Cody McCormick ~ Chippewa, Oneida

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Cody McCormick
Cody McCormick

Cody McCormick
Born: April 18, 1983
Tribe: Chippewa, Oneida

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Cody McCormick is a Canadian ice hockey player who currently plays for the Buffalo Sabres of the NHL. He is of First Nations descent, with both Oneida and Chippewa/Ojibway ancestors,and he also has European heritage.

McCormick was drafted 144th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft from the Belleville Bulls of the OHL. In his last junior year 2002–03, and as Captain, Cody had a breakout year offensively with the Bulls posting 36 goals and 69 points in 61 games. He was selected to the OHL First All-Star Team and named the Best Checker in the OHL. Unabridged
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