Boeser (hand) will be back in the Canucks lineup on Sunday.
Source: Dan Murphy 02/11/18, 1:49 pm EST
Boeser (hand) will not play Friday in Carolina.
Source: @Canucks 02/9/18, 5:09 pm EST
Boeser (foot) will play on Tuesday.
Source: Dan Murphy 12/19/17, 4:49 pm EST
Boeser (foot) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
It has been a crazy 48 hours for Boeser as it’s gone from looking like he’d be out for a lengthy period of time to a game-time decision tonight. Boeser is the clear offensive leader of the Canucks so they definitely want to see him in the lineup tonight. Monitor his status when the Canucks hit the ice for warmups (9:30 p.m. ET).
Boeser (foot) is day-to-day with a bone bruise.
The Canucks got great news on Monday after a CT scan revealed no structural damage on Boeser’s foot. Boeser is dealing with a bone bruise and is “more day-to-day than week-to-week” according GM Jim Benning. Boeser suffered the injury while blocking a Mark Giordano shot on Sunday and is not expected to play Tuesday vs. the Canadiens.
Source: Ben Kuzma 12/19/17, 5:47 am EST
Boeser (foot) left Sunday’s game after blocking a shot and did not return. He is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday.
Boeser (foot contusion) has a “good chance” to return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Boeser missed Monday’s game with a foot contusion, but it looks like he could return tonight vs. the Devils. The rookie winger has had a good start to the season, posting two goals and seven assists (nine points) in his first eight games of the season. Look for him to replace Jayson Megna in the lineup if he plays.
Boeser (foot contusion) will not be in the lineup on Monday.
Boeser is dealing with a foot contusion and will be held out of the lineup tonight. Despite missing this game, head coach Travis Green expect him to return either Wednesday or by the weekend at the latest. Jayson Megna will draw in for Boeser.
Boeser (foot) is day-to-day; questionable for Monday’s game vs. Dallas.
Source: @Canucks 10/29/17, 11:17 am EST
Boeser will draw into the Canucks’ lineup on Thursday.
After playing great in the preseason, Boeser inexplicably served as a healthy scratch in the first two games of the season. Instead, the Canucks elected to give pugilist Derek Dorsett nearly 16 minutes per game in those contests, so expect Boeser to step into a top-9 role tonight.
Boeser will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Boeser had an excellent preseason and was an early favourite for rookie of the year, but he will have a tough time doing so if he can’t get into the lineup. The Canucks won their season opener vs. the Oilers, so they’ll roll with the same lineup tonight vs. the Senators—which means Jake Virtanen in, Boeser out.