Canucks bringing a pair of Indigenous players into the season

Brady Keeper is a great under-the-radar pick up for the Vancouver Canucks and will certainly work to make his impact felt with the team.

By Josh Giles Writer With NHL training camps underway, the Vancouver Canucks have a pair of Indigenous defence men to add to their depth. Travis Hamonic is coming back, and Brady Keeper will be making his way from Florida. With both players hailing from Manitoba, there’s no doubt they’re happy to be a little closer to home. Vancouver announced Hamonic had been signed to a two-year $3 million contract. While with the Canucks last season, Hamonic recorded 10 points in 39 games. Impressive enough to be a trade target at the deadline, but his wanting to stay in Western Canada near home has been well known. Hamonic is a talented defender and enjoyed his time so much with the Canucks that he plans to spend another couple of seasons with…

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