The Vancouver Canucks set out to improve their previous group of defencemen before the 2019-20 regular season begins, signing a few of the rare free agent defencemen that were on the market this summer. One of those is left-handed blueliner Oscar Fantenberg.
During a radio hit on TSN 1040, Loui Eriksson’s agent J.P. Barry mentioned that the player and the General Manager met over the offseason about his future with the team and where to go from here.
On the first of July, mistakes are always made in the NHL. Teams want a certain player and poison their entire cap structure to get a middling player just because they don’t cost any future assets to acquire.
As the floodgates of free agency opens in just a few hours, one of the first now former Canucks have signed with their new team for next season. Markus Granlund will be an Edmonton Oiler.
After a rollercoaster 2018-19 season through three different franchises, Ryan Spooner will become an unrestricted free agent.
Long-time Vancouver Canuck goaltender Roberto Luongo has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey via his Twitter account.
Adding to the earlier report that the Vancouver Canucks will not send a qualifying offer to defenceman Ben Hutton, it appears like they will have another free agent walking away in Markus Granlund.
Just about a week away from free agency and teams around the league have been given permission to talk to upcoming unrestricted free agents. One free agent that the Vancouver Canucks have been linked to is winger Gustav Nyquist.
With the 40th pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, the Vancouver Canucks selected Swedish forward Nils Hoglander.
With their first selection of the 2019 NHL Draft at 10th overall, the Vancouver Canucks selected Vasili Podkolzin.
Announced on the stage at the hometown 2019 NHL Draft, the Canucks will be honouring Daniel and Henrik Sedin with a week-long celebration in February of next season.
On the eve of the 2019 NHL Draft hosted by your very own Vancouver Canucks, it has been reported that former GM of the Edmonton Oilers Peter Chiarelli is possibly joining the Canucks management team in some capacity.