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Canucks sign Luke Schenn, Brady Keeper, and Justin Bailey

The Vancouver Canucks have made three more signings on this busy free agent frenzy day. According to Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff, the club has reunited with Luke Schenn — who holds the franchise record for most hits in a game with 12 — in the form of a two-year deal with an AAV of…

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Canucks sign Tucker Poolman to four-year deal

The Vancouver Canucks have signed defenceman Tucker Poolman to a four-year deal, according to a report from Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli. Hearing #Canucks are closing in on defenseman Tucker Poolman. He’s expected to get a big raise on a four-year, $10 million deal ($2.5m AAV) whenever pen is put to [email protected] @Sportsnet — Frank Seravalli…

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Grading all 17 of the Canucks’ signings from day one of free agency

It was a busy day for Jim Benning. Not only did the Vancouver Canucks need to fill important positions in their bottom-six, defence core, and find a backup goalie, but they also needed to get some depth bodies who will serve as the engine of their AHL team. From Travis Hamonic to Phillip Di Giuseppe,…

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Vancouver Canucks sign Danny Klimovich to entry-level contract

The first signed player from the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is no other than Canucks second-round pick, Danila Klimovich. CanucksArmy spoke with Klimovich’s agent this morning and learned that he will be at Canucks training camp in the fall and isn’t just coming so that the coaches can meet him. He wants to stay and…

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WDYTT: Your review of the Canucks’ offseason so far

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet with a full no-movement clause, unless you count occasionally getting bumped to Wednesdays. It’s been quite a week since we last met. Last Wednesday, the Seattle Kraken emerged from the depths and took 30 players overboard, including Kole Lind. Then on Friday, the NHL…

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WDYTT: What do you think of the newly-selected Seattle Kraken?

Welcome back to WDYTT, the only hockey column on the internet not faking an injury to avoid the Expansion Draft. Speaking of which, it’s finally happened. By the time you read these words, the 2021 Expansion Draft will be complete, the first edition of the Seattle Kraken will have been selected, and the Vancouver Canucks…

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How the NHL can incorporate more Canadian team matchups into next season’s schedule

To quote Bono, “the world needs more Canadas.” This unprecedented season has brought many new things into the NHL. Helmet ads, a new deal with ESPN and new divisions, to name a few. That North Division though… How we feeling #Canucks fans? 🇨🇦👀 pic.twitter.com/Oj2dC7gdzw — Vancouver #Canucks (@Canucks) December 20, 2020 Recently, NHL commissioner Gary…

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The Canucks’ past record against the Leafs suggests it’s going to be a tough season series

Vancity meets The Six. The Toronto Maple Leafs — who the Vancouver Canucks will face off against nine times this season — have the top spot in the North Division all but officially clinched. Here's @Sportsnet's Canadian division winner predictions: https://t.co/fEZRHlSt5w pic.twitter.com/Q0Wp132lB0 — luke fox (@lukefoxjukebox) January 12, 2021 After three consecutive first-round exits, the…

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Vancouver Canucks mid round draft target: Defenceman Ian Moore

Aside from Quinn Hughes and Tyler Myers, the construction of the Vancouver Canucks’ future blue line has few certainties. The need for an army of NHL quality defencemen is apparent in Vancouver and one way that the Canucks can fill some holes is through the draft. Leading up to the 2020 NHL draft on October…

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Vancouver Canucks mid round draft target: Defenceman Eamon Powell

Aside from Quinn Hughes and Tyler Myers, the construction of the Vancouver Canucks’ future blue line has few certainties. The need for an army of NHL quality defencemen is apparent in Vancouver and one way that the Canucks can fill some holes is through the draft. Leading up to the 2020 NHL draft on October…