In the state-of-the-art rumors roundup, questions are starting to go with the flow round on what the Vancouver Canucks will do with Brock Boeser in 2022?
With .T. Miller and Horvat due new contracts in 2024 and Elias Pettersson and rookie Vasily Podkolzina having new contracts in 2025, that leaves pending RFA Boeser possibly the peculiar man out.
MacIntyre of Sportsnet reports the Canucks center will need to change and the maximum susceptible participant to be traded is Brock Boeser.
MacIntyre went on to mention, the $five.875-million earnings on his bridge deal has been affordable, the looming qualifying offer of $7.five-million for Boeser isn't.
It is in all likelihood Boeser will be are trying to find a $eight-$eight.5 million agreement extension, which the Canucks just can't find the money for below the cutting-edge income cap.
exchange rumors had been circulated in advance within the season that the Canucks may want to check out trading Miller or Horvat and if that takes place Vancouver might discover the cash to re-sign Boeser.