Found July 27, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Jordan Schroeder is confident he’ll be ready for training camp so he can show the Canucks he deserves the one-way contract that was announced on Wednesday. Vowing to be recovered from May 21 shoulder labrum surgery by mid-September training camp the 5-foot-8 175-pound centre was pumped after getting the deal — for one year and $600000 — out of the way. He was also just as upbeat over his recuperation from the major surgery to his left shoulder. “They told me all along I should be ready for camp” said Schroeder the Canucks first-round draft pick (22nd overall) in 2009. “My physiotherapist says I’m way ahead of schedule. I’m skating again though I haven’t been doing any shooting yet.” The key now for Schroeder is to show he belongs in the Canucks’ bottom six forwards with the top six pretty much determined. Free agent Brad Richardson was signed with the intention of centering the third line so versatility will be an important trait for Schroeder to show.

Early Projections for Vancouver Canucks; 2013 Defense

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Depth NHLer Derek Joslin Signs With SHL’s AIK by   Steven Ellis

Derek Joslin, a depth defenseman who was apart of the Vancouver Canucks organization last season, has signed with AIK in Sweden. Joslin was drafted in the 5th round, 149th overall, of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft by the San Jose Sharks from the Ottawa 67′s of the Ontario Hockey League. As a member of the 67′s, Joslin led the team in scoring among defencemen in the 2005–06 season, [...]

Brassard, Teammates Excited to Play for Vigneault

"I have talked to a lot of the players this summer and everyone is so excited to start playing for (Alain Vigneault)"-@DBrassard16 — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 25, 2013 ...the guys and I talked about Brassard's quote during our Spreecast last night (watch replay here). Having a fresh start and clean slate with a new coach would be exciting for anyone...

Vancouver Canucks Legend Pavel Bure Was A Supernova On Skates

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