Cory Conacher

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Cory Conacher
Geburtstag: 14. Dezember 1989
Geburtsort: Burlington (Ontario, Kanada)
Nationalität:
Größe: 1,73 m
Gewicht: 80 kg
Position Winger, Center
Schußhand Links
Gedrafted NHL Entry Draft -
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Runde -, Position -
Sportliche Erfolge Calder Cup Sieger 2012
Les Cunningham Award 2012
Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award 2012
Spengler Cup Sieger 2015
Schweizer Meister 2015/16
Karriere Burlington Cougars
Canisius College
Rochester Americans
Cincinnati Cyclones
Milwaukee Admirals
Norfolk Admirals
Syracuse Crunch
Tampa Bay Lightning
Ottawa Senators
Buffalo Sabres
New York Islanders
Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Utica Comets
SC Bern
Tampa Bay Lightning



Cory Conacher wurde am 14. Dezember 1989 in Burlington (Ontario, Kanada) geboren und ist ein aktiver Eishockeyspieler, der aktuell bei Tampa Bay Lightning unter Vertrag steht.


Inhaltsverzeichnis

Karriere

Burlington Cougars

2006 - 2007

Canisius College

2007 - 2011

Rochester Americans

2001 (Try-Out)

Cincinnati Cyclones

2011

Milwaukee Admirals

2011 (Try-Out)

Norfolk Admirals

2011 - 2012

Syracuse Crunch

2012 - 2013

Tampa Bay Lightning

2013

Ottawa Senators

2013 - 2014

Buffalo Sabres

2014

New York Islanders / Bridgeport Sound Tigers

2014 - 2015

Utica Comets

2015

SC Bern

2015 - 2016

Tampa Bay Lightning

seit 2016

Pressemtteilungen

01.03.2012 - LIGHTNING SIGN FORWARD CORY CONACHER
The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed forward Cory Conacher to a two-year, two-way contract today, Vice President and General Manager Steve Yzerman announced.

Conacher, 5-foot-8, 180 pounds, has played in 57 games with the Norfolk Admirals this season, recording 30 goals, 13 power-play goals, 26 power-play points and 64 points. He leads the Admirals in goals, power-play goals, power-play points, points, and ranks second for assists with 34. Conacher is also tied for the AHL lead for PPGs, is second for goals and is tied for third in points. He was recently selected as a starter for the 2012 AHL All-Star Classic, where he had two goals and three points.

A native of Burlington, Ontario, Conacher has played in 64 career AHL games with Norfolk, the Milwaukee Admirals and the Rochester Americans, notching 34 goals and 70 points. He has played in seven career Calder Cup Playoff Games.

Conacher, an undrafted free agent, played four years at Canisus College prior to joining the professional ranks. He is the school’s all-time leader in goals with 62, game-winning goals with 12 and points with 147. He signed a one-year, AHL contract with the Admirals on July 5, 2011.

Quelle:lightning.nhl.com


03.04.2013 - Senators acquire Cory Conacher and a fourth-round draft pick in 2013 for Ben Bishop
OTTAWA - Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced today the club has acquired forward Cory Conacher and a fourth-round draft pick in 2013 from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for goaltender Ben Bishop. The fourth-round pick Ottawa is receiving from Tampa Bay is the Philadelphia Flyers’ fourth-round selection, which was acquired by the Lightning in a trade between the two teams on Feb. 18, 2012.

Conacher, 23, has scored nine goals and added 15 assists for 24 points in 35 games with the Lightning this season. His 24 points are second among all National Hockey League rookies, while his nine goals are third-most by a rookie player.

In his first professional season in 2011-12, Conacher played in 75 games with the American Hockey League’s Norfolk Admirals, collecting 39 goals and 80 points to go along with 114 penalty minutes. Following the season, he became the fourth rookie in league history to be named the winner of the Les Cunningham Award as the AHL’s most valuable player. He was also named to the AHL All-Rookie Team and won the Dudley “Red” Garrett Memorial Award given annually to the league’s most outstanding rookie. Conacher represented Norfolk at the 2012 AHL All-Star Classic and was part of their 2012 Calder Cup winning team, recording two goals and 15 points in 18 games during the playoffs.

Bishop, 26, has posted an 8-5-0 record with a 2.45 goals-against average and .922 save percentage in 13 games with the Senators this season. Earlier this season, while with the AHL’s Binghamton Senators, he posted an 8-3-2 record with a 2.59 goals-against average and .928 save percentage in 13 games.

Quelle:senators.nhl.com


05.03.2014 - SABRES CLAIM CORY CONACHER
Canisius College product joins the Sabres from Ottawa

The Buffalo Sabres today announced that the team has claimed forward Cory Conacher off waivers after he was waived yesterday by the Ottawa Senators.

Conacher (5’8”, 180 lbs., 12/14/89) has played in parts of three NHL seasons with the Senators and the Tampa Bay Lightning after signing a two-year contract with Tampa Bay in March 2012. Conacher was traded to Ottawa at the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline and has since skated in 72 games for the Senators, recording 25 points (6+19). Through three NHL seasons, Conacher has totaled 49 points (15+34) in 107 games played.

While playing for the Norfolk Admirals, the AHL affiliate of the Lightning, in 2011-12, Conacher was awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the league’s most valuable player and was also the recipient of the AHL’s Dudley “Red” Garrett Memorial Award, given annually to the league’s most outstanding rookie. He was named to the AHL All-Rookie team and helped the Admirals capture the team’s first Calder Cup.

A Burlington, Ontario native, Conacher played four years at Canisius College (AHA) in Buffalo, where he became the Golden Griffins’ career leader in points (147) and goals (62) and was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year in 2009-10.

Quelle:sabres.nhl.com


01.07.2014 - Conacher Agrees To Terms
24-year-old forward signs one-year deal with Islanders

The New York Islanders announced today that Cory Conacher has agreed to terms on a one-year National Hockey League contract.

Conacher, 24, scored 26 points (seven goals, 19 assists) in 79 games last season with the Ottawa Senators and Buffalo Sabres. The Burlington, ON, native opened his second NHL season with Ottawa and played 60 games, before being claimed off waivers by Buffalo on March 5.

A 5’8, 180-pound forward, Conacher has appeared in 126 career NHL games with Buffalo, Ottawa and the Tampa Bay Lightning, totaling 55 points (18 goals, 37 assists). He’s also appeared in 118 career American Hockey League games with the Rochester Americans, Milwaukee Admirals, Norfolk Admirals and Syracuse Crunch, totaling 114 points (55 goals, 59 assists).

While playing for Norfolk in 2011-12, Conacher was awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the league’s Most Valuable Player and was also the recipient of the AHL’s Dudley “Red” Garrett Memorial Award, given annually to the league’s most outstanding rookie. He was named to the AHL All-Rookie team and helped the Admirals capture the team’s first Calder Cup.

Conacher played four years at Canisius College (Atlantic Hockey Association) in Buffalo, where he became the Golden Griffins’ career leader in points (147) and goals (62) and was named the Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year in 2009-10.

Quelle:islanders.nhl.com


02.03.2015 - Canucks acquire Cory Conacher from Islanders
Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the Canucks have acquired forward Cory Conacher from the New York Islanders in exchange for forward Dustin Jeffrey.

Conacher, 25, has played 15 games with the New York Islanders this season, recording three points (1-2-3) and 14 penalty minutes. He has also appeared in 28 games with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, collecting 22 points (5-17-22) and 30 minutes. The Burlington, ON native has appeared in 141 career NHL games with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Ottawa Senators, Buffalo Sabres, and New York Islanders collecting 58 points (19-39-58) and 84 penalty minutes.

The 5’8”, 182-pound forward signed with Islanders as a free agent on July 1, 2014.

Jeffrey, 27, has played in 49 games with Utica this season, collecting 41 points (17-24-41) and 18 penalty minutes. He was signed as a free agent on July 2, 2014.

Quelle:canucks.nhl.com


01.07.2015 - CORY CONACHER ZUM SCB
Der SC Bern hat für die kommenden zwei Jahre den kanadischen Stürmer Cory Conacher verpflichtet.

Der Vertrag beinhaltet eine NHL-Ausstiegsklausel nach der Saison 2015/16. Der 25-jährige Flügel mit der Erfahrung aus 149 NHL-Spielen (22 Tore/39 Assists) spielte zuletzt in der AHL für die Utica Comets, mit denen er in den Playoffs den Final um den Calder Cup erreichte. In der AHL hat der Kanadier in 214 Spielen 74 Tore und 103 Assists erzielt.

Der links schiessende Cory Conacher gilt als sehr schneller Spieler mit direktem Zug aufs Tor und ausgezeichnetem Passspiel. Der Kanadier spielte in der Saison 2012/13 unter Guy Boucher bei Tampa Bay Lightning.

Quelle:www.scb.ch


13.07.2016 - LIGHTNING SIGN FORWARD CORY CONACHER TO ONE-YEAR CONTRACT
TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed forward Cory Conacher to a one-year, one-way contract worth $575,000, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today.
Conacher, 26, has skated in 141 career NHL games with three different teams over three seasons, posting 19 goals and 58 points to go along with 84 penalty minutes. He had his most successful NHL stint with the Bolts during the 2012-13 season, recording nine goals and 24 points in 35 games. In his first six NHL games while playing for the Lightning, Conacher collected five goals and 12 points. Conacher was traded by the Lightning, along with a 2013 fourth-round draft pick, to the Ottawa Senators for goaltender Ben Bishop on April 3, 2013.
The Burlington, Ontario native played in 48 games with Bern SC of the Swiss-A league during the 2015-16 season, collecting a team-best 22 goals and 52 points in his first season with the club. Conacher also registered five goals and nine points in 14 playoff games, helping Bern win the National League A title. Last season, he also played for Team Canada at the Spengler Cup and helped them capture the title while be named to the tournament’s all-star team.
The 5-foot-8, 182-pound forward has appeared in 166 career American Hockey League games, recording 67 goals and 153 points. Conacher set career highs during the 2011-12 AHL season, posting 39 goals and 80 points in 75 games with the Norfolk Admirals, the Lightning’s top affiliate. That season, Conacher led the Admirals to a Calder Cup Championship and was awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the AHL’s regular season MVP. Conacher went undrafted and originally signed as a free agent with the Bolts on March 3, 2012.

Quelle:lightning.nhl.com

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