Brett Carson ()
2009-10: Recorded 11 points (3g, 8a) in 14 games played before being recalled from Albany on 12/7...Recorded 12 points (2g, 10a) in 54 games with Carolina (NHL)...Made his NHL season debut and blocked three shots at PIT (12/7)...Was fourth among Hurricanes skaters in blocked shots (89)...Blocked eight shots at WSH (12/11), the highest recorded total for a Hurricane in that category since Glen Wesley blocked eight on April 2, 2000...Scored first NHL goal vs. OTT (1/10)...Was second among Hurricanes skaters in plus/ minus (+5).
2008-09: Completed his third professional season, making his NHL debut with Carolina...Played in five games during his first career stint in the NHL from 12/7-12/19, averaging 15:43 of ice time per game and totaling four penalty minutes...Made his NHL debut vs. WSH (12/7) and registered two hits and two blocked shots in 22:07 of ice time...Was second among Albany defensemen in scoring, totaling 35 points (6g, 29a) in 69 games with the River Rats...Was tied for first among Albany defensemen in goals with six.
Juniors: Played four full seasons in the Western Hockey League scoring 110 points (28g, 82a), along with 204 penalty minutes, in 268 games...Served as team captain for the Calgary Hitmen (WHL) during the 2005-06 season…Hitmen set a franchise record for fewest goals against during 2005-06 regular season with 155, tops in the CHL…Named to the 2006 WHL East First All-Star Team during the 2005-06 season...Participated in the 2004 CHL Top Prospects game.
Miscellaneous: Signed a three-year entry level contract with the Hurricanes on 5/31/2006...Made his pro debut with Florida (ECHL) and notched his first pro goal vs. TEX (10/20/2006)...Made AHL debut with Albany vs. HAM (11/01/2006)…Registered his first AHL point, an assist at PHI(11/3/2006)...Made NHL debut vs. FLA (12/18/2008)...Re-signed with the Hurricanes, inking a one-year, two-way contract on 7/20/2009...Registered first NHL point, an assist, vs. DAL (12/16/2010)...Scored first pro goal vs. OTT (1/10/2010)...Signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Hurricanes on 7/20/2010.