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Canucks Notebook: Young Stars Tourney Tix, Sad Day in Edmonton



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The Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Classic is back.

The Vancouver Canucks will start selling single game tickets and double header packages for the 2022 Young Stars Classic Friday morning at 10 am. The 9th edition of the tournament will take place at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton from Friday, September 16 to Monday, September 19.

In their announcement, the club featured these names as participants in the six-game event.

  • Vancouver Canucks Linus Karlsson, Danila Klimovich, Nils Åman, Arshdeep Bains
  • Calgary FlamesJeremie Poirier, Connor Zary, Rory Kerins, Adam Klapka
  • Edmonton OilersReid Schaefer, Xavier Bourgault, Dylan Holloway
  • Winnipeg JetsChaz Lucius, Brad Lambert, Daniel Torgersson, Simon Lundmark

Tickets can be purchased at, or in person at the Valley First Box Office at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

Around the Horn

Are the Philadelphia Flyers shopping for a pivot on the NHL trade market?

NHL sources tell Montreal Hockey Now that goalie Jake Allen is on the NHL trade block, and the Dallas Stars are poking around. Montreal Canadiens talk.

There’s a strong belief New York Islanders GM Lou Lamoriello has signed free agent centre Nazem Kadri and just hasn’t registered the deal. There could be four or more transactions coming down the pike. NYI Hockey Now has been breaking some stories.

— I still think the New Jersey Devils have an interest in acquiring Vancouver Canucks centre JT Miller.

Our Condolences

From the boss at HQ, we echo:

With a heavy heart, the National Hockey Now family wishes to thank the Stelter family for sharing little Ben with the world. Ben Stelter was a constant bright spot during the NHL playoffs as the Edmonton Oilers super fan supported the Oilers’ first playoff run in several years. In getting to hang with his heroes, he became one. Ben passed away Wednesday at just six years old after fighting cancer for the last two years.

We’ll leave it there.

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