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This contract prediction model projects a 7-year, $7.4 million contract for Brock Boeser Looking at the Canucks' roster, it's clear that Jim Benning and his management team have some big decisions ahead of them. Benning has talked about finding top-six help for his young core at forward, as well as upgrading their defence, neither of which will be an easy task in free agency.

Canucks defenceman Troy Stecher on emulating a Bruins player, Vancouver fans "I'm sure Jim Benning loves, because he was in Boston with him," Stecher speculates. The Mark's campaign is a cross-country effort that highlights "passionate Canadians dedicated to their work, family and community." The jacket is slated for several different stops across the country, as each wearer customizes it with their own custom patch.

Patrick Johnston: Along with draft decisions, Canucks need to size up 5 roster players Five Canucks could be wearing different sweaters next fall if the NHL team wants to make moves or upgrades or the playoffs.

2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs - Quarter Finals Open Thread April 19/19 Canada’s Stanley Cup hopes are in action tonight as the Leafs are in Boston and Calgary tries to stay alive at home against Colorado.

Injury-free, Brock Boeser hopes to use long offseason to take "huge step" Brock Boeser had a strong finish to the 2018-19 season in more ways than one. He led the Canucks in scoring in the back half of the season, including 13 points in his final 16 games. He was regularly playing 20+ minutes per game. Most importantly, he was healthy.

Who's the best 10th overall pick ever by the Vancouver Canucks? Instead, the Canucks, who entered the lottery with the best odds of getting the ninth overall pick, actually moved down a spot to 10th. To make matters worse, Vancouver had to watch as the Chicago Blackhawks, originally slotted in 12th, jumped all the way to third.

Vancouver Canucks: History is repeating itself two decades later The 2018 Canucks have only two of their top ten scorers over the age of 30, and their top ten scorer\u2019s average age is 25; this is largely due to the fact that our franchise players have already arrived, and as we know, the Henrik and Daniel Sedin had yet to arrive in 1999.

Vancouver Canucks: 3 realistic trade ideas for Loui Eriksson The Vancouver Canucks should look to move out the final three years of Loui Eriksson's contract. Here are three possible trade scenarios.

Vancouver Canucks season takeaways: Bo Horvat aces captaincy test Vancouver Canucks forward Bo Horvat passed his captaincy test in 2018-19 and leaves the front office and coaches with an easy choice for next season.

Q & A with Canucks scouting director Judd Brackett A look at how the Canucks’ scouting staff prepares for the draft, two months out, plus updates on a handful of prospects.

Canucks News & Rumors: Defense, Kadri, Goalies & President Eval; On April 9, Bob McKenzie talked about the Canucks bringing in a President of Hockey Operations. McKenzie admits he views the President job as one created to soothe angry fans: bring in a former player, put him in charge of hockey operations, make a big deal about it, and let him make the fans happy.

The Roundup - Playoff Edition - Apr 19/19 Time to put the hammer down!", or would the Hurricanes, boyed by a fan base that has been energized by the Storm Surge and having an owner that actually gives a crap, help them send the series back to Washington all tied up? It didn't take us long to find out:.

A Vancouver Canucks fan guide to the World Hockey Championship That\u2019s all you need to know about the upcoming World Hockey Championship! You can read a full list of tournament rules here. Let me know in the comments section below which game you are most looking forward to! The top-four ranked teams of each group advance to the quarter-finals that will be played cross-over.

Elias Pettersson and Loui Eriksson join Jacob Markstrom on Sweden at 2019 World Hockey Championship It's that time of year again: time for Canucks fans to care about the World Hockey Championships. Two more Canucks have announced they'll be playing for their respective countries at the 2019 World Championships in Slovakia after three announced their intention to play at the end of the Canucks season.

What Should the Canucks Do With Marek Mazanec? One of the more frustrating storylines of the 2018-19 campaign for the Canucks and their fans was the lack of goalies in the system, resulting in disaster between the pipes. Michael Dipietro, a highly touted prospect, was forced into one game and allowed seven goals in the process.

2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs - Quarter Finals Open Thread April 18/19 The Hurricanes look to tie it up, Winnipeg returns home after 2 big wins on the road, and Vegas looks to add the Sharks to the Endangered Species list…

Silky N’ Filthy podcast: The Bullsh t Episode, Part 1 During a week where the playoffs roll on while the Vancouver Canucks are off golfing somewhere, the Silky N' Filthy podcast takes a dive into the bullsh*t realm. While we'll be sure to jump into more Canucks talk, Comets talk, playoff talk and puck talk in the coming weeks, we veer off into the deep end this week.

Vancouver Canucks: Thoughts on new and other rumoured jerseys The Vancouver Canucks have been quite known for their jerseys. They have went from the stick in the rink to the "flying V" to the flying skate to the orca. With the franchise's 50th anniversary season coming up, it has been confirmed the Canucks will play with four jerseys.

Vancouver Canucks: The Case against selecting Victor Söderström The Vancouver Canucks are selecting 10th overall this June. Is Victor Söderström really the best choice? Why he would not be a fit for the Canucks' rebuild.

New York Rangers: The Vancouver rumors and the mystery box If either the Rangers or the New Jersey Devils were to take a bounty of assets from the Canucks for the first or second overall pick, it'd be the equivalent of taking the mystery box instead of the boat. Both New York and New Jersey are starved of high-end talent and in dire need of impact, players to compliment their respective talent.

Vancouver Canucks 2018-19 season grades: Alexander Edler Well, we don't know yet if Edler will be with the Canucks. Obviously, the team will want to be cautious in extending a 33-year-old who hasn't played 82 games since the 2011-12 season. But as of now, it's hard to envision the Canucks letting Edler leave - so let's just assume he signs a new deal and stays with the only NHL team he's played for.

The Roundup - Playoff Edition - Apr 18/19 Meanwhile, Dallas chased Pekka Rinne from the crease with a huge first period, and the Flames coughed up a 2-0 lead in the 3rd to lose in OT and are now facing an elimination game Friday night at home. Let's get to the highlights!

Two Vancouver Canucks announce they're joining Team Sweden Vancouver Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom and forward Loui Eriksson have announced that they're joining Team Sweden for…

Who will be joining the Comets next season? Yesterday, I wrote about all the players that are waiver exempt in the organization and how long they will be exempt. There wasn't really any shocking revelations about what may happen next season but it does make us look at the group that the Canucks hope will provide their NHL depth and how to balance that between the NHL and AHL.

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