Troy Stecher’s closest comparable as he heads to arbitration is in Jim Benning’s family
http://images.glaciermedia.ca/polopoly_fs/1.23283764.1524858625!/fileImage/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/troy-stecher-chips-the-puck-around-the-glass-for-the-vancouver-canucks.jpgThe 2016-17 Canucks season was an ugly one, with few sources of positivity. One of those sources, however, was Troy Stecher. The young defenceman’s rookie season showed that he was ready to take on top-four minutes and potentially step into a major power play role.
That pleasant surprise was undercut by his sophomore season. While Stecher made good on his promise as a potential top-four defenceman, his offence took a step back and he never grabbed hold of a spot on the power play.