Sutter (lower-body) did not travel to Anaheim and is going to be out “a little while.”
Sutter was scratched from the lineup on Monday and is expected to miss some time with a lower-body issue. Adam Gaudette was recalled on Tuesday to take Sutter’s spot on the roster and likely in the lineup.
Sutter (shoulder) will play for the first time since October 29th.
Sutter missed two months of action with a shoulder injury but will replace Josh Leivo (back spasms) in the lineup on Thursday. Sutter will likely return in a support role, serving as the team’s third-line centre behind Elias Pettersson and Bo Horvat. Sutter had just three goals and one assist in 13 games earlier this year.
Source: @Canucks 01/3/19, 5:48 pm EST
Sutter is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a separated shoulder.
Sutter was forced to leave Monday’s game vs. the Wild after suffering a separated shoulder after contact with Matt Dumba. Sutter has had a rough start to the season, picking up just three goals and one assist (four points) in 13 games. This leaves the Canucks without their shutdown centre. Sutter has started 73.1 percent of his zone-starts in the D-zone, but he has been getting caved in with a 39.8 CorsiFor% and -6.3 CF% rel.
Sutter (upper-body) will return to the Canucks lineup on Sunday.
Source: @Canucks 01/14/18, 1:17 pm EST
Sutter (undisclosed) remains 7-10 days away from returning to the Canucks lineup.
Source: @Canucks 12/15/17, 10:05 am EST
Sutter (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday; could miss the final two games of the road trip as well.
Sutter (illness) will be in the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Sutter missed Monday’s practice with an illness, but deemed himself ready to go tonight. There’s no word on who Sutter will replace but it seems likely that it will be one of Jake Virtanen/Brock Boeser or Michael Chaput, who took Sutter’s spot at practice yesterday.
Sutter (illness) missed Monday's practice; questionable for Tuesday.
Sutter is feeling a little under the weather and missed today’s practice, turning his lineup spot over the Michael Chaput. Sutter has not officially been ruled out of the lineup, so check his status on Tuesday morning.
Source: @Canucks 10/16/17, 12:02 pm EST
The Canucks have shut Brandon Sutter (jaw) down for the rest of the season.
Sutter has been sidelined since February 9th and will miss the remainder of the regular season with a broken jaw. Sutter appeared in just 20 games with the Canucks, recording nine points (5G / 4A).
Sutter is out with a broken jaw; no timetable for his return.
Sutter is out with a suspected broken jaw; will undergo further testing.
Sutter (sports hernia) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Sutter has been sidelined since November 10th, but is expected to play on Tuesday. Sutter skated on the top line between Daniel Sedin and Jannik Hansen at Monday’s practice, so not only will he return, but he will return as the first line centre. Before getting hurt, Sutter had eight points (4G / 4A) in 16 games.
Sutter will miss 4-6 weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery.
Sutter has been sidelined since November 12th and now be out until early-to-mid-January. Sutter had eight points (4G / 4A) in 16 games prior to the injury. With Sutter being out for an extended period of time, young centremen Bo Horvat and Jared McCann will continue to log big minutes for the Canucks.
Sutter (lower-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Sutter continues to deal with a lower-body injury and tonight he will miss his fourth consecutive game. He is listed as day-to-day.
Sutter (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Sutter will miss his third straight game with a lower-body injury. With Sutter out Adam Cracknell will remain in the lineup. Sutter remains day-to-day.
Sutter (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Sutter will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury that he must have suffered on Tuesday. With Sutter still sidelined, look for Bo Horvat to continue to centre the second line.
Sutter (undisclosed) did not practice on Friday; questionable for Saturday.
Sutter missed Thursday’s game with an undisclosed injury and was not at practice this morning either, so his status for Saturday’s game remains up in the air. Monitor his status during Saturday’s morning skate.
Source: Jon Abbott 11/13/15, 8:23 am EST
The Canucks signed Brandon Sutter to a five-year contract extension worth $21.875M ($4.375M AAV).
Source: Ben Kuzma 08/5/15, 7:21 am EST
On Tuesday, the Canucks acquired Brandon Suter and a 2016 3rd round draft pick from the Penguins in exchange for Nick Bonino, Adam Clendening and a 2016 2nd round pick.
Sutter (illness) will return to the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Sutter missed the last two games with the flu, but will be back in tonight vs. Washington. Sutter has 14 points (7G / 7A) in 32 games this season. He will centre the second line with Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist on his wings.
Source: @penguins 12/27/14, 6:53 am EST