Vancouver has re-signed Chris Tanev with a one-year deal worth $1.5 million.
Chris Tanev, a restricted free agent with the Vancouver Canucks, has drawn interest from KHL clubs, and you get the impression Canuck general manager Steve Tambellini isn't trying to dissuade the defenseman from jumping.
Chris Tanev's agent, Ross Gurney, has revealed that his client is drawing interest from KHL clubs, but his focus is still returning to the Vancouver Canucks.
There haven't been any talks recently between restricted free agent Chris Tanev and the Vancouver Canucks.
The Vancouver Canucks' negotiations with restricted free agent Chris Tanev are moving slowly.
Chris Tanev's agent says the Vancouver Canucks extended a qualifying offer to his client Tuesday.
Chris Tanev has hired Vancouver-based agent Ross Gurney to help him negotiate a contract with the Vancouver Canucks.
Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault doesn't expect Chris Tanev to be available at the start of the playoffs.
Chris Tanev is still out indefinitely with what is believed to be a foot injury, according to coach Alain Vigneault.
The Vancouver Canucks announced Tuesday that Chris Tanev (leg) will be sidelined indefinitely.
Chris Tanev was out of the Vancouver lineup Monday with a leg injury.
Defenseman Chris Tanev of the Vancouver Canucks doesn't like the two-game suspension to teammate Alexander Edler for the hit he laid on Phoenix Coyotes' goaltender Mike Smith on Thursday night.
Chris Tanev was back in the Canucks' lineup against the Predators Thursday night.
Chris Tanev suffered what appeared to be a hand or arm injury during Sunday's game against the Minnesota Wild.