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Rotowire: Feb 28 / 12:16p ET
News: McMillan was placed on waivers Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Impact: McMillan continued to practice with the Canucks after the transaction was announced, so there's a chance he could remain with the club even after he clears waivers Sunday. The team was likely motivated to make the move in an attempt to free up salary cap space ahead of Monday's trade deadline.
Rotowire: Feb 12 / 10:45a ET
News: McMillan was claimed off waivers by the Canucks on Thursday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Impact: McMillan will give the Canucks an extra healthy body at forward while Nick Bonino (foot) and Brad Richardson (ankle) remain unavailable. Don't expect the Canucks to use McMillan in any more than third- or fourth-line role, where he had slotted in during his stay with Coyotes. The 24-year-old has produced only three points in 50 games this season.
Rotowire: Feb 11 / 9:47a ET
News: The Coyotes placed McMillan on waivers Wednesday,
Impact: The team previously placed McMillan on waivers earlier in January, but he ended up sticking around with the Coyotes after clearing. Even if he does stay with Arizona this time around, McMillan won't have an inside track on a regular lineup spot. The team claimed Mark Arcobello from the Penguins on Wednesday, and he'll effectively replace McMillan in the lineup for the games to come.