Americans Trade Carson Haynes to Vancouver
KENNEWICK, WA - Tri-City Americans General Manager Bob Tory announced today that the team has traded 19-year-old defenseman Carson Haynes to the Vancouver Giants. In exchange, Tri-City receives a fourth-round pick in the 2024 WHL Prospects Draft.
"With five returning 19-year-old defensemen, we needed to make room for some younger players on the roster," stated Tory. "We thank Carson for his time with the Americans and wish him nothing but the best in Vancouver."
Haynes was selected 58th overall by the Americans in the 2018 WHL Prospects Draft. He collected one goal and eight assists through 48 career games with Tri-City.
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