On Thursday, November 2nd Dan O’Connor caught up with former Giants forward Carter Popoff. Popoff played 273 career games with the Giants and finished with 64 goals and 115 assists for 179 points. He is currently attending UBC and is enjoying his second season with the UBC Thunderbirds hockey team. Click the link below to listen to his entire interview.
“I was always a big fan of the special occasions where we’d wear neat jerseys. One of my best memories was in my first year was when we had our Gordie Howe tribute night. We were wearing commemorative jerseys with the number 9 on the front and I ended up being a fight away from Gordie Howe hat-trick. I scored the overtime winner that night which was one of my first big moments with the team.” – Carter Popoff recaps his favorite memory as a Vancouver Giant.