Joey Cupido | Defenseman #82

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 175
Shoots: Right
College/Club: Six Nations Arrows
Date of Birth: 8/14/1990

Career Highlights

Fast Facts

  • Mammoth Assistant Captain in 2018.
  • Two-time NLL Transition Player of the Year (2015, 2018).
  • Two-time NLL Fan Choice Award recipient (2015, 2018).
  • Two-time NLL First-Team All-Pro selection (2015, 2018).
  • Named to the NLL All-Rookie Team in 2013.


Selected by Colorado in the fifth round (38th overall) of the 2011 NLL Entry Draft.


2018: Jamie Hanford Award recipient for Inspirational Player of the Year…Fan Choice Award recipient for the second time in his career…moved into fifth in Mammoth history and seventh in franchise history with 607 loose balls…scored the most points among Mammoth defensemen and the second-most points among NLL defensemen with a career-high of 27 points…posted the most shorthanded goals for the Mammoth and the second-most shorthanded goals in the NLL (5)…tied his career-high of 16 goals set in 2015…named an alternate captain for the 2017-18 season 2017: scored the most short-handed goals for the Mammoth (3)…scored the most goals (9) and points among Mammoth defensemen (17) 2016: Tied for the second-most caused-turnovers for the Mammoth (26) 2015: Led the NLL with a career-high of 40 caused turnovers…led all NLL defensemen with a career-high of 16 goals scored, twice that of any other defender, and with a career-high of 31 points in 2015 …led NLL defensemen with four short-handed score…tied for second among NLL defensemen with a career-high 15 assists…led all players who scored nine or more goals with his shooting percentage (0.372%)…Fifth in the NLL among non-face-off men with 117 loose balls…appeared in every game (18) for the first time in his professional career 2014: Recovered the third-most loose balls among Mammoth players (74)…tied for fifth in caused-turnovers (16) for the Mammoth 2013: Led the Mammoth in loose ball recovery (101) and caused turnovers (20) 2012: Appeared in one game, making his professional debut against the Minnesota Swarm on April 28, 2012, recovering three loose balls and forcing one caused turnover.