Vancouver Canucks: Free agent signings didn't perform enough

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Vancouver Canucks: Free agent signings didn't perform enough
Vancouver Canucks: Free agent signings didn't perform enough

Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning signed a handful of veteran free agents on cheap contract. Thomas Vanek was the only one that panned out before getting traded. Here's a look at the ones that under-performed. Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning seemingly learned his lesson from the mistake that was making Loui Eriksson a $36 million man, opting to stay away from pricey free agents last offseason. Instead, Benning only signed veterans on short-term, affordable deals. Sam Gagner got three years worth $9.45 million, while Michael Del Zotto and Anders Nilsson signed two year deals, worth $5 and $6 million, respectively. And shortly before 2017-18 began, Benning inked veteran

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