Canucks Rumors: 3 Players Who Won't be Traded Ahead of Deadline

The Vancouver Canucks enter Tuesday's action with a 29-11-4 record, good for top spot in the Pacific Division. There's no doubt GM Patrik Allvin will be aggressive leading up to the March 8 trade deadline. The Canucks could be a couple of pieces away from being a unstoppable in the playoffs.

Allvin will be making calls, there's no doubt about it as he pulled off two early season trades already. And while there's been a couple of Vancouver's forwards linked to trade talks throughout this season, here's three Canucks, besides some obvious ones, who won't be moved ahead of the trade deadline:

Conor Garland

A forward who has been in trade conversations since day one in Vancouver, Garland has recorded 21 points in 44 games and has been a staple on the team's third line. At $4.95 million AAV for two more seasons, any trade would be a very complicated one and at this point, it doesn't appear the Canucks will entertain it. Garland doesn't have any trade protection, however his contract may be doing all the heavy lifting.

Tyler Myers

There were some rumors floating around to start this season that the Canucks were trying to move Myers, but now all those have disappeared. Myers is a pending free agent but is very much in Vancouver's plans. The towering blueliner has recorded 18 points in 44 games and could be in for his highest productive offensive season in roughly six years. While Filip Hronek has leapfrogged him on the depth chart, Myers isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

Arturs Silovs

The 22-year-old goaltending prospect has been on the radar of many teams this season, but at this point, the Canucks have no intentions of moving one of their top prospects. Even with Thatcher Demko and Casey DeSmith providing all the depth they need in net. Silovs is one of the best goalie prospects in the league and has put up great numbers as a pro in the AHL. It would take an absolute blockbuster deal for Allvin to include Silovs in any deal and at this point, that appears to be very unlikely out of Vancouver.

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