Andrew Copp Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 206 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/8/1994 (28)
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Detroit Red Wings forward Andrew Copp saved his best performance of the season for his former team, putting together a three-point performance against the Rangers on Thursday, Copp, who spent the final few months of the season with the Rangers last year, opened the scoring and had two assists in a 4-1 win. The 28-year-old was a superb pickup by the Rangers at the trade deadline a year ago, as he averaged over a point per game for the team, but Copp has failed to replicate that form in Motown. His work for the season includes only six goals and 31 points through 57 games. The team has been hot lately, but Copp has tallied only five points for the month, which sums up how his debut campaign for the Red Wings is going.
Detroit Red Wings forward Andrew Copp (abdomen) won't be available for training camp but should be game-ready in the first week of the regular season. General manager Steve Yzerman announced on Wednesday that Copp had abdominal surgery during the offseason. The 28-year-old grinder enjoyed an impressive campaign in 2021-22, which earned him a five-year, $28.125 million contract with Detroit. He split the year between the Jets and the Rangers, posting career-high numbers in all of the major offensive categories with 21 goals, 32 assists and 53 points. Copp is set to center the second line in Motown, and we could see a big improvement from the Red Wings in 2022-23 after Dominik Kubalik and David Perron were also picked up to boost the offense.
New York Rangers forward Andrew Copp had a very productive outing in Game 4 against the Hurricanes, finishing a 4-1 victory with a goal and two assists. He got his night started with a power-play helper on a Frank Vatrano goal and also had an assist in the opening frame on Adam Fox's eventual game-winning goal. These are Copp's first points of the series. The 27-year-old struggled to make an impact in the first three games against Carolina, but he's actually had a solid postseason with five goals and 10 points in 11 games.
New York Rangers forwards Artemi Panarin (upper body) and Andrew Copp (lower body) won't play on Wednesday against Montreal. Both players were injured in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to Carolina and it wouldn't be surprising to see them now sit until the playoffs. Panarin left in the second period with an upper-body problem and Copp sustained a lower-body injury. Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant has also noted that he will rest a few regulars on Wednesday. Kaapo Kakko will make his return from a lower-body injury, and Jonny Brodzinski, Julien Gauthier and Greg McKegg are also set to feature.
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