Alexander Edler of the Vancouver Canucks is a subject of trade talks around the NHL (Stephen Dunn/Getty)
By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewTOU_THG)
As Wednesday’s trade deadlines nears, the Philadelphia Flyers continue to pop up as contenders to land several of the marquee players that are available this year.
Here are a couple (there are more beyond this list) of the players that the...
For Vancouver Canucks defenseman Alexander Edler, the transition back to NHL ice after competing on the big Olympic sheet in Sochi was not entirely a smooth process.
During Wednesday night’s 1-0 win over the St. Louis Blues, Edler zeroed in on Blues winger Ryan Reaves along the side boards. The Swedish silver medalist’s hopes for a big hit were dashed, though, as Edler mistimed...
It's the gift that keeps on giving - well, not so much a gift as a protracted punishment.In late July, the International Ice Hockey Federation Disciplinary Committee ruled that Vancouver Canucks' defenseman Alexander Edler was to serve a suspension of four games in international play stemming from a nasty hit he laid on Canada's Eric Staal in last year's World...
The 2014 Winter Olympics are months away, but Sweden is already down a man.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Alexander Edler will miss the first two games of the Sochi Games after being suspended by the International Ice Hockey Federation, according to News 1130.
The suspension is a carryover from the 2012 World Hockey Championship when Edler was suspended two games for a knee-on-knee...
KEEP ON TRUCKIN'
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Alex Edler ran over Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith behind the Coyotes net during the second period of Thursday night's game at the Jobing.com Arena, igniting a brawl between the two teams. Edler skated full speed behind the Coyotes net to chase the puck. When Smith got to it first, Edler made no attempt to slow down or get the puck and simply...
Talk about bang for your ubck, from TSN:
The Vancouver Canucks have signed defenceman Alexander Edler to a six-year contract extension worth a total of $30 million.
Appearing in all 82 games with the Canucks last season, Edler scored 11 goals and added 38 assists, tying him for sixth amongst NHL defenceman in points.
Edler is entering the fourth season of a four-year...
Vancouver’s UFA’s in 2013 – Part 1
It’s going to be a long summer. So over the course of it I’ll be taking a look at some of Vancouver’s players who have contracts set to expire in the summer of 2013. We’ll examine the pros and cons of each player, determine their career potential and where that potential fits in with the Canucks.
Name: Alexander Edler
“Alex Edler, My Goodness…”
This article was written immediately following the Minnesota Wild game, so to start, please allow me to say that that was embarrassing.
I was originally hesitant to write on this topic following Saturday’s game because one might jump to the conclusion that Alex Edler‘s Goal of the Year Candidate was a positive thing.
Au contraire mon frère et...
Canucks blogger Steve Lee brings us a good piece on the Vancouver Canucks today. Alexander Edler is under the spotlight for the Canucks, who points out there is no doubt that the Swedish defender would rather have his name etched on Lord Stanley's cup than a couple of extra bucks.
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Vancouver Canucks hockey blogger looks indepth at the play of defenseman Alexander Edler. The early reviews look good. Following the road game in LA, Edler has scored an impressive 16 points in 16 games and is currently tied for first place in NHL defensemen scoring alongside Marc-Andre Bergeron of the Lightning.