Andrew Copp was born on July 8, 1994 in Ann Arbor, Michigan and he currently plays center for the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League. Andrew was drafted in the fourth round, 104th overall, by the Winnipeg Jets in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Andrew opted to forgo his senior year of college hockey eligibility to sign a three-year entry-level contact with the Jets on March 26, 2015. Andrew appeared in his first National Hockey League game on April 11, 2015 while also registering his first career point in that same game. During the 2019 offseason, Copp filed for salary arbitration and received a two-year, $4.56 million extension with the Jets.
"A huge part of my career"
“Kurt and his team have been a huge part of my career. Kurt’s ability to build both personal and professional relationships with his clients is second to none. They have aided in our development by bringing in some of the best minds in the game to work with their players. Lastly, Kurt and his team fight for his players. I witnessed this first hand by going through arbitration. The hours that they put in were truly unmatched and the fact that they create their own briefs shows how much they care about each individual player.”
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