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Luke Schenn opens up about choosing Lightning over Canucks

Luke Schenn is getting his chance at a Stanley Cup. The feisty 29-year-old defenseman signed a one-year deal worth $700,000 with the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 1st after making an impact in Vancouver last season. Schenn was acquired from Anaheim by the Canucks in January in exchange for Michael Del Zotto. We have signed…

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Ryan Spooner signs in Switzerland

Ex-Canuck Ryan Spooner has signed a one-year contract with Switzerland’s HC Lugano. Alla Cornèr Arena arriva Ryan Spooner Comunicato: https://t.co/DfCp3YfoYw#WeareLVGA pic.twitter.com/ofUoJ99iRh — Hockey Club Lugano (@OfficialHCL) July 17, 2019 Vancouver was the third NHL team Spooner played for last season. The 27-year-old forward signed a two-year, $8 million contract with the Rangers last offseason, but…

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First Look: Michael Ferland Deal Helps Canucks, But Causes Cap Crunch

The Canucks made a significant addition to their middle-six on Wednesday morning, inking winger Micheal Ferland to a 4-year deal at $3.5 million AAV. CanucksArmy and the analytics community at large have taken their fare share of criticism in this market for being too negative, but ultimately, we just work with what the Canucks give…

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First Look: Canucks Overpay Tyler Myers

It’s no secret that the Canucks’ defense has been in dire need of a shakeup over the past few years. They’ve been in the bottom-half of the league in goals allowed per game for the past three seasons (including back-to-back years in the bottom six in 2016-17 and 2017-18), and have been one of the…

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JetsNation discusses Tyler Myers

With speculation swirling around the Canucks being interested in unrestricted free agent defenceman Tyler Myers, we looked to our friends at JetsNation to let us know about the season that the big, 29-year-old had in 2018-19. Here’s what they had to say:

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Report: Canucks discussed deal with Blackhawks for third overall pick

The Canucks reportedly discussed a deal with the Chicago Blackhawks at the 2019 NHL Draft that would see them move up to the third overall selection and be able to take top offensive blueliner Bowen Byram of the Vancouver Giants. The Blackhawks would get Vancouver’s 10th overall pick in return. The deal reportedly fell through…

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Why Brock Boeser Should Be Captain Of The Vancouver Canucks

There’s yet to be any official announcement, but every indication is that the Vancouver Canucks will be naming the 12th captain in team history—or 14th if you count Dan Quinn and Doug Lidster as “tri-captains” with Trevor Linden in 1990/91—sometime before the start of the 2019/20 season. But who will it be? In this series,…