Bieksa (upper-body) will be a game-time decision tonight.
Bieksa participated in the Canucks gameday skate and said that he "felt good" but will "see how things are this afternoon". So, Bieksa is still listed as a gametime decision, but it seems like there is a good chance that he will be in the lineup tonight. With only four games tonight you can put him in your daily lineups without getting burned if he doesn't play.
Bieksa (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Bieksa was back on the ice on Tuesday after missing Monday's practice with an undisclosed injury. The33-year-old is looking to get back to the 40-point plateau after posting just 36 points (10G / 26A) in 112 games over the last two seasons. Monitor his status tomorrow.
Source: Dan Murphy 10/7/14, 12:24 pm EST
Bieksa out; Jason Garrison
With Frank Corrado playing the remaining games, a defenseman will come out each game. Garrison was out in the last game, but will be back in and Bieksa will sit tonight.
Bieksa (ankle) expected to play on Saturday.
After taking part in the pre-game skate, John Tortorella said he is not surprised with Bieksa and added "he knows what is at stake". With Bieksa playing, the leaves Frank Corrado as a healthy scratch.
Bieksa (ankle) is on the ice for the Canucks' morning skate.
Bieksa was unable to put any weight on his leg when he left the ice on Thursday. But he was spotted this morning walking without a limp and his presence at the morning skate suggests that he will be in the lineup tonight. If he is unable to go, Frank Corrado will play.
Bieksa left Thursday's game after suffering an ankle injury in the second period and did not return.
Bieksa was hurt in a collision with Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog along the side-boards. He was unable to put any weight on his right leg as he left the ice. There is no report if Bieksa is expected to miss any time, but the Canucks have recalled Frank Corrado, which suggests that he will.
Source: Ben Kuzma 03/28/14, 12:36 pm EST
Bieksa (foot) was back at Canucks practice after taking Monday off.
The Canucks get back in action on Wednesday and it is starting to look like Bieksa will be back in the lineup after missing the last five games before the break. Bieksa will be monitored during Wednesday's morning skate and a decision on his availability will be made shortly after.
Bieksa will not travel on the Canucks road-trip because of an undisclosed injury.
The Canucks have a five-game road-trip that leads into the Olympic break and Bieksa will not travel with the team as they head to take on the Jets tomorrow in Winnipeg. Frank Corrado was recalled this morning, he will slide onto the blueline with Bieksa sidelined.
Kevin Bieksa is expected to suit up after missing five games with his mysterious ‘body’ injury. It appears his body is all healed up.
This is great news for the Canucks because they can certainly use the 6-foot 200 pound physical defenseman.
#canucks Kevin Bieksa optimistic he'll be ready for game one of the playoffs.
He will miss his fifth straight game tonight and likely his sixth on Saturday. He will be a welcomed return to the Canucks blueline should he return come game 1.
Kevin Bieksa is also day-to-day. Won't play tomorrow. #canucks
Bieksa will miss his fifth straight game with a lower-body injury. He has practiced for the last couple days but he left early today. The Canucks hope to have him back for the playoffs.
Kevin Bieksa (lower body) has been sent back to Vancouver.
This is a clear indication that Bieksa will miss tonight's game with his lower body injury and may miss more time for further evaluation.
Source: Dan Murphy 04/18/13, 8:09 am EST
Bieksa will not play Tuesday, day-to-day lower body injury.
Cam Barker will take his place in the lineup.
Source: Canucks 04/16/13, 1:57 pm EST
Looks like Bieksa in.
Bieksa (groin) has missed Vancouver's last five games and seven of their last eight. Bieksa will likely be paired with Andrew Alberts on the Canucks third pair.
Kevin Bieksa skated today but isn't expected to play tonight. Still day to day with the groin strain.
Ballard is expected to play tonight for the Canucks with Cam Barker also sitting out.
Bieksa (groin) will miss his third straight game tonight when the Canucks play the Blue Jackets. Consider him day-to-day.
AV says Bieksa (groin) is day-to-day again but will likely go with the team on road trip to CBJ-Minny-CBJ. #canucks
Keith Ballard will play tonight in Bieksa's absence. Bieksa has five goals and one assist on the season. Monitor his status for Vancouver's games later in the week.
Bieksa (groin) will be game time decision,
Bieksa has missed the Canucks last two games with a groin injury but could return tonight. Bieksa will take part of warmups and will be a game-time decision. Bieksa has five goals and one assist in 17 games this season.
Source: Dan Murphy 03/2/13, 10:32 am EST
Bieksa out with groin injury, listed as day-to-day. Alberts draws in for 1st time this season.
Bieksa hurt his groin in Friday's game and will sit out tonight. Bieksa eats up over 20 minutes of ice time a night for Vancouver so this is a big loss for the Canucks. He has 5 G and 1 A in 17 games this season.
Bieksa, Rome, Weise, Bitz in.
Bieksa returns to the lineup tonight. The defender has eight goals and 42 points in 76 games.