Eriksson is expected to make his series debut in Game 2.
There is no word on who he will replace in the lineup but the Canucks reportedly have a couple of players banged up. In addition to Eriksson, Jake Virtanen will also enter the lineup on Tuesday. The veteran winger had just 13 points (6G / 7A) in 49 regular-season games.
Eriksson will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Source: Ben Kuzma 03/10/20, 9:33 pm EST
Eriksson will draw into the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Eriksson has been a healthy scratch for the last seven games but will draw into the lineup vs. the Penguins because Josh Leivo is out for 2-to-3 months. Eriksson, who has just one goal in 17 games, will skate with Bo Horvat.
Source: @Canucks 12/21/19, 3:40 pm EST
Eriksson will be back in Vancouver's lineup on Saturday.
Eriksson was a healthy scratch in Nashville but will replace Jay Beagle (undisclosed) in the lineup on Saturday afternoon. Eriksson has no points while averaging just 9:03 TOI/gm in 12 games this season.
Source: @Canucks 11/23/19, 10:10 am EST
Eriksson will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Eriksson will be back in the Canucks lineup on Monday.
Eriksson has been a healthy scratch for the last nine games but will replace Tyler Motte on Monday. Motte is expected to miss at least one week, so Eriksson could remain in the lineup for the next four games. He will skate on the fourth line with Jay Beagle and Tim Schaller.
Eriksson (bone bruise) is “possible” to play in Tuesday’s preseason game.
Eriksson suffered a bone bruise while blocking a shot in last Tuesday’s preseason opener against the Oilers. The Canucks originally labeled Eriksson as “week-to-week,” but the Swedish winger was back on the ice for Monday’s morning skate. The veteran should be ready for the start of the 2019 regular season.
Eriksson (upper-body) will be out for another 7-10 days.
Source: @Canucks 02/28/18, 2:45 pm EST
Eriksson (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Eriksson (knee) will return to the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Source: @Canucks 11/11/17, 9:36 am EST
The Canucks have placed Loui Eriksson (knee) on IR.
Eriksson did not travel with Vancouver on their five-game road trip so he was already expected to miss at least a few games so his move to IR does not change his status at all.
Eriksson (lower-body) will return to the lineup on Friday.
Source: @Canucks 03/31/17, 8:07 am EST
Eriksson (lower-body) is expected to miss 1-2 weeks.
Source: @Canucks 03/7/17, 10:19 am EST
Eriksson left Sunday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Eriksson played just 1:09 TOI before leaving last night’s game with an apparent lower-body injury. The Canucks are back in action on Tuesday, so monitor Eriksson’s status during the morning skate.
Source: @Canucks 03/6/17, 9:19 am EST
The Canucks signed Loui Eriksson to a six-year contract worth $36 million ($6.0M AAV).
Eriksson, 30, was a key part of the Tyler Seguin trade back in 2013 but the Bruins lost him for nothing. He is coming off of his best season with Boston, having collected 30 goals and 33 assists (63 points) in 82 games. Eriksson is a player who rarely misses games and is a threat to score 30 goals with 30 helpers every season. He should click well with fellow Swedes Henrik and Daniel Sedin.
Eriksson (hand) will play on Saturday vs. Philadelphia.
Eriksson missed Thursday’s game with a hand injury that he suffered on Wednesday vs. the Penguins. He is back in the lineup on the Bruins third line with Chris Kelly and Carl Soderberg. He has six goals and six assists (12 points) in his last 15 games.
Eriksson (hand) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Eriksson, who missed Thursday’s game with a hand injury, will take part in warmups and make a decision on whether he will be available prior to puck-drop. Monitor his status throughout warmups.
Eriksson (hand) is questionable Saturday’s game.
Eriksson was on the ice this morning, but he still remains questionable for tomorrow’s game vs. the Flyers. It is an afternoon start, so the Bruins will not have a morning skate, monitor his status prior to game-time (1PM ET).
Eriksson (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Coach Claude Julien does not think that Eriksson’s injury is something that is going to keep him out long-term. He will be replaced by David Pastrnak tonight. Monitor his status leading up to Saturday’s game.
Eriksson (heel) back on the ice this morning as expected.
Eriksson missed Tuesday's game as well as Wednesday's practice, but is back with the Bruins this morning and is expected to play tonight vs. Washington. Eriksson has tallied six goals and 16 assists (22 points) in 40 games this season.