Vancouver Canucks transactions

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2019-09-19
assigned LW Vincent Arseneau to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-19
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2019-09-19
assigned G Michael Dipietro to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-19
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2019-09-19
assigned LW Jonah Gadjovich to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-19
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2019-09-17
assigned D Jett Woo to Calgary (WHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned C Carson Focht to Calgary (WHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned LW Ethan Keppen to Flint (OHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned G Arturs Silovs to Barrie (OHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
Released D Will Warm.
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Aaron Thow to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned RW Dyson Stevenson to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned LW Dylan Sadowy to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Matt Petgrave to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Stefan LeBlanc to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned G Jake Kielly to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned C Wacey Hamilton to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned C Tanner Sorenson to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Zach Frye to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Mitch Eliot to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned C Carter Camper to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned D Dylan Blujus to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-17
assigned LW Carter Bancks to Utica (AHL).
2019-09-17
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2019-09-16
re-signed RW Brock Boeser to a three-year, $17.625 million contract.
2019-09-16
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2019-09-04
re-signed RW Nikolay Goldobin to a one-year, $900,000 contract.
2019-09-04
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2019-08-21
announced LW Tuomo Ruutu has retired.
2019-08-21
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2019-07-10
signed LW Micheal Ferland to a four-year, $14 million contract.
2019-07-10
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2019-07-09
re-signed C Reid Boucher to a one-year, two-way contract.
2019-07-09
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2019-07-09
re-signed D Brogan Rafferty to a two-year, two-way contract.
2019-07-09
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2019-07-09
re-signed D Josh Teves to a two-year, two-way contract.
2019-07-09
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2019-07-08
re-signed LW Francis Perron to a one-year, two-way contract.
2019-07-08
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2019-07-05
signed LW Josh Leivo to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
2019-07-05
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2019-07-02
signed C Tyler Motte to a one-year, $975,000 contract.
2019-07-02
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2019-07-01
signed G Zane McIntyre to a one-year, two-way contract.
2019-07-01
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2019-07-01
signed C Tyler Graovac to a one-year, two-way contract worth $650,000.
2019-07-01
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2019-07-01
signed D Oscar Fantenberg to a one-year, $850,000 contract.
2019-07-01
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2019-07-01
signed D Jordie Benn to a two-year, $4 million contract.
2019-07-01
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2019-07-01
signed D Tyler Myers to a five-year, $30 million contract.
2019-07-01
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2019-06-29
waived LW Ryan Spooner.
2019-06-29
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2019-06-22
TRADE ANALYSIS
The Buffalo Sabres acquired 2019 fourth round pick (#102) from the Vancouver Canucks for 2019 fourth round pick (#122) and 2019 sixth round pick (#175)
2019-06-22
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2019-06-22
TRADE ANALYSIS
The Vancouver Canucks acquired Francis Perron and 2019 seventh round pick (215) from San Jose Sharks for Tom Pyatt and 2019 sixth round pick (#164)
2019-06-22
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2019-06-22
Tampa Bay Lightning TRADE ANALYSIS
The Vancouver Canucks acquired JT Miller from Tampa Bay Lightning for Conditional 2020 First Round Pick, 2019 third round pick and Marek Mazanec
2019-06-22
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2019-06-20
signed D Alexander Edler to a two-year, $12 million contract extension.
2019-06-20
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2019-04-24
signed G Thatcher Demko to a two-year, $2.1 million contract extension.
2019-04-24
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2019-04-01
signed D Brogan Rafferty to an entry-level contract.
2019-04-01
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2019-04-01
signed G Jake Kielly to a two-year, entry-level contract.
2019-04-01
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2019-03-20
activated LW Sven Baertschi from injured reserve.
2019-03-20
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2019-03-12
signed D Josh Teves to an entry-level contract.
2019-03-12
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2019-03-10
signed D Quinn Hughes to a three-year, entry-level contract.
2019-03-10
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2019-03-09
activated RW Jake Virtanen from injured reserve.
2019-03-09
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2019-03-06
recalled D Guillaume Brisebois from Utica (AHL).
2019-03-06
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2019-02-28
assigned D Guillaume Brisebois to Utica (AHL).
2019-02-28

Trades

NHL player transactions include the exchange of players, prospects, and draft picks among teams. Teams only have until the trade deadline, which tends to fall on the last week of February or the first week of March. The trade deadline for the current season is Monday, February 26, 2018.

Signings, Terminations & Injury Designations

Other ways the players on a team are impacted are through signings, terminations, and injury designations.

Free agents

Players who are free agents have no contract and are able to sign with any club. Previously, players could have unrestricted free agency if they were 31 years old or over. After the CBA came out of the lockout in 2005, the rules changed. Now, players aged 27 and over, as well as those with at least seven years in the NHL with expired contracts, can become unrestricted free agents. Plus, players aged 22 years and over who are not selected in the NHL Draft can sign with any team as a free agent.

Unrestricted free agents can start negotiating and signing contracts with any team after July 1 of each year. Before, teams were awarded with draft picks as compensation when they lost unrestricted free agents. Since 2004, there has been no compensation.

Buyouts

Buyouts occur when teams buy a player at the end of a season for the remainder of the player’s contract. This impacts both pay and cap hit. For players under the age of 26, pay and cap hit are reduced by two-thirds. For players aged 26 to 35, pay and cap hit are reduced by one-third. Finally, for players over the age of 35, pay is reduced by one-third but cap hit is not reduced. In addition, the new team pays over twice the period of the remaining contract.

Injured Reserve List

Players who are injured, disabled, or sick and unable to play for at least seven days cannot be bought out. Instead, their teams may place them on the Injured Reserve List. A club can only put a player on the Injured Reserve List if the player had previously passed the initial physical examination of the season. The team can then replace the player on its NHL roster with someone else.

Assigning Players to the Minors & Call-Ups

If a player has already participated in a defined number of games or he has played in a certain number of seasons since the signing of the original contract, the player must be available to all NHL teams before he is assigned to the minors. This is called 'clearing waivers,' and it means that other NHL teams can 'claim' the player from the 'waiver wire,' meaning they assume the contract, and provide only a small financial compensation to the team from which the player originated. When players clear waivers, their teams have the right to loan them to a minor affiliate, typically an AHL team, or they can choose to keep them in their club. Once cleared, players don't need to do it again for the lesser of either 30 cumulative days on the roster, or until they've played in 10 games in the NHL.

Players can also rise from the minors to an NHL team. This is known as a call-up. Players may be called up due to an injury or suspension of another player, or a team can use a regular call-up of minor league affiliates who are yet to sign a contract.

The AHL

The AHL, or American Hockey League, is the primary development league for the NHL. The AHL is currently made up of 30 teams. Since there are currently 31 NHL teams, 3 NHL Teams are sharing 2 AHL teams. There are plans for the AHL to expand to 31 teams, so that each NHL team can once again have their own exclusive affiliate.

The ECHL

The ECHL (previously the East Coast Hockey League) is a mid-level league with teams from across the U.S. and Canada. It is the only other league (along with the AHL) to which all players with entry-level NHL contracts must report.

Roster Limits

Each team in the NHL has a roster limit of:

  • 50 players on contract
  • 20 players on “dressed list” for games
  • 23 players on the active NHL roster
  • 90 players on the reserve list

Players in the AHL and ECHL are part of the 50 contract limit but don’t contribute to the 23 active roster limit.

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