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Canucks and Bo Horvat Continue To Discuss Long-Term Contract

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The Vancouver Canucks and Bo Horvat’s, the club’s lone restricted free agent, representation are working hard at a long-term deal.

Canucks’ president Trevor Linden took told TSN 1040 on Thursday that the sides have had encouraging talks as discussions move forward.

“All options are on the table. I think we’ve explored many of the options, anything from two to eight [years]” Linden said on the program.

“We’ve had some good conversations with Bo and his rep, Newport Sports, who I was a client of there’s and we’ve done several contracts with them” Linden explained.

“I would say they have been very positive. We’re looking forward to getting Bo under contract. Out of respect to the process I don’t want to say a whole lot, but things have been very positive.

We’re moving along and I don’t see any issues.”

Vancouver is hopeful that a deal can be worked out before the start of training camp.

“Bo’s a quality kid and a good character guy and he’s been great through the process, not that’s he’s been specifically involved in the conversations, but we’re working hard at things to avoid not having him at training camp” Linden said.

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Flames’ Travis Hamonic Suffers Facial Fracture During Fight

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Calgary Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic will be out of action for a bit after he suffered a facial fracture during a fight with Vancouver Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbranson on opening night, the team officially announced on Friday.

In a corresponding move, the Flames called up defenseman Rasmus Anderson from the AHL to fill the empty roster spot.

Hamonic and Gudbranson got into it only 4:22 into the first period.

 

 

 

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Canucks Waive Sam Gagner

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The Vancouver Canucks have waived veteran forward Sam Gagner, the team officially announced on Monday.

Gagner, 29, was entering the second year of a three-year pact he inked with Vancouver a few years back, one that paid him $3.15 million annually.

Gagner had 10 goals and 21 assists for Vancouver during the 2017-2018 season.

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Canucks Sign Jay Beagle, Antoine Roussel

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The Vancouver Canucks have signed Antoine Roussel and Jay Beagle in a pair of moves that have been long rumored, according to Sportsnet’s Rick Dhaliwal.

Roussel, 28, scored 5 goals and collected 12 assists in 73 games last year for the Dallas Stars.

Beagle, 32, was a part of the Washington Capitals during their run to the Stanley Cup.

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