Canucks defense in limbo with absence of Keeper and Hamonic

Brady Keeper was hoping to make an impact with the Canucks, but is now out indefinitely.

By Josh Giles Writer The NHL preseason is quickly wrapping up, and there are a lot of question marks for the Vancouver Canucks. Specifically, on defense. The absence of Travis Hamonic and the huge injury to Brady Keeper has put the Canucks in a state of Limbo. Firstly, the news broke of Keeper who was stretchered off the ice during a Canucks ‘ practice. It appeared that he had a broken leg, and Pro Hockey Rumours confirmed that. “Some sources are reporting that Keeper suffered both a fractured tibia and fibula, while others have merely stuck with “broken leg” until an official confirmation from the Canucks. Either way, there is a chance that Keeper may not be able to return this season, especially since the fracture required surgery.” This is…

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