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, Last Updated: 8:04 AM ET

Another Vancouver Canucks' veteran won't return this fall.

The Mitsubishi DiamondVision installed above centre ice when General Motors Place opened in 1995 will be replaced by the Daktronics ProStar system.

Daktronics' four high-definition, light-emitting diode screens will have 300,000 pixels each. There will be four additional displays for scores, times and statistics.

The lower rim of GM Place's upper bowl will be outfitted with a 61-centimetre high, 290-metre circumference LED ribbon.

No dollar figure was given for the new system, developed by South Dakota's Daktronics. GM Place is the 20th NHL rink to use Daktronics' equipment.


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