The Seattle Kraken select forward Kole Lind from the Vancouver Canucks at the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. #Canucks will lose forward prospect Kole Lind in the Expansion Draft to #SeaKraken. @DFOHockey After acquiring center Jason Dickinson in a trade with the Dallas Stars on Saturday, the Canucks had no more protection slots leaving Kole Lind
Once the Stanley Cup Final concluded, the flurry of rumours, stories and possibilities started flying left, right and center. While some of these may come to fruition, many of them will fall by the wayside. It’s easy to get lost in the excitement of the NHL free agency period, with myself included. Whether it’s free-agent
On Sunday, NHL teams released their protected list with the 2021 Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft slated for July 21. With notable names such as Carey Price and Vladimir Tarasenko, the Vancouver Canucks were lucky enough to be able to protect all their top players. The club chose to protect seven forwards, three defencemen and one
The Vancouver Canucks lost four straight games last week after winning three of their first four games since returning from a three-week hiatus due to a COVID-19 outbreak. The Canucks took on the Ottawa Senators twice before finishing the week off against the Toronto Maple Leafs. On Monday, the Canucks lost 2-1 against the Senators.
This week, Jim Benning celebrated his sixth anniversary as the Vancouver Canucks general manager. In NHL terms, that’s longevity. It makes him the 11th-most senior general manager in the NHL. His record since he took over the team is a middling 211-213-54, and the Canucks have only made the playoffs one time. However, things are