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Philippe Cornet

Philippe Cornet

Position Left Wing
Height 6'0"
Weight 196
Shoots Left
Born March 28, 1990
Birthplace Val-Senneville, Quebec
Drafted EDM 2008 (5th, 133rd)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Rimouski QMJHL   46 7 14 21 8   - - - - -
2007-08 Rimouski QMJHL   61 23 26 49 24   9 3 3 6 6
2008-09 Rimouski QMJHL   63 29 48 77 34   13 4 11 15 14
2009-10 Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL   65 28 49 77 32   11 5 6 11 6
2010-11 Oklahoma City AHL   60 7 16 23 8   - - - - -
2011-12 Oklahoma City AHL   67 24 13 37 26   14 2 5 7 2
  Edmonton NHL   2 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
2012-13 Stockton ECHL   18 9 14 23 2   - - - - -
  Oklahoma City AHL   46 15 18 33 18   17 2 7 9 0
AHL TOTALS   177 46 47 93 52   31 4 12 16 2
NHL TOTALS   2 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   197 55 63 118 54   31 4 12 16 2


Philippe Cornet
Played in the 2012 AHL All-Star Game as a member of the Oklahoma City Barons … Acquired from San Antonio in exchange for Adam Brace on 11/22/13 … Signed a one-year AHL contract with San Antonio prior to the 2013-14 season.


Split his third professional season between Oklahoma City and the ECHL’s Stockton Thunder, finishing the season in the AHL following the conclusion of the NHL’s lockout in January … Began the season by playing in the ECHL for the first time in his career, scoring 23 points (9g, 14a) in 18 games … Scored 33 points in a career-low 46 AHL games, setting a new career high with 18 assists … Had nine points (2g, 7a) in 17 playoff games … Scored on the power-play and had five shots in his ECHL debut vs. ONT (10/12) … Recorded one point in each of his first four ECHL games (10/12-10/20: 2g, 2a) … Scored an ECHL season-high four points (1g, 3a) vs. AK (11/3) … Had two goals, including the game-winner, and added an assist at UTA (11/12) … Recorded three or more points for the third time in six games with two goals and an assist vs. UTA (11/16) … Recalled to Oklahoma City for the first time on 11/22 and went scoreless in eight games before returning to Stockton on 12/29 … After scoring four points (1g, 3a) in four ECHL games for Stockton from 12/29-1/5, recalled to Oklahoma City at the conclusion of the NHL’s lockout on 1/7 … Scored on the power play in his first game back with the Barons vs. CHA (1/12) … Set an AHL career high with four points (2g, 2a) and was plus-3 vs. CHA (2/1) … Picked up an assist and scored the game-winning goal in the third period vs. GR (2/8) … Recorded his third consecutive multi-point game (4g, 4a) with a goal and an assist vs. GR (2/9) … Recorded a goal and an assist at CHA (3/4), extending his season-long point streak to four games (2/26-3/4: 1g, 4a) … Scored the first two goals of the game and added an assist vs. RFD (3/9) … Notched two assists at SA (3/10), giving him five points in his last two games (2g, 3a) and seven in his last four (3g, 4a) … Scored on one of his career-high eight shots on goal vs. CHI (4/7) … Logged a career-high six penalty minutes at RCH (4/12) … Opened the scoring and added an assist in Game 4 of the Barons’ first-round playoff series at CHA (5/3), his first points of the postseason … Had points in three consecutive playoff games from 5/3-5/9 (1g, 3a) … Picked up two assists, a postseason career high, in Game 4 of the second-round series vs. TEX (5/15) … Scored his second goal of the postseason vs. GR (5/29), giving him five points (1g, 4a) in his last five games.


Spent the majority of his second pro season with Oklahoma City while also earning his first two NHL games … Led the team with a career-high 24 goals and ranked tied for third with 37 points, also a career best … Represented the Western Conference at his first AHL All-Star Game … Recorded a goal and an assist in the Barons’ second game of the season vs. TEX (10/15), his first points of the season … Scored two goals, including his first career game winner, vs. HOU (10/16) … Picked up two goals, including another game winner, for the second consecutive game vs. GR (10/21), giving him three consecutive multi-point games (10/15-10/21: 5g, 1a) … Earned his first career fighting major against Brendan Smith vs. GR (10/22) …Scored goals on consecutive days (two total) at HOU (10/29) and at SA (10/30) … Scored goals in three consecutive games from 11/13-11/18, including his third two-goal game of the season at MIL (11/13) … Had his fourth two-goal game of the season, including the game winner, at RFD (11/26), giving him 15 goals in his first 19 games … Scored the game-winning goal and added an assist while taking a then-career-high six shots at LE (1/4) … Scored two goals, including the game winner, for the fifth time this season at LE (1/21) … Appeared in his first AHL All-Star Game in Atlantic City, NJ, on 1/30, earning one assist and missing a shootout attempt … Posted a career-best, five-game point streak from 1/19-1/28 (4g, 3a) … Received his first NHL recall to Edmonton on 1/31 and picked up an assist on Jordan Eberle’s goal just 4:59 into in his NHL debut that night vs. COL … Returned to Oklahoma City on 2/3 after picking up one assist in to NHL games with Edmonton … Recorded his only multi-assist game of the season with a pair of helpers vs. TEX (2/22) … Ended a season-long, 12-game goal drought at TEX (3/17) … Finished the season with four points (2g, 2a) in his last 20 games.


Spent the entirety of his rookie season with Oklahoma City, scoring 23 points (7g, 16a) in 60 games … His eight penalty minutes were the fewest of any Barons skater who played 30 or more games … Made his professional debut vs. HOU (10/9), recording two shots on goal … Picked up his first professional point with an assist on Chris VandeVelde’s goal at HOU (10/17) … Assisted on Milan Kytnar’s goal just 3:37 into the game vs. MTB (12/10) … Scored his first professional goal vs. LE (1/9) … One game after scoring his first goal in 27 games, netted two for his first-ever multi-point game at PEO (1/13) … Scored for the third consecutive game and added an assist at PEO (1/14) … Picked up a career-high two assists at MIL (1/20), giving him three multi-point games in his last five outings … Opened the scoring with his fifth goal of the season at TEX (2/27) … Scored his first career power-play goal at RFD (3/18) … Had an assist at CHI (3/19), giving him points in three consecutive games (3/12-3/19: 1g, 2a) … Notched four consecutive one-assist games from 3/27-4/8 … Finished the season with a then-career-high three points (1g, 2a), five shots on goal and a plus-2 rating at HOU (4/10) … Scored seven points (1g, 6a) in his final six games of the season.


Scored 224 points (87g, 137a) in 235 career QMJHL games over four seasons with Rimouski and Rouyn-Noranda … Totaled 32 points (12g, 20a) in 33 career playoff games, including three points (1g, 2a) in four Memorial Cup games with host Rimouski in 2009 … Had a career-high 77 points in each of his last two seasons … Set career highs with 49 assists during his final campaign with Rouyn-Noranda in 2009-10 and with 29 goals during his third campaign with Rimouski … Scored 23 or more goals in each of his last three seasons … Moved from Rimouski to Rouyn-Noranda as part of a trade involving four players and 10 draft picks in the summer of 2009 … Played in the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game along with future Checkers teammates Zach Boychuk, A.J. Jenks, Greg Nemisz and Jared Staal … Won gold with Canada at the 2005-06 U17 World Championship.