Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks have been busy on Sunday, signing UFA forwards Antoine Roussel and Jay Beagle to similar four-year contracts. Roussel looks to be getting $13MM with Beagle getting $12MM over the same time period. Both deals will run through the 2021-22 season. Hearing Ryan deal is approx 3×3.125 and Czarnik 2×1.25 in CAL; word out
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May 29, 2008 — a quiet, but tragic day in the small town of Lameque, New Brunswick. Vancouver Canucks defenceman Luc Bourdon lost his life in Lameque as a result of a terrible motorcycle accident. Winds gusted at around 50 km/h that day in Lameque, making keeping balance on two wheels all that more difficult
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If there was a glaring weakness on the Vancouver Canucks’ roster last year, it was that big black hole on defence. Although Travis Green’s up-tempo style resulted in more offensive chances, the Canucks’ defence was more porous than that of the 2016-17 squad—not a dubious designation considering that the Canucks gave up the second-most goals in
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The Sedins have left Rogers Arena for good, and they’ve also left a gaping hole in the Vancouver Canucks lineup. With Henrik Sedin calling it quits, the Canucks look especially thin at centre heading into next season. This has led to rumours that they will sign someone like Tyler Bozak, but does it make sense
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After 18 years of playing in the NHL, the league’s most iconic duo in history, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, have announced that they will be retiring at the end of the 2017-18 NHL regular season. The decision was announced Monday through the Vancouver Canucks’ official website in a letter that the twins wrote to fans
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Things are really heating up for the Vancouver Canucks… when it comes to their prospects. All over the world, from Utica all the way to Sweden and Finland, Canucks prospects are dominating their respective leagues — Adam Gaudette is holding down the fort at the college level. Gaudette is easily one of the best players
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Here we are again, with another trade deadline approaching, hopes rising and rumors swirling. The Vancouver Canucks have been the subject of a healthy amount of rumors this season and the most recent one involves defender Ben Hutton. The team isn’t exactly shopping him around, but no one is completely off the table. From an
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Injuries derailed the surprisingly competitive Vancouver Canucks in December, and they haven’t quite recovered just yet. Star players were hitting injured reserve left and right and Bo Horvat was hands-down the biggest loss. Horvat suffered a fracture in his foot on Dec. 5 against the Carolina Hurricanes, but he has been cleared to practice and
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A month ago, it seemed the Vancouver Canucks had plenty of questions in terms of what to do. They were in the middle of the playoff race and playing well behind a legitimate first line and steady goaltending. Since Bo Horvat went down with a foot injury, the Canucks have won only two of their
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Today marks the two year anniversary of the suicide of Vancouver Canucks’ enforcer Rick Rypien[at the time of writing/2013]. This may be one of the hardest articles I’ve ever had to write because Rypien’s death hit very close to home for me. You see, I, like Rick Rypien, suffer from depression. My Story of Anxiety
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For this segment of weekly thoughts, we address Vancouver Canucks trade rumours, explore the ramifications of Chris Tanev’s injury, and highlight the bounce-back performance of the Sedins. We also take a look at how Canucks’ prospects Kole Lind, Jonah Gadjovich, and Michael DiPietro fared at Team Canada’s world junior camp. Canucks Searching for a Top-Nine
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