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“Someone That Works Hard”: Bold Statements Given by NHL Star After a Practice Session With His New Team

Published 02/06/2023, 4:30 PM EST

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Anthony Beauvillier, formerly of the Islanders, begins his journey with the Canucks as the NHL world discusses Bo Horvat’s trade. The move has made the left winger very delighted, and he is looking forward to starring yet again in the NHL.

The NHL superstar, now 25 years old, describes his first experience at the practice. The interview was posted on YouTube by Glovey McGlovin. Additionally, he sends a strong message to the Vancouver Canucks supporters, who would now have no reason to doubt Beauvillier.

New team and new hopes for the same NHL season


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This NHL season has been a rough one for the Vancouver Canucks. They are currently in sixth place in the Pacific Division and need to win a lot of games to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Canucks fans and the team’s management are excited about the upcoming transfer, despite the trade of captain Bo Horvat. They have a major objective ahead of them. The Canucks got some good news when they acquired forwards Anthony Beauvillier and Aatu Raty from the New York Islanders.

In the interview, Beauvillier says, “I feel like I’m trying to give my best every night and work hard and you know someone that works hard and wants to win. So I’m definitely a competitor and I’m gonna try show that today to the fans and for the team.”


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New York Islanders winger Anthony Beauvillier, who was chosen by the team in 2015, has appeared in a total of 102 games with the club. The 25-year-old isn’t particularly stunned by the high-profile deal and instead looks forward to future challenges. For the time being, he is pumped to play for the Canucks, and he is motivated to prove himself worthy of the support he has received thus far.

Fans reacting to his first practice session with the Canucks

According to his interview responses, the winger is enjoying his time with the Canucks. But his Islanders’ fans have gathered in the comments to wish him well on his new venture. Here are some comments to prove it.

“Isles fan. Lots of luck Beau. Will miss you. You’re ot goal in game six will not be forgotten.”


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“Best of luck beau. Ty for all the Islanders memories. Take good care of him. Vancouver.”

“Hope he keeps his head up and his feet moving….Vancouver is a huge ‘Hockey’ town”

The new Beau positivity rubs off.”


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Rahul Goutam Hoom

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Rahul Goutam Hoom is a US Sports writer for EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Master's in Mass Communication and Journalism from Birla Global University. Rahul does photography and gaming during his leisure hours and likes to watch anime.

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