It's officially been two days into the NHL Free Agency period. It's a time of the year where teams try to turn themselves from pretenders to contenders. All 30 teams have spent a combined 500 million over the past 48 hours. The Canucks have spent about 14 million of that 500 million on 5 different players.
Their biggest move came Tuesday, July 1st, the first day of free agency. The Canucks made their big Canada Day splash by signing UFA goalie Ryan Miller to a three year 18
On June,30th, the day of the 51st annual NHL entry draft Mike Gillis did the unthinkable by trading away goalie Cory Schneider to the New Jersey Devils for the 9th overall pick. The Canucks who went on to draft forward Bo Hovart from the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. Many thought the extending goalie saga in Vancouver was finally done. But now with Roberto Luongo not speaking out to the media since this deal there is some potential that Luongo could not report for the 2013-2014