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Pettersson's golden year

...Canucks prospect dominated in first SHL season

by Ryan Biech @ryanbiech / Canucks freelance writer

Elias Pettersson has had a season to remember in Sweden.

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King Clancy Trophy

NHL announces 31 team nominees for King Clancy Trophy

Award recognizes leadership qualities, humanitarian contribution to community

by NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL / http://www.canucks.com

NEW YORK --The National Hockey League announced today the list of nominees for the 2017-18 King Clancy Memorial Trophy, which is awarded "to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community."

The nominees were selected by their respective NHL clubs. The winner will be selected by a committee of senior NHL executives led by Commissioner Gary Bettman and Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly. The King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner will receive a $40,000 donation from the National Hockey League Foundation to benefit a charity or charities of the winner's choice and the two runners-up will each receive a $5,000 donation from the National Hockey League Foundation to benefit a charity or charities of their choice.

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Canucks Reassign Forward Reid Boucher

... to the Utica Comets.

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. - Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has reassigned forward Reid Boucher to the Utica Comets.

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Calder Trophy

Calder Trophy finalists unveiled

Barzal, Boeser, Keller up for award given to best rookie in NHL

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Mathew Barzal of the New York Islanders, Brock Boeser of the Vancouver Canucks and Clayton Keller of the Arizona Coyotes were named finalists for the Calder Trophy on Sunday. The award is given to the best rookie in the NHL.

The winner will be announced at the 2018 NHL Awards presented by Hulu at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on June 20.

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Canucks sign Jasek to three-year entry level contract

...20-year-old has appeared in six games with the Comets

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

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

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Utica Comets: Round 1 preview

...Comets begin their quest for the Calder Cup this weekend

by Ryan Biech @ryanbiech / Canucks freelance writer

The Utica Comets begin their quest for the AHL Calder Cup this Saturday.

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Canucks Prospects Update: 4.16.18

...a check-in with Vancouver's young guns

by Tyson Giuriato @TysonGiuriato / Canucks freelance writer

It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4) in the best-of-five opening round. Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.

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Dahlen reassigned to Comets from Timra IK

...Dahlen finished second in the Allsvenskan with 44 points in 44 games

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. - Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the Canucks have reassigned forward Jonathan Dahlen to the Utica Comets from Timra IK of the Allsvenskan.

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Canucks Draft Lottery odds

...Vancouver has a 7.5% chance of landing the 1st overall pick

by Derek Jory @NoJoryous / Vancouver Canucks

So you're telling me there's a chance…

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injury

Boeser thought injury 'could have ended my career' with Canucks

Broken bone in back stopped rookie season

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Brock Boeser briefly feared for his NHL career after the Vancouver Canucks forward broke a bone in his back late in his rookie season.

"Right after, when I was going to the hospital, that's the thoughts you have because I was in so much pain," Boeser told Sportsnet on Wednesday. "It was definitely scary. [But] the first thing I did when I was laying there on the ice was move my toes and legs. Then I could relax a little bit. I knew something was wrong; I just didn't know what it was. It was still pretty scary."

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