Boeser expects to receive a qualifying offer from Canucks: Report

Vancouver Canucks intends to extend the eligible offer to Brooke BowserGeneral Manager Jim Rutherford told Sportsnet.

“No, we won’t let him walk,” said Rutherford. In statements published Tuesday. “We know he’s a good player. We can find a way to fit him in next season with his bid being accepted in the playoffs. Everything gets tricky and difficult, but we can figure it out.”

The 25-year-old forward, who has had 46 points (23 goals, 23 assists) in 71 games this season, could become a restricted free agent on July 13. He was in the final season of a three-year contract worth $17.625 million. ($5.875 Million Average Annual Value) Signed September 16, 2019.

The deadline for teams to submit RFA qualification bids is July 11. On the same date, the RFA can begin contract talks with rival teams. A qualified bid is required to retain the bargaining rights of that player if he receives an offer card from a rival club. If the team does not submit a qualifying bid to the RFA, it will become an unrestricted free agent (UFA) on July 13. Conditions for eligible offers include: Presentation of a contract for at least one year and at least 100 percent of his previous salary.

Sportsnet reports that there have been no discussions about contracts recently. Bowser’s father, Duke, died on May 27.

Selected by Vancouver in the first round (#23) of the 2015 NHL Draft, he has 256 points (121 goals, 135 assists) in 324 regular season games, and 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in 17 Stanley Cups. Playoff matches.

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