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Team W-L-OTL Pts
50-23-9 109
49-27-6 104
44-27-11 99
45-29-8 98
38-39-5 81
34-35-13 81
27-50-5 59
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  • Canucks' Arturs Silovs: Secures two-year contract

    Silovs signed a two-year, $1.7 million contract with Vancouver on Tuesday.

    Silovs posted a 3-0-1 record with a 2.47 GAA and an .881 save percentage in four regular-season appearances with the Canucks in 2023-24. He also went 5-5 in the playoffs with a 2.91 GAA and an .898 save percentage in 10 outings. Silovs will likely begin the 2024-25 campaign as Thatcher Demko's (knee) backup.

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  • Canucks' Brock Boeser: Ready for traning camp

    Boeser (illness) has resumed training and will be available for the start of training camp, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports Monday.

    Boeser missed Game 7 against the Oilers on May 20 due to a blood clotting issue but appears to have fully recovered. During the regular season, the 27-year-old saw action in 81 games in which he set new career highs in goals (40), points (73) and power-play points (25). Boeser should hold on to his first-line role ahead of the recently signed Jake DeBrusk -- though falling to the second line and playing with Elias Pettersson wouldn't exactly be a demotion.

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  • Canucks' Vincent Desharnais: Signs two-year contract

    Desharnais signed a two-year, $4 million contract with Vancouver on Monday.

    Desharnais compiled one goal, 10 assists, 41 shots on net, 122 blocked shots and 134 hits in 78 regular-season contests with Edmonton in 2023-24. He will serve as a depth defender for the Canucks.

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  • Canucks' Nathan Smith: Agrees to one-year deal

    Smith penned a one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Monday.

    Smith has just 14 games of NHL experience, all with the Coyotes, but has primarily served as a minor-league option. Selected by the Jets in the third round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, the 25-year-old center will be hard-pressed to make the Opening Night roster for Vancouver. Instead, expect Smith to spend the bulk of the 2024-25 season with AHL Abbotsford.

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  • Canucks' Jiri Patera: Signs two-year contract

    Patera agreed to terms on a two-year, two-way deal with Vancouver on Monday.

    Patera may get a look ahead of the 2024-25 campaign but would have to put together a fantastic training camp to unseat Arturs Silovs for the No. 2 job in Vancouver. Instead, Patera figures to continue developing in the minors with AHL Abbotsford.

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  • Canucks' Derek Forbort: Pens one-year deal

    Forbort inked a one-year, $1.5 million contract with Vancouver on Monday.

    Forbort played in just 35 regular-season games for the Bruins last season, registering zero goals, four assists and 22 shots on net. The blueliner was more productive in terms of defensive stats, putting up 65 blocked shots and 68 hits. Given his lack of offensive upside, Forbort likely won't be on the radar for most fantasy managers heading into the 2024-25 campaign.

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  • Canucks' Kiefer Sherwood: Heading north

    Sherwood signed a two-year, $3 million contract with the Canucks on Monday.

    Sherwood had 10 goals, 27 points, 41 PIM and 234 hits in 68 regular-season appearances with the Predators in 2023-24. He's slated to serve in a bottom-six role with Vancouver.

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  • Canucks' Danton Heinen: Inks two-year contract

    Heinen signed a two-year, $4.5 million contract with Vancouver on Monday.

    Heinen produced 17 goals, 36 points, 119 shots on net and 83 hits in 74 regular-season contests for Boston in 2023-24. The 28-year-old forward will likely occupy a bottom-six role with the Canucks in 2024-25.

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  • Canucks' Jake DeBrusk: Earns seven-year deal

    DeBrusk penned a seven-year, $38.5 million contract with Vancouver on Monday.

    DeBrusk appears to be the consolation prize for the Canucks after they missed out on Jake Guentzel, who the team was heavily linked to before he signed with Tampa Bay. The 27-year-old DeBrusk came just one goal shy of reaching the 20-goal threshold for the third straight season, posting 19 goals and 21 helpers over 80 regular-season games in 2023-24. DeBrusk should be in line for a top-six role that will see him playing with either Elias Pettersson or J.T. Miller, either of which should help bolster DeBrusk's offensive output.

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  • Canucks' Jett Woo: Signs one-year contract

    Woo signed a one-year, two-way contract with Vancouver on Sunday.

    Woo accumulated seven goals, 31 points and 93 PIM in 62 regular-season contests for AHL Abbotsford in 2023-24. The 23-year-old defender doesn't have any NHL experience yet. Woo will probably spend most, if not all, of the 2024-25 campaign in the minors.

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  • Canucks' Melvin Fernstrom: High-scoring winger joins Orcas

    Fernstrom was the 93rd overall pick by the Canucks in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    Fernstrom destroyed the Swedish U20 junior league this past season, posting 31 goals and 63 points in 45 games, good for third overall in league scoring. He also got into six scoreless contests with Orebro's SHL club. Fernstrom's greatest asset is his shot. He consistently beat goaltenders from distance, something that's rare among forwards at his age. The rest of Fernstrom's game is a work in progress, but the finishing ability is legitimate, and that makes the young Swede a quality long-term lottery ticket for Vancouver.

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  • Canucks' Tyler Myers: Signs three-year deal

    Myers inked a three-year, $9 million contract with the Canucks on Thursday.

    Myers had five goals, 29 points, 77 PIM, 110 hits and 136 blocks in 77 regular-season contests with Vancouver in 2023-24. He's taking a significant pay cut compared to his previous seven-year, $38.5 million contract, but that's appropriate given that he'll turn 38 before this deal expires. Myers is likely to start the 2024-25 campaign on the second or third pairing.

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  • Canucks' Dakota Joshua: Inks four-year deal

    Joshua agreed to terms on a four-year, $13 million contract with Vancouver on Thursday.

    Joshua is coming off a career year in which he set new personal bests in goals (18), assists (14) and shots (84) despite playing in just 63 regular-season games. If he can stay healthy in 2024-25, the 28-year-old winger should be capable of topping both the 20-goal and 40-point thresholds. Given his offensive upside, Joshua could be in the mix for power-play minutes during the campaign, a role that would further bolster his fantasy value.

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  • Canucks' Teddy Blueger: Staying with Vancouver

    Blueger signed a two-year, $3.6 million contract with the Canucks on Wednesday.

    Blueger was set to be a free agent Monday, but instead he'll return to the Canucks on a new deal. The 29-year-old matched his career high with 28 points in 68 contests in 2023-24, playing primarily in a third-line role. Given Vancouver's ample center depth, that's likely where Blueger will slot for 2024-25, pending any other additions up front. He'll also feature prominently on the team's penalty kill.

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  • Canucks' Cole McWard: Signs one-year deal

    McWard inked a one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Thursday.

    McWard had the option to become a restricted free agent in July after completing his entry-level deal. The 23-year-old had four goals and 17 points in 57 regular-season games with AHL Abbotsford in 2023-24. McWard has also provided a goal across six career contests with Vancouver.

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  • Canucks' Linus Karlsson: Agrees to two-way deal

    Karlsson signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Thursday.

    Karlsson was set to become a restricted free agent in July after completing his two-year, entry-level contract. He participated in four regular-season contests with Vancouver in 2023-24, recording no points, four shots, three hits and two blocks over that stretch. Karlsson also had 23 goals and 60 points across 60 regular-season outings with AHL Abbotsford.

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  • Canucks' Mark Friedman: Signs one-year contract

    Friedman inked a one-year, $775,000 contract with the Canucks on Wednesday.

    Friedman was eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this summer after completing his two-year, $1.55 million deal. He had an assist, 21 PIM, 33 hits and 35 blocks in 23 regular-season games with Vancouver in 2023-24. The 28-year-old blueliner might start the 2024-25 campaign as the Canucks' seventh defenseman.

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  • Canucks' Filip Hronek: Lands eight-year, $58 million deal

    Hronek signed an eight-year, $58 million contract with Vancouver on Tuesday.

    Hronek registered five goals and a career-high 48 points in 81 regular-season contests with the Canucks in 2023-24. He also added 148 shots on net, 87 blocked shots and 104 hits. Hronek was a good fit alongside Quinn Hughes, which will likely be Vancouver's top pairing going into the 2024-25 campaign.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.37 2.67 22.7

Injuries

Player Injury
B. Boeser RW Brock Boeser RW Illness
T. Demko G Thatcher Demko G Knee
T. Poolman D Tucker Poolman D Head

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