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Recapping the Canucks end of season press conference

The Canucks had their season come to an end over the weekend with a 3-2 shootout loss to the Blues. Despite missing the playoffs for a fourth consecutive year, the team was occupying a playoff spot on Feb.2 and improved by eight points overall in the standings. As is tradition, the Canucks held their end-of-the-season…

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Quinn Hughes signs three-year entry-level contract with Canucks

Welcome to the NHL, Quinn Hughes. Vancouver’s highly touted defensive prospect has signed a three-year entry level contract with the Canucks. Welcome to the #Canucks Quinn Hughes! Last year’s 7th overall pick signs a three-year entry-level contract with Vancouver. https://t.co/lDwkuR7EPU — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) March 10, 2019 The 19-year-old recently finished his second collegiate season…

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Brandon Sutter to undergo surgery, miss another 6-8 weeks

It doesn’t look like Brandon Sutter will be playing for the Canucks again this season. The Canucks announced today the forward will undergo surgery to address a sports hernia on his right side. His expected recovery timeline is 6-8 weeks. A similar procedure on his left side was carried out in 2015. Update on Brandon…

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Alex Edler activated off IR, will replace Pouliot vs. Coyotes

Alex Edler will make his return to the lineup against the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday evening after missing time with a serious injury. The Swedish blueliner was stretchered off the ice in a game against the Flyers on Feb. 4 after getting tangled with forward Jake Voracek and face-planting on the ice. It will be…

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Canucks recall Guillaume Brisebois from Utica

The Canucks have called up 21-year-old defenseman Guillaume Brisebois from the Utica Comets. TRANSACTION: #Canucks recall D Guillaume Brisebois from @UticaComets — Canucks PR (@CanucksPR) February 26, 2019 The transaction comes with blueliners Alex Edler (concussion) and Chris Tanev (ankle) currently on IR. Erik Gudbranson was also traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the NHL…

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Canucks trade Jonathan Dahlen to the Sharks for Linus Karlsson

The Canucks made their second trade of the day close to the 3:00 PM EST deadline, acquiring forward Linus Karlsson from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for forward Jonathan Dahlen. TRADE: #Canucks acquire Linus Karlsson from the Sharks in exchange for Jonathan Dahlen. Trade Deadline coverage presented by @ToyotaBC. https://t.co/KvfkMUKEGj — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks)…

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Canucks trade Erik Gudbranson to Pittsburgh for Tanner Pearson

The Canucks have traded defenseman Erik Gudbranson to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for forward Tanner Pearson. The trade is one-for-one with no salary retained. Hearing Erik Gudbranson on the move, from VAN to PIT. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 25, 2019 Believe Tanner Pearson is heading back to Vancouver in the Gudbranson deal. —…

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Zack MacEwen and Marek Mazanec reassigned to Utica

Thatcher Demko is back. The Canucks have reassigned forward Zack MacEwen and goaltender Marek Mazanec to the AHL Utica Comets, according to head coach Travis Green. MacEwen & Mazanec have been reassigned to the @UticaComets, said Coach Green. — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) February 25, 2019 The designation comes with Alex Edler (concussion) and Demko (slight…

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Rumour: Vancouver a Canadian city of interest for Artemi Panarin

Imagine a line of Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser and Artemi Panarin. While that trio would do some major damage on the ice, it would certainly also do some major damage against the cap. Trade deadline season always brings about some intriguing rumours in the hockey world. There is plenty of speculation of where Columbus Blue…

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Report: Uptick in interest around Alex Edler

With the Monday NHL Trade Deadline just days away, things are picking up on the Alex Edler trade front. Per The Athletic’s Pierre LeBrun (subscription required), calls on Alex Edler have started to come in more frequently of late. Edler, of course, is a pending UFA at the end of the season and possesses a full…

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Canucks recall Luke Schenn

The Canucks have recalled blueliner Luke Schenn from the Utica Comets. TRANSACTION: #Canucks have recalled D Luke Schenn from the Utica Comets. — Canucks PR (@CanucksPR) February 15, 2019 The 29-year-old was acquired by the Canucks from Anaheim in exchange for Michael Del Zotto back in January. The Canucks also received a 2020 seventh-round draft…