Highly skilled two-way center with explosive speed. Impacts the game in all three zones and has the potential to develop into a first line center in the NHL.
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October 2022- The Coyotes top prospect is off to a great start with current No. 1 University of Minnesota. He is tied for second on the team in points (two goals and six points) with Maple Leafs prospect Mathew Knies and Blues prospect Jimmy Snuggerud; one point behind Ducks prospect Jackson LaCombe. Cooley also has 17 PIM’s after in his last game he took a five-minute face-mask penalty and a game misconduct. Arizona would like to see him still get stronger but overall are very excited about his development so far. Keith Duggan
August 2022- Despite a small scare in camp where it looked as though Cooley might have gotten injured, he’s expected to be OK and will play for USA at the World Junior Championship this summer. Cooley is expected to be a major focal point of USA’s offense, expect a big tournament out of the Coyotes top prospect. Keith Duggan
July 2022 – Cooley has been selected by the Arizona Coyotes with the third overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft. Nick Richard
May 2022 – Cooley had an outstanding season, finishing second in overall NTDP team scoring with his 27 goals and 48 assists through 51 games being good enough for the highest points per game mark on the club. He added another 10 points through six games in an impressive showing at the U18 World Championships where he helped lead Team USA to a silver medal finish with his electrifying offensive game and refined defensive play. Cooley entered the season as a projected top-10 pick and all he has done is improve his stock since then. Don’t expect his name to be on the board for very long when the 2022 NHL Draft gets underway. Nick Richard
December 2021 – Cooley burst onto the scene with an impressive showing at the World Junior Summer Showcase and has been a driving force for the USNTDP’s U18 team so far this season. His 30 points in 20 games give him the highest points per game mark on his team and he is the only first-year draft-eligible skater included on USA’s preliminary roster for the upcoming World Juniors. Nick Richard
September 2021 – After averaging better than a point per game in three years with the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite AAA, Cooley made the transition to the USNTDP where he enjoyed continued success. He split the 2020-21 season with the U17 and U18 squads and continued to prove why his name should be called in the top half of the first round in the upcoming NHL draft. After compiling 16 goals and 16 assists in 28 games with the U17 team, he was called up to the U18 squad for the latter portion of the season. He tallied four goals and 10 assists in 19 games and displayed his ability to compete against some of the best players in the draft class ahead of him. He will return to the U18s this season before heading to Notre Dame for the 2022-23 season.
Cooley enters the 2021-22 season as a potential top-10 pick in a draft class that boasts some incredible talent. The USNTDP U18 team has an abundance of talent and should see a large number of their players get picked in the first three rounds of the draft. Cooley sits towards the top of that crop as a talented two-way center who shows poise and intelligence in all three zones. He is a smooth skater with good edges who can stop on a dime and use his change in speed to throw off the opposing defense. His vision and ability to read the play as it is developing is a key trait of his that allows him to be effective offensively, as well as allow him to be successful on the defensive side of the puck. Defensively he gets himself into good positions, he hustles back, and he has a good understanding of where to slot in while defending on the rush. He has great awareness of his surroundings, his hands are quick in tight, and he has the skill to buy himself an extra second or two on the puck before dishing it off. His vision and passing are standout features of his offensive game as he has great playmaking abilities, though he has a heavy and accurate wrist shot as well. He is not afraid to go to the dirty areas and works hard along the boards. He has also been successful in the face-off circle. A well-rounded two-way center with nary a flaw to his game, Logan Cooley has the potential to be an important building block for whoever drafts him. Alexander Annun
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