Up front, it will likely be that rookie, Mason Raymond, will step into the role with the twins to start the season. Raymond had one hell of a camp and worked his way onto the 23-man (or 24) roster to start the season. He could end up being a bit of a sleeper if the gamble pays off.
|Daniel Sedin||Henrik Sedin||Markus Naslund|
|Matt Cooke||Brendan Morrison||Taylor Pyatt|
|Byron Ritchie||Ryan Kesler||Trevor Linden|
|Jeff Cowan||Ryan Shannon||Alexandre Burrows|
|Brad Isbister||Mason Raymond|
|Kevin Bieksa||Sami Salo|
|Mattias Ohlund||Lukas Krajicek|
|Willie Mitchell||Aaron Miller|
|Alexander Edler||Nathan McIver|
Even at a 24-man roster, the Canucks salary cap number is well below the max. They are approximately sitting at $46.5 million against the cap, which leaves them plenty of room for a high-profile free agent come the end of the year, if need be.
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