Brody Sutter

#48C,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 203
Born:
Birth Place: Viking, Alberta
Draft: 2011 7th round (193rd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • NHL movement just getting started going into free agency
    ABC News

    NHL movement just getting started going into free agency

    As New York Rangers players cleaned out their lockers after a second-round playoff exit, all the talk was about impending change. That's just getting started — for the Rangers and the rest of the NHL. Big moves leading up to and at the draft by the Rangers, rival New York Islanders, Chicago Blackhawks and others set up a potentially crazy week to come going into free agency. Teams could begin talking to pending free agents Sunday and can sign them starting Saturday afternoon, and in between there could be plenty more movement now that the Vegas expansion draft is over and the foundation has been laid for trades. "Everyone had a lot of doubt moving into (the expansion draft) because they didn't

  • After never winning, Stanley C. Panther wins again at Mascot Games
    Miami Herald

    After never winning, Stanley C. Panther wins again at Mascot Games

    There is the Stanley Cup, and now there is Stanley’s Cup. After going 0-for-forever, Stanley C. Panther of the NHL Florida Panthers not only raised the Cup once but twice at the Wawa Mascot Games. Stanley represented the OUC The Reliable One Green Team along with Chomps of the NFL Cleveland Browns, Tommy Hawk of the NHL Chicago Blackhawks, Hugo of the NBA Charlotte Hornets, Rocky the Bull of the NCAA University of South Florida, and team captain Stuff the Magic Dragon of the NBA Orlando Magic. Miguel Colon Jr. was the team’s honorary coach. Stanley started the two-day event by helping the OUC The Reliable One Green Team win the Mascot Games trophy on Friday, June 23 at the Amway Center. It marked

  • Cats select two Finnish players on second day of NHL Draft
    Miami Herald

    Cats select two Finnish players on second day of NHL Draft

    With their second-round pick, the Panthers chose forward Aleksi Heponiemi, 18, a native of Tampere, Finland, who had 86 points in the Western Hockey League last season, setting the pace for all rookies in the league on his way to being named Rookie of the Year. Heponiemi was listed at only 5-10 and 149 pounds. Panthers general manager Dale Tallon is cognizant that he has some work to do in the training room. “He has great skill, great vision, great hands, a heck of a release and a good shot,” Tallon said. “He just has to get stronger. That’s all.” Heponiemi agreed he has to add to his frame. “I’m still going to grow up; I’m going to get taller and, obviously, I am working on my weight all the