VP, Hockey Administration, Entertainment & Content
TC Carling enters his 17th season with the Vancouver Canucks and second season as Vice President, Hockey Administration, Entertainment and Content. In his role, Carling oversees the human performance, medical, strength & conditioning, equipment and team services departments. He also provides the strategic leadership for the game entertainment and content teams.
Carling re-joined Canucks Sports & Entertainment from the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation where he acted as the Senior Vice-President, providing the communication, marketing and partnership branding strategy for the organization as it evolved from a provincial to national institution.
Carling previously served as Vice President, Communications and Community Relations. He was responsible for developing and implementing corporate communication strategies across all Canucks Sports & Entertainment and Canucks for Kids Fund initiatives. In his role, TC was responsible for identifying and pursuing team and player strategies with broadcast, web site, Game Night Magazine and media outlets to leverage the Canucks brand in the community.
Carling began working for Canucks Sports & Entertainment in 1999 and has worked primarily in a media relations capacity, most recently serving as Director, Media Relations & Team Operations. TC has also worked with EA Sports and the Vancouver Grizzlies of the NBA.
A native of Victoria, BC, Carling graduated from the B.C.I.T. Radio Broadcasting Program in Burnaby, BC.