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In a recent interview, former Boston Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk discusses the NHL Trade Market and the reasons behind his selection of the Vancouver Canucks as the first overall pick. A year ago, after playing for seven seasons in the black and gold jackets, DeBrusk was the subject of trade rumors.

It was frequently discussed whether his contract would be extended or whether he would sign with another NHL team. Canucks, however, continued to be among the fiercest rivals in DeBrusk’s trade market and signed him to a $7-year, $38.5 million contract in the end.

Compared to his deal with Boston, which was for a 2-year AAV of $4 million, his current contract offers him $5.5 million yearly, a substantial increase. The Canucks felt he was a key component to finishing their squad for the 2024–25 campaign after his 19 goals and 40 points in 80 games the previous season.

Furthermore, given that DeBrusk is currently 27 years old, the Canucks have signed him within his peak. He responded, “They were very aggressive” in their approach and both parties were interested in the trade when asked why he choose the Vancouver Canucks as his next team.

We were conversing and such, and I had a really positive vibe about them. It seemed like things will hopefully move in the right route. Jake DeBrusk according to Clutch Points’ Tristin McKinstry.
Now that he has a higher contract and a guaranteed role in an NHL team, DeBrusk acknowledges that he feels “lucky and fortunate to be in that position.” Given the high mental pressure involved, he characterized the free agency as “pretty intense.” Fortunately, DeBrusk discovered his “stability,” something “I’ve never had.”

Patrik Allvin, general manager of the Canucks, has great hopes for Jake DeBrusk.
Jake DeBrusk’s time with the Boston Bruins has over, but since joining the Vancouver Canucks, he has emerged as one of their most important players. Unless head coach Rick Tocchet decides differently, Canucks general manager Patrik Allvin thinks he can start alongside Elias Pettersson.

DeBrusk is a “responsible two-way guy,” in Allvin’s opinion, and the squad will benefit from his “versatility” and “speed.” He observes,

Based on my observations throughout the years, Jake has demonstrated a consistent ability to improve during the playoffs. Jake DeBrusk according to Clutch Points’ Tristin McKinstry.

The 2024–25 regular season games will show how the signing turned out. DeBrusk thanked the players, staff, and fans on his Instagram account for their support throughout the years in a poignant message he sent after signing with the Canucks.

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