Career Notes: Marcotte, 22, enters his second professional season after appearing in 57 games last year for the Adirondack Thunder, where he posted 16 goals and 29 points. A native of Longueuil, Quebec, the 6-foot-1, 201-pound winger was the first player ever to sign with the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey League (AHL), which was a two-way AHL-ECHL agreement.
Prior to turning pro, Marcotte had a stellar junior career in the QMJHL with Prince Edward, Val-d'or Foreurs and Gatineau. He registered 255 points (119g, 136a) in 277 career games with his best season coming in 2013-14 when he was one of only five players that racked up 100 or more points (42g, 58a). Marcotte was third in QMJHL postseason scoring that season, tallying 37 points (12g, 25a) in 24 games en route to winning the league title.