Alex Edler brings the current and potential value to the Canucks in the future.
Alex Edler's obvious focus is on the next game after returning Saturday of a combined knee lane that leads to Vancouver Canucks defender for 15 games.
However, the future is never the case when its contract expires – although it contains a non-trade clause – and Edler's value to the NHL club was clear while it was # 39 ; n being restricted. There is nothing fancy in the 32-year-old game, but its ability to protect and do the dirty work along the walls and in the slot carries value. So it's running the power of play.
However, in an attempt to stock reconstruction, the Canucks could ask Edler to dispose of his NTC and move on the trade closing date for a draft option. It could then be circulated and re-signed the unlimited free agent, especially if Olli Juolevi is not ready to make the NHL jump. The fifth-general selection in the 2016 draft was headed to Vancouver to look after his knee after having 13 points (1-12) in 18 games with Utica Comets.
There are also the closing contracts of Michael Del Zotto and Derrick Pouliot – and Ben Hutton who have regenerated his career – and Quinn Hughes's promise to factor what might happen next.
"I've never said I liked it here," said Edler Monday. "But whatever happens, it's happening."
Edler showed on Saturday, even at 16:18 minutes of measurement to facilitate his replacement – he's equal at 21:47 this season – it was a factor in matching Alex Biega to keep the King on the bay
"I tried to keep it short and straightforward, do not get out there and work my way back to it," said Edler. "The knee is fine. Even weeks or months after you have triggered your MCL, you can throw it away. And as long as it goes away quickly, it's fine. Just to strengthen everything around that knee. "
Eder was injured October 24 in Las Vegas. During the first time, he was depressed in the offensive zone with Max Pacioretty, Golden Golden winger, who fell completely to the ice. And when the play came back into the Canucks zone, Edler was absorbing a heavy hit from Pacioretty. But the first fall was the damage.
Edler would play only five shifts and log 3:10 before calling him a night. He was leading the NHL with 39 blots having blocked.
AND THE NEXT GAME
Los Angeles Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks
7 p.m., Rogers Arena, SNP, SNET 650 AM
Listen: White Towel Podcast
Patrick Johnston remembers the podcast of California, where he is reporting on the Canucks battle under the current pressure loss, how poor they need to get to get better , if injuries are a legal excuse, and the areas where the Canucks need to focus most as they continue to try to build a competitive team. Talk goes after Patrick's call Alexander Edler is a "great" defender, and Paul Chapman disagrees and the argument still made about the historical condolences that the Canucks defenders say is yet.http://media.blubrry.com/theprovincesports/p/archive.org/download/11232018_whitetowel/11232018_WhiteTowel.mp3
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