NHL Rumors: More Moves Coming For Canucks

Following the recent trade of Tanner Pearson to the Montreal Canadiens, the Vancouver Canucks are clearly committed to addressing their ongoing salary cap challenges.

Jim Rutherford, the President of Hockey Operations for the Canucks, has indicated that the team is not yet finished with its efforts to reshape the roster.

He hinted that they are "probably a contract or two away" from finding a solution to their cap woes.

While specific contracts weren't explicitly singled out, there's widespread speculation that players like Tyler Myers, Brock Boeser, and Conor Garland could be potential candidates for future moves, according to Jeff Paterson.

Myers, in particular, has garnered attention due to his expiring deal and a substantial portion of his salary already paid out as a signing bonus, making him an attractive option for teams seeking an experienced defenseman.

Boeser and Garland might present more favorable trade opportunities next summer when the salary cap is projected to increase by at least $4 million.

These developments indicate that the Canucks remain actively engaged in navigating the financial landscape of the NHL, with more changes to their roster potentially on the horizon. Photo Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports