Virtanen is expected to draw into the Canucks lineup for Game 2.
There is no word on who he will replace in the lineup but the Canucks reportedly have a couple of players banged up. In addition to Virtanen, Loui Eriksson will also enter the lineup on Tuesday. The 23-year-old winger had 36 points (18G / 18A) in 69 regular-season games.
Virtanen (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Virtanen missed the Canucks morning skate because he isn't feeling well and will be a game-time decision vs. the Senators. Even if Virtanen can't play, Antoine Roussel will make his season debut so they won't be left entirely shorthanded.
Source: @Canucks 12/3/19, 2:39 pm EST
Virtanen (lower-body) will return to the Canucks lineup on Thursday.
Virtanen has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury but will play tonight in Nashville. Virtanen will replace Sven Baertschi and has 15 goals and 10 assists in 68 games the season.
Source: @Canucks 04/4/19, 1:39 pm EST
Virtanen will return to the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Virtanen has been out since February 13th, missing a total of 10 games due to injury. He will be back in the lineup vs. Vegas and is expected to skate on the first line and second power-play unit.
Source: @Canucks 03/9/19, 2:51 pm EST
Virtanen (undisclosed) has been moved to IR; will not play Saturday.
Virtanen was scratched from the lineup on Thursday and will be moved to IR so they can call up the newly acquired Ryan Spooner on Saturday.
Source: Ed Willes 02/16/19, 2:21 pm EST
Virtanen (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Source: Dan Murphy 02/14/19, 9:40 pm EST
Virtanen (back spasms) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Virtanen left Tuesday’s practice early with back spasms but he was on the ice for Wednesday’s morning skate and is expected to play vs. the Flames. Tim Schaller is expected to be a healthy scratch.
Virtanen left Tuesday’s practice with back spasms; questionable for Wednesday’s season opener.
With Virtanen leaving practice on Tuesday, Brendan Leipsic played in his spot on the power-play and Tyler Motte drew in on the third line. The former No.6 overall pick is questionable for tomorrow’s game vs. the Flames, but doesn’t carry a lot of fantasy upside thanks to a limited offensive role in the Canucks’ lineup.
The Canucks inked Jake Virtanen to a two-year extension worth $2.5M ($1.25M AAV).
Virtanen will be back in the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Ben Kuzma 01/23/18, 3:10 pm EST
Virtanen will be a healthy scratch Saturday in San Jose.
Source: @Canucks 11/11/17, 9:36 am EST
Virtanen will come out of the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Source: @Canucks 10/14/17, 9:55 am EST
The Canucks have sent Jake Virtanen to Utica (AHL).
Virtanen was a healthy scratch for the last two games and will return to Utica, where he has no points in two games. The former No.6 overall pick (2014) has struggled in the first 65 games of his NHL career—collecting just 14 points (7G / 7A). Expect Virtanen to stay in Utica until his game gets back on track.
Virtanen will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Virtanen was a healthy scratch on Monday and will be scratched again tonight in New York. The former sixth overall pick has collected just one assist while averaging 10:09 TOI in the first 10 games of the season. With Virtanen sitting and Jannik Hansen injured, Alex Burrows will again skate in the top-6.
Source: Jon Abbott 11/8/16, 9:40 am EST
Virtanen will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
The Canucks have loaned Jake Virtanen to Canada's World Junior team.
Virtanen suffered an upper-body injury on Monday; not expected to play on Tuesday.
Virtanen played just 1:45 before heading to the dressing room with an upper-body injury. The Canucks will play the second game of the back-to-back tonight, so Virtanen isn’t expected to play, despite his injury being called “minor.” Expect Sven Baertschi to be back in the lineup with Virtanen out.
Source: @VanCanucks 12/1/15, 5:42 am EST
Virtanen will play on Wednesday after being a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Source: Ben Kuzma 11/25/15, 6:59 am EST
Virtanen is expected to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Virtanen has one goal and three assists in 12 games into his rookie season, but he will be scratched tonight in Columbus. With Virtanen out, Adam Cracknell will re-enter the lineup.
Virtanen will make his NHL debut on Tuesday vs. the Kings.
Virtanen was the sixth overall pick in 2014 and after sitting in the first two games, he will draw into the lineup tonight vs. Los Angeles. Virtanen had 52 points (21G / 31A) in 52 games with the Calgary Hitmen (WHL) last season.