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Canucks re-sign Sheldon Dries, Guillaume Brisebois, and John Stevens

Dries, 28, scored 62 points (35 goals, 27 assists) in 54 American Hockey League games with the Abbotsford Canucks this season. The left-handed centre added three points (two goals, one assist) in 11 appearances with the Canucks in 2021–22. Brisebois, a 24-year-old left-handed defenceman, appeared in 26 AHL games...
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Canucks place Nic Petan, Sheldon Dries on waivers

For the second straight day, there is waiver activity in the NHL as the Canucks announced that they’ve placed wingers Nic Petan and Sheldon Dries on waivers. The intention is for both players to report to Abbotsford of the AHL for the playoffs if they clear on Sunday. Both players had to be waived in order to be sent down as they’ve played in more than 10 NHL contests since last clearing waivers.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Waived by Vancouver

Dries was placed on waivers Saturday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports. Dries will head to AHL Utica in the highly likely event that he passes through waivers unclaimed. The 28-year-old forward picked up three points through 11 NHL appearances this season.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Puts away opening tally

Dries scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Kraken. Dries opened the scoring just 2:46 into the game on a feed from Oliver Ekman-Larsson. This was Dries' seventh straight appearance, and he's picked up three points and 13 shots on net in that span. The 28-year-old will likely finish the campaign in a fourth-line role.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Strikes on power play in win

Dries scored a power-play goal on four shots, added two hits and blocked two shots in Thursday's 7-1 win over the Coyotes. His first-period tally was the game-winner, and it was also Dries' first goal and point at the NHL level since the 2018-19 campaign. The 27-year-old has added five shots on net, four blocked shots and three hits in four appearances this season. He's expected to play bottom-six minutes for as long as he's in the lineup, so fantasy managers won't need to track his production closely.
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Canucks recall Sheldon Dries, reassign defenceman Jack Rathbone to Abbotsford

Rathbone didn’t get into any games after getting called up ahead of the road trip, as the club activated Kyle Burroughs ahead of Wednesday night’s matchup against the Vegas Golden Knights. Head coach Bruce Boudreau offered the following reasoning for why Rathbone didn’t get a look last night:...
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Emergency recall Thursday

Dries was called up from AHL Abbotsford under emergency conditions Thursday. Dries' promotion suggests there could be some undisclosed game-time decisions among the Canucks' forwards. Jack Rathbone was sent down to Abbotsford in a corresponding move. Dries has 10 NHL appearances over this year and the previous two seasons, but he has not earned a point in that span.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Demoted to taxi squad

Dries was reassigned from the active roster to the taxi squad Tuesday. Dries has averaged 9:35 of ice time -- 1:25 during the power play -- and been held without a point over two NHL appearances this season. He was demoted the same day J.T. Miller returned from the NHL's COVID-19 protocols.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Rises to active roster

Dries was promoted to the active roster from the taxi squad Friday, per CBS. Dries is expected to draw into a prominent role Friday, skating on the Canucks' second line and second power-play unit versus Florida. The 27-year-old forward will be making his Vancouver debut against the Panthers.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Summoned to taxi squad

Dries was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday. Dries will spend some time practicing with the big club while he's on the taxi squad. The 27-year-old has six points in 48 career NHL games over the last three seasons, but he's yet to make his Canucks debut.
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Canucks' Sheldon Dries: Lands on waivers

Dries was waived by Vancouver on Friday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Dries has appeared in eight NHL games over the past two seasons and figures to spend the bulk of the upcoming campaign in the AHL. Even when with the big club, he doesn't provide much if any fantasy value.
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