LATEST | Allvin opens up on Brock Boeser's Incoming trade and it bears good news

Published February 13, 2023 at 3:40 PM

The Vancouver Canucks are expected to fairly busy as sellers over the next couple of weeks heading upto March 3rd's NHL trade deadline day.

There's been plenty of rumors of many players believed to be on their way out of Vancouver from defence, Luke Schenn, Tyler Myers, to Brock Boeser, possibly J.T. Miller, and Thatcher Demko if the offer was right for the Canucks.

Really when you're having a season like the Canucks currently are there's really not too many players other then possibly Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes that are untouchable. However, that also doesn't mean some of these players will be moved either according to Canucks Insider Ian MacIntyre. Despite all the news that saying Boeser will be traded, Canucks GM' Patrik Allvin seems like he's unsure if he wants to actually trade him or not.

Doesn't mean Brock Boeser won't be traded, but Canucks GM Patrik Allvin : "I don't want to force anything. Brock Boeser is still a young player. I still believe that he's a good player, and I don't want to give up on him."

Boeser is still a very good player and part of the NHL elite, but he hasn't been the same player since he's recovered from a wrist injury and since his father passed away. Hopefully Boeser can turn things around and get his career back on track.

The question that remains though: is Boeser feeling the same way? He asked out for a change of air, could the change in his usage and the coaching change affect the way he thinks?
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LATEST | Allvin opens up on Brock Boeser's Incoming trade and it bears good news

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