LATEST | Veteran forward, former Canuck signs new deal

Published July 7, 2023 at 1:48 PM
Long-time forward and former Vancouver Canuck Adam Cracknell has signed a one-year contract in the American Hockey League with the Henderson Silver Knights, affiliate of the Vegas Golden Knights.

Cracknell, 37, was drafted all the way back in 2004 in the ninth round by the Calgary Flames and has spent parts of 18 seasons playing professionally, mainly in the AHL, but also has played in 210 NHL games, in China with Kunlun Red Star and in Denmark.

The Prince Albert, Saskatchewan native played the majority of the 2015-16 season in the NHL with the Vancouver Canucks, skating in 44 games for them before being claimed off waivers by the Edmonton Oilers. In those 44 games, Cracknell recorded ten points (five goals, five assists), 14 penalty minutes and was a plus-one.

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