Update: Garrison has agreed to a six-year, $27.6 million deal with Vancouver, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie.
Recommendation: Garrison is certainly cashing in on his breakout season. The BC native had a career-best 16 goals, shooting at a 10.9 percent clip, so there is some speculation that he will be unable to duplicate the season. His production fell off the second half of the season. Regardless, Garrison will assume Sami Salo's vacated role on the Canucks' power play alongside Alexander Edler. This could be an interesting signing - don't pay what the Canucks did on draft day, but don't ignore Garrison and his booming shot.