Report: Canucks receive multiple offers for Lack, Sabres most interested
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Much of the goaltending chatter this week has centered on New York Rangers goaltender Cam Talbot and the Ottawa Senators duo of Craig Anderson and Robin Lehner, but teams are also showing interest in what the Vancouver Canucks have to offer.
The Canucks have been looking to move backup goaltender Eddie Lack this offseason and they have received multiple offers, according to TSN's Aaron Ward.
Lack carried the Canucks this season after the team's No. 1 netminder Ryan Miller went down with an injury. With the improved play of Jacob Markstrom in the American Hockey League, the team looks set to move Lack to capitalize on his breakout season.
Lack went 18-13-4 in 41 games with a .921 save percentage and a 2.45 goals-against average.
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