Brody Sutter (C)
Finished the 2015-16 season tied for fourth on the franchise’s all-time list with nine game-winning goals.
2015-16: Completed his fourth full professional season and fourth with the Checkers, playing a career-high 70 games at the AHL level … Tied for fifth on the team with a career-best 13 goals … His 120 shots on goal were also a new career high … Extended his point streak to three games (1g, 2a) with his first goal of the season that opened the scoring at GR (10/23) … Recorded his first multi-point game of the season (1g, 1a) in a 6-5 shootout win at LE (10/31) … Recorded six points (3g, 3a) in seven games between 10/17-10/31 … Recorded a goal and an assist during the Checkers’ six-goal third period that erased a 4-1 deficit vs. IA (11/28) … Set a new career high with seven shots on goal at SA (12/9) … Scored unassisted for his fifth goal of the season and first game winner vs. LE (12/19) … Scored the game-winning goal on an unassisted, shorthanded breakaway as the Checkers came back from a 3-0 deficit to win 4-3 vs. GR (1/13) … Recorded his third multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist in a 3-2 overtime win vs. MB (1/16), giving him four points (3g, 1a) in his last four games … Picked up his first and only fighting major of the season vs. LE (2/6) … Scored on the power play for the first time this season vs. SA (2/8) … Extended his point streak to four games (2g, 2a), tying the longest of his career, with an assist on Kyle Hagel’s goal vs. SD (2/13) … Recalled to Carolina for the first time this season on 3/13 … Returned to Charlotte on 3/19 after appearing in three NHL games with the Hurricanes … Recalled to Carolina once again on 3/24 and returned on 3/30 after suiting up for an additional four NHL games … Recalled to Carolina on 4/2 and played his final NHL game of the season vs. CBJ before returning to Charlotte later that night … Had an assist and a game-high six shots on goal in the 2-1 overtime win vs. RFD (4/5) … Scored the Checkers’ first two goals for his only multi-goal game of the season and was plus-2 in an eventual 6-3 loss vs. MIL (4/9).