NHL News: Hamonic Doesn't Opt-Out, Pettersson, and Hughes Re-sign
Travis Hamonic doesn’t opt-out

Canucks PR: Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning on Travis Hamonic: “We’ve received confirmation that Travis Hamonic will not be opting out this season. He remains at home, dealing with some personal matters. We continue to support him, and out of respect for the situation, we will have no further comment at this time.”

  • Iain MacIntyre: “Canucks are being ultra-careful here with Hamonic. Lots of speculation about vaccination, but there is also potential issue about the mental health of a player under extreme pressure. So team is giving him time and space.”

Rick Dhaliwal: There was no upgrade on Hamonic as both the Canucks and his camp keep an eye on the scenario.

Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes offers are main

Elliotte Friedman: The Vancouver Canucks have actually re-signed forward Elias Pettersson to a three-year agreement with a $7.35 million wage cap hit.

The Canucks re-signed defenseman Quinn Hughes to a six-year agreement with at $7.85 million wage cap hit.

Puck Pedia: After the finalizings the Canucks are $2.41 million over the wage cap with a 23-man lineup that consists of defenseman Travis Hamonic’s $3 million agreement. The Canucks can put Micheal Ferland on the LTIR and surpass the cap by $2.41 million, or make a lineup relocation(s) that gets them closer to max the $2.5 million over.

Satiar Shah: “Canucks get Pettersson & Hughes signed to fair contracts, they come in at around the budget they had earmarked for the two young stars. CAA may have squeezed out an extra $100K per player above expected. Both sides come away happy.”

Rick Dhaliwal: Pettersson and Hughes are anticipated to get here in Vancouver .

Matthew DeFranks: Top RFA defenseman agreements that were signed this this year.

Cale Makar: 6 years at $9 million
Miro Heiskanen: 8 years x $8.45 million
Quinn Hughes: 6 years x $7.85 million
Rasmus Dahlin: 3 years x $6 million



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