The Vancouver Canucks finished their 2016-17 NHL season with a whimper dropping Game 82 to the Stanley Cup Playoff bound Edmonton Oilers 5-2.
As the Panthers get healthier McCann heads to the AHL to make room.
I look at the Goalie situation and make some predictions based off what I think they will do. Hint, its not flattering.
The future of the Canucks Blueline needs to be determined in the next 18 months as they have a lot of RFAs and tough decisions.
The Canucks won, but that's not the story. The fact is they won a game they haven't been able to win this entire year. They faced some adversities and came out smelling like roses.
When going through a slump like the Canucks are, it's easy to miss past days when things were brighter. But lets not get carried away with how we remember the Gillis-AV era.
Sentimentality is great for scrapbooks, but $14m on the books is not what you need when you aren't a contender.
Troy Stecher and Jayson Megna made their debuts and despite getting a pair of minus-1s looked pretty solid.