Dane Fox, who once scored 64 goals in 67 games playing alongside Connor McDavid in OHL Erie, has been traded from Vancouver to Carolina in exchange for future considerations, the ‘Canes announced on Monday.
Fox, 22, has spent almost all of this year with ECHL Kalamazoo, a bit of a fall from a guy the Canucks organization was once high on. Back in 2014, former GM Mike Gillis listed Fox — in a letter penned to season ticketholders — as part of a “talented group of prospects” that included Nicklas Jensen (traded to the Rangers), Frank Corrado (lost on waivers to the Leafs) and Hunter Shinkaruk (traded to Calgary).
Fox originally signed with the Canucks in the midst of that banner 64-goal campaign with the Otters, but has since only appeared in one game at the AHL level, spending almost all of his professional hockey career in Kalamazoo.
The ‘Canes did say Fox would immediately report to AHL Charlotte.