D 6'2" 175
Born: July 4, 1994
Birthplace: Stouffville, Ontario
Shoots: Left
Drafted: CAR 2012 (4th, 115th)
Trevor Carrick

#5 Trevor Carrick

Position Defense
Height 6'2"
Weight 175
Shoots Left
Born July 4, 1994
Birthplace Stouffville, ONT
Drafted CAR 2012 (4th, 115th)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2011-12 Mississauga OHL   68 6 13 19 64   6 1 0 1 7
2012-13 Mississauga OHL   56 10 21 31 56   6 0 2 2 11
2013-14 Mississauga OHL   41 16 15 31 65   - - - - -
  Sudbury OHL   29 6 14 20 52   5 1 2 3 10
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   76 7 25 32 94   - - - - -
2015-16 Carolina NHL   2 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   70 9 33 42 51   - - - - -
2016-17 Charlotte AHL   57 4 12 16 45   5 0 3 3 0
AHL TOTALS   203 20 70 90 185   5 0 3 3 0
NHL TOTALS   2 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   205 20 70 90 185   5 0 3 3 0


Trevor Carrick

Participated in the 2015-16 AHL All-Star Classic in Syracuse, NY, helping the Central Division capture the round-robin, three-on-three tournament championship … Won the Spengler Cup with Team Canada in Davos, Switzerland, during the 2015-16 season … Finished the 2016-17 season ranked second all-time among Checkers defensemen in assists (70) and points (90) ... Set all-time records for a Checkers rookie defenseman for games played (76), goals (seven), assists (25), points (32), power-play assists (13) and power-play points (14) in 2014-15. His 94 penalty minutes that season were the most ever by a Checkers rookie at any position … Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina on 12/18/13.


Growing up, was a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs and his favorite player was Chris Pronger ... Carrick is a fan of country music and his favorite artist is Eric Church ... His favorite movie is Fubar and his favorite TV show is Eastbound and Down ... While away from the rink, Carrick enjoys fishing and hunting ... His favorite food is wild turkey and his favorite place to visit is his cottage ... Carrick says his biggest talent outside of hockey is fishing ... He can also fillet any kind of fish.


Completed his third professional campaign and third with the Checkers, serving as an alternate captain at various points throughout the season … Posted a career-best, plus-4 rating … Tied for fourth on the team and for first among defensemen with three points, all assists, in five playoff games … Recorded an assist in the season opener at TEX (10/14) … Picked up an assist in his return from an 18-game injury absence vs. CLE (1/13) … Scored his first goal of the year vs. TUC (1/21) … Scored a power-play goal vs. STK (2/11), giving him five points (2g, 3a) in his last eight games … Recorded his only multi-point game of the season with a pair of assists at GR (3/31) … Had an assist and was plus-4 in his Calder Cup Playoff debut, a 4-0, Game 1 victory vs. CHI (4/20) … Had an assist in each of the team’s last two playoff games at CHI (4/25, 4/26).


Completed his second professional season and second with the Checkers, setting career highs in all offensive categories, while appearing at the NHL level with Carolina for the first time … Led the Checkers with 33 assists and ranked third with 42 points, the latter of which tied for eighth among all AHL defensemen and both of which marked the third highest single-season totals by a defenseman in franchise history … Led the team in power-play assists (18) and points (22), the latter of which tied for fourth among league blue liners … Led all Charlotte defensemen with nine goals … Scored the game-tying goal on the power play with 1:36 remaining in regulation to complete the Gordie Howe Hat Trick (one goal, one assist and one fighting major) in the Checkers’ second game of the season, a 5-4 shootout win at IA (10/11) … Tied his career high with four points (2g, 2a), including his first multi-goal game as a professional, in a 9-5 loss at CHI (10/17) … Recorded a goal and an assist and tied his career high with a plus-3 rating as the Checkers erased a 3-0 deficit to win 4-3 in regulation at SA (11/22) … Assisted on Brock McGinn’s overtime winner at TEX (12/11), extending his point streak to four games (0g, 4a) … Scored eight points (1g, 7a) in eight games during the month of December … Missed three games from Dec. 28-Jan. 2 while representing Team Canada at the Spengler Cup. Those marked the first three Checkers games he missed since joining the team in 2014-15 … Picked up an assist in the 2-0 win at ONT (1/3), extending his point streak to four games (1g, 4a) and giving him points in eight of his previous nine games … Again tied his career high with four points (1g, 3a) and also tied his career high with six shots on goal in a 6-5 win vs. CHI (1/23) … Picked up two assists to help the Checkers snap a 10-game winless streak vs. GR (2/19) … Assisted on Derek Ryan’s game-winning goal with 5:54 remaining in regulation at MB (2/28) … Recalled to Carolina on 3/15 and made his NHL debut later that night at WSH (3/15) … Returned to Charlotte on 3/17 …. Recalled to Carolina on 3/18 … Played his second and final NHL game of the season at MIN (3/19) before rejoining the Checkers on reassignment later that night … Assisted on Anthony Camara’s overtime winner vs. RFD (4/5).


Set all-time records for a Checkers rookie defenseman for games played (76), goals (seven), assists (25), points (32), power-play assists (13) and power-play points (14) … His 94 penalty minutes ranked fourth on the team and were the most ever by a Checkers rookie at any position … Ranked third on the team in scoring, led the team in assists and led all team defensemen in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes … Ranked second among AHL rookie defensemen in assists … Led AHL rookie defensemen (t-2nd among all rookies) and the Checkers in power-play assists … Ranked second on the Checkers in power-play points … Recorded his first professional point, an assist on Zach Boychuk’s goal, in his first professional game at MIL (10/10) … Dropped the gloves with Colin Campbell for his first professional fight vs. GR (10/18) … Had an assist, four shots on goal and a fight with Kurtis Gabriel at IA (10/25) … Recorded his first multi-point game as a professional with three assists and was plus-2 vs. MIL (11/29) … Had the primary assist on Brendan Woods’ game-winning goal vs. IA (12/6) … Scored his first professional goal on one of five shots vs. SA (12/19) … Posted a career-best, plus-3 rating in the 3-1 win vs. SA (12/21) … Scored his first shorthanded goal into the empty net vs. TEX (1/4) … Factored in on both Checkers goals (1g, 1a) in a 3-2 shootout win vs. SA (3/4) … Scored for the second time in as many days with his first career power-play goal vs. SA (3/5) … Extended his point streak to a career-best four games (2g, 3a) with an assist vs. NOR (3/8) … Assisted on both goals in a 2-1 win at OKC (3/14) … Had two assists and 10 penalty minutes for unsportsmanlike conduct in a 9-3 loss at SA (3/17) … Notched two assists for the second consecutive game and for the third time in his last four outings in a 3-2 win at IA (3/21) … Had an assist, a fight and a plus-2 rating vs. LE (3/27) … Finished the month of March with 12 points (2g, 10a) and 27 penalty minutes in 13 games … Became the second Checkers rookie to play every game in a season (Victor Rask – 2013-14) and tied a franchise record with four assists in the Checkers’ final game of the season at GR (4/18).


Totaled 101 points (38g, 63a) in 194 games over three seasons in the OHL with Mississauga and Sudbury ... Scored a career-high 51 points (22g, 29a) during the 2013-14 season, split between Mississauga and Sudbury ... Ranked second among OHL defensemen in goals (22) and eighth among defensemen in points (51) in 2013-14 ... Finished third among Mississauga defensemen in goals (10), assists (21) and points (31) for the 2012-13 season ... Named to OHL Second All-Rookie Team for 2011-12.