Joey Daccord

Hometown:

North Andover Massachusetts

Currently Playing In:

Junior

Birthday:

1996-08-19

Position:

G

Eligible for draft:

2014

Catches:

Left

Drafted:

2015

Height:

6-3

Acquired:

7th round (199th overall), 2015

Weight:

190 lbs.

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History

2010-11: Joey Daccord appeared in 22 games for North Andover High School in Massachusetts as a freshman. North Andover finished 11-7-4, falling to Bishop Fenwick, 2-1, in a Division 2 North first round playoff game. 

2011-12: Daccord played 25 games for North Andover High School in his sophomore season. He was 16-5-4 with four shutouts, including back-to-back shutouts in the Division 2 North playoffs. North Andover advanced to the Division 2 North semifinals, falling 2-0 to Wilmington. Daccord finished the season with a 1.53 goals against and .918 save percentage. 

2012-13: Daccord transferred from North Andover to Cushing Academy, repeating his sophomore year and combining with senior Mike Dion to backstop the Penguins to the Martin/Earl Large School tournament title. Daccord was 10-2 with a 1.96 goals against and .926 save percentage in 12 games. He was selected by Saint John in the 11th round (185th overall) in the 2013 QMJHL Draft and was chosen by Omaha in the 21st round (307th overall) in the 2013 USHL Entry Draft. 

2013-14: Daccord handled the bulk of the goaltending for Cushing Academy in his junior season. In 24 games for the Penguins he had a 2.32 goals against and .923 save percentage. Cushing earned the final spot in the Elite 8 prep tournament, falling to top seed Salisbury 3-2 in double overtime in a quarterfinal game. Daccord stopped 55 of 58 shots in the loss. 

2014-15: Daccord was one of the top goalies in prep school hockey as a post-graduate senior, getting off to a 13-1-2 start for Cushing Academy.  A team captain for the Penguins, he finished the year with a 1.80 goals against and .933 save percentage. The second-seed entering the Elite 8 prep school tournament, Cushing was upset by seventh-seed Dexter in the playoff quarterfinals. In January 2015, Daccord committed to playing college hockey for the fledgling  program at Arizona State in 2016-17. He was ranked 10th amongst North American goaltenders in the Central Scouting final rankings and was selected by Ottawa in the seventh round (199th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft. 

Talent Analysis

Son of former Boston Bruins goaltending consultant Brian Daccord, Joey is a modern butterfly goaltender with rock-solid fundamentals. He also played soccer and tennis at Cushing Academy, where he was twice named the school’s Athlete of the Year. He has not played outside of USHS competition yet, but he has dominated enough to get plenty of looks from scouts. The Senators still aren’t sure what they have with Daccord, and the next few seasons will be very telling.

Future

Daccord will play for the USHL’s Muskegon Lumberjacks during the 2015-16 season, and will join Arizona State University the following September.

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