Vernon Vipers defenceman Landon Fuller made his playoff debut Friday with the Western Hockey League Vancouver Giants.
The Giants added Fuller to their post-season roster after the Vipers season come to an end April 17th 2019.
Fuller went pointless as the Giants defeated the Prince Albert Raiders 5-4 Friday night in Prince Albert in Game 1 of the Western Hockey League finals. Game 2 goes tonight in Prince Albert.
The Vipers acquired Fuller September 25 2018 from Coquitlam for Nicholas Wildgoose. The Giants added Fuller to their roster November 3rd 2018. Fuller played three games with the Giants in the month of November before returning to the Vipers. The Giants recalled Fuller while the Vipers were on their holiday-Christmas break. Fuller played two games with the Giants over the holidays. Fuller went pointless in five regular season games this season with the Vancouver Giants.
Fuller was Drafted in 2014, 5 #90 overall by Tri-City Americans in the WHL Bantam Draft. Fuller played parts of three seasons with the Tri-City Americans (2015-2018) before being traded to the Lethbridge Hurricanes in August, never played a game with the Hurricanes before being re-assigned to the Coquitlam Express September 18th 2018.
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