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Topic - Ryan Kesler
The 29-year-old Kesler is a standout two-way center who has spent his entire 10-season career in Vancouver, compiling six 20-goal seasons and 392 points while playing an agitating physical style. The two-time U.S. Olympian won the Selke Trophy in 2011 as the NHL's best defensive forward.
Despite a thin free agent class, a number of high-end centers could be on the move this offseason.
Nicklas Jensen probably won't be sent back to the minors anytime soon.
Alexandre Burrows knew the goals would come. He didn't expect it would take until March.
The New York Islanders' big comeback over the Vancouver Canucks in a seven-goal third period even caught them by surprise.
The Pittsburgh Penguins didn't go for the big splash at the trade deadline this time.
General manager Bob Murray is confident the Anaheim Ducks can win a Stanley Cup championship as currently constructed.
One national hockey writer likes Ryan Kesler to the Caps, should they make the call?
The Minnesota Wild were concerned how the Olympic break might affect their momentum.
The United States got off to a spectacular start in the Olympic men's hockey tournament with a 7-1 victory over Slovakia on Thursday.
Paul Stastny scored twice during a six-goal barrage in the second period, and the United States got off to a spectacular start in the Olympic men's hockey tournament with a 7-1 victory over Slovakia on Thursday.
Devin Setoguchi was hiding his face Friday night after his two goals lifted the Winnipeg Jets to a 4-3 win over the slumping Vancouver Canucks.
Nine days after Dustin Brown injured Vancouver's Roberto Luongo in a collision, the Los Angeles Kings captain knew he wore a virtual target throughout the rematch. He even had to fight Ryan Kesler, who will be his U.S. Olympic teammate in four weeks.
Daniel Sedin scored the winner in the third after helping to set up linemate Ryan Kesler's tying goal a few minutes earlier and the Canucks rallied to defeat the Washington Capitals 3-2.
Vancouver Canucks center Ryan Kesler has had hip surgery, the team said on Tuesday.
"It's better than getting blown out at home," Kesler said. "I thought we played hard for the guys in the room and finished on a high note."
According to TSN, Kesler met with new Vancouver GM Jim Benning last week and reiterated his desire to be traded (he reportedly requested a trade during the regular season, but denied it publically).