Sven Baertschi has been reassigned to Utica (AHL).
Baertschi sat as a healthy scratch for the last three games and returns to the AHL, with Nikolay Goldobin coming the other way. Baertschi has played well in Utica, posting 10 points (2G / 8A) in seven games this season.
Baertschi will make his season debut on Friday.
Baertschi has been sitting as a healthy scratch but will replace Adam Gaudette in the lineup on Friday. Baertschi had a nice start to the season in the AHL, posting 10 points (2G / 8A) in seven games. He is expected to skate on the Bo Horvat line.
Source: @Canucks 11/8/19, 5:55 pm EST
The Canucks have recalled Sven Baertschi from Utica (AHL).
Baertschi was a surprise training camp casualty but has unsurprisingly dominated the AHL since then, tying for 10th in the league in points with 10 (2G / 8A) in just seven games. Micheal Ferland suffered an upper-body injury in a fight with Kyle Clifford on Wednesday, so look for Baertschi to take his spot in the lineup on Friday.
Baertschi (concussion) will return to the Canucks lineup on Sunday.
Baertschi (illness) will not play Monday in Philadelphia.
According to head coach Travis Green, Baertschi woke up not feeling well on Sunday and may return to Vancouver. For now consider Baertschi as day-to-day. He will be replaced by Tim Schaller against the Flyers.
Source: @Canucks 02/4/19, 12:01 pm EST
Baertschi is in concussion protocol and will not play on Thursday.
Source: Ben Kuzma 10/25/18, 8:29 pm EST
Baertschi left Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury.
Baertschi played just 6:34 TOI before leaving Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury. Leaving last night’s contest makes Baertschi questionable for Thursday’s game in Arizona. Brock Boeser (groin) may return tonight and replace Baertschi in the lineup.
The Canucks have re-signed Sven Baertschi to a three-year, $10M ($3.33M AAV) contract.
Baertschi is likely done for the rest of the season with a separated shoulder.
Baertschi separated his shoulder vs. the Predators on Friday and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2017-18 season. Baertschi finishes the year with 14 goals and 15 assists (29 points) in 53 games.
Source: @Canucks 03/5/18, 2:11 pm EST
Baertschi (jaw) draws back into the Canucks lineup on Sunday.
Source: Dan Murphy 01/7/18, 11:45 am EST
Baertschi (jaw) will not play Saturday in Toronto; he’s a “possibility: after that.
Baertschi has been sidelined since December 9th with a fractured jaw but it sounds like his return is on the horizon. Monitor his status as the Canucks head into Montreal on Sunday.
Source: @VanCanucks 01/5/18, 9:06 am EST
Baertschi will miss 4-to-6 weeks with a fractured jaw.
Baertschi left Saturday’s game in Calgary after taking a puck to the face and returned to Vancouver over the weekend. The Canucks announced on Monday that Baertschi will miss at least one month with a fractured jaw. The Canucks are without two-thirds of their top line with Baertschi joins Bo Horvat on the shelf.
Baertschi (neck) will miss the rest of the regular season.
Source: Jon Abbott 04/8/17, 10:18 am EST
Baertschi (concussion) could return to the Canucks lineup on Thursday.
Baertschi (concussion) has been sent back to Vancouver.
Baertschi missed last night’s game in Columbus with a concussion that he suffered on Tuesday. Baertschi returned to Vancouver, which suggests that he could miss the final four games of the Canucks’ road trip. Reid Boucher is expected to remain in the lineup while Baertschi is out.
Baertschi suffered a concussion in Tuesday’s game.
Baertschi left last night’s loss with a concussion and did not return. Baertschi played just 1:53 before leaving the game following a hit from Cody McLeod. Baertschi will likely miss a couple of games, so expect Reid Boucher to draw into the in Columbus on Thursday.
Source: Dan Murphy 02/8/17, 5:09 am EST
Baertschi will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Baertschi (lower-body) will return to the Canucks’ lineup on Tuesday.
Baertschi has missed the last two games, but will be back in the Canucks’ lineup on Tuesday vs. Minnesota. Baertschi has picked up two goals and seven assists (nine points) in 20 games this season.
Source: @Canucks 11/29/16, 9:32 am EST
The Canucks have signed Sven Baertschi to a two-year contract extension worth $3.7 million.
Baertschi, 23, spent the entire 2015-16 season with the Canucks, totalling 15 goals and 13 assists (28 points) in 69 games. He struggled to gain traction in the Flames organization, but seems to have found his stride in Vancouver, earning him $1.85 million per season for the next two years.
Source: TSN.ca 06/20/16, 6:57 am EST
Baertschi (upper-body) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Source: @VanCanucks 01/6/16, 8:58 am EST