Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes
Brody Sutter
HEIGHT: 6' 5"
BIRTHDATE: 09/26/1991
AGE: 23
DRAFTED: CAR: 2011-193 overall
2012-13 SEASON
Split his first full professional season between Florida (ECHL) and Charlotte (AHL), earning five points (3g, 2a) in 23 AHL games… Had 16 points (8g, 8a) in 37 ECHL games… Made his ECHL debut in the Everblades’ season opener vs. Orlando (10/13)… Scored his first ECHL goal vs. South Carolina (10/26)… Picked up his first pro assist vs. Elmira (11/7)… Dropped the gloves for his first professional fight at Colorado (11/24)… Returned to action against Toledo (1/9) after missing a month due to injury… Earned two assists for his first pro multi-point game vs. Toledo (1/12)… Recalled to Charlotte on 2/20 and made his AHL season debut at Abbotsford (2/22)… Recorded his first career AHL assist vs. Oklahoma City (3/4)… Ranked second among Checkers in playoff scoring with five points (2g, 3a) in five games, matching his total from 23 regular-season games… Had a team-high, plus-3 rating in the playoffs… Scored two goals, including the OT winner, in his first AHL playoff game at Oklahoma City (4/26).

Selected by the Hurricanes in the seventh round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft… Had six points (4g, 2a) in 27 career regular-season AHL games entering 2013-14… Completed his junior career with 125 points (57g, 68a) and 137 penalty minutes in 231 career Western Hockey League (WHL) games with Saskatoon and Lethbridge… Is the son of former NHL player, coach and general manager and current Edmonton Oilers scout Duane Sutter… His cousin, Brett Sutter, plays in the Hurricanes organization… Began his WHL career with Saskatoon in 2008, before being traded to Lethbridge… 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… Skated in a career-high 72 games and earned 14 points (5g, 9a) with Lethbridge during his second WHL season… Ranked fourth among Lethbridge skaters in assists (24) and points (42) and tied for fourth in goals (18) despite being limited to 46 games due to injuries in 2010-11… Served as team captain for Lethbridge during his final junior season in 2011-12, and led the team in goals (30) and points (60), both of which were career highs… Was named the team’s most sportsmanlike player, won the Hurricanes’ community relations award and was voted “fan favorite” in an online poll… Joined Charlotte (AHL) on an amateur tryout after his junior season, scoring one goal in four games… Made his professional debut vs. Milwaukee (4/3)… Scored his first professional goal, the game-winner, at Rockford (4/10).