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Canucks' Tanner Pearson: Out for season finale

Pearson (personal) will not play in Wednesday's regular-season finale versus the Flames, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Pearson will finish the 2020-21 campaign with 18 points, 110 shots on net and 54 hits in 51 appearances. His absence Wednesday is due to a family matter -- with no injury involved, he will likely be fine at the start of the 2021-22 campaign.
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Canucks' Tanner Pearson: Manages assist in win

Pearson produced an assist and three hits in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Oilers. Pearson set up Brock Boeser for an insurance tally at 15:35 of the third period. The 28-year-old Pearson hasn't been much of a playmaker this season -- he has only 10 goals and six assists in 44 contests despite often working in a top-six role. The winger has added 96 shots on net, 51 hits and 26 PIM this year.
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Two late Tanner Pearson goals lift Canucks over Leafs

Tanner Pearson scored the tiebreaking and game-clinching goals less than four minutes apart in the third period Tuesday night as the host Vancouver Canucks dumped the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-3. Pearson put Vancouver (18-18-3, 39 points) ahead 4-3 at 9:48 with a man-advantage tally. He pounced on the rebound of...

Canucks' Tanner Pearson: Lifted from IR

Pearson (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Sunday. Pearson is expected to make his first appearance since March 17 as the Canucks take the ice in a game for the first time since March 24. The 28-year-old Pearson has averaged 16:33 of ice time this year, recording six goals and five assists through 33 games.

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"I'm excited. I want to play." - Canucks forward Tanner Pearson met with the media to discuss his contract extension and returning to play.

Tanner Pearson on his contract extension, Canucks return to play

Former Canuck Dixon Ward talks about the tough position that the Canucks players have been put in, and JT Miller goes off on the NHL’s post-outbreak scheduling during a meeting with the media. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or […]

Vancouver Canucks sign Tanner Pearson to 3-year, $9.75M extension

The Vancouver Canucks, whose season is on pause amid a coronavirus outbreak on the team, have signed forward Tanner Pearson to a three-year, $9.75 million contract extension, general manager Jim Benning announced Thursday. The Canucks also announced that No. 1 goaltender Thatcher Demko will make $25 million on his five-year...
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Report: Canucks, Tanner Pearson agree to three-year, $9.75M extension

The Vancouver Canucks have maintained for the entire season that they would like to sign pending unrestricted free agent Tanner Pearson to an extension, and that finally appears to be coming true. Though no formal announcement has been made yet, Thomas Drance of The Athletic reports all the details on the pending agreement. The three-year contract extension will carry an average annual value of $3.25M and is back-loaded in terms of salary structure. The deal will also include a full no-trade clause in 2021-22 and a seven-team no-trade clause in 2022-23.

Canucks commit to another veteran in re-signing Tanner Pearson

Tanner Pearson is set to be a Vancouver Canuck for another three years. The National Hockey League team announced Thursday that the veteran winger has signed a contract extension that will run for three seasons, through the end of the 2023-24 season, paying him an average of $3.25 million per season (all figures in U.S. dollars).
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Re-signing Tanner Pearson was a fatal mistake by the Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks’ salary cap constraints will likely result in another missed playoff appearance next season, and re-signing pending UFA Tanner Pearson might have been the final nail in that coffin. The team extended Pearson yesterday to a three-year deal that pays him $3.25 million per season, which means that...
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Canucks: Love it or hate it, Tanner Pearson is here to stay

The Vancouver Canucks have re-signed left-winger Tanner Pearson to a new three-year contract extension worth an average annual value of $3.25 million. You would think that the signing of a proven top-six forward with a Stanley Cup ring on his finger would excite the fans of the Canucks — especially at a 500,000 pay cut — but that wasn’t exactly the case yesterday when the deal went through.

Report: Vancouver Canucks ink forward Tanner Pearson to three-year contract extension

The Vancouver Canucks have reportedly signed forward Tanner Pearson to a three-year contract extension with an AAV of $3.25-million. TSN’s Darren Dreger was first to report the terms of the deal. According to The Athletic’s Thomas Drance, the deal is backloaded and includes some signing bonus in the third year, but has no formal expansion protection.