See you later Carter

Carter Cochrane was traded by the Chilliwack Chiefs to the Cowichan Valley Capitals in a BCHL swap for Darien Craighead.

Just over a week after he rejoined the Chilliwack Chiefs family, Carter Cochrane is heading to the Cowichan Valley Capitals in a BCHL deal.

Cochrane was traded Wednesday in a swap that brings the Chiefs 18 year old forward Darien Craighead.

“We felt we needed another forward with a scoring touch,” said Chiefs general manager and head coach Jason Tatarnic. “When you acquire a good player you have to give something up in return and unfortunately the price tag was Carter.”

Craighead was a point-per-game player for the Caps last year and will make his Chilliwack debut this weekend.

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