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REPORT | Hurricanes exploring the market for their defenseman: Canucks getting involved


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Cooper Godin
June 30, 2023  (3:25 PM)
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For nearly a month now, reports have been circulating regarding Carolina Hurricanes defenceman Brett Pesce on whether or not he'll sign an extension with the organization.

Trading Pesce has been mentioned as a potential option if they are unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension, which is allowed to signed as of tomorrow. But according to David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, the Hurricanes have begun exploring trade options for Pesce and that the Vancouver Canucks are one of the interested teams.
"Some talk the Hurricanes have been exploring the trade market today on Pesce." Pagnotta said on June 28th.

One day later, he reported that the Canucks were among the teams interested by saying: "Supposedly the Canes are going to sign or trade Brett Pesce by July 1. They better hurry; nothing cooking right now on either front. He's going into the last year of his deal & has a 15-team no-trade list. Some chatter Nashville, Vancouver & Toronto among teams who poked on him."

Pesce, a native of Tarrytown, New York coming off the best season of his career. He set a new career-high in points (30), goals (5) and assists (25), while adding 43 penalty minutes and was a plus-11 in 82 games. He added six points in 15 Stanley Cup Playoff games.
The 28-year-old right-shot blueliner has one-year remaining on his contract with an average annual value of $4.025.
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REPORT | Hurricanes exploring the market for their defenseman: Canucks getting involved

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