Edler (upper-body) will return to the Canucks lineup on Monday.
Edler has missed the last 10 games with an upper-body injury but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Oilers. Edler has enjoyed a good year, scoring four goals with 11 assists (15 points) in 27 games.
The Canucks have placed Alexander Edler (upper-body) on IR.
Edler is doubtful for Sunday's game due to an upper-body injury.
Edler was forced to leave Saturday's win in Edmonton with an upper-body injury and is not expected to play in the second-half of their home-and-home on Sunday. With Edler out, look for Tyler Myers and Quinn Hughes to play a lot more on Sunday and for Troy Stecher to see some power-play time.
Source: @Canucks 12/1/19, 11:59 am EST
Edler (upper-body) is expected to play on Monday.
Edler was forced to leave Saturday's game in Washington but was on the ice for Monday's morning skate and is expected to play in Philadelphia. Edler leads the Canucks in ice-time (23:54 ATOI) while posting 15 points (4G / 11A) but has had a hard time staying out of the box (34 PIMS) in 24 games this season.
Edler (upper-body) is questionable to play Monday.
Edler was forced to leave Saturday's game in the first period after sustaining an upper-body injury. Edler's injury is not serious and he is expected to skate before Monday's game to see if he can play in Philadelphia. If he can't play, Oscar Fantenberg will likely replace him in the lineup and Tyler Myers would see PP2 time.
Source: Ben Kuzma 11/25/19, 10:15 am EST
The Canucks have re-signed Alex Edler to a two-year contract worth $12 million ($6.0M AAV).
Edler is coming off of one of the best seasons of his career despite missing 26 games due to injury. Edler scored double-digit goals for the first time since 2011-12 and added 24 assists. That’s a 15-goal, 35-assist (50 points) per 82 game campaign from the 33-year-old, who hasn’t appeared in 82 games since 2012. With the Canucks emerging as a strong offensive team, Edler will carry some fantasy value into 2019-20 but injuries are always a huge concern for the big Swede.
Edler (concussion) will return to the Canucks lineup on Thursday.
Source: Dan Murphy 02/28/19, 6:57 pm EST
Edler is week-to-week with a concussion.
Edler was fortunate not to suffer any facial fractures but is suffering from concussion symptoms. He will miss his fourth straight game on Monday and is expected to miss at least a couple more weeks with a concussion.
Edler (face) was taken to hospital for X-rays after being stretchered off of the ice on Monday.
Edler took an awkward fall, face-first onto the ice in Philadelphia on Monday and will remain in a Philadelphia area hospital while the Canucks travel to Washington. It was a scary fall and will likely result in Edler missing a fair amount of time. Look for Alex Biega to replace Edler in the lineup on Tuesday.
Source: @Canucks 02/5/19, 9:46 am EST
Edler (lower-body) won’t play Friday; probable to play Saturday in Los Angeles.
Edler will miss 3-6 weeks with an MCL sprain.
Source: @Canucks 10/28/18, 4:06 pm EST
Edler will miss multiple weeks with a lower-body injury.
Edler (lower-body) will go for an MRI on Friday.
Edler was forced to leave Wednesday’s game with a lower-body injury and was placed on IR on Thursday afternoon. He will go for an MRI on Friday to determine the severity of his injury. Edler missing time due to injury comes as no surprise, as the veteran defenseman has missed at least 12 games in each of the last three seasons—missing a total of 56 games over that span.
Edler left Wednesday’s game with a lower-body injury.
Edler played just 3:10 TOI before leaving Wednesday’s game in Vegas. Edler was hit hard by Golden Knights winger Max Pacioretty and did not return to the ice. Michael Del Zotto will likely replace Edler if he can’t play Thursday in Arizona.
Edler (lower-body) will return to the Canucks lineup on Thursday.
Source: @Canucks 11/9/17, 10:12 am EST
Edler will miss 4-6 weeks with an MCL sprain.
Source: @Canucks 10/14/17, 9:52 am EST
Edler (finger) will return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Source: @Canucks 12/28/16, 4:41 pm EST
Edler (finger) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Edler has been sidelined since November 26th with a broken index finger, but it looks like he could return tonight vs. the Kings. His original timetable was 4-6 weeks and tonight would be exactly the one month mark. Edler is expected to skate with Troy Stecher and comes in with one goal and two assists (three points) in 21 games.
Edler will undergo surgery on his broken index finger; expected to miss 4-6 weeks.
Edler was injured early in the Canucks’ win in Colorado on Saturday and will miss at least one month. With Edler out, the Canucks will recall Alex Biega from Utica and he will draw into the lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Cam Tucker 11/28/16, 8:39 am EST
Edler (upper-body) is expected to return to the lineup on Monday.
Edler missed Saturday’s game in Toronto, but is expected to play on Monday. There’s no word on who will come out of the lineup in favour of Edler, but expect it to be either Troy Stecher or Nikita Tryamkin.
Source: @Canucks 11/7/16, 8:43 am EST