Vancouver Canucks

Luke Fox of Sportsnet: There has been some speculation that the NHL could consider teams being allowed to use a compliance buyout heading into next season. The NHLPA could need to sign off on allowing compliance buyouts. A look at some potential compliance buyout candidates. Loui Eriksson – Vancouver Canucks – two years left on
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Alexander Edler turns 34 next month, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell by watching the veteran play this season. The 2019-20 season marked Edler’s 14th with the Vancouver Canucks and makes him the longest-tenured player on the roster. The smooth-skating defenceman has been a constant on the back end through all the ups
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In 1999, then-Vancouver Canucks general manager Brian Burke selected Daniel and Henrik Sedin with the second and third overall picks. He made trades with Tampa Bay Lightning, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Atlanta Thrashers to acquire the picks. Related: NHLers By Country – On Top of Their Game and the World The two wouldn’t play in
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Elliotte Friedman: AHL trades can still be made, but those players are not eligible for the post-season. The Hurricanes could use some goaltending, the Maple Leafs defensemen, and Coyotes scoring. The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars weren’t that interested in Joe Thornton. The San Jose Sharks plan to be back in contention next season. Will
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Deadline fallout notes on the Panthers, Senators, Canucks, Maple Leafs, and Canadiens Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: The Carolina Hurricanes were in competition with the Florida Panthers to acquire Brady Skjei from the New York Rangers at the deadline. The Panthers problem was that they were trying to move salary out in the deal according
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On Joe Thornton John Shannon: “For the record, Joe Thornton IS NOT going to Dallas.” Joe McDonald: “Hearing the possibility Joe Thornton returns to Boston have cooled with just about 45 minutes until the deadline.” Jimmy Murphy: “Here’s what I know on Joe Thornton at this second. He was -before today and again today presented
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