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Canucks select Tyler Madden at No. 68

With their third pick in the 2018 NHL draft, the Canucks have selected forward Tyler Madden from the United States Hockey League. The son of former NHLer John Madden will play for Northeastern University in the NCAA next season.

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Canucks select Jett Woo at No. 37

With their second pick in the 2018 NHL draft, the Vancouver Canucks selected righty defenceman Jett Woo from the Moose Jaw Warriors. Woo joins Quinn Hughes, Vancouver’s first-round pick yesterday, as another interesting addition to the Canucks’ pipeline of blueliners.

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Canucks won’t move their pick, will draft 7th overall

There had been some speculation that the Canucks could move their No. 7 overall selection in tonight’s draft, either as part of a package to acquire a player to help right now or to move down to acquire more draft picks, but that can be put to bed. According to Iain MacIntyre, the Canucks will…

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Canucks Re-Sign Markus Granlund To One Year Extension

Vancouver announced this morning that they’ve signed Markus Granlund to a one-year extension carrying an AAV of $1.475-million dollars. #Canucks have re-signed Markus Granlund (@GranlundMa) to a one-year, one-way contract. https://t.co/8UlHuWhPp0 — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) June 22, 2018 The pact looks the part of a “show me” contract after the 23-year-old Finn suffered a precipitous…

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Sedin twins honoured with King Clancy trophy at NHL Awards

The Sedin twins have made NHL history. The Swedish brothers became the first ever joint winners of the King Clancy Memorial Trophy on Wednesday evening at the 2018 NHL Awards in Las Vegas. The award is given annually to the NHL player (or in this case, “players”) who best exemplifies leadership qualities both on and off…

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WWYDW: 7th Overall

Let’s cut to the chase. It’s the moment everyone has been waiting for. Who would you draft at 7th overall? Last week I asked: if you’re the Canucks, do you move up, move down, or stand pat? detox: If you are looking at drafting a forward, you stand pat or move up. If you want…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: Omissions

With the Top 100 prospects for the 2018 NHL Entry Draft in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look at other angles of the draft class. There had been quite a few comments of players that we excluded that were found in other rankings. First off, our goal is to find prospects that are underrated…

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A decade’s worth of NHL Draft picks selected at 7th overall

With the NHL draft going down in a week, I wanted to take a look at the No. 7 overall picks from the past decade to get an idea of what player we can expect (hope for?) the Canucks to end up with. Obviously, it isn’t as simple as this because each draft is different,…