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Boeser expected to be 100 percent for Canucks training camp: report

Forward recovering from back, wrist injuries; Pettersson also on mend

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Brock Boeser is expected to be fine for the start of Vancouver Canucks training camp after the forward recovers from back and wrist injuries sustained this season, general manager Jim Benning told TSN 1040 on Thursday.

"My understanding is he'll be 100 percent for training camp," Benning said.

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Canucks Sign Pettersson

...to a three-year entry level contract

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. - Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has signed forward Elias Pettersson to a three-year entry-level contract.

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Gold, Nilly gold!

...Canucks goaltender backs Sweden to a second straight gold medal

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer / Freelance writer

When the Vancouver Canucks season ended in early April, Anders Nilsson shut it down after a tough year, physically and mentally. He took a couple weeks away from the rink and wasn't skating or working out and even planned a vacation to Los Angeles to help him unwind. That's where he was when the Swedish Ice Hockey Federation called to see if he'd be willing to join the team for the 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark.

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Anders Nilsson Advances to IIHF Gold Medal Game, Bo Goes for Bronze

... the Canucks Goaltender earns third shutout of the World Championship.

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Anders Nilsson made 41 saves and earned his third shutout of the tournament with a 6-0 win over Team USA in the 2018 IIHF World Championship semifinal on Saturday. 

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Pettersson the playmaker

...Canucks prospect impressive at the World Championship

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer / Freelance writer

When Elias Pettersson started his rookie season in the Swedish Hockey League last September, he wasn't expecting much. He knew he had a lot of talent and potential, but also knew he was still 18 and would struggle physically at just 6-foot-2 and 165 pounds playing in the men's league.

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Pettersson injured at World Championship

...Canucks prospect is out for the rest of the tournament

by Derek Jory @NoJoryous / Vancouver Canucks

Elias Pettersson's dream season has finally come to an end.

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New kid on the block

...Canucks prospect Michael DiPietro is finding his feet at the World Championship

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer / Canucks freelance writer

After a stellar season with the Windsor Spitfires that earned him OHL Goaltender fo the Year honors, Michael DiPietro was at home with his family when the 18-year-old got a call from Warren Rychel, Windsor's general manager.

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Canucks prospect impressing at World Championship

Pettersson could be in Vancouver next season after dominating in Sweden

by Aaron Vickers / NHL.com Correspondent

COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- There wasn't much Vancouver Canucks prospect Elias Pettersson didn't accomplish with the Vaxjo Lakers of the Swedish Hockey League this season.

His accomplishments could land the 19-year-old forward in the NHL as soon as next season.

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Canucks at the World Championship

...four players will represent the Canucks in Denmark

by Derek Jory @NoJoryous / Vancouver Canucks

It's go time in Denmark. 

The 2018 IIHF World Championship kicks off this weekend in Copenhagen and Herning, with a handful of Canucks taking part.

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Canucks Prospects Update: 2017-18 season

...a look at Utica's season and final stats for all

by Tyson Giuriato @TysonGiuriato / Canucks freelance writer

The Utica Comets took the AHL's top team to the distance, but ultimately came up short falling 4-0 to the Toronto Marlies in the decisive Game 5 on Sunday.

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