Max Comtois



  • DOB: 1/8/1999
  • Ht: 6-2
  • Wt: 207
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: Longueuil, QC
  • Drafted: 2017 Anaheim, 2nd rd., (50th overall)


  • Began his first professional season with the Anaheim Ducks and San Diego Gulls…recorded 2-5=7 points in 10 NHL games with Anaheim.
  • Scored his first career goal in his NHL debut Oct. 3 at San Jose 49 seconds into the game…his goal was the fastest to start
  • an NHL career since 1989, when Buffalo’s Alexander Mogilny scored 20 seconds into the first Oct. 5, 1989 vs. Quebec
  • Became the first Ducks player to score in his first two career NHL games from the start of a season, Oct. 3-6…became the second Ducks rookie to record at least one point in each of his first three career NHL games Oct. 8 vs. Detroit (2-1=3)
  • Scored one goal (1-0=1) in four AHL games with San Diego on a long-term injury conditioning loan
  • Scored a goal in his AHL debut with San Diego 2:26 into the game (PPG) Nov. 10 vs. COL, becoming the first player to score in both their Gulls and Ducks debuts
  • Was assigned to Drummondville of the QMJHL Nov. 25…earned 31-17=48 points with a +31 rating and 32 PIM in 25 QMJHL games
  • Scored 11-4=15 points with a +5 rating in 16 QMJHL Playoffs games…led Drummondville in goals and ranked fifth among QMJHL playoff leaders in goals
  • Appeared in 12 Calder Cup Playoff games with San Diego following the conclusion of the QMJHL postseason…scored 5-4=9 points with a +4 rating…among Gulls rookies, ranked second in goals and points, and ranked tied for second in assists
  • Scored 64:20 into overtime for his first career postseason goal in his Calder Cup Playoffs debut…his goal ended the fifth longest game in AHL history in the fourth overtime, a 3-2 win in 124:20 of regulation and overtime in Game 1 of the PDF, May 3, 2019



  • Signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim on Mar. 3, 2018
  • Scored 123-121=244 points with a +71 rating and 267 PIM in 205 career QMJHL games with Drummondville and Victoriaville…also earned 17-17=34 points in 38 QMJHL playoff games
  • Has represented Team Canada at numerous international tournaments…served as captain at the 2019 World Junior
  • Championship…helped Canada to gold at the 2018 World Junior Championship, recording 3-3=6 points with a +6 rating in seven tournament games…also played for Canada at the U-18 World Championship (2016 and 2017) and 2016 Ivan Hlinka Memorial
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Player Stats

Regular Season
2019-20 Regular SeasonSD31915247531063500.77
2018-19 Regular SeasonSD4101-22103000.25
2019 Calder Cup PlayoffsSD12549440026200.75