The Canucks have placed Brock Boeser (upper-body) on IR.
Boeser was forced to leave Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury and was placed on IR on Sunday. His movement to IR means that he will miss at least two games and the Canucks will re-evaluate him prior to next Sunday’s game vs. the Ducks. The move also opens up a roster spot to call-up reinforcements from Utica (AHL).
Boeser is in concussion protocol following Monday’s preseason game.
Boeser took an ugly hit from behind from Senators centre Chris Tierney and Canucks head coach Travis Green announced that Boeser is in concussion protocol. With the regular season just over one week away, Boeser’s status for the season opener is suddenly in question.
Source: @Canucks 09/24/19, 3:52 pm EST
The Canucks have re-signed Brock Boeser to a three-year contract worth $17.625M ($5.875M AAV).
Boeser had 26 goals and 30 assists (56 points) in 69 games in 2019. Through two NHL seasons, Boeser has averaged 34 goals and 35 assists (69 points) per 82-games but has missed 20.1 percent of the games. If Boeser can stay healthy, he has legit 40-goal, 40-assist upside next to Elias Pettersson.
Source: Canucks 09/17/19, 8:26 am EST
Boeser (groin) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Tuesday.
Boeser has missed the last 11 games with a groin injury but is “very likely” to play on Tuesday. Boeser, who had 11 points (4G / 7A) in 13 games before getting hurt, will skate on a line with Elias Pettersson and Nikolay Goldobin in his return.
Boeser (groin) will miss the rest of the Canucks road-trip; listed as week-to-week.
Source: @Canucks 11/10/18, 1:09 pm EST
Boeser (groin) will return to to Vancouver to see a specialist.
Boeser won’t play Thursday, but Canucks head coach Travis Green didn’t rule out the possibility of Boeser re-joining the Canucks on their road-trip. The MRI on Boeser’s groin came back negative, but they want him to see a specialist to make sure they don’t bring him back too soon.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/8/18, 12:02 pm EST
Boeser (groin) will not play on Tuesday.
Boeser is dealing with a groin injury and will come out of the Canucks lineup in Detroit. Boeser is day-to-day and will be replaced by Jake Virtanen on the top-line. Monitor his status heading into Thursday’s game in Boston.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/6/18, 11:49 am EST
Boeser (groin) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Boeser missed the last two games with a groin injury, but is expected to play tonight vs. the Penguins. Boeser skated on the top line with Elias Pettersson and Nikolay Goldobin at the morning skate and returns to the lineup with six points (2G / 4A) in nine games.
Source: Dan Murphy 10/27/18, 2:17 pm EST
Boeser (groin) will miss his second straight game.
Source: Ben Kuzma 10/25/18, 8:29 pm EST
Boeser (groin) is a possibility to play Thursday in Arizona.
Boeser missed Wednesday’s game in Vegas with a groin injury that has been bothering him for a few games. The Canucks likely kept him out last night because of their back-to-back. Head coach Travis Green expects to get Boeser back tonight, which would be huge after Sven Baertschi, Alex Edler and Chris Tanev all went down with injuries last night.
Source: @Canucks 10/25/18, 8:53 am EST
Boeser (groin) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Boeser missed Tuesday’s practice, but was on the ice for this morning’s gameday skate. Boeser was officially listed as “questionable” for tonight’s game, so monitor his stats as the Canucks hit the ice for warmups at 9:30pm ET.
Source: Dan Murphy 10/24/18, 2:52 pm EST
Boeser is day-to-day with a groin injury.
Boeser missed Tuesday’s practice with a groin injury that has been bothering him. Boeser will travel on the Canucks brief two-game road-trip, but is questionable for Wednesday’s game in Vegas. Head coach Travis Green said that the Canucks will “know more tomorrow” so check back in on Wednesday afternoon.
Boeser missed Tuesday’s practice with a lower-body injury.
Boeser’s injury is terrible news for the Canucks. Vancouver recalled Darren Archibald from the AHL, which suggests that Boeser could miss their upcoming back-to-back (Wed. @ VGK/Thu. @ ARI). With Boeser not on the ice, Brendan Leipsic was skating on Vancouver’s top line on Tuesday.
Boeser will miss 4-6 weeks with a non-displaced fracture in his lower-back.
It looks like Boeser’s amazing rookie season is going to be cut short after he fractured his back late in Monday’s win over the Islanders. If this does wrap up his season, Boeser finishes the campaign with 29 goals and 26 assists (55 points) in 62 games.
Source: @Canucks 03/6/18, 2:26 pm EST
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