Vancouver Canucks make minor move, acquire Yan Stastny and send him to AHL

Publish date:

VANCOUVER, B.C. - The Vancouver Canucks acquired forward Yan Stastny from the St. Louis Blues for prospect Pierre-Cedric Labrie on Wednesday.

Stastny was assigned to AHL Manitoba.

The 27-year-old has played 91 career career NHL games with St. Louis, Boston and Edmonton.

The Canucks signed Labrie as a free agent in 2007. He's yet to appear in an NHL game.



What Will Seattle's First Draft Look Like?

The Kraken have hired a number of former Carolina minds recently; we look at what that cohort did for the Canes.


OHL Legend 'Mav' Remembered as One of the Greats

Former OHL coach and executive Larry Mavety, who died Friday at the age of 78, was a hockey lifer who had a gruff exterior, but also cared deeply for his players.

Alexis Lafreniere

Is it a Mistake to Hold Alexis Lafreniere out of the 2021 World Juniors?

The Rangers want the No. 1 overall pick to prepare for his first NHL training camp and likely don't want him to risk injury. But wouldn't the WJC actually be the best thing for him after not playing a competitive hockey game since March?