POLLS       NHL       CANUCKS

TRENDING NOW


Patrik Allvin announces four-year extension for Dakota Joshua


PUBLICATION
Cooper Godin
June 27, 2024  (10:32)
SHARE THIS STORY
FOLLOW US




Vancouver Canucks forward Dakota Joshua.
Photo credit: Bob Frid - USA TODAY Sports

The Vancouver Canucks have officially locked up a key depth piece of their forward group on Thursday.

In a post on social media, the Canucks announced that they've re-signed forward Dakota Joshua to a four-year contract worth $13 million total, $3.25 million AAV.
"General Manager Patrik Allvin announces that the #Canucks have agreed to terms with forward Dakota Joshua on a four-year contract with a $3.25 million AAV." The Canucks said.

The Canucks were able to clear up some much needed cap space on Wednesday by trading Ilya Mikheyev to Chicago, which helped Patrik Allvin be able to pull of this signing today.
An injury to his hand during a fight against the Blackhawks limited Joshua to 63 games during the regular season, where he had 32 points (18 goals, 14 assists), 60 penalty minutes and was a plus-19. The Dearborn, Michigan native followed that up with eight points (four goals, four assists) in 13 games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Do you think this is a good deal for Vancouver? Let us know what you think in the poll below.
POLL
27 JUIN   |   1272 ANSWERS
Patrik Allvin announces four-year extension for Dakota Joshua

Is this a good deal for the Canucks?

Yes119093.6 %
No826.4 %
LIST OF POLLS
Latest 10 stories

CANUCKSDAILY.COM
COPYRIGHT @2024 - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
TERMS  -  POLICIES  -  CONSENT