Canucks re-sign O'Brien, Glass, Bolduc
The Vancouver Canucks made it official Monday that they've re-signed defenceman Shane O'Brien and forwards Tanner Glass and Alexandre Bolduc.
Contract terms weren't disclosed by the club, but reports last week said O'Brien accepted the Canucks' one-year qualifying offer of $1.6 million US, while Glass received a one-year contract for a guaranteed $625,000, and Bolduc got a deal for the NHL-minimum of $500,000, but will earn less if he spends time in the minor leagues.
O'Brien, 26, recorded eight points in 65 games last season, and led all Canucks defencemen with 112 hits.
Glass, 26, posted 11 points and 165 penalty minutes in 67 games.
Bolduc, 25, split last season between the Canucks and their AHL affiliate, the Manitoba Moose. He had no points and 13 penalty minutes in 15 games with Vancouver.