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According to the Zürcher Unterländer, Drew Shore will supposedly leave EHC Kloten with immediate effect and join the Vancouver Canucks for the rest of the season. As Yves Tardent (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) writes, the two parties have terminated their contract. 

Photo: PHOTOPRESS / Patrick Kraemer

Apparently, with Kloten securing their spot in the NLA, Shore is now free to leave and might already fly to Canada on Sunday. However, as this would be a transaction made after the trade deadline, Shore would not be eligible to play in the playoffs for the Canucks. However, the Canucks are currently ten points out of a wild card spot with 14 games left to play, so this might not be an issue anyway.

Drew Shore joined Kloten in summer 2016. In 53 games for the NLA team, he has scored 24 goals and 27 assists. His contract with Kloten expires this spring.

Last Update:  12 March 2017, 03:16 PM | mso/bsc

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