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Vancouver Sun Jul 9, 2014
Spitballin' on RFA re-signings, Jacob Markstrom trade talk, and Doug Lidster's return to Vancouver

Spitballin' on RFA re-signings, Jacob Markstrom trade talk, and Doug Lidster's return to Vancouver

In focussing on the two biggest RFAs on the Canucks — Chris Tanev and Zack Kassian — we let a number of the smaller deals slip by. This shouldn't be surprising: there's only so much digital ink you can spill when it comes to depth players.
Rotoworld Jul 6, 2014

D Chris Tanev not feeling love from Canucks - Chris Tanev (D) Vancouver Canucks

Chris Tanev has accepted a one-year contract with the Canucks for $2 million but he still isn't feeling the love from the organization.
The Province Jul 5, 2014
Botchford: Tanev signs, but can’t cash in quite yet

Botchford: Tanev signs, but can’t cash in quite yet

Chris Tanev got his new contract but still isn’t feeling the love from the Vancouver Canucks. Vancouver signed Tanev, who established himself as a top-four defenceman last season averaging 20:44 in 64 games, to a bargain-basement $2-million, one-year deal.

Tanev latest Canuck to sign

Defenceman Chris Tanev became the latest Vancouver Canuck to sign a new contract when he agreed Saturday to a one-year deal for $2 million. Tanev, a restricted free agent with salary arbitration rights, opted to take the one-year pact from GM Jim Benning although he did admit he was initially seeking a longer term. He made $1.5 million last season. “I would have liked a longer term deal but, with a new GM this year ...
Vancouver Sun Jul 5, 2014
Defenceman Chris Tanev signs one-year deal with Canucks for $2 million

Defenceman Chris Tanev signs one-year deal with Canucks for $2 million

Defenceman Chris Tanev became the latest Vancouver Canuck to sign a new contract when he agreed Saturday to a one-year deal for $2 million. Tanev, a restricted free agent with salary arbitration rights, opted to take the one-year pact from GM Jim Benning although he did admit he was initially seeking a longer term. He made $1.5 million last season.
Nucks Misconduct Jul 4, 2014
Canucks Re-Sign Weber And Cannata

Canucks Re-Sign Weber And Cannata

The Canucks have re-signed right-handed defenceman Yannick Weber to a 1-year, $850,000 contract. That is a $200,000 raise from last season. The 25 year-old Swiss scored 6 goals and 10 points in 49 games with the Canucks last season after being acquired as a free agent on July 5, 2013. He was a -7. Weber spent a bit of time on the Canucks' 4th line because you know, it was that kind of season. Weber also represented Switzerland at the Olympics in Sochi. Now we await the fate of Chris Tanev. Does he go to arbitration? If the Canucks sign Tanev, that would make Weber the 7th defenceman...

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