The Vancouver Canucks can add to their list of former players that have recently gone overseas. On Saturday evening, it was announced that forward Jayce Hawryluk had signed a one-year deal with Skellefteå AIK of the SHL. The news was shared on Twitter by agent Andrey Matveev, a few hours after details of Jake Virtanen’s new KHL contract surfaced.
For fringe NHL players sitting unsigned now into September, European offers are starting to look pretty tempting. For Jayce Hawryluk, it’s Sweden that will be the setting for the next chapter in his hockey career. The young forward has signed a one-year deal with Skelleftea AIK in the SHL. Hawryluk,...
Forwards Jayce Hawryluk and Tyler Graovac are not expected to return to the Vancouver Canucks next season, according to multiple reports. According to Rick Dhaliwal of Donnie and Dhali – The Team, Hawryluk will not be qualified by the Canucks and will become an unrestricted free agent. As for Graovac,...
Hawryluk will not be given a qualifying offer by Vancouver on Monday and will hit free agency, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Assuming he can secure another NHL deal, which is far from guaranteed, Hawryluk will be playing for his fourth franchise in as many seasons. Considering the 2014 second-round pick has 98 games of NHL experience, he could draw some interest around the NHL, though he could likely earn a bigger paycheck with a move overseas.
Last year’s offseason saw the Vancouver Canucks sign fourth-liner Jayce Hawryluk to a one-year, $800,000 contract. He came in and played 30 games in the Canucks’ bottom-six this past season. Hawryluk is a good skating energy guy who does a fine job of forechecking in a fourth-line role. He wasn’t...
Hawryluk produced an assist in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Oilers. Hawryluk has popped off with three points in his last two games. It's a sudden burst of offense for the 25-year-old, who has only five points, 16 shots on net and 38 hits through 23 contests overall.
Hawryluk tallied his first of the year in Monday's win over Ottawa. An undisclosed injury has kept Hawryluk out of the lineup most of the year, limiting him to just seven appearances. He scored his first goal as a Canuck, which is also his first point of the campaign.
Hawryluk was promoted to the active roster ahead of Thursday's game versus the Oilers, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports. Hawryluk started the year on long-term injured reserve. He was activated Feb. 13, but he has yet to make his season debut. The 25-year-old could play in Thursday's game against the Oilers, and even if he sits out, he'll likely get a chance soon enough.
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Hawryluk (undisclosed) skated only 3:28 in Thursday's 3-0 loss to the Oilers. Hawryluk hardly saw any playing time in his season debut. He began the year on long-term injured reserve. Now that he's healthy, Hawryluk should compete with the likes of Zack MacEwen, Loui Eriksson and Jake Virtanen for playing time.
Hawryluk (undisclosed) was activated from long-term injured reserve Saturday. It's unclear if Hawryluk will be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Flames, but he'll be eligible nonetheless. The 25-year-old suited up in 26 NHL games last season, producing three goals and seven assists in that stretch.
According to coach Travis Green, Hawryluk has recovered from his undicslosed injury and will be available if called upon. Hawryluk is still on long-term injured reserve, so he'll need to be activated before rejoining the lineup. The 25-year-old forward has yet to play this season, but he picked up 10 points in 26 games split between the Panthers and Senators in 2019-20.