• Announcements

    • StealthNuck

      Forum-specific Rules   07/11/2017

      These are board specific rules for the Trades and Rumors forum designed to provide organization and a better experience for everyone. Please review these rules before posting new threads. 
        THREAD ETIQUETTE   1. Please search for an existing thread before posting. This forum can be very fast moving, so it's understandable if redundant threads are inadvertently posted. In such a case, please use the report feature to request removal of redundant threads.    2. Provide a clearly identifiable topic title so that users can readily understand the content. The title should include any and all teams involved, as well as player names or other personnel involved as appropriate.   3. All trades, signings, rumors and other news MUST include a linkable source. Simply posting the name of the source is not enough. Effort should also be made to copy and paste the full article, or at the very least the relevant portion of text from the source to the first post of the thread. Moderators may remove low-quality threads in favour of high-quality threads. 

      Affixed to the front of your title should be a label that identifies the type of transaction that is taking place. For all trades use [TRADE]. For all signings use [SIGNING]. For all waiver-wire transactions use [WAIVERS]. For all rumours use [RUMOUR].
      For articles or news items that don't fit into the above categories, affix an appropriate label of your choice such as [NEWS], [ARTICLE] or [MISC].   4. When the status of a thread changes a new thread can be created. The new thread should reflect the change and help focus the discussion on current events. e.g. Someone may create a new thread when a rumor becomes a trades. The old thread will be locked by the moderating team.    5. Do not misrepresent the contents of your thread or post false trades or rumors. Trolling will result in a permanent suspension. 

      SOURCES   The following source types are considered INVALID. Any links to posts or threads on other message boards Any links to personal blogs Any news heard on the radio that does not have a link to an audio vault or podcast Any news seen on television that does not have a link to online video Any news spread by word of mouth
      Additionally, certain sources may be be blacklisted due to poor credentials, clear traffic-mongering etc. Blacklisted sources will be posted here. 
      Thank you for your co-operation and please PM the Administrator or Moderators if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions regarding this forum.

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Canucks fan in chicago

Signing
Wolves Sign Brad Hunt

10 posts in this topic

Hunt posted 4 assists and 5 points in 14 regular-season games last year after being signed by the Wolves to an Amateur Tryout Contract (ATO) on March 14. He also paced team defensemen and ranked fourth overall on Chicago with 3 assists and 4 points in five Calder Cup playoff outings.

Prior to joining the Wolves, the 23-year-old blueliner led Bemidji State University with 21 assists and ranked third on the team with 26 points in 38 games during his senior campaign.

The Ridge Meadows, British Columbia, native amassed 24 goals, 88 assists, and 112 points while appearing in all 150 games during his college career with Bemidji State from 2008-12.

http://www.chicagowo...-with-brad-hunt

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Great signing for the Wolves. Has produced consistently and will hopefully show that he can do it over a full season. Despite his small stature, he has been remarkably healthy *knock on wood* and has shown that he can play against men, at least in a short spurt.

If we go through another injury plagued season where we have our 13th defensemen playing *knocking again*, or if he dominates at the AHL level, I would like to see the Canucks sign him. He would be a good replacement for one of our more offensive defensemen.

My only concern is that this bumps many of the Canucks prospects down a spot.

1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would like to see the Canucks sign him. He would be a good replacement for one of our more offensive defensemen.

My only concern is that this bumps many of the Canucks prospects down a spot.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would rather not see the Canucks sign a 5' 9" 171 lb defenceman. Could you imagine him playng against the forwards on LA?

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I played hockey with this guy just this summer. Such a class act it's unbelievable.

he thinks, Connauton is one of the best dmans, and he thinks Schroeder and Rodin is equally as good.

I wish him nothing but the best of luck.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I played with Brad in the past and he is definitely a class act. Has a huge heart as he was always one of those kids told he was not big enough. Great character, very shifty and is a very smart player. Has NHL potential with his work ethic for sure.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would rather not see the Canucks sign a 5' 9" 171 lb defenceman. Could you imagine him playng against the forwards on LA?

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.