Stars remain interested in Hamhuis, but after Russell trade Dallas needs Vancouvers asking price to drop to make it work.
The Score "A new contender appears to have emerged in the Dan Hamhuis sweepstakes. ESPN's Pierre LeBrun is reporting that the Washington Capitals have "kicked the tires" on Hamhuis, who's considered the No. 1 defenseman available in the rental market. Fuelling speculation, at least on the part of the..." February 29
Told that the Washington Capitals have kicked tires on Dan Hamhuis...
Stars remain dialed in on Russell and Hamhuis. Highly unlikely, but is it possible to land both? Too early to rule anything out.
The Score "The Dallas Stars are reportedly looking to fix their biggest weakness. The team is interested in Vancouver Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis, according to Sportsnet's Dan Murphy. Hamhuis has a no-trade clause, but, according to Murphy, the Stars are a club he'd be interested in joining." February 27
The Score "The Chicago Blackhawks seem to be shifting their focus away from Vancouver Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis. While the Blackhawks are interested in adding depth to their blue line, the team's interest in Hamhuis has "cooled considerably," according to TSN's Bob McKenzie." February 27
Second City Hockey "The Chicago Blackhawks have "serious interest" in Radim Vrbata and Dan Hamhuis of the Vancouver Canucks, reports TSN's Farhan Lalji. The Hawks are expected to be active buyers before the NHL trade deadline on Feb. 29 and appear to be casting a wide net for targets before then. Vrbata and..." February 25
Dan Hamhuis tells me he/agent has not been asked to waive no trade clause. That being said, he and family are discussing options.
The Score "With defenseman Dan Hamhuis widely expected to be dealt by the Vancouver Canucks before the trade deadline, it appears the team has yet to have any serious discussions on a deal. Hamhuis said Tuesday the team hasn't asked him or his agent about waiving his no-trade clause, reports Jay Janower..." February 23
Hamhuis back next game, hence Weber being made available.
NHL.com "Vancouver Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis is expected to be out at least two months after surgery Friday to repair a facial fracture, coach Willie Desjardins told the Canucks website. Hamhuis was injured when he was hit in the face by a shot by the New York Rangers' Dan Boyle " December 12
CBC Sports "The Vancouver Canucks have a big void to fill on their blue-line after Dan Hamhuis suffered a facial fracture when he took a slapshot to the face in Wednesday night's 2-1 win over the visiting New York Rangers. Hamhuis, who has four assists and a plus-7 rating in 27 games this season while..." December 10
CBS Sports "There was an awfully scary moment in Vancouver on Wednesday night when Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis struggled to get off the ice after being hit in the face with a slap shot in a game against the New York Rangers. The veteran blueliner was bleeding profusely from his face and mouth on his way to..." December 10
The Score "The Vancouver Canucks will be without defenseman Dan Hamhuis for at least the next two games. Hamhuis, who missed Tuesday's game against Montreal with a lower-body injury, will not be heading out on a road trip to Dallas and Arizona, the club announced. Instead, he will remain at home to be..." October 28
Pro Hockey Talk "Vancouver will get back a key piece of its defensive core on Friday in Carolina. Dan Hamhuis, who’s missed the last 21 games with a groin tear, will draw back into the lineup tomorrow when the Canucks take on the ‘Canes at PNC. (Note: Technically, Hamhuis will miss a 22nd game tonight, as he..." January 15
#Canucks Hamhuis update (sort of) : has been skating and "pushing" his lower body injury. Still hopes to play before NHL all star break.
Vancouver Sun "There was a time, even after he made the National Hockey League, when cerebral Dan Hamhuis regularly displayed his rock-em-sock-em side. He grew up in Smithers as a shift disturber, a defenceman who hit every player he could in minor hockey. He brought that physical game to the Western Hockey..." October 16
Pro Hockey Talk "Dan Hamhuis will be back in the Vancouver Canucks lineup as they hope to snap their six-game losing streak against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday. Hamhuis has missed the past three games, but skated at practice today in Toronto and said he’s ready to play as Luke Fox of Sportsnet..." February 07
Gillis on Hamhuis injury: "It depends on the next couple of days. He has a soft-tissue injury and that (concussion) is not the problem."
Vancouver Sun "Marty Hamhuis hasn't slept the same since his son, Dan, returned to his home province 3½ years ago to play hockey for the Vancouver Canucks. “Since he became a Canuck, I have to get out of bed an hour earlier every day just to talk hockey with people,” Mr. Hamhuis laughed Tuesday. “Everybody is..." January 08
Vancouver Sun "Dan Hamhuis won the lottery. But it’s the Vancouver Canucks’ power play that needs to cash in. With a rare man-advantage goal in Tuesday’s 3-2 shootout loss to the Phoenix Coyotes, the Canucks will stick for now with coach John Tortorella’s new power-play formation. It looks a lot like one of..." November 07
Vancouver Sun "A member of the Vancouver Canucks and his wife have donated $100,000 toward the construction of a new house to accommodate the families of children seeking medical treatment. The donation by Dan and Sarah Hamhuis will help build the new 73-room Ronald McDonald House BC on the grounds of BC..." September 27
Vancouver Sun "While most of his locked-out teammates had long since left the ice Tuesday, Vancouver Canuck defenceman Dan Hamhuis was on another sheet at UBC's Thunderbird Arena diligently doing drills with skating coach Barb Aidelbaum. Hamhuis is considered one of the smoother skaters on the Canucks, if not..." September 20
Vancouver Province "With many members of the Vancouver Canucks not playing well early this season there is no shortage of targets to fault for the team's traditional dismal start under this coaching staff. Roberto Luongo could be playing better and certainly so could Mikael Samuelsson, Marco Sturm, Jannik Hansen..." October 20
Vancouver Province "No one this side of Roberto Luongo is a more divisive figure on the Vancouver Canucks than Kevin Bieksa. Fans often want his head. Local reporters and club supporters, those are the friendly critics. Around the league he's despised by many opponents. Remember Ben Eager calling Bieksa a..." July 13
Vancouver Province "For the Canucks, this is what really matters: When Kevin Bieksa is with Dan Hamhuis and they're crackling along the boards, rigid around the net and sailing the puck out of trouble, they are the best all-purpose pairing the Canucks have had in a long time. As much as possible, the Canucks need..." June 28
Vancouver Sun "Dan Hamhuis doesn't like the spotlight, which is great except for the Vancouver Canuck part. Probably he doesn't like rain, lattes or bike lanes, either, but here he is playing for a Stanley Cup in his home province. In Nashville, the defenceman played behind Shea Weber and Ryan Suter. In..." May 31
Vancouver Province "A reserved demeanour suggests Dan Hamhuis seldom gets excited. He is now. Really. Honestly. The Vancouver Canucks defenceman prefers anonymity and allows others to command the spotlight. That's the way the Smithers native is wired. If you want to know why Kevin Bieksa is hogging headlines by..." May 26
Vancouver Province "If you're so inclined, you can question Vancouver GM Mike Gillis when he says earnestly he would do the Keith Ballard trade again — in a heartbeat. But you can't question the defence he's constructed, the one many see as a potential scales-tipper in the Western Conference final. Gillis said..." May 15
Vancouver Province "Led, as usual, by the pairing of Kevin Bieksa and Dan Hamhuis, the Canucks defence shut down the Predators one final time here on Monday night busted open the door to the third round of the NHL playoffs. The defence partnership of Bieksa and Hamhuis, as they have all season long, played against..." May 10
Vancouver Sun "If Ryan Kesler was the Vancouver Canucks' Superman in their playoff series win over the Nashville Predators, then Kevin Bieksa and Dan Hamhuis were their Dynamic Duo. Much was made before and during the series about the Predators' shutdown defensive pairing of Shea Weber and Ryan Suter. But..." May 10
Vancouver Province "They aren't the Chicago Blackhawks. They don't touch psychological and competitive nerves quite like the dethroned Stanley Cup champions, who sparked a war of words off the ice and a war of wits on it with the Vancouver Canucks, while providing bulletin-board material during an epic seven-game..." April 28
Vancouver Sun "Vancouver Canucks defenceman Dan Hamhuis is soft-spoken, thoughtful and — sorry about this, Dan — not very animated in his sessions with the media. So despite much poking and prodding Wednesday, Hamhuis wasn't going to give us much on meeting his old team, the Nashville Predators, in the..." April 28
Vancouver Province "When the curtain came crashing down last spring, Sami Salo was struggling to find his stride with searing testicle pain after being struck by a puck, Alex Edler was lost to an ankle injury and Willie Mitchell was sidelined by post-concussion syndrome. Kevin Bieksa and Andrew Alberts couldn't..." April 12
Vancouver Province "With Dan Hamhuis skating on his own, the second step in the protocol regarding concussions, Mike Gillis hopes the defenceman will be ready for Game 1 of the playoffs, if not Saturday's final regular-season game. "Dan Hamhuis is doing very well," the Canucks general manager said on Wednesday..." April 07
Vancouver Province "Dan Hamhuis was introduced to the crowd here early in the first period and he waved amicably to his many fans. And it turns out he had reason to be feeling chipper. Hamhuis said Tuesday night he feels "fine," has no particular symptoms and is not in the least bit sensitive to light. "I feel..." March 30
Vancouver Province "They found a way to win, but lost another key player. Already playing musical centres with the loss of Manny Malhotra to a season-ending eye injury, the Vancouver Canucks suffered another blow Sunday when defenceman Dan Hamhuis suffered his second concussion since Feb. 9 — and the fourth of his..." March 28
Vancouver Sun "Vancouver Canuck defenceman Dan Hamhuis, who missed five games in February because of a concussion suffered on an end-boards hit, escaped with just a scare Saturday afternoon when he was checked from behind by Los Angeles King Alexei Ponikarovsky. Ponikarovsky shoved the back of Hamhuis's head,..." March 06
Vancouver Sun ""We're sitting here talking about practice. Not a game, not a game, not a game. But we're talking about practice, man. How silly is that?" Basketball star Allen Iverson's greatest failure is he played the wrong sport. The Vancouver Canucks would have been perfect for the guard who famously..." February 22
Vancouver Province "Dan Hamhuis didn't make it to the Canucks' Dice & Ice Benefit fundraiser on Thursday night and you can bet the NHL club won't be gambling on his health, either. Hamhuis was hit in what some Canucks players were calling a reckless hit by Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf during the third period of..." February 11
Vancouver Province "An unusually bad start for the Canucks was eclipsed by what many believe was a bad hit. With time to let up, Ryan Getzlaf chose instead to drill Dan Hamhuis into the boards with a third-period hit which blotted out the Canucks' first home regulation loss in nearly two months like an..." February 11
Vancouver Sun "No one went after Ryan Getzlaf when his third-period hit left Vancouver defenceman Dan Hamhuis laying flat on the ice. And coach Alain Vigneault didn't seem to have a problem with that. "This is a physical game," Vigneault said after Wednesday night's 4-3 loss to the Anaheim Ducks. "When we..." February 11
ESPN "Star center Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks won't face any supplemental league discipline for his hit Wednesday night on Vancouver Canucks blue-liner Dan Hamhuis, a source told ESPN.com. Hamhuis left early in the third period after his head bounced hard off the end glass following a shoulder..." February 10
Vancouver Province "Mike Gillis got hot under the collar describing how the NHL shouldn't tolerate the apparent slew-foot by Milan Michalek on Monday that sidelined Keith Ballard up to a month with a knee sprain. His coach didn't go one better Wednesday because he claimed not to see an endboards hit by Ryan Getzlaf..." February 10