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Jakob Stukel cut from Canucks, returns to WHL

On Tuesday, the Canucks made a large round of cuts, sending six players back to Major Junior. On Wednesday, they made just one, pulling the scissors out on Jakob Stukel and sending him back to the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL.

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Canucks invite defenceman Dylan Plouffe to training camp

According to Sportsnet’s Rick Dhaliwal, the Canucks have invited Dylan Plouffe of the Vancouver Giants to training camp. Plouffe had originally signed a PTO with the Florida Panthers, but the team’s training camp was cancelled because of Hurricane Irma. As a result, Plouffe was granted permission from the league to attend the Canucks’ camp instead.

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Bo Horvat’s next contract will reportedly be a bridge deal

Jason Botchford appeared as the first-ever guest on Jason Brough and Mike Halford’s TSN 1040 show on Friday and he dropped a pretty big bomb for it’s inauguration. According to Botchford, Bo Horvat’s new contract has been completed, and it’s a two or three year bridge deal that will delay the No. 9 pick from the…

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Canucks a finalist in “Kerfoot Sweepstakes”

Last week, it was reported that the Vancouver Canucks were meeting with NCAA free agent Alex Kerfoot. Now, the Canucks are being listed as finalists in Kerfoot’s decision, which will reportedly be made sometime this week.

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NCAA free agent Alex Kerfoot meeting with Canucks

According to Blake Price of TSN 1040, the Vancouver Canucks are meeting with NCAA free agent Alex Kerfoot today. Kerfoot, the native of West Vancouver and product of the BCHL’s Coquitlam Giants, became an unrestricted free agent on Aug. 15 after spending four seasons with the Harvard Crimson. He was drafted in the fifth round…

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The Good and Bad of Summer 2017 (So Far): Metropolitan Division

This is one part of a four-part, division-by-division series looking at the moves made by each team this offseason and what they still have left to do before the season begins.  The Hurricanes looked to solve their goaltending issue, the Penguins worked to keep their Cup-winning core intact, the Capitals lost an exodus of good…

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The Good and Bad of Summer 2017 (So Far): Atlantic Division

This is one part of a four-part, division-by-division series looking at the moves made by each team this offseason and what they still have left to do before the season begins.  The Panthers and Sabres are moving in a new direction again, the Lightning dealt with some housekeeping that should allow them to rebound next…

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The Good and Bad of Summer 2017 (So Far): Central Division

This is one part of a four-part, division-by-division series looking at the moves made by each team this offseason and what they still have left to do before the season begins.  The Blackhawks went through another renaissance and brought back some familiar faces, the Predators added to one of the best young cores in the…

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The Good and Bad of Summer 2017 (So Far): Pacific Division

This is one part of a four-part, division-by-division series looking at the moves made by each team this offseason and what they still have left to do before the season begins.  The Coyotes took a major step forward into actually contending, the Ducks navigated nicely through the expansion draft, the Flames continued their search for…

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Free Agency 2017: The Market For Wingers

Free Agent Frenzy is almost upon us. We’ve gone through an Expansion Draft, the Entry Draft, and on Saturday, the annual tradition of throwing a bunch of money at players will begin. Over the next few days, I’m going to dive into the unrestricted free agent market and map out who’s available and who’s going…