Stingrays Sign Defenseman Carson Vance
The South Carolina Stingrays announced today that they have signed defenseman Carson Vance ahead of tonight’s game against Atlanta.
Vance, 27, is in his third season of professional hockey after spending time in the ECHL, SPHL, and FPHL. This season, the native of Tempe, AZ has appeared in eight games with the Fort Wayne Komets and Orlando Solar Bears while also recording 10 points on one goal and nine assists with the Huntsville Havoc and Fayetteville Marksmen of the SPHL.
Throughout his three years, Vance has played in 45 career ECHL games with the Komets, Solar Bears, and Wichita Thunder where he assisted on two goals. In 60 career SPHL games, Vance has tallied 22 points on one goal and 21 assists. Additionally, he appeared in five games for the Elmira Enforcers of the FPHL where he scored one goal and added an assist.
Prior to turning pro, Vance played two seasons at Western Michigan University where he played with Lawton Courtnall before transferring to SUNY-Oswego for his final collegiate season and playing alongside Carter Allen.
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