The Canucks have placed Micheal Ferland on long-term injured reserve.
Ferland is with an "upper-body injury" but he is still dealing with concussion-like symptoms and was set to meet with a specialist this week. Being moved to LTIR suggests that Ferland received bad news and will be out long-term.
Ferland is questionable to play Thursday due to an upper-body injury.
Ferland was forced to leave Tuesday's game vs. the Maple Leafs with an undisclosed upper-body injury. Ferland was in just his second game back after missing 17 games with a concussion. There's obvious fear that Ferland could be dealing with another concussion, which would sideline him for an extended period of time. The Canucks recalled Zack MacEwan from Utica (AHL), which suggests Ferland won't play Thursday.
Ferland (concussion) will return to the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Ferland has been our since October 30th but will play Saturday afternoon vs. the Sabres. Ferland, who will start on the fourth line with Jay Beagle and Tim Schaller, has one goal and four assists in 12 games this season.
Source: @Canucks 12/7/19, 1:56 pm EST
The Canucks have placed Micheal Ferland on IR.
Ferland was already ruled out of at least the next two games so his move to IR opens up a roster spot to call-up his replacement, Sven Baertschi.
Ferland (undisclosed) traveled back to Vancouver to be evaluated; will not play Friday.
Ferland left Wednesday's game in Los Angeles after a fight with Kyle Clifford. The Canucks have not disclosed what he is dealing with, but he's back in Vancouver and Sven Baertschi was called up from Utica (AHL), so expect him to suit up in Ferland's spot during the back-to-back.
The Canucks have signed Micheal Ferland to a four-year contract worth $14.0 million ($3.5M AAV).
Ferland (upper-body) is expected to play in Game 1 vs. the Bruins.
Ferland has been sidelined by an upper-body injury since Game 3 of round one vs. the Capitals but is expected to play in Boston on Thursday. Ferland told reporters he is feeling fine physically after Monday’s practice and will likely be eased back into playoff action on the fourth line with Greg McKegg and Jordan Martinook.
Ferland (upper-body) will not play in Game 3 but could return for Game 4.
The Hurricanes could get Andrei Svechnikov and Jordan Martinook back in Game 3 but they will have to wait at least one more game for Ferland. The 27-year-old has been out since Game 3 of the first round but was on the ice again on Wednesday and is targeting a Game 4 return. The Hurricanes have moved out to a 2-0 series lead and will be even more dangerous when all three forwards are healthy and back in the lineup.
Ferland (upper-body) will not play in Game 7.
Ferland remains sidelined by an upper-body injury that he suffered in Game 2 and forced him out of Game 3 as well. Luckily for the Hurricanes, they got Jordan Martinook back in Game 6 and could get Andrei Svechnikov back on Wednesday.
Ferland (upper-body) is not expected to play in Game 4.
Ferland left Game 3 after playing just 2:08 TOI and will join Andrei Svechnikov in the press box for Game 4. Patrick Brown was recalled from Charlotte (AHL) on Wednesday and will replace Ferland in the lineup in Game 4.
Ferland (upper-body) will return to the Hurricanes lineup on Friday.
Ferland has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury but is set to play Friday in Columbus. Ferland, who has 17 goals and 18 assists (35 points) in 58 games this season, will skate on the third line with Lucas Wallmark and Jordan Martinook.
Ferland (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Ferland remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury and will miss his second straight game. Andrei Svechnikov will remain in the Hurricanes top-6 with Ferland sidelined.
Ferland is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Ferland (upper-body) will play Friday vs. the Jets.
Ferland (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Ferland was banged up in Boston on Tuesday, missed practice on Thursday but remains a game-time decision on Friday. Despite the questionable label, head coach Rod Brind’Amour said he thinks he will be “good to go.” Ferland has three goals and four assists (seven points) in his last 13 games.
Ferland (back) will not play against the Canucks on Wednesday.
Ferland (upper-body) is questionable for Wednesday’s game in Vancouver.
Ferland tweaked his upper-body injury in Calgary on Tuesday and is a question mark for Wednesday’s game. If he can’t play, Haydn Fleury will dress as the Hurricanes’ seventh defensemen.
Ferland (upper-body) will return to the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
Ferland missed Sunday’s game in Edmonton but will face his former team tonight in Calgary. Ferland comes in having scored two goals with six assists (eight points) in his last nine games. Look for Ferland to skate with Lucas Wallmark and Teuvo Teravainen.
Ferland (upper-body) was a late scratch on Sunday.
Ferland was listed as questionable coming into Sunday's game but took part in warmups before being scratched just prior to puck-drop.