The Senators signed Alex Burrows to a two-year extension worth $5M ($2.5M AAV) with a partial no-trade clause.
Burrows was acquired from the Canucks on Monday and it is believed that the Senators agreed to an extension with him before the trade. Burrows’ better days appear to be behind him, but he has nine goals and 11 assists (20 points) in 55 games this season—that is tied for 11th on the team.
The Senators have acquired Alex Burrows from the Canucks for Jonathan Dahlen.
Burrows has collected nine goals and 11 assists (20 points) in 55 games with the Canucks this season. The veteran winger is five years removed from his 28-goal, 52-point season in 2011-12 and it appears his best years are behind him. Expect Burrows to slot in on the Senators’ third line.
Burrows (neck) will return to the Canucks’ lineup on Wednesday.
Burrows missed the last four games with a neck injury, but was back at practice on Monday and will play Wednesday in Montreal. Burrows, who has no points in five games, is expected to skate on the fourth line.
Burrows suffered a neck injury in Saturday’s game vs. the Kings when he was hit by Nick Shore. He reportedly couldn’t move his neck on Monday and has been moved to IR which means he will miss a minimum of seven days.
Burrows (undisclosed) is expected to return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Burrows missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Jets but is expected to return to the lineup tonight vs. the Avalanche. Burrows has one goal and two assists in his last four games, but just 19 points (8G / 11A) in 65 contests this season.
There is no word what is ailing Burrows, but he will come out of the lineup vs. the Jets. With Burrows out, the Canucks have recalled Alexandre Grenier, who will appear in his second career NHL games. Burrows is day-to-day.
Burrows (neck) will return to the Canucks lineup on Monday.
Burrows missed Saturday’s game with a neck injury, but will get back into the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. Burrows has not registered a point since November 21st, that’s 15 games without a point for the 34-year-old.
Burrows (upper-body) has been taken to hospital; will not play in Game 4.
Burrows was injured in practice on Tuesday and had to leave the ice. After being evaluated by the Canucks medical staff he was loaded onto a stretcher and brought to the hospital for precautionary reasons. His hospital visit suggests that he might have something serious going on. He is expected to be replaced by Sven Baertschi, who was recalled from Utica (AHL) this afternoon.
Burrows missed Saturday’s game against the Maple Leafs, but will be back tomorrow vs. the Flyers. Burrows was skating with Brad Richardson and Chris Higgins this morning, so expect him to be on that third line tomorrow. He has 25 points (12G / 13A) in 56 games this season.
Burrows (groin) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Burrows has missed the last six games, but it looks like he will return tonight in warmups. He took part in line rushes in the Canucks top-6 and Willie Desjardins said a couple players will return tonight, but didn’t sat whom. Presumably that will but Burrows, who has 25 points (12G / 13A) in 52 games this season.