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06-11-2011, 02:57 AM
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sorry if I missed this, but what is Tanev's current salary and how many more years do we have him under his entry level contract for? thx
He's on his ELC and his salary is 900k for the next 2 years then he is an RFA in the '13/14 season according to CapGeek.com.

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sorry if I missed this, but what is Tanev's current salary and how many more years do we have him under his entry level contract for? thx
900k, 2 more years of entry level contract after this year.

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People still don't know about CapGeek?

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sorry, I'm a tad lazy and would rather get the info from you guys who know the stuff better than anyone else

I would be pretty happy with a bottom pairing of Rome and Tanev for next year.

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06-11-2011, 03:04 AM
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real test will be Monday at Boston.

if he can be as smart and steady like he did today...then WOW!

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the way he passes and slows the game down. 21 and plays like he's been in the league for 15yrs. he doesn't panic. he's like dan hamhuis, gets away from checks and finds the open man pretty well. thankyou dave gagner for finding a "gem" this summer he'll need to bulk up.

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06-11-2011, 03:39 AM
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Chris Freaking Tanev!

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06-11-2011, 05:36 AM
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Tanev compliments a higher-risk defenseman so well for his age - and we have lots of those, some more so on certain days. In my dreams I envision him displacing a guy like Rome, leaving Tanev, Hamhuis and Alberts to be the responsible anchors in our pairings.

Only problem is maybe this year he doesn't know any better, like many rookies before him. Hoping he has a great sophomore season.

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06-11-2011, 07:45 AM
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Don't understand why some here were mad that Tanev was getting the start last night. I was happy as ****, guy has nerves of steel (on the ice).

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Shoulda had the assist on the "first game winner". Right Tanner?

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If this was regular season I'd suggest he should play with Bieksa as a Hamhuis replacement, but at this point in the playoffs that would be a little much for him probably.
Down the road we have a great steady partner for a higher-risk d.

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06-11-2011, 08:45 AM
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sorry, I'm a tad lazy and would rather get the info from you guys who know the stuff better than anyone else

I would be pretty happy with a bottom pairing of Rome and Tanev for next year.
I see Ryan Parent pushing Rome for a roster spot next season.

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06-11-2011, 09:21 AM
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What a find!

As to people penciling him in to the roster: Could happen, but I think the coaching staff would push Parent and Sweatt ahead of Tanev for a few reasons:

1) The other players are older, and putting them on the main roster would give them their last shot at making the team permanently. If they don't, then they can be dealt or waived, and Tanev is there as the insurance.

2) Development of his offensive game is key. In the AHL, he'll be better able to round out that part of his game than in the NHL. Give him loads of time in the AHL to start the year and see where the Parent/Sweatt experiments take you.

3) There is a great opportunity to get Steve Montador onto the team. By adding him, they push Tanev down for his last year of development in the AHL and build overall franchise depth.

4) Utilize the ability to send him down while the MG has it.

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06-11-2011, 09:38 AM
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Makes up for that Oberg signing and Walsky... but seriously, if 1/3 of our FA signings turned out like this....

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06-11-2011, 10:01 AM
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Makes up for that Oberg signing and Walsky... but seriously, if 1/3 of our FA signings turned out like this....
Walsky and Oberg were the rough drafts before a masterful set last summer; we got Tanev, Volpatti, Lack and the Sweatt brothers as FA signings last year. A pretty damn good haul by GMMG.

What a game by Tanev. He doesn't make a big hit, or score a big goal, or have a big rush. He is just so calm and smart with the puck, somewhat akin to Dan Hamhuis for me.

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06-11-2011, 10:13 AM
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great game by Tanev last night. He only improves our quick transition game.

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Makes up for that Oberg signing and Walsky... but seriously, if 1/3 of our FA signings turned out like this....
It isn't as though the free agent signings cost the Canucks anything other than a contract - and when they didn't pan out they were able to either trade them (Oberg) or they left for Europe (Walsky) and if 1/3 draft picks worked out the Canucks would have the best drafting in the league by far.

That being said Tanev looks like a keeper and I am actually excited about Lack as well who seems to be developing nicely in the AHL. I look at these as free draft picks which is paying the dividends of having a revamped scouting staff.

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I couldn't believe the minutes AV was giving Tanev/Alberts in the last 10. Ridiculous confidence in the bottom pairing for game 5 SCF.

Way to go Tanev. I want him on the team next year.

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06-11-2011, 12:24 PM
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I couldn't believe the minutes AV was giving Tanev/Alberts in the last 10. Ridiculous confidence in the bottom pairing for game 5 SCF.

Way to go Tanev. I want him on the team next year.
I was thinking the same thing about Glass, but for very different reasons.


Tanev is one of those guys that you can't wait to see what he's going to turn into. I'll hold off for a season to make sure that this isn't some massive fluke (which I don't believe it is because he's staying this calm in the SCF) but I'd love to get a jersey with his name on it.

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06-11-2011, 12:31 PM
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Bieksa on Tanev: "He's so cool and calm he could have played with a cigarette in his mouth." #trudat #bringithome

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06-11-2011, 12:35 PM
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Don't understand why some here were mad that Tanev was getting the start last night. I was happy as ****, guy has nerves of steel (on the ice).
Me neither. If people don't realize by now that Ballard is ****ing terrible, they never will. So Ballard had a few good years in Phoenix and in Florida- great 0 pressure environments- being a top defenseman on a team that went nowhere. Clearly since moving to Vancouver he could either not handle being the sixth dog or the pressure of a real market. Guy does not have the mental make up to play a significant role for a winning team.

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06-11-2011, 12:40 PM
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Hold on a second now. Pierre McGuire said tonight Tanev's not good enough to hang with the big boys.

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06-11-2011, 12:47 PM
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I was thinking the same thing about Glass, but for very different reasons.


Tanev is one of those guys that you can't wait to see what he's going to turn into. I'll hold off for a season to make sure that this isn't some massive fluke (which I don't believe it is because he's staying this calm in the SCF) but I'd love to get a jersey with his name on it.
I was thinking the same, I think I may well do if he starts the year with the main team. Otherwise it'll be a Hansen one

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06-11-2011, 01:06 PM
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Me neither. If people don't realize by now that Ballard is ****ing terrible, they never will. So Ballard had a few good years in Phoenix and in Florida- great 0 pressure environments- being a top defenseman on a team that went nowhere. Clearly since moving to Vancouver he could either not handle being the sixth dog or the pressure of a real market. Guy does not have the mental make up to play a significant role for a winning team.
Ballard has been no worse this year than Kevin Bieksa was for the previous three seasons. The difference is this year the Canucks have alternate options, whereas before the club simply had to ride out Bieksa's struggles. One poor year does not make a career.

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IIRC Tanev has yet to take a minor penalty in the NHL. This guy at 21 has amazing upside potential. He will be a Canuck regular next season. Once he bulks up and adds offence to his game, he is going to be a hell of a player.

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