs. IA (2/18) … Had a pair of assists in the first period of a 4-2 win vs. NOR (3/8) … Assisted on both Checkers goals, including Zach Boychuk’s game-winner with two seconds remaining in regulation, in a 2-1 win at OKC (3/14) … Recorded a career-high three points, including his first-ever two goal performance in the regular season, in a 3-2 win at IA (3/21) … Scored in consecutive games for the first time this season with another tally at IA (3/22) … Extended his goal streak to a career-best three games with his second two-goal performance in four days at NOR (3/25) … Extended his point streak to a career-best four games (5g, 2a) with an assist vs. LE (3/27) … Scored to tie the game in the third period of an eventual overtime loss vs. OKC (4/2) … Netted the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win vs. OKC (4/3), giving him goals in back-to-back games … After assisting on Brock McGinn’s game-winner with 3:39 remaining in regulation vs. RFD (4/12), suffered an upper-body injury that caused him to miss the last three games of the season.

2013-14

Finished his second full professional season and first spent entirely at the AHL level with the Checkers … Played a career-high 69 games and set career highs in assists (20) and points (28) … Tied for fourth on the team with three game-winning goals … Scored on two of the first four shootout attempts of his career, including one game winner … Opened the season by scoring the game-winning goal with 5:16 remaining in regulation at OKC (10/4) … Had the first multi-point game of his regular-season career (1g, 1a), including his first career power-play goal, at CHI (10/27) … Scored the game-winning goal on his first shot of the game in overtime vs. RFD (12/5) … Picked up two assists in the 5-4 win vs. NOR (12/19) … Dropped the gloves with Ryan Button for his first fight of the season and second in his professional career in a 7-1 loss vs. TEX (1/17) … Had two assists and a fight against Will Acton in the 9-3 win vs. OKC (1/24) … Posted a cumulative plus-7 rating in seven January games … Scored the game-tying goal with 37 seconds remaining in regulation of an eventual 4-3 overtime loss vs. OKC (2/9), giving him goals in back-to-back games for the first time in his career … Scored on the first shootout attempt of his career at TEX (2/22) … Scored his sixth goal of the season and third game winner in the 4-1 win at HER (3/1) … Scored the shootout winner at SA (3/7), giving him goals on each of his first two career attempts … Scored his seventh goal of the season and tied his career high with four shots on goal in the 4-3 win vs. SA (3/21) … Set up Zach Boychuk's goal and earned a fighting major at IA (3/26) … Scored Charlotte's last goal of the season in the 7-3 loss at RFD (4/19).

2012-13

Split his rookie season between Florida (ECHL) and Charlotte … Ranked second on the Checkers in playoff scoring with five points (2g, 3a) in five games, matching his total from 23 games played in the regular season … Had a team-high, plus-3 rating in the playoffs … Made his ECHL debut in the Everblades' season opener vs. ORL on 10/13 … Scored his first ECHL goal and was plus-2 vs. SC (10/26) … Picked up his first professional assist vs. ELM (11/7) … Dropped the gloves for his first professional fight at COL (11/24) … Returned to action against TOL on 1/9 after missing a month due to injury … Recorded two assists, including one on the game-winning goal in the third period, for his first professional multi-point game vs. TOL (1/12) … Scored the unassisted, game-winning goal with 8:03 remaining in regulation at GWT (1/18) to give him three points (1g, 2a) in his last two games … Scored goals in three consecutive games from 2/9-2/15, giving him five points (3g, 2a) during that span … Recalled to Charlotte on 2/20 and made his AHL season debut at Abbotsford on 2/22 … Recorded his first career AHL assist on Bobby Raymond's goal vs. OKC (3/4) … Scored his first AHL goal of the season vs. HOU (3/10) … Picked up an assist and seven penalty minutes, a professional career high, including his first AHL fight vs. SA (3/29) … Scored his second AHL goal of the season vs. SA (3/30), giving him points in back-to-back games for the first time (1g, 1a) … Scored the game-tying goal with 7:30 remaining in the third period vs. MIL (4/7) … Scored two goals, including the overtime winner, in his first professional playoff game at OKC (4/26) … Assisted on Matt Marquardt's opening goal in Game 3 vs. OKC (5/1), extending his playoff point streak to three games (2g, 2a) … Had the primary helper on Bobby Raymond's goal that tied the game at 2-2 in the first period of Game 5 (5/4).

2011-12

Played the majority of the season with WHL Lethbridge, where he served as team captain in his fourth junior season ... Joined the Checkers on an amateur tryout contract near the end of the season, scoring one goal in four games ... Made his professional debut vs. MIL (4/3) ... Scored his first professional goal, the eventual game-winner, in Charlotte's 3-0 win at RFD (4/10).

Junior

Totaled 125 points (57g, 68a) and 137 penalty minutes in 231 career Western Hockey League (WHL) games with Saskatoon and Lethbridge ... Led the Hurricanes in goals (30) and points (60), both of which were career highs, in 2011-12 ... Also set a career high with 30 assists ... Limited to just 46 games in 2010-11 due to injuries ... Attended the Florida Panthers’ training camp as a free agent in 2010 ... Skated in a career-high 72 games and earned 14 points (5g, 9a) with Lethbridge during his second WHL season ... Totaled nine points (4g, 5a) in 48 total games during his rookie campaign in 2008-09, and appeared in 10 of Lethbridge’s playoff games as the Hurricanes fell to Calgary in the second round… Began his WHL career with Saskatoon in 2008 before being traded to Lethbridge.