Connor McDavid RUMORS & NEWS

Connor McDavid

Position Center
Height 5'11"
Weight 170 lbs
Birthplace Newmarket, Ontario
Current Team Erie Otters
  • This Is Why Connor McDavid Is Hockey's Next Big Thing

    Deadspin.com "There's a video going around this morning of an unbelievable OHL goal, the Erie center completely undressing an overmatched defender and a hapless goalie. The video is blurry, the audio distant and muffled, as if this were some black-market footage we aren't supposed to see. That's fitting,..." March 06

  • McDavid hype continuing to grow at Canada camp

    NHL.com "Connor McDavid has been the talk of Canada's junior national team this week. How much have people been talking about the precocious 16-year-old who is trying to bull his way onto a team, and into a tournament, traditionally dominated by 19-year-olds? On Friday, a reporter prefaced a question..." December 15

  • Drouin, McDavid highlight Canada WJC camp roster

    NHL.com "Many pundits considered the inclusion of forward Jonathan Drouin on the Canadian roster a bit of a surprise at the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia last season. There was no question about Drouin's inclusion this season, and he might be..." December 02

  • OHL star Connor McDavid, 16, called the next big thing

    Toronto Star "The hockey gods have bestowed upon Newmarket’s Connor McDavid the sport’s daunting “Next Big Thing” label, whether the 16-year-old desires such heavenly recognition or not. While the sensational Ontario Hockey League 10th grader is not eligible for the NHL Entry Draft until 2015, the kid with the..." May 05

  • Connor McDavid leads Canada to under-18 win

    Toronto Sun "Connor McDavid, the youngest player on the Canadian under-18 hockey team’s roster, scored once and set up two other goals in a 4-1 win over Slovakia Thursday at the world championship tournament in Sochi, Russia. McDavid, the OHL’s rookie of the year with the Erie Otters this season, netted the..." May 05

  • Connor McDavid hat trick leads Canada over Sweden at U-18 hockey worlds

    CBC Sports "Connor McDavid scored three power-play goals and Canada clinched first place in its group with a 6-0 rout of Sweden on Tuesday at the world under-18 hockey championship in Sochi, Russia. McDavid opened the scoring 1:17 into the game, and sealed the victory with a pair of goals in the third..." May 05

  • Connor McDavid, Canada winning IIHF U18 gold in Sochi: good omen for 2014 WJC?

    Yahoo! Sports "Connor McDavid is really, really ridiculously creative with the puck and competitive to boot, but you know that already. The better question is whether Canada seizes on its triumph at the IIHF world under-18 championship which was cemented by Sunday's riveting 3-2 gold-medal game win that snapped..." May 05

  • OHF Announces Exceptional Player Status for Connor McDavid

    Ontario Hockey League "The Ontario Hockey Federation today announced the results of the review by Hockey Canada in consideration of the application by Connor McDavid, determining that the player is to be granted “exceptional player” status and therefore is eligible for the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection on..." May 01

  • Connor McDavid burnishing 'Next One' status at U-18 tourney

    CBC Sports "From his perch in the stands at Shayba Arena, Al McAdam watched wide-eyed as Connor McDavid made another highlight reel play in Canada’s game against Sweden at the under-18 world championship. McDavid, who's only 16, banked the puck off the back of the Swedish net, did a spin-o-rama, picked up..." May 01

2014 NHL Draft Projections

# Team Player School/Team
1 Panthers Aaron Ekblad Barrie (OHL)
2 Sabres Sam Reinhardt Kootenay (WHL)
3 Oilers Sam Bennett Kingston (OHL)
4 Flames Leon Draisaitl Prince Albert (WHL)
5 Islanders Michael dal Colle Oshawa (OHL)
6 Canucks William Nylander Rogle BK (Allsvenskan)
7 Hurricanes Nikolaj Ehlers Halifax (QMJHL)
8 Maple Leafs Nick Ritchie Peterborough (OHL)
9 Jets Jake Virtanen Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
10 Ducks* Brendan Perlini Niagara (OHL)

Discussion

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