PRO HOCKEY

BORN JAN 13 1997
FROM NEW MARKET, CANADA
HEIGHT 1.9M
PRO SINCE 2015

Twitter: @cmcdavid97
Instagram: @mcdavid97

Connor McDavid is a professional ice hockey player and the Captain for the Edmonton Oilers.

Connor was selected first overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and was named the youngest Captain in league history in October 2016. In July 2017, he signed an 8 year contract with the Oilers. McDavid is a generational talent and one of the most talked about players in the media.

In both the 2017 and 2018 NHL All-Star Games, McDavid won the Fastest Skater Competition, becoming the first player to win the competition back-to-back, with times of 13.310 in 2017, and 13.454 in 2018.

In January 2018, McDavid scored his 200th point, and in February 2018, he had his first four-goal game. In 2017, McDavid won the Hart Trophy as most valuable player, being the third youngest player in history to win the Hart. Connor has also been the winner of the Art Ross Trophy for two season in a row (2017 and 2018), which is given to the leading scorer in the NHL.

In his NHL Rookie Year, Connor was nominated for Rookie of the Year after recording 48 points in 45 games played. In his sophomore year, McDavid consistently led the league in scoring.

Prior to the 2012 OHL draft, Connor was granted Exceptional Player status, a designation given to only three other players, and was allowed to be selected in the 2012 OHL Priority Selection. At age 15, a year younger than all other players, Connor was selected first overall by the Erie Otters and awarded the Jack Ferguson Award. McDavid finished his first season in the OHL with the most assists by an OHL rookie (41) and second in scoring for a first year player (66 points). In acknowledgment for his exceptional play, Connor was awarded the Emms Family Award, a recognition given to the top rookie in the OHL. Connor was also selected to play for the OHL’s First All-Rookie Team.

Connor was the youngest player on the Canadian U-18 team at the 2013 IIHF World U18 Championships in Sochi. Leading the tournament in goals and points, Connor helped Canada win a gold medal. Connor also played for Canada at the 2014 and 2015 World Junior Championships winning gold in 2015.

From an early age, Connor has been an avid user of BioSteel products. He continues to use BioSteel's line of products, both on the ice and off, to accelerate his workout performance and recovery. BioSteel is a prominent and permanent part of Connor’s fitness and training regime. #DrinkThePink

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