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Sportsnet.ca Jun 10, 2019
Unresolved contracts for Edler, Boeser complicate Canucks’ offseason plan

Unresolved contracts for Edler, Boeser complicate Canucks’ offseason plan

Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning is staring down a busy offseason, with their needs to eventually bolster their blue line complicated by the unresolved situations of Alex Edler, Brock Boeser and Loui Eriksson. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Last Word on Hockey Jun 10, 2019
NHL Rumours: Vancouver Canucks, N.Y. Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes

NHL Rumours: Vancouver Canucks, N.Y. Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes

It’s time for another edition of our NHL rumours. We look at some of the possible moves coming this off-season. We’ve got one NHL game left in the 2018-19 season and general managers are making moves in preparation for 2019-20. Today we talk about NHL rumours surrounding the Vancouver Canucks, New York Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jackets.  All rumours are taken from the original source and subject to change.  NHL Rumours Vancouver Canucks  Brock Boeser Rumour: General manager Jim Benning told Sportsnet 650 in Vancouver that contract talks between the team and...
Sportsnet.ca Jun 6, 2019
Brian Burke on Offer Sheets, Trade Rumours, and this year’s off-season

Brian Burke on Offer Sheets, Trade Rumours, and this year’s off-season

NHL analyst and former GM Brian Burke joined Perry and James to talk about the Stanley Cup Final and it’s schedule. They also talk about whether it would be plausible to trade Brock Boeser. Additionally, they talk about how there maybe more offer sheets than normal this off-season. Also, they talk about what Nikita Zaitsev could bring to the Canucks if they were to make a move. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier Jun 5, 2019
Canucks reportedly interested in Jason Zucker, but at what cost?

Canucks reportedly interested in Jason Zucker, but at what cost?

When it comes to their wings, the Canucks aren’t quite flight ready. The Canucks have two very good top-six centres in Elias Pettersson and Bo Horvat, but they lack wingers to play with them. Aside from Brock Boeser, there are more questions than answers on the wings. Can Sven Baertschi stay healthy? Was Tanner Pearson’s late season run with the Canucks a mirage or a sign of things to come? Can Jake Virtanen or Josh Leivo take a big step forward? Will things click into place for Nikolay Goldobin? With that much uncertainty and little help expected from their prospect pool next season,...
Vancouver Courier Jun 5, 2019
Acquiring Nikita Zaitsev isn’t what anyone meant by weaponizing cap space

Acquiring Nikita Zaitsev isn’t what anyone meant by weaponizing cap space

The Vancouver Canucks have plenty of salary cap space. Oodles of it. Even with the Canucks needing to re-sign significant restricted free agents like Brock Boeser and Ben Hutton, and wanting to re-sign unrestricted free agent Alex Edler, they’ll still have room under the cap to add a new contract or two, whether in free agency or by trade. The Toronto Maple Leafs, on the other hand, are sitting a little less pretty.
Sportsnet.ca Jun 5, 2019
Jim Benning on Canucks’ roster needs, Edler & Boeser talks

Jim Benning on Canucks’ roster needs, Edler & Boeser talks

The Canucks GM discusses the preparation his front office has done for the NHL Draft, the possibility of his draft order changing between now & June 21, negotiating with Alexander Edler & Brock Boeser, Loui Eriksson & Luke Schenn’s respective futures with the club, if he’ll investigate using offer sheets, the possibility of Nikita Tryamkin joining Vancouver, the physicality of the Stanley Cup Final, and Olli Juolevi’s health status. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Canuck Way May 31, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: A bridge deal for Brock Boeser is the best scenario

Contract talks aren’t going well between Brock Boeser and the Vancouver Canucks, so a bridge deal is probably the best answer for both parties. The Vancouver Canucks have a busy offseason ahead of them, but the biggest task right now is for general manager Jim Benning to sign RFA forward Brock Boeser to a new […] Vancouver Canucks: A bridge deal for Brock Boeser is the best scenario - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca May 30, 2019
Canucks, RFA Brock Boeser ‘not close at all’ in contract talks

Canucks, RFA Brock Boeser ‘not close at all’ in contract talks

Vancouver Canucks winger Brock Boeser is among the more accomplished players in the NHL’s stacked 2019 restricted free agent class. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Vancouver Courier May 28, 2019
Should the Canucks draft Cole Caufield at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft?

Should the Canucks draft Cole Caufield at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft?

The Canucks need goals. Elias Pettersson burst out of the gate in his rookie season with 10 goals in 10 games, showing the potential to be an elite goalscorer. Brock Boeser, if he can stay healthy for a full season, should be a perennial 30-40 goal threat. Bo Horvat has stepped up his game and could potentially score 30 in the future. Unfortunately, after those three, the Canucks don’t have much. Clearly, the Canucks need some more scoring punch in their pool and might be able to find it with their first-round pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Who better to take 10th-overall then arguably...
The Canuck Way May 26, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser is the most likeable Canuck

The Vancouver Canucks have a lot of fan favourites on their roster right now, but Brock Boeser should be one of your favourites and if he isn’t, take a look into the life and hockey career to date of the Flow. From the time he donned a Vancouver Canucks sweater, Brock Boeser was a symbol […] Vancouver Canucks: Brock Boeser is the most likeable Canuck - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Winging It In Motown May 20, 2019
Quick Hits: The Disappointing Draft Edition

Quick Hits: The Disappointing Draft Edition

In Red Wings Land Detroit Red Wings have a question mark, many misses from 2015 NHL draft | Freep First-round review: Forward Brock Boeser was available when the Wings picked, and Vancouver snapped him up at 23rd overall. Boeser was a finalist for the Calder trophy (rookie of the year) in 2018 after producing 29 goals among 55 points 62 games for the Canucks, and follow up with 26 goals among 56 points in 2018-19. Forward Travis Konecny (24th, Philadelphia) has put together back-to-back 24-goal seasons for the Flyers. The Wings could also have had forward Colin White (21st, Ottawa) who...

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