The Vancouver Canucks have plenty of cap space and can take on some bad contracts. As such, they should try to become involved in a possible three-team tra...
by: Richard Morin, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 16h
The Coyotes have made several significant changes to their group of forwards in advance of next season.
by: Scott Rosenhek — Fansided: The Canuck Way 14 Jul
Troy Stecher has an arbitration hearing date scheduled, but a deal could be struck before then. Finding a fair value for him isn't easy, but I will do my b...
by: Daniel Wagner — Pass it to Bulis 14 Jul
The 2016-17 Canucks season was an ugly one, with few sources of positivity. One of those sources, however, was Troy Stecher. The young defenceman’s rookie season showed that he was ready to take on top-four minutes and potentially step into a major power.
by: Iain MacIntyre — Sportsnet 12 Jul
No one has decided yet the right place for Quinn Hughes to play next season. The good thing for the defenceman and the Vancouver Canucks is there are no bad choices.
by: Daniel Wagner — Pass it to Bulis 12 Jul
Even after signing three veteran forwards in free agency, the Canucks still have plenty of cap space. While they still have two restricted free agents to re-sign in Troy Stecher and Jake Virtanen, the Canucks should still have over $10 million in cap...
by: Richard Morin, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 12 Jul
The Coyotes acquired forwards Marian Hossa, Vinnie Hinostroza and defenseman Jordan Oesterle from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for forwards Mackenzie Entwhistle, Marcus Kruger, Jordan Maletta, defenseman Andrew Campbell and a 2019 third-round pick,.
by: Cory Wilkins — The Score 12 Jul
Restricted free agents eligible for arbitration will make their case beginning July 20.Leading off the offseason proceedings includes Montreal Canadiens center Phillip Danault, San Jose Sharks forward Chris Tierney, Dallas Stars winger Devin Shore, and...
by: Ryan Biech — The Nation Network: Canucks Army 12 Jul
Vancouver Canucks defender Troy Stecher has his arbitration hearing date: Scheduled for July 29th, the Canucks and Stecher’s representation will meet in front of a third party arbitrator to w…
by: Mike Johnston — Sportsnet 11 Jul
Vancouver Canucks star Brock Boeser had a whirlwind 2017-18 campaign that was cut short due to a significant back injury suffered in early March.
HockeyBuzz.com - Carol Schram - Boeser named a captain at Da Beauty League plus Hughes, Hutton & Stecher
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 11 Jul
Last summer, I think I had the "Da Beauty League" beat pretty much to myself around these parts. Now he has been named captain of Team Bic, one of Da Beauty League's six teams.
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