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How many trades have the Rutherford-Allvin era Canucks won?: Canucks Conversation

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Clarke Corsan
6 months ago
On yesterday’s episode of Canucks Conversation, David Quadrelli and Harman Dayal examined all the trades Canucks’ GM Patrik Allvin and President Jim Rutherford have made so far in their tenure with the team. Allvin was named GM on January 26, 2022, and immediately went to work with Rutheford, shaping the team to their liking.
After a brief preview of the Cancks’ matchup vs. Vegas, the guys are then joined by Abbotsford Canucks forward Aidan McDonough, who has 5 points through his first 11 AHL games.
Quads: “What has the adjustment been like to the everyday grind in professional hockey compared to your experience in the NCAA?”
“You have to prepare your body a lot better,” Aidan replied. “I’m new and improving myself every day; I can’t afford to have a day where I don’t have my foot on the gas pedal and go through the motions. It’s about being a pro every single day and making sure you take care of that time away from the rink.”
Harman: “Which of your teammates in Abbotsford are you most confident will develop into a successful NHLer?”
“That’s a tough question, there’s a lot of players,” Aidan answered. “Offensively, I’d have to go with Bainsy. He obviously came in as a skill player and he has that part of his game, but I think what’s really underrated is how hard he plays. He’s really good at a lot of little details… He could go up to Vancouver and play in any situation and do a sufficient job for sure.”
The guys wrapped up their time with Aidan and moved onto their trade rank segment, where they tried to determine this regime’s overall trading record (W-L-T)
Travis Hamonic for a 3rd round pick
W/L: W’s all around
Tyler Motte for a 4th round pick
W/L- Quads: W. Harm: Tossup.
3rd round pick for Travis Dermott
W/L: Tossup
Jason Dickinson + 2nd round pick for Riley Stillman
W/L: Quads: Tossup Harm: L
Michael DiPietro and Jonathan Myrenburg for Jack Studnicka
W/L: L’s all around
5th round pick for Ethan Bear and Lane Pederson
W/L: W’s all around
Bo Horvat for Aatu Raty Anthony Beauvillier + conditional 1st round pick
W/L: Quads: W Harm: W
William Lockwood + 7th round pick for Vitali Kravstov
W/L: Quads: W Harm: Tossup
Riley Stillman for Josh Bloom
W/L: W’s all around
Luke Schenn for a 3rd round pick
W/L: Quads: W Harm: Tossup
1st round pick + 2nd round pick for  Filip Hronek
W/L: Quads: W Harm: Trending toward W, time will tell
Curtis Lazar for a 4th round pick
W/L: W’s all around
Pearson + 3rd round pick for Casey DeSmith
W/L: W’s all around
5th round pick for Sam Lafferty
W/L: W’s all around
Jack Rathbone + Karel Plasek for Mark Friedman + Ty Glover
W/L: W’s all around
Anthony Beauvillier for a 5th round pick
W/L: W’s all around
Overall:
Quad’s record: 13-1-2
Harm’s record: 10-2-4 
Check out the full segment to hear the guy’s explanations in the video below:

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