A one year deal and a chance to prove himself.
Top prospects like Vasili Podkolzin and Danila Klimovich are in the midst of their offseason prep.
Only so much money to spend
It’s been a fairly eventful couple of weeks, time for us to spout off about it, I guess...
Limited budget, and his friend Pettersson, may force his hand
This week was chaos, and we’re here to give you some links about it.
That’s 13 signings by Jim Benning so far today.
The Abbotsford Canucks’ defence is starting to take shape
He will join the Canucks at training camp.
The deal is worth $3 million per season.
The 36-year-old will join his sixth NHL team.
The 32-year-old will return to Vancouver for a seventh season.
The Canucks clear another $5.95 million in cap space ahead of free agency.
The contract carries an average annual value of $4.95 million.
Also, Marc-Andre Fleury was just traded for less than a bag of pucks.
With their final pick of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, the Canucks head back to Sweden (shocking as that may seem) for a speedy winger.
Another Swedish defenceman! Just kidding, he’s a winger from the OHL. Is this an actual late round steal?
Another Swedish D-man? Oh, Jim!
Jimbo loves him some Swedish defenders.
With their 2nd pick today, the Canucks turn to Finland and a goaltender. Someone told Jim the Canucks need defencemen, right?
With a few intriguing choices available, the Canucks go a little rogue with a kid from Belarus.
Trader Jim and Todd Harvey are going to try and restock the cupboards today.
Things are ok.
The Canucks lose three of their biggest cap liabilities, along with three draft picks.