Oilers Prospect Report: Give Cooper Marody a chance

Liam Horrobin
1 year ago
It’s been a relatively quiet week around the Oilers prospect world.  
One piece of big news was that Carter Savoie was nominated for the Hobey Baker award. It’s fair to say he earned that nomination with 12 goals and 22 points in 16 games for the University of Denver this year. 
Savoie and the rest of the Oilers NCAA prospects didn’t play last weekend. As for the rest of the prospects, let’s take a look at what’s been going on. 


Another week has gone by in the AHL, and Cooper Marody continues to prove his worth. Marody scored three goals and six points in three games to help lead the Bakersfield Condors to three straight wins. He now has 12 goals and 25 points this season. Ken Holland if you’re reading this, which you probably are, give Cooper Marody a chance. He’s earned it. 
Stuart Skinner is also doing a fine job down in California since returning. Over the past week, he had a 0.940 SV%, a 1.33 GAA and a perfect 3-0-0 record. With Mike Smith now injured, Skinner is heading back to Edmonton again, which probably means Ilya Konovalov rejoins Bakersfield. 
Raphael Lavoie found his scoring touch again, doubling up on his season goal tally. He found the net a couple of times in a 4-0 win over Abbotsford and a 4-3 win over the same team. Lavoie now has six goals and 12 points this season.

Lachance finds the net in Youngstown

We haven’t spoken about Shane Lachance much this year. He was the Oilers 6th round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft and is currently playing in the USHL for the Youngstown Phantoms. Lachance is a Boston College commit where he is expected to join them next season. After going 16 games without a goal, Lachance scored in back-to-back games last weekend to take his tally to three on the year. He also picked up an assist in the Phantoms 3-0 win over Cedar Rapids for his first multi-point game of the year. 

Tullio has a three-point night

After seeing his four-game point streak end, Tyler Tullio started a new streak with a three-point night versus the Sudbury Wolves. Tullio grabbed a couple of goals which ended up being the game-winner and the insurance goal of the game. The first he blasted by Jonathan Lemaire in the Wolvers goal, then the second he went five-hole on a one-on-one chance. Tullio now has 14 goals and 41 points in 28 games this season in Oshawa. 
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Cooper MarodyBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason24121325
Last 7 days3336
Dmitri SamorukovBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason20156
84th overall, 2017Last 7 days3033
Dylan HollowayBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason0000
14th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Filip BerglundBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason19022
91st overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
Graham McPheeBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason21213
149th overall, 2016Last 7 days2000
James HamblinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason215510
Last 7 days3112
Markus NiemelainenBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason14123
63rd overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
Michael KesselringBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason18123
162nd overall, 2018Last 7 days3000
Ostap SafinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason19213
115th overall, 2017Last 7 days3112
Philip BrobergBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason2021113
8th overall, 2019Last 7 days3011
Philip KempBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason16022
208th overall, 2017Last 7 days2000
Raphael LavoieBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason256612
38th overall, 2019Last 7 days3303
Ryan McLeodBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason7145
40th overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Tim SoderlundBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason6000
Last 7 days1000
Vincent DesharnaisBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason25358
183rd overall, 2016Last 7 days3112
William LagessonBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason11022
91st overall, 2014Last 7 days0000
Games PlayedGAASV %
Ilya KonovalovBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason102.480.9
85th overall, 2019Last 7 days010.952
Olivier RodrigueBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason93.490.869
62nd overall, 2018Last 7 days000
Stuart SkinnerBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason81.960.925
Last 7 days31.330.94
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Maxim BeryozkinLokomotiv Yaroslav (KHL)ForwardSeason30112
138th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Maxim DenezhkinLada Togliatti (VHL)ForwardSeason40111627
193rd overall, 2019Last 7 days3314
Jeremias LindewallModo Hockey (Sweden)ForwardSeason29044
200th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Aapeli RäsänenKalPa (Liiga)ForwardSeason3561319
153rd overall, 2016Last 7 days1112
Patrik SiikanenJVP (Liiga)ForwardSeason256410
195th overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Skyler Brind’ AmourQuinnipiac UnivForwardSeason17156
177th overall, 2017Last 7 days0000
Filip EngarasUniversity of New HampshireForwardSeason194711
169th overall, 2020Last 7 days0033
Tomas MazuraProvidence CollegeForwardSeason8112
162nd overall, 2019Last 7 days0011
Luca MunzenbergerUniversity of VermontDefenceSeason16022
90th overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Carter SavoieUniversity of DenverForwardSeason16121022
100th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Matvey PetrovNorth Bay BattalionForwardSeason32213354
180th overall, 2021Last 7 days2112
Tyler TullioOshawa GeneralsForwardSeason28142741
126th overall, 2020Last 7 days2213
Xavier BourgaultShawinigan CataractesForwardSeason24222042
22nd overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Shane LachanceYoungstown PhantomsForwardSeason27347
186th overall, 2021Last 7 days4213
Jake ChiassonBrandon Wheat KingsForwardSeason0000
116th overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Max WannerMoose Jaw WarriorsDefenceSeason342911
212th overall, 2021Last 7 days2101

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