Skip to main content

Red Wings Sign Andrew Copp to Five-Year Deal

Andrew Copp

The Detroit Red Wings have made a big splash to open free agency.

The team has announced the signing of forward Andrew Copp to a five-year deal worth $5.625-million.

Copp, 28, was a pivotal part of New York's playoff run in 2022, scoring six goals and 14 points en route to an Eastern Conference final run. He had a career-high 53 points in 72 games with Winnipeg and New York, helping him build a nice case for a solid contract. 

A fourth-round pick in 2013, Copp has 202 points in 483 career games. His real value, though, is being a big body that's hard to take off the puck and can play a strong defensive game.


Darnell Nurse

Hockey Things: What Caught Our Eye (Dec. 5)

The Connor Bedard show hits Edmonton again, Kia Nurse roasts her brother and London Hoilett is the Teddy Bear Toss Game hero in Calgary.

Jakub Voracek

Blue Jackets' Voracek Out Long-Term with Concussion Symptoms

Blue Jackets forward Jakub Voracek announced he may potentially miss the rest of the 2022-23 season due to lingering concussion symptoms.

Pyotr Kochetkov

Fantasy Hockey Head-to-Head Primer: Add Kochetkov, Cirelli

Week 9 of the fantasy hockey season has begun. There are a handful of players to consider adding, including Pyotr Kochetkov and Anthony Cirelli.