The Langley Rivermen have traded former Vernon Vipers defenceman Carter Stephenson to the Nanaimo Clippers.
Stephenson played six games as an "AP" affiliated player with the Vipers during the 2015-16 season before committing to the Vipers the following season.
Stephenson played in 23 games with the Vipers during the 2016-17 season collected (5-goals-8-assists-13-points) was traded to Salmon Arm November 23 2016 for Defenceman Cameron Trott and future considerations.
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This was posted on the Clippers website:
CLIPPERS ACQUIRE CARTER STEPHENSON
October 5, 2018
Nanaimo, BC – The Nanaimo Clippers have picked up defenceman Carter Stephenson (’98) who was with the Langley Rivermen.
“Carter is an experienced defenceman, who can play the power play and brings experience to the back end”, stated Coach Naylor.
The 5’11”, 154-lb. Carter has played six games for the Rivermen in the 2018-2019 season, scoring one goal, having two assists and 10 minutes in penalties.
The 2017-2018 season saw Stephenson playing for the Rivermen in 51 games. He scored six goals, had 17 assists and 23 minutes in penalties.
2016-2017 saw Carter playing for the Vernon Vipers and the Salmon Arm Silverbacks. He played 23 games for the Vipers scoring five goals, had eight assists and 15 minutes in penalties. With the Silverbacks he played in 30 games with one goal, seven assists and 26 penalty minutes.
In 2015-2016, Carter played with the BCMML Vancouver NW Giants, where he was awarded top D-Man in the BC Major Midget League.