VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Vancouver Canucks Monday traded goaltender Wendell Young and a third-round draft 1990 choice to the Philadelphia Flyers for goaltender Darren Jensen and defenseman Darryl Stanley.
Young, 5-foot-8 and 185 pounds, has played 30 games for the Canucks, posting a 5-14-4 record and 3.99 goals-against average.
Last season, the 24-year-old goaltender played eight games for the Canucks, winning only one, before being sent to Fredericton of the American Hockey League.
Jensen, 5-9, 165, spent all last season in the AHL with Hershey, recording 26 wins and 26 losses and a 3.76 goals-against average.
In the 1985-86 season, Jensen and starting Philadelphia goaltender Bob Froese won the William Jennings Trophy as the goaltending unit allowing the fewest goals. Jensen, 27, has played a total of 30 NHL games with a 15-10-1 record and 3.81 gaa.
Stanley, 6-2, 200, has played 89 regular-season games for the Flyers, scoring two goals and eight assists for 10 points while spending 216 minutes in the penalty box.
Stanley, 24, missed a total of 39 games last year with the Flyers, 32 because of stretched ankle ligaments.