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LATEST | Former BCHLer not receiving a qualifying offer: The third-line centerman the Canucks need?


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Felip Gosselin
June 10, 2023  (7:59 PM)
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Patrik Allvin and the Canucks have many things to achieve over the summer. On top of them all, finding creative ways to shed some salary. Once that's dealt with, they'll need to find a way to add a centerman to pivot their 3rd line and possibly a defenseman to bolster the team's physicality.

Allvin will have to find cost-efficient contracts via trade or strike a deal with a free agent. Frank Seravalli updated that list of pending RFA's that weren't expected to be qualified, making them UFA's once the free agency opens up in July.
It appears that Tyson Jost is expected to hit free agency. The former Penticton Vee just turned 25, and he's precisely the type of player Allvin will have his eye on. A young and experienced player who's been part of the Colorado Avalanche, the Minnesota Wild, and most recently, the Buffalo Sabres.
The 2016 10th overall pick had promising top-6 potential before entering the league and never quite lived up to the expectation. However, he's reinvented himself into a hard-checking and intense two-way forward. Jost held a $2.0M AAV on the cap until this year; while he's played well enough to command a raise, it's not expected that his next AAV will exceed $2.5M.
Could he fit the bill for the Canucks?
SOURCE: Daily Faceoff
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