6:43 AM EDT, Wed October 23, 2019
Vancouver Courier 11 hours ago
Why would the Canucks consider trading Troy Stecher?

Why would the Canucks consider trading Troy Stecher?

The word of the day is “rumblings.” On an appearance on the Halford and Brough show on TSN 1040, Bob McKenzie confirmed that he too has heard “rumblings” that the Canucks were exploring a Troy Stecher trade in the offseason. “We’ve heard rumblings that Stecher’s not all that happy, we’ve heard rumblings that Stecher was a name that was in trade rumours this off season,” said Jason Brough.”Have you heard his name at all in trade rumours?” “The same low rumble that you’ve heard,” replied McKenzie.
Last Word on Hockey Oct 18, 2019
NHL Rumours: Vancouver Canucks, Montreal Canadiens, and Buffalo Sabres

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Welcome back to NHL Rumours, where we take a look at what is going on around the league each day. As the season gets underway, teams figure out where they are headed. Because of this, they look to add or subtract players as the season gets going. Today, we look at NHL Rumours from the Vancouver Canucks, Montreal Canadiens, and Buffalo Sabres. NHL Rumours Vancouver Canucks Rumour: Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman commented in 31 Thoughts that there were rumblings the Canucks may look to move defenceman Troy Stecher to help their cap issue. However, he also said Vancouver has denied this. 31...
Vancouver Courier Oct 16, 2019
IWTG: J.T. Miller scores twice as power play lifts Canucks over the Red Wings

IWTG: J.T. Miller scores twice as power play lifts Canucks over the Red Wings

The Canucks wrapped up their first homestand of the season by getting a little testy, pesty, and zesty. I’m not sure exactly when the Detroit Red Wings became the type of team to provoke a rivalry by testing the boundaries of dirtiness, but I’m guessing it was around the time they became bad at hockey. Much like Catherine Banning’s investigation into Thomas Crown, it was a surprisingly physical affair, with both sides getting their licks in. Just how surprisingly physical was it? Two of the primary combatants on the Canucks’ side of things were Elias Pettersson and Troy Stecher.
Vancouver Courier Oct 10, 2019
Canucks defenceman Troy Stecher is starting from the bottom once again

Canucks defenceman Troy Stecher is starting from the bottom once again

Every single season, it seems Troy Stecher needs to prove himself again as an NHL defenceman. It started in his rookie season, when he was a standout in the 2016 preseason, clearly demonstrating that he belonged in the NHL, but still got cut and sent to the Utica Comets in the AHL. He didn’t stay long: Stecher played just four games with the Comets before a Chris Tanev injury necessitated a call-up. Once back in the Canucks’ lineup, Stecher quickly proved that he belonged there.

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