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Andrew Copp leaves Michigan, signs with Jets

The Detroit News
Andrew Copp

Forward Andrew Copp will not return to Michigan for his senior season after signing a three-year contract with the Winnipeg Jets. Copp, 20, was drafted by the Jets in the fourth round in 2013.

The Jets said the average annual value of Copp's contract is $958,300.

Copp (6-0, 210) played in 107 games for the Wolverines and had 40 goals and 41 assists.

He had a UM career-best 31 points (14 goals, 17 assists) this season and was named All-Big Ten second team.

Copp is from Ann Arbor and played football for Skyline High and hockey for the U.S. National Development team.