Found September 14, 2012 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
The Vancouver Canucks just issued a press release on Canucks.com.

Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks President and General Manager Mike Gillis announced today that the Canucks have assigned the following players to the Chicago Wolves and Junior clubs.

The following players have been assigned to junior clubs:

Frank Corrado, Defence, Sudbury, OHL
Brendan Gaunce, Centre, Belleville, OHL
Evan McEneny, Defence, Kitchener, OHL

The following player has been assigned to his European club:

Nicklas Jensen Right Wing AIK SEL

The following players have been assigned to the Chicago Wolves:

Peter Andersson, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Steven Anthony, Left Wing, Chicago, AHL
Darren Archibald, Left Wing, Chicago, AHL
Joe Cannata, Goalie, Chicago, AHL
Kevin Connauton, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Guillaume Desbiens, Right Wing, Chicago, AHL
Andrew Ebbett, Centre, Chicago, AHL
Alex Friesen, Centre, Chicago, AHL
Andrew Gordon, Right, Wing Chicago, AHL
Derek Joslin, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Zack Kassian, Right Wing, Chicago, AHL
Eddie Lack, Goalie, Chicago, AHL
Alexandre Mallet, Centre Chicago, AHL
Patrick Mullen, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Adam Polasek, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Prab Rai, Centre, Chicago, AHL
Anton Rodin, Forward, Chicago, AHL
Yann Sauve, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Stefan Schneider, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Jordan Schroeder, Centre, Chicago, AHL
Bill Sweatt, Left Wing, Chicago, AHL
Chris Tanev, Defence, Chicago, AHL
Kellan Tochkin, Right Wing, Chicago, AHL
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