Burrows (hand) skated at Canucks' practice on Tuesday.
Burrows suffered a sprained hand in the final game before the Olympic break, but he skated on the top line with Jordan Schroeder and Daniel Sedin at this afternoon's practice, so it looks like he could be in the lineup on Wednesday. Whether or not he is in the lineup or not, Burrows is still goalless while only recording five assists in 28 games this season. There are better fantasy options than this former 35-goal scorer.
Burrows (knee) will return to the Canucks lineup tonight.
In 17 games this season he has only recorded three assists with a minus-7 rating. While those are ugly numbers, it is worth noting that he has scored 130 goals with 111 assists over the last five season. In his last four full seasons he has scored at least 20 goals in each season and in 2009-10 he had a career-high 35. He will likely find himself skating on the top-line with Daniel and Henrik Sedin. At 33-years-old the twins are not what they once were, but they are still among the NHL’s best and playing with them should help Burrows resurrect his season.
The Canucks should have Burrows (jaw) back in the lineup on Saturday.
Burrows has not played since December 1 because of a broken jaw but worth a pickup next week, because he will likely slide onto the first line next to the Sedin twins on Saturday. He has recorded just three assists in 17 games this season, but is a four-time 20 goal scorer and has a career-high of 35 goals (2009-10) so he should be considered a low-risk, high-reward mid-season addition.
Burrows (jaw) will not play until after January 16th says Canucks GM Mike Gillis.
Burrows has been skating lately, but will be held out of at least the next four games. The Canucks first game after the 16th is on Saturday, January 18th vs. the Flames - that should be considered Burrows' target date. He has not played since December 1 because of a broken jaw and is worth a pickup next week, because he will likely slide onto the first line next to the Sedin twins when he returns.
Burrows (jaw) took part in the Canucks morning skate.
Burrows has been out since December 1 with a fractured jaw. Taking part in the morning skate suggests that he could return to the lineup tonight, but that seems unlikely. However it is a great sign that Burrows is near a return. He struggled before getting injured, he has just three assists and a minus-7 rating in 17 games.
Burrows is out indefinitely with a broken jaw after being hit with the puck on a Chris Tanev clearing attempt.
Burrows already missed more than three weeks of the season after fracturing his right foot in the season opener Oct. 3 against San Jose when he blocked a Patrick Marleau shot. Burrows, of course, had been playing with the Sedins, so replacing him on that top line will not be an easy choice for coach John Tortorella. Expect it to either be Ryan Kesler or Jannik Hansen.
Burrows playing with the Sedin twins at Canucks' practice.
Head coach John Tortorella split up the twins and Ryan Kesler at practice this morning and moved Burrows up to the top line. This is likely an effort to get Burrows going offensively - he has three assists in nine games. Kesler was also a minus-4 in the last three games so Torts is shaking thing up. This should help Burrows going forward.
Burrows has been out since the season opener, a game he played 18:34 but did not record a point in. His return comes at a perfect time, the Canucks have lost Jannik Hansen, Dale Weise, David Booth and Jordan Schroeder in recent days, leaving them really thin upfront. Burrows will play with Mike Santorerlli and Tom Sestito on the Canucks second line tonight.
Burrows will not play tonght, he is out for a few weeks. The Canucks classified Burrow's absence from practice yesterady as a maintenance day and that he was just banged up. Apparently that was not the case and Burrows will miss some time with an undisclosed injury.
With Zack Kassian who suspended for the first five games of the season as their only extra forward on their roster, the Canucks will dress seven defenseman tonight.