Edler (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Edler has missed the last eight games with an upper-body injury, but it looks like he will play tonight. According to the Canucks website, he has been activated from IR. He skated with Yannick Weber in the morning skate, so expect that to be the case tonight in Arizona. He has 17 points (5G / 12A) in 55 games this season.
Edler resumed skating last week and he has been making some progress after missing the last seven games, but it doesn’t look like he will play tomorrow. Monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s game in Arizona.
Edler missed last night’s game with a lower-body injury that he suffered over the weekend. Originally the extent of the injury was not known, but GM Jim Benning announced after yesterday’s game that Edler is week-to-week. Expect him to miss at least two weeks.
Edler (lower-body) will not be in the lineup on Monday.
Edler will not be in the lineup against the Wild tonight because of a lower-body injury that he suffered on Saturday in Calgary. With Edler out, Yannick Weber will be back in the lineup and Adam Clendening will man the point on the Canucks top power-play unit. Consider Edler day-to-day until the Canucks release more information.
Edler (lower-body) is not on the ice for the Canucks morning skate.
Edler left Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury and his absence from the morning skate is not a good sign that he will be available tonight vs. the Wild. Coach Willie Desjardins did not have an update on Edler’s status and said that he is still under evaluation.
Edler left Tuesday's preseason game and will not return after being hit in the face by a puck in the first period.
Barring any concussion issues, Edler is likely being held out for precautionary reasons. He is coming off of the worst season of his career, so I am sure he wanted to start the year off on a better note, but expect him to be ready for the start of the regular season.
Edler (knee) appears set to return to the Canucks lineup tonight.
Edler has been progressing toward his return recently and the assignment of Frank Corrado to the AHL suggests that Edler will return after a 16 game absence. Edler struggled in his first 27 games this season, he recorded just nine points (3G / 6A) and a minus-12 rating.
Edler will miss his 16th straight game with a knee injury that he suffered on December 3. He has been skating consistently with the Canucks and is nearing a return, but it won't be tonight. There is a good chance he is back for the Canucks' next game on Monday in Los Angeles.
Edler (knee) is taking part in the Canucks full practice today.
Edler has missed five weeks with a knee injury, but appears close to returning to the lineup. The Canucks are off tonight, but are back in action tomorrow. Edler definitely seems like a possibility for Friday's game. Monitor his status during tomorrow's morning skate.
Edler (knee) took part in the Canucks game-day skate.
Edler has been out since December 3, but his presence at the morning skate suggests that he could return this evening. However it seems very unlikely that he will play tonight, Edler appears to be getting close to returning to the blueline. He has had a bad year posting three goals and six assists with a minus-12 rating in 27 games.
Edler will miss his 11th consecutive game today after suffering a knee injury on December 3. Edler has had a disappointing season recording just nine points (3G / 6A) with a minus-12 rating in 27 games. He likely won't return for at least another 10 days.
Edler was injured in Tuesday's win over the Predators and will not play Friday. Andrew Alberts will suit up with Edler on the shelf. He has struggled this season posting just three goals and six assists with a minus-12 rating in 27 games.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Alexander Edler will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety Friday for an incident against the San Jose Sharks Thursday night.
At approximately 19:46 of the second period, Edler collied with Sharks forward Tomas Hertl near the Vancouver bench, resulting in Hertl losing his helmet. There was no penalty called on the play and Hertl skated a regular shift in the third period.