Vancouver Canucks: 5 Worst Free-Agent Signings in Team History

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Vancouver Canucks: 5 Worst Free-Agent Signings in Team History
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On the heels of the Canucks' recent signing of oft-injured forward Marco Sturm to a one-year, $2.25 million contract (a contract many Canucks fans are shaking their heads at), it is time to once again take a look at some of the more egregious free agent signings in team history.

Side note: Yes, I understand it's too early to call Sturm a bust, but nevertheless, the facts are astounding. He has played a total of 130 games since 2008 (for three different teams, mind you), and with this Canucks team that came oh-so-close to lifting the coveted silver chalice last June, anything less than a championship next year will not sit well among what has become an insatiable Vancouver fanbase.

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