The Maple Leafs have placed Jannik Hansen (undisclosed) on injured reserve.
Hansen was injured on a hit during the Canucks’ physical contest in Toronto on Saturday. Hansen’s move to IR means that he will miss at least the next three games with an undisclosed injury. Hansen had been playing with the Sedin Twins, so his injury should see Loui Eriksson move back up.
Hansen (undisclosed) considered day-to-day after missing Friday’s practice.
Hansen left Wednesday’s game with an undisclosed injury and then missed Friday’s practice which puts his status for Saturday’s game in serious doubt. With Hansen missing practice, Alex Burrows skated on the Canucks top line.
Hansen was expected to be in the lineup last night, but he ended up being held out of the lineup. He underwent a few more tests on Tuesday and has been cleared to return to the lineup on Sunday in Anaheim.
Hansen had been confirmed in the lineup by head coach Willie Desjardins, but he ended up being held out of the lineup vs.the Canucks. It was probably for the better, as the Canucks clearly did not need him as they easily disposed of Arizona. Consider Hansen day-to-day.
Hansen (undisclosed) is expected to play on Monday.
Despite being sent to the hospital after collapsing on the bench on bench last night. Hansen did not take part in Sunday’s practice, head coach Willie Desjardins expects Hansen to be good-to-go on Monday.
Hansen is fine after being taken to hospital after collapsing on the bench on Saturday night.
There is no word on what caused Hansen to collapse, but the Canucks go all good news regarding Hansen’s condition at the hospital. “Everything checked out,” head coach Willie Desjardins said post-game, so this is obviously great news for the Canuck forward. Expect him to be held out of Monday’s game vs. Arizona.
Hansen is eligible to play tomorrow and skated on a line with Ryan Kesler and Chris Higgins this afternoon. Hansen has missed the last 10 games after injuring his arm on October 22. He recovered quicker than expected and the Canucks are finally getting healthy. They look like a much more dangerous team than they did a week ago with Hansen and David Booth back.
Hansen skated with the Canucks for the first time since suffering an arm injury on October 22.
Hansen missed the last nine games but should return to the lineup shortly. His original timetable was 3-4 weeks and it has been 22 days so his return is just around the corner and could possibly play on Thursday. Hansen had two goals and two assists in 11 games.