Luongo’s no-trade clause has an out clause

J.J. Guerrero

Founder and Executive Editor of Canucks Hockey Blog. Proud Canadian, hardcore Canucks fan. I would like nothing more than watching the Canucks win the Stanley Cup. Against the Leafs.

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  1. Vancan19 says:

    If Luongo turns out to as Stellar as Brodeur is at age 38, I would hate to see us get rid of him, especially because by that time, he will essentially have become the face of this organization for 1.5 decades, it’d be hard to see him not retire a Canuck.

  2. Vancan19 says:

    If Luongo turns out to as Stellar as Brodeur is at age 38, I would hate to see us get rid of him, especially because by that time, he will essentially have become the face of this organization for 1.5 decades, it’d be hard to see him not retire a Canuck.

  3. Vancan19 says:

    If Luongo turns out to as Stellar as Brodeur is at age 38, I would hate to see us get rid of him, especially because by that time, he will essentially have become the face of this organization for 1.5 decades, it’d be hard to see him not retire a Canuck.

  4. Trust me, if Luongo is still that stellar at age 38, the Canucks won’t get rid of him.

    Based on how Gillis phrased the statement, either the Canucks would have to be dissatisfied with Luongo’s play or Luongo would have to be dissatisfied with the Canucks’ lack of (playoff) success for either to exercise the clause.

  5. Trust me, if Luongo is still that stellar at age 38, the Canucks won’t get rid of him.

    Based on how Gillis phrased the statement, either the Canucks would have to be dissatisfied with Luongo’s play or Luongo would have to be dissatisfied with the Canucks’ lack of (playoff) success for either to exercise the clause.

  6. Trust me, if Luongo is still that stellar at age 38, the Canucks won’t get rid of him.

    Based on how Gillis phrased the statement, either the Canucks would have to be dissatisfied with Luongo’s play or Luongo would have to be dissatisfied with the Canucks’ lack of (playoff) success for either to exercise the clause.

  7. Ramzi says:

    i don’t think we should already be thinking of out clauses… just focus on the positive and not worry if things don’t turn out well… us canucks fans always have something negative to say… it’s not healthy…

  8. Ramzi says:

    i don’t think we should already be thinking of out clauses… just focus on the positive and not worry if things don’t turn out well… us canucks fans always have something negative to say… it’s not healthy…

  9. Ramzi says:

    i don’t think we should already be thinking of out clauses… just focus on the positive and not worry if things don’t turn out well… us canucks fans always have something negative to say… it’s not healthy…

  10. no. don’t let Luongo be out..

  11. There's no way the Canucks are getting rid of him! Focus on the positive!

  12. Great work with your blog. Tons of information. I'll keep checking for updates.

  13. Thanks for the tips. Interesting but looks like there is some hard work ahead for me!

  14. Wow, a 12 year contract! Even for $64 million that is too long. I wonder if the money will be given to him on an annual schedule.

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  17. Believe me, if Luongo is still the star of the 38-years in the Canucks do not get rid of him.

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  19. 12 years is a long time lol, hopefully there is an out clause :P

  20. great stuff thanks for sharing

  21. great stuff thanks for sharing

  22. great blog lot of useful information thank you a lot

  1. November 29, 2010

    […] years (after this year) with a no-trade clause. Mike Gillis mentioned that somewhere along the line there is a limited window that Luongo could be traded if he asked to be, but that is years away, the first such window after the Sedins’ contracts are […]

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