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Erik Karlsson Scores in OT for 4-3 Final vs. Vancouver Canucks 2/27/2024

The Penguins won their third game straight when they played against the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, February 27th at the Rogers Arena. Rickard Rakell scored twice and Sidney Crosby recorded two assists in the 4-3 overtime victory. Crosby recorded his 1,000th even-strength point, becoming the ninth player in NHL history with this amount of even-strength […]

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Nils Hoglander skating for the Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver Canucks Sign Young Forward

Earlier today, Vancouver Canucks General Manager Patrik Allvin announced he signed Canucks forward Nils Hoglander to a two-year contract with an AAV of $1.1m. Nils Hoglander Stats Hoglander has played 141 games with the Canucks and totaled 54 points with a -14 rating. At age 22, he has a lot of room for growth and […]

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Vancouver Canucks Announce Qualifying Offers

Vancouver Canucks GM Patrik Allvin has annouced that the team has extended qualifying offers to the following players: Forwards Defenseman They also announced that the Canucks didn’t issue Qualifying Offers to Ethan Bear, Travis Dermott, Carson Focht. *Qualifiying Offers as per CapFriendly

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Who Says No: Vancouver Canucks 

We’re at my favorite time of the year. One week from the draft and the crazy what-if scenarios, so welcome to “Who Says No?” where I go through the pile of your trade proposals at and explain why I like or dislike them. And ultimately, who would say no?  As a die-hard Canucks fan, I figured […]

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Vancouver Canuck Prospects that Might Make the 2023-24 Roster

The Vancouver Canucks have a promising future with a strong prospect pool, even though it is not one of the strongest in the NHL. They have produced some elite prospects recently, like Quinn Hughes, Vasili Podkolzin, and Nils Hoglander, who are all 23 years or under. The Canucks have several prospects in their system that […]

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Winnipeg Jets Should Make Luke Schenn a Priority Trade Target

When a team has no glaring weaknesses and sits in second place in the Central Division past the mid-way point of the NHL regular season, finding trade targets who will fit in and not ruin team chemistry sometimes isn’t as simple as one may think. With a 31-16-1 record through 48 games, the Winnipeg Jets […]

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