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Canucks are said to be open to the Halák exchange –


Vancouver Canucks are open for replacement Jaroslav Halák. Chris Johnston of the Toronto Star reported on Monday.

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Halák needs to catch just two games to activate a performance bonus in a one-year $ 1.25 million contract for catching ten matches this season.

The Bratislava native has a 1-4-2 balance this season with an average of 2.59 goals collected per match and a 91.5% success rate. If you kept it above 90.5% at the end of the season, you would get another bonus – $ 250,000.

So if Vancouver didn’t replace Halak, he might have to count up to $ 1.5 million in his salary budget next season.

Halák has a non-exchangeability clause in the contract, so he decides on his own destiny.

Thatcher Demko is currently a unique Canucks unit, having caught 27 matches. He covered 92% of the shots in them. The club has Spencer Martin in the taxi line and young Michael DiPietre in the AHL.

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