His goal against Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick tied the score at 2–2 in the third period, en route to a 4–2 Canucks win.  The Canucks were then eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks the following round for the second consecutive year.  Bieksa finished the playoffs with three goals and eight points in 12 games to lead team defencemen in scoring.  Bieksa skates at a Canucks practice Following the defensive acquisitions of Keith Ballard and Dan Hamhuis in the off-season, Bieksa was once again involved in trade rumours. Despite being several million dollars over the salary cap, General Manager Mike Gillis asserted after signing Hamhuis that the Canucks were "keeping Bieksa. " During the 2010–11 season, Bieksa's offensive production decreased, but he was lauded by the media and Head Coach Alain Vigneault for improving his defensive game.
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 Bieksa finished his first full professional season with 12 goals and 39 points in 80 games. He was chosen as the AHL Rookie of the Month for March after recording two goals, 11 points and a +11 rating in 13 games and was named to the AHL All-Rookie Team after his first full professional season.  His 39 points broke Kirill Koltsov's team mark of 32 for points by a defenceman, set the previous season.  Canucks Assistant General Manager Steve Tambellini lauded Bieksa for his quick adjustment and development from college hockey to the AHL.  During the campaign, he was given the nickname "Juice" by Moose goaltender Alex Auld, a moniker that continued into his NHL career with the Canucks. Bieksa described the origin of the nickname as a "funny story that's been escalated to the point where it's bigger than it should be" and was based around him "drinking juice.
 He earned an honourable mention to the All-CCHA Team and received the Falcons' Howard Brown Award as the coaches' selection for best player.  Manitoba Moose Following his college career, Bieksa signed an amateur tryout contract with the Manitoba Moose, the Canucks' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, on March 24, 2004.  During his tryout, he was involved in an off-ice incident with teammate Fedor Fedorov. According to then-Canucks General Manager Brian Burke, several Moose players had gone out together when Bieksa accidentally spilled Fedorov's beer. Bieksa apologized and offered to buy him another beer, but Fedorov challenged him to a fight outside of the establishment which Bieksa won with one punch.
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 Having played the final year of his existing contract, Bieksa addressed his pending unrestricted free agency by telling the media he was ready to re-sign for less than market value in order to remain with the Canucks.  Shortly thereafter, on June 27, 2011, Bieksa signed a five-year, $23 million contract extension.  The deal came with a no-trade clause and was reported to be front-loaded, with Bieksa making $7 million in his first year, followed by $4. 5 million, $5 million, $4 million and $2.
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Bieksa was chosen by Falcons fans as the recipient of the W. G. Grinder's Grinder Award and was a co-recipient of the team's Jim Ruehl Award as the best defensive player with Jordan Sigalet.  He was also given his first of two consecutive honourable mentions as a CCHA All-Academic.  Playing in his fourth and final college season in 2003–04, he scored seven goals and 22 points in 38 games, while leading his team in shots on goal.
Ducks. From the 2021–22 season he served as assistant coach for the Fairmont Preparatory Academy Huskies.  Bieksa also joined KO sports, a boutique ice hockey agency, as Elite Defensemen Mentorship. He was joined by former teammate Ryan Kesler who joined as Elite Forward Mentorship.  Personal life Bieksa was born in Grimsby, Ontario, on June 16, 1981, to Al Bieksa and Angela Lombardo.
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