Christopher Tanev RUMORS & NEWS

  • Flames sign Chris Tanev to 4-year, $18M deal

    TSN "The Calgary Flames signed defenceman Chris Tanev to a four-year, $18 million contract on Friday night. The 30-year-old scored two goals and recorded 20 points in 69 games this past season with the Vancouver Canucks. " October 10

  • Penguins likely to pursue Canucks' Chris Tanev if he tests market

    PensBurgh "The Penguins are about to lose one right handed defenseman in free agency in a little more than two weeks when Justin Schultz hits the open market. Accordingly, they will need a replacement. Chad Ruhwedel is nice as a depth player, but probably not a..." September 22

  • Chris Tanev hopes to be part of Canucks’ future as tough decisions loom

    Sportsnet "When the Vancouver Canucks’ end-of-season player media availabilities started on Thursday, captain Bo Horvat and veteran defenceman Chris Tanev shared a video call. But they may never share another game as teammates. That sounds dramatic, but it’s also the..." September 11

  • Five highlights of the most remarkable day of NHL playoff action ever

    The Sports Daily "Heading into the Stanley Cup Playoff qualifiers, not even National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman would have predicted how remarkable the intensity of hockey was on Friday. We had six elimination games spread out the entire day. Yes, back in the 1980’s the NHL had several..." August 08

  • Chris Tanev hopes to stay with Quinn Hughes, Canucks "Christopher Tanev said he is hoping to be teammates with Quinn Hughes on the Vancouver Canucks well beyond this season. "I'd love to stay here and play with Quinn as long as I'm able to," Tanev said Tuesday. "I think we played great together when..." July 08

  • Pending UFA Chris Tanev feels at home with Canucks, hopes to stay

    Sportsnet "The only kids Chris Tanev has are the ones on his hockey team, so the Vancouver Canucks defenceman has felt a little like an empty-nester during the National Hockey League shutdown. Elias Pettersson went home to Sweden, Quinn Hughes to Michigan and Brock..." June 06