Bruce Bodreau’s deal with Canucks has multiple options

As the Vancouver Canucks season draws to a close and their playoff hopes fade, attention is shifting to the promise of another exciting off-season in Vancouver.

This will be the first off-season for the new management, led by Jim Rutherford, president of hockey operations, and Patrick Alvin, general manager. With only two significant trades on the trade deadline, many are wondering what lies ahead for the summer and beyond.

One of these problems surrounds head coach Bruce Boudreau, although he has built a solid .625 points percentage since joining the team in December.

Boudreau, 67, signed what was originally reported as a two-year deal but that agreement has a few sacrifices.

“He’s on a one-year contract and has an option for next year,” Elliott Friedman of Sportsnet said during the 32 Thoughts segment at Hockey Night in Canada. “No one will tell me exactly what it is, but I think I’ve put it together, and that is that Canucks has the option to keep it or not, but if they don’t, there’s a payment to go to Boudreau and also, Boudreau. There is an option not to come back and if that happens I don’t think he will get a paycheck but it will put him on the open market towards the end of the year. “

The Canucks (32-28-9) have 13 games left in their season. Their next game is against the Vegas Golden Knights on Sunday.

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