Like the Tampa Bay Lightning did earlier today, the Vancouver Canucks have turned their attention to entry-level deals for CHL players. This time, it’s Kole Lind, the Canucks’ second-round pick from 2017 that has inked his three-year entry-level contract. GM Jim Benning shared his thoughts on Lind, who plays for the Kelowna Rockets in the WHL: Kole has had an outstanding season in Kelowna despite missing games due to illness and injury. We’ve been impressed not only with his high-end offensive skill but also in the way he battles, sees the ice and makes plays in the defensive end. We’re excited for him to continue his development and provide further forward depth for our organization.
Kole Lind Signs Entry-Level Contract With Vancouver Canucks
Pro Hockey Rumors | Mar 1