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Canucks players all smiles as they hit the ice for the first time since April

Pictured left (Nils Hoglander) Pictured right (Filip Hronek)

September has arrived, and with that begins the next chapter in Canucks hockey. The team is back in full swing with training camp just around the corner.

The team took the ice today (Sept. 5) for their first practice since their 2022-23 campaign concluded. This included several key veterans as well as some brand new faces that have recently joined the Canucks.

Quinn Hughes, JT Miller, Andrei Kuzmenko, Nils Hoglander and more have also returned to the ice today.

As we've all been waiting for. The long awaited return of the classic Kuzy smile.

The Canucks have even welcomed some new faces to the team. Carson Soucy was acquired from Seattle as a free agent during the off-season, and Filip Hronek was acquired from Detroit.

Also joining the team in the offseason, Teddy Blueger and Matt Irwin have taken to the ice to practice with the team.

Blueger was obtained from the Vegas Golden Knights, and Irwin was acquired from the Washington Capitals.

Canucks training camp officially kicks off in Victoria on September 21, and will take place through September 25th.

All five days of on-ice Training Camp sessions will be hosted at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, home of the Western Hockey League's Victoria Royals.

Will the Canucks make the 2023-24 playoffs?

  • Yes

  • No

  • Unsure



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