Canucks' prospect Jacob Truscott will be with Team USA for their World Junior pre-tournament games in Edmonton this week, and Brock Boeser is back on the ice in Minnesota, with Da Beauty League.
More changes for the Vancouver Canucks, as Marko Torenius signs on to oversee the club's AHL goaltending and goaltending development. The medical department and strength and conditioning department have also been overhauled.
The Hlinka Gretzky Cup for 2022 will be awarded this weekend, as tune-up games are now underway for the World Junior Championship. And Jonathan Huberdeau's new mega-contract could have implications for the Canucks in the Pacific Division and with J.T. Miller at the bargaining table.
The Vancouver Canucks' roster still has some weaknesses. But the club's depth on the wings looks solid as the new season approaches.
The Vancouver Canucks prospects will all be making their World Junior Championship debuts in Edmonton this week. Joni Jurmo and Jacob Truscott hit the ice on Day 1, while Jonathan Lekkerimaki will suit up to open Day 2.
All first-time participants at the World Junior Championship, the Vancouver Canucks' three prospects each got a win in their debuts. And we've got ticket information for next month's YoungStars Classic in Penticton.
J.T. Miller wants a long-term contract with Vancouver, but understands why the stars might not align that way. And the preliminary round continues for the Canucks' 3 prospects at the World Junior Championship.
Final seeding will be determined on Monday, as all three Vancouver Canucks prospects at the World Junior Championship get set for quarterfinal action. Also, a quick look at some new scenes for the Abbotsford Canucks this fall, in Calgary and the Coachella Valley.
There's hockey all day from the World Junior Championship, with four quarterfinal games on tap from Edmonton featuring three Canucks prospects. Also, NHL streaming in Canada changes next season, and the Canucks' radio home is up in the air.