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Vancouver Courier Sep 5, 2019
Sven Baertschi could be the Canucks’ biggest wild card this season

Sven Baertschi could be the Canucks’ biggest wild card this season

The Canucks have made a concerted effort to add top-six forwards heading into next season. Along with Tanner Pearson at last season’s trade deadline, Jim Benning acquired J.T. Miller in a trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning, and Micheal Ferland in free agency. Along with those three wingers, the Canucks will be adding another top-six forward to the lineup: Sven Baertschi.
Vancouver Courier Aug 22, 2019
NHL writers project 77 points for Elias Pettersson, 45 for Quinn Hughes

NHL writers project 77 points for Elias Pettersson, 45 for Quinn Hughes

The Canucks’ off-season moves have made their intent clear for the upcoming season. The trade for J.T. Miller and free agent signings of Tyler Myers, Jordie Benn, and Micheal Ferland are all indicators that the Canucks see themselves heading back to the playoffs for the first time since 2015. As much as the addition of those four veterans will help, however, the truth is that the Canucks will only go as far as their young core can take them, namely Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat, and Quinn Hughes.
Vancouver Courier Aug 20, 2019
Canucks hope to have Brock Boeser and Nikolay Goldobin signed before training camp

Canucks hope to have Brock Boeser and Nikolay Goldobin signed before training camp

There’s one re-signing eagerly awaited by Canucks fans and, no offence to Jim Benning, it wasn’t for the general manager. What Canucks fans really want to hear is that Brock Boeser, the golden-haired sniper, has a new contract. Unsurprisingly, talk quickly turned to Boeser during the media scrum after Benning’s contract extension. While Benning has made plenty of moves this off-season, supplementing their forwards and defence with veterans J.T. Miller, Micheal Ferland, Tyler Myers, and Jordie Benn, he hasn’t gotten one of the Canucks’ key players to sign a new deal.
The Canuck Way Aug 15, 2019

Vancouver Canucks: 3 forwards that could be traded before the season

The Vancouver Canucks need to move out at least one more forward in order to clear cap space and roster room. Here are three potential trade candidates. Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning had one busy offseason, acquiring a pair of capable top-six forwards in J.T. Miller and Micheal Ferland while giving his blue line a […] Vancouver Canucks: 3 forwards that could be traded before the season - The Canuck Way - The Canuck Way - A Vancouver Canucks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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