Botchford: Canucks need to make a trade


Other than goaltending, Vancouver can improve in pretty much all areas

When Jim Benning took control as the Canucks general manager, he expressed no appetite to idly watch this team crash and burn again. If the Canucks started drifting into oblivion, in a possible carbon copy of last season, and looked like they needed a trade, he planned on making one. Or two.
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