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Luke Schenn signs with Tampa Bay

Another Canuck from last season has found a new home as it was announced that defenceman Luke Schenn had agreed to terms on a new contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning this morning We have signed Luke Schenn to a one-year contract worth $700,000. 📝: https://t.co/6hrTceve5S pic.twitter.com/gRpoaYeMef — Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) July 1, 2019…

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Canucks sign C Tyler Graovac

One of the things on the Canucks shopping list was some centre depth for the Utica Comets and it appears they made their first move to address that. OFFICIAL: #Canucks sign centre Tyler Graovac to a two-way contract. https://t.co/5nkGVEZtKL — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) July 1, 2019 Graovac was drafted by the Minnesota Wild in the…

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Canucks sign Jordie Benn to two year contract

The Canuck have signed soon to be 32-year-old defenceman Jordie Benn to a two year contract with an average annual value of $2.0M per season this morning OFFICIAL: #Canucks sign defenceman Jordie Benn to a two-year contract. https://t.co/z7zhRYcdXB — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) July 1, 2019 Benn is coming off an 81 game season with the…

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Canucks officially sign Tyler Myers to 5 year deal

The worst kept secret in Vancouver has come to fruition as the Canucks have signed defenceman Tyler Myers to a 5-year contract with an average annual value of $6.0M per season. OFFICIAL: #Canucks sign defenceman Tyler Myers to a five-year contract. https://t.co/cfKoRxv94U — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) July 1, 2019 The 29-year-old defenceman scored 31 points…

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Canucks sign Oscar Fantenberg

The Canucks have added more depth to their blueline with the signing of Swedish defenceman Oscar Fantenberg OFFICIAL: #Canucks sign defenceman Oscar Fantenberg to a one-year contract. https://t.co/XtXkY8Aosi — Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) July 1, 2019 It is a one year deal worth $850,000. The Swedish defenceman was an undrafted free agent that signed with the…

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Report: Luke Schenn might be signing somewhere else

Luke Schenn was an afterthought in the Canucks trade with the Anaheim Ducks that saw Michael Del Zotto head So-Cal. But after the Canucks ran into some more injuries, Schenn was recalled and performed well for a team looking for size on the backend. He looked particularly strong as a partner for Quinn Hughes. The…

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From The Community: Does Benning have a plan?

We are back with another edition of ‘From the Community’. Matthew Dolmage has contributed a few pieces to this series over the past year: Matthew Dolmage is a lawyer practicing in Northern BC and the producer of The Hockey PDOCast with Dimitri Filipovic. He has been a CanucksArmy reader since 2011. This time, he is…

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Scott Walker leaves Canucks development team to join Coyotes

It was announced yesterday by the Arizona Coyotes that Scott Walker would be joining the club as a Special Assistant to the GM on a multi-year contract #Coyotes announce changes to Hockey Operations staff:https://t.co/bidoJ9JQoV — Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) June 27, 2019 Walker had been with the Canucks since 2015-16 where he started as a Development…

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Report: Hutton might not be qualified

With the deadline to provide restricted free agents qualifying offers coming up at 2 PM tomorrow, everyone has focused their attention to some of the pending restricted free agents that the Canucks have. Rick Dhaliwal with Sportsnet 650 was busy this afternoon providing the updates. It’s important to remember that this is what Rick has…

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Canucks announce development camp roster

With the 2019 NHL Entry Draft in the rearview mirror, the organization turns its attention to development camp this week. The schedule had been previously announced, but is as follows: Tuesday, June 25th 9:15 am – 10:05 am – Forwards on-ice practice 10:20 am – 11:05 am – Forwards and defenceman on-ice practice 11:20 am…

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Canucks acquire J.T. Miller from the Tampa Bay Lightning

The Canucks have swung a trade to open up day two of the NHL Entry Draft. JT Miller traded to @Canucks and draft picks are involved in the trade. — Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) June 22, 2019 The Tampa Bay Lightning were needing to some moves to get make their salary cap situation a little better…