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“Vancouver Canucks General Manager Patrik Allvin announced today that the club has agreed to terms with center J.T. Miller on a 7-year contract worth a total $56 million.”
Familiar with COVID-19's debilitating effects, Can

Familiar with COVID-19's debilitating effects, Canucks adopt a cautious approach

The Canucks may have been caught on the weekend in a COVID triangulation with the Flames and Hurricanes. Now, awaiting further test results, they won’t know until this evening whether Tuesday night’s game against the Blue Jackets will be played.
Next week’s expansion draft also brings a trade

Next week’s expansion draft also brings a trade deadline for the Canucks

The newest NHL franchise, the Seattle Kraken, is poised to be a key rival for the Vancouver Canucks for years to come. There’s just one problem right now: they don’t have any players.

That issue will be resolved next week in the expansion draft on July 21, where the Kraken will be able to select one player from every other NHL team — excluding the Vegas Golden Knights, who just joined the league four years ago. The Golden Knights also won’t be getting a slice of the Kraken’s $650 million expansion fee.

When it comes to the expansion draft itself, the Canucks have little to be worried about. One of the benefits of being a bad team that finished last in their division last season is that you…

Canucks' chaotic season ends with more questions t

It's a roll of the dice as far as what's going to happen in the Canucks' off-season

A trying season has finally come to an end for the Vancouver Canucks after a 6-2 loss to the Calgary Flames on Wednesday, but they face an uncertain off-season with so many questions left to answer.
Canucks' Demko calls on organization to bring back

A voice in the wilderness.

With Vancouver's season winding down, Thatcher Demko called on the Canucks to re-sign his goalie coach and mentor, Ian Clark, in about as bold a call for action by management from a 25-year-old player as you'll see in the NHL.
Canucks squander vintage Holtby start with lacklus

Canucks squander vintage Holtby start with lackluster performance

The Canucks lost vital ground in the NHL standings when they were beaten 2-1 Monday by the Senators. But Holtby, the veteran goalie who has emerged from the team’s COVID crisis in vintage form, was still Vancouver’s best player. And second place wasn’t close.