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  1. Antoine Roussel | #21 | LW

    https://www.nhl.com/player/antoine-roussel-8474849
  2. Jussi Jokinen | #36 | LW/RW

    Jussi Jokinen | #36 | LW/RW 6' 0" | 191 lb | Vancouver Canucks Born: April 1, 1983 Birthplace: Kalajoki, FIN Shoots: Left Draft: 2001 DAL, 6th rd, 27th pk (192nd overall)
  3. Tyler Motte | #64 | C/W

    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=151824
  4. Brendan Leipsic | #9 | LW/C

    Brendan Leipsic Left Wing -- shoots L Born May 19 1994 -- Winnipeg, MAN [23 yrs. ago] Height 5.10 -- Weight 180 [178 cm/82 kg] Drafted by Nashville Predators - round 3 #89 overall 2012 NHL Entry Draft Regular Season Playoffs Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM NHL Totals 50 3 13 16 6 2010-11 Portland Winterhawks WHL 68 16 17 33 50 13 21 3 4 7 14 2011-12 Portland Winterhawks WHL 65 28 30 58 82 16 20 7 8 15 28 2012-13 Portland Winterhawks WHL 68 49 71 120 103 55 21 10 14 24 41 2013-14 Portland Winterhawks WHL 60 39 52 91 111 28 20 14 19 33 49 2014-15 Milwaukee Admirals AHL 47 7 28 35 16 2 -- -- -- -- -- 2014-15 Toronto Marlies AHL 27 7 12 19 6 3 5 1 2 3 14 2015-16 Toronto Marlies AHL 65 20 34 54 55 16 13 2 2 4 12 2015-16 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 6 1 2 3 2 -1 -- -- -- -- -- 2016-17 Toronto Marlies AHL 49 18 33 51 30 4 11 4 1 5 21 2017-18 Vegas Golden Knights NHL 44 2 11 13 4 -1 Embed Brendan Leipsic stats! | View as text Holm, whom the Canucks signed as an undrafted European free agent last off-season, was a pending restricted free agent. After a rough first training camp, which is to be expected from someone playing their first handful of games in North America, Holm went to the AHL’s Utica Comets where he’s excelled on their top pair and in every phase of special teams. In 42 games with the Comets, Holm had 29 points (11 goals and 18 assists) and looked the part of someone with NHL potential. That said, Holm is already 26-years-old, and as such we have to take his counting stats with something of a grain of salt. In the best-case scenario, I could see Holm developing into a third pair defender. This isn’t a huge loss. In Leipsic, the Canucks get a younger player (he’s only 23-years-old) whose been highly productive at the AHL level and has flashed middle-six upside in the NHL. In 50 career NHL games, Leipsic has 16 points (three goals and 13 assists), which prorated over a full 82-game season is about a 26 point pace. What’s especially encouraging are the circumstances in which Leipsic has produced those numbers. With Vegas, Leipsic was seemingly the only player to not be on the receiving end of more good bounces than bad. It took Leipsic until December 28th to notch his first goal of the season. When we use the Corsica.Hockey expected goals metric, Leipsic’s shot volume and quality should leave him with about three more goals at 5-on-5 alone. If there’s any team that can help Leipsic get going offensively, it’s probably the Canucks. Canucks head coach Travis Green knows Leipsic from their time together with the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks. Whether Leipsic pans out or not, it’s hard to not see this trade as anything short of a massive win for the Canucks. It’s about upside, and I think Leipsic offers a fair amount more than Holm.
  5. Petrus Palmu | RW/LW

    RW/LW | 5'7" | 179 lbs Shoots | Left Born | 1998-05-05 Draft | 2017 Round 6 #181 Overall by Vancouver Canucks Canucks 6th round draft pick, and possibly one of the smallest players we've ever drafted. Kid's 5'7", a winger, and weighs in at 179 pounds. A Fin who played in the OHL and put up stellar numbers. As of the 2017-2018 season, Petrus Palmu was chosen as the Liiga rookie of the year! Congrats to Palmers, I've heard he's Utica bound next season but no real source as of yet.
  6. LW | 6'2" | 201 lbs Shoots | Left Born | 1998-10-12 Birthplace | Whitby, ON, CAN Draft | 2017 Round 2 #55 Overall by Vancouver Canucks Strengths Excellent size and strength. Drives the net. Good shot. Reads plays well. Under Construction (Improvements to Make) Skating Consistency NHL Potential Gadjovich has the upside of a top-six power forward. He already has the frame and can only get stronger. I believe he is a little dependent on his linemates. He enjoyed a great deal of success playing on one of the OHL’s best lines with Nick Suzuki and Kevin Hancock. The situation Gadjovich lands in is worth watching. His floor is a bit lower as well given his hot and cold streaks. He has boom or bust potential. Risk-Reward Analysis Risk – 5/5, Reward – 4.5/5 Fantasy Hockey Potential Offence – 8/10, Defense – 7/10 Awards/Achievements Jonah Gadjovich won an OHL Gold Cup Championship in 2013-14. He also won an OMHA Gold Medal in the same season. He was originally drafted 39th overall in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection.
  7. Griffen Molino | C/LW

    The Canucks' signing from today, a 23 year old forward out of Western Michigan University who Benning bills as "a competitive two-way forward with good speed and defensive instincts on the penalty kill". No word yet on whether he'll join Utica for the balance of the season or not, or if his ELC starts this year or next year. Update: it appears his contract will start this season, and that he'll play some games with the Canucks to end the year (per Ryan Biech on twitter). Which is reasonable given that Utica has a collection of extra forwards that aren't playing already, and it also acts as a buffer to prevent using call-ups and hurting Utica's playoff chances. Griffen Molino Forward Born Jan 21 1994 -- Trenton, MI Height 5.11 -- Weight 171 -- Shoots L --- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ---- Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2012-13 Brockville Braves CCHL 61 14 20 34 38 2013-14 Sioux Falls Stampede USHL 59 8 31 39 31 2 0 0 0 2 2014-15 Muskegon Lumberjacks USHL 57 18 46 64 39 12 3 6 9 10 2015-16 Western Michigan Universi NCHC 36 11 14 25 12 2016-17 Western Michigan Universi NCHC 40 15 18 33 29 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  8. LW/RW | 6'0" | 185 lbs Shoots | Left Born | 1995-10-07 Birthplace | Moskva, RUS Draft | 2014 Round 1 #27 Overall by San Jose Sharks
  9. Jonathan Dahlén | C/LW

    C/LW | 5'11" | 176 lbs Shoots | Left Born | 1997-12-20 Birthplace | Östersund, SWE Draft | 2016 Round 2 #32 Overall by Ottawa Senators Jonathan Dahlen Center -- shoots L Born Dec 20 1997 [19 yrs. ago] Height 5.11 -- Weight 176[180 cm/80 kg] Drafted by Ottawa Senators - round 2 #42 overall 2016 NHL Entry Draft A playmaking center. My craving for one of these is now appeased. Props Jimbo!
  10. Reid Boucher | #24 | LW/RW

    Our first look at Boucher tonight in a Canucks uniform and so far I like his skating and compete level. He seems to be responsible defensively and to finish his checks. He has already shown me enough to supplant Brendan Gaunce in the fourth line lw spot.
  11. The Vancouver Canucks signed forward Michael Carcone to a three-year, entry-level contract on Friday.Carcone appeared in 66 games for the Drummondville Voltigeurs of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League in 2015-16, where he tied for the team lead in points (89) and finished first in goals (47) and second in assists (42).Carcone’s goal total tied him for second among all QMJHL skaters while his 16 power-play goals ranked third in the League.The 20-year-old forward has appeared in 116 regular-season games over two seasons for Drummondville, registering 130 points (59-71-130) and 112 penalty minutes. Michael Carcone Right Wing -- shoots L Born May 19 1996 -- Ajax, ONT [20 yrs. ago] Height 5.10 -- Weight 170 [178 cm/77 kg] --- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ---- Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2013-14 Stouffville Spirit OJHL 49 12 25 37 44 -- -- -- -- -- 2014-15 Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL 50 12 29 41 32 -- -- -- -- -- 2015-16 Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL 66 47 42 89 80 3 0 0 0 12 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  12. Loui Eriksson | #21 | LW/RW

    Regular Season: Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG OTG S S% FOW% Career - 725 212 292 504 59 146 54 121 9 16 31 9 1,528 13.9 34.4 2006-2007 DAL 59 6 13 19 -3 18 2 5 0 0 0 0 78 7.7 44.44 2007-2008 DAL 69 14 17 31 5 28 4 6 0 0 0 0 120 11.7 15.38 2008-2009 DAL 82 36 27 63 14 14 7 12 1 1 4 1 178 20.2 18.18 2009-2010 DAL 82 29 42 71 -4 26 6 12 2 3 4 0 214 13.6 36.36 2010-2011 DAL 79 27 46 73 10 8 10 25 1 3 6 2 179 15.1 25 2011-2012 DAL 82 26 45 71 18 12 5 12 2 3 3 2 187 13.9 43.75 2012-2013 DAL 48 12 17 29 -9 8 2 10 1 1 3 1 104 11.5 26.47 2013-2014 BOS 61 10 27 37 14 6 2 11 0 1 2 0 115 8.7 0 2014-2015 BOS 81 22 25 47 1 14 6 11 0 1 4 2 169 13 33.33 2015-2016 BOS 82 30 33 63 13 12 10 17 2 3 5 1 184 16.3 57.14 Playoffs. Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG OTG S S% FOW% Career - 34 6 8 14 2 12 2 3 0 0 0 0 62 9.7 60 2006-2007 DAL 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 2007-2008 DAL 18 4 4 8 1 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 31 12.9 50 2013-2014 BOS 12 2 3 5 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 24 8.3 66.67
  13. Jakob Stukel | LW

    JAKOB STUKEL views: 4150 BIRTHYEAR 1997-03-06 BIRTHPLACE Surrey, BC, CAN AGE 19 NATION Canada POSITION LW SHOOTS L HEIGHT 183 cm / 6'0" WEIGHT 84 kg / 185 lbs NHL DRAFT 2016 round 6 #154 overall by Vancouver Canucks RANKINGS Ranked #194 by ISS Hockey Ranked #149 by McKeen's Hockey Ranked #82 by NHL Central Scouting (NA Skaters) SPONSRAD Därför har blåbärens mörka färg så stor betydelse Coachens jättehyllning – jämför Matthews med tre storspelare SPONSRAD Överraska med en romantisk resa i sommar VIDEO: Nu blir bröderna Nylander rivaler – ”Kommer bli tuffa... © Photo: Doug Westcott CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/- POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 2012-13 Valley West Hawks BCMML 38 30 13 43 14 | Playoffs 3 4 0 4 0 Vancouver Giants WHL 6 2 2 4 2 -6 | 2014-15 Vancouver Giants WHL 49 5 11 16 10 -6 | 2015-16 Vancouver Giants WHL 12 2 2 4 4 -6 | Calgary Hitmen WHL 57 34 22 56 8 8 | Playoffs 5 2 1 3 0 0 - See more at: http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=197807#sthash.v7m4aimt.dpuf
  14. Markus Granlund | #60 | C/W

    MARKUS GRANLUND CENTRE - VAN VIDEO › NUMBER: 60 HEIGHT: 6' 0" WEIGHT: 178 SHOOTS: LEFT BORN: 16 APR 1993 (AGE 23) BIRTHPLACE: OULU, FINLAND DRAFTED: CGY / 2011 NHL ENTRY DRAFT ROUND: 2ND (45TH OVERALL) PROSPECT BIO
  15. Brendan Gaunce | #50 | C/LW

    BRENDAN GAUNCE CENTRE - VAN VIDEO › NUMBER: 50 HEIGHT: 6' 2" WEIGHT: 207 SHOOTS: LEFT BORN: 25 MAR 1994 (AGE 22) BIRTHPLACE: SUDBURY, ON, CANADA DRAFTED: VAN / 2012 NHL ENTRY DRAFT ROUND: 1ST (26TH OVERALL) PROSPECT BIO
  16. Sven Baertschi | #47 | LW

    SVEN BAERTSCHI LEFT WING - VAN VIDEO › NUMBER: 47 HEIGHT: 5' 11" WEIGHT: 190 SHOOTS: LEFT BORN: 5 OCT 1992 (AGE 23) BIRTHPLACE: BERN, SWITZERLAND DRAFTED: CGY / 2011 NHL ENTRY DRAFT ROUND: 1ST (13TH OVERALL) PROSPECT BIO
  17. Yan-Pavel Laplante | LW/C

    Figured this should probably be started. 21 year old LW, 6'0, 183 lbs; a former Coyotes draft pick who wasn't signed or re-drafted. Hopefully he'll get a fair shot in Utica next season, we don't have a lot in the way of forward prospects ready to join the AHL so the door is open for him to work his way into the lineup there. Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM 2011-12 Prince Edward Island Rocket QMJHL 57 6 15 21 33 -33 -- -- -- -- -- 2012-13 Prince Edward Island Rocket QMJHL 18 5 8 13 12 11 6 3 2 5 4 2013-14 Charlottetown Islanders QMJHL 32 10 8 18 32 -8 -- -- -- -- -- 2013-14 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 31 13 11 24 4 -1 5 3 3 6 0 2013-14 Portland Pirates AHL 6 0 0 0 2 -2 -- -- -- -- -- 2014-15 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 20 13 12 25 35 3 -- -- -- -- -- 2014-15 Gatineau Olympiques QMJHL 30 9 8 17 33 -2 11 1 0 1 12 2015-16 Gatineau Olympiques QMJHL 63 34 31 65 88 17 10 3 5 8 8
  18. Chosen 7th round for the Canucks last pick Big Dman from the dub
  19. Joseph Labate Center Born Apr 16 1993 -- Eagan, MN Height 6.04 -- Weight 195 -- Shoots L Selected by Vancouver Canucks round 4 #101 overall 2011 NHL Entry Draft --- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ---- Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011-12 U. of Wisconsin WCHA 37 5 15 20 24 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/CODE]
  20. Position: LW Age: 20 Date of birth: February 09, 1990 Place of birth: Oakville, Ont., Canada Ht: 6' 3.25" Wt: 211 Shoots: L Played on the OHL's worse team in the league for the Majority of this season and still put up more than a point per game suring his time there. Recently acquired by the Niagra Ice Dogs (playing with our other prospect, Alex Friesen.) http://www.niagaraicedogs.net/article/archibald-signs-with-vancouver-canucks Interview on signing and trade: Probably best (worst) know for this little infraction at the end of game 3 during last playoffs (his team was swept the following game): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzIrMOFeGDw He has LOTS of potential, but It's questionable as to whether he'll be able to tap into it properly. If he does, he'll be an AMAZING power forward. if not, it's just a wast of a contract spot, so really no downside in this. hope he can do even better now that he's with a good team in Niagra, and then it's on to the Moose next season.
  21. A second line left wing. That is what Mason Raymond is, that is what the Canucks need. Raymond already a part of the team and a suitable role for that position, so it's natural the Canucks pursue resigning him. Raymond is going through arbitration now, because he feels he can fetch more dollars than what he was offered. The rumblings are that his agent will present a strong case for making upto 4 million per year. Is that worth his value? Should Canucks decide to walk away from him, let's take a look at a list of players who can realistically replace him. Please note: I am including UFA's AND RFA's, because both categories are plausible signings. The list is in no specific order! My price range is no one who I think would make more than 3 million dollars. Paul Kariya: 43 P in 75 GP. This has to be his worse point per game year yet, which makes him a viable option for a low-balled contract. Could thrive one last time in the right system, if conditioned enough. Tomas Fleischmann: 51 P in 69 GP. Injury problems have plagued this young skater's career, but this guy can play either wing, and has been played as a center with the Caps for part of last year. Slava Kozlov: 26 P in 55 GP. This unpredictable veteran has had seasons that range from just over a point per game to the stat that is beside his name. He is 38, so this may just be his swan song, instead of an unfocused year. James Neal: 55 P in 78 GP. Only 22, and in just his second season of the NHL. I would speculate the 3 million limit I've set would be a great deal to catch Neal under. He will either continue or improve his game next year. Jere Lehtinen: 17 P in 58 GP. More of the same mold as Kozlov. An old, streaky player, and throw in injury problems too. With that being said, this 37 year old fetched 37 P in 48 GP just three years ago. 50 points in a full season is not out of reach for Jere's last gasp. Fabian Brunnstrom: 11 P in 44 GP. Given the past drama surrounding Canucks trying to sign him for his rookie NHL season, and his disappointing work once arrived in the NHL with the Dallas Stars, this player may not ever be an option. Worth noting, as he is skilled and capable, IF disciplined. He tallied 29 P in 59 GP 2 years ago in his rookie season. Alexei Ponikarovsky: 50 P in 77 GP. Poni boy is capable of 20 goals per season, as accomplished with the Leafs for multiple seasons. It seems like forever since he winged to Mats Sundin, but he is only 30. Ruslan Fedotenko: 30 P in 80 GP. Doesn't look too good? Well he accomplished 39 P in 65 GP the year before. He has only reached 40 points once in his career, even while playing aside Malkin and Crosby. He is 31 with room for improvement, but Fedz may be better suited for a third line, or a team with lesser offensive power than the Canucks. Matt Moulson: 48 P in 82 GP. Having a breakout season, Matt has finally stuck in the NHL for a full season at the age of 26. This late bloomer shouldn't be overlooked. Fredik Modin: 11 P in 44 GP. The 35 year old's best stat year was 57 P in 2004 with Tamba Bay. He has seen a natural decline because of age though. Alexander Frolov: 51 P in 81 GP. This playmaker who is arguably in his prime right now, will surely fetch the 3 million limit I've set if I am too include him in this list. That's about it for my scouting report, alot of older players who probably won't even be looked at, and alot of RFA's that will probably be resigned by their current team. However they are all possibilities and all capable of being productive second liners playing alongside Kesler and Samuelsson. Who do you like the looks of? Have another suggestion? Leave a comment and let me know! @itzJULES