Michigan forward Cooper Marody signed an entry-level contract with the  Edmonton Oilers, the club announced Sunday.

Marody, the 2017-18 Big Ten scoring champion, finished with 51 points (16 goals, 35 assists). The Brighton native was sixth in the NCAA in points, while his 35 assists ranked third in the country.

The news of Marody's signing came as linemate Tony Calderone's announced he signed with the Dallas Stars. Calderone, a senior from Trenton, finished with 45 points (25 goals and 20 assists) playing with Marody and Dexter Dancs on the "DMC" line.

The trio accounted for 39 percent, or 53 of Michigan's 136 goals, and 34 percent of the team's points (134) this season.

Marody and Calderone helped lead Michigan to its 25th Frozen Four appearance. Marody registered two goals while Calderone had two assists in the Wolverines' 3-2 win over Northeastern in the NCAA Regionals.

Calderone, who was named Second Team All-Big Ten, scored a goal in UM's 6-3 victory over Boston University in the NCAA Regionals.