After missing three games with a lower-body injury, Tanev returned to the lineup last night, only to get hurt again. There has been no indication whether or not Tanev re-injured himself or if he suffered a new lower-body ailment. Either way, his injury means that Nikita Tryamkin will make his season debut.
Tanev (undisclosed) will return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Tanev has missed the last three games but will return to the lineup on Wednesday in Montreal. Tanev will return to his spot next to Alex Edler on the top pairing as well as see power-play time with the second unit.
Tanev (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Tanev has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury, but it looks like he will return to the lineup on Wednesday. Tanev has picked up one assist and four shots on goal while averaging 20:03 TOI in his first six games this season.
Tanev (lower-body) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Tanev was tangled up with Anze Kopitar on Saturday and absorbed a big hit from Nick Ritchie on Sunday, so he was too banged up to participate in the morning skate and won’t play on Tuesday. With Tanev out, Troy Stretcher was recalled from Utica (AHL) and he is expected to make his NHL debut.
Tanev (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Tanev missed Sunday’s game with an undisclosed injury and will be a game-time decision tonight in Columbus. Tanev has one goal and three assists in 14 games this season. He will likely replace Alex Biega if he does play.
The Canucks have signed Chris Tanev to a five-year, 22.25 million ($4.45M AAV) contract extension.
Tanev does not provide much in terms of offence or fantasy value, but he has been an outstanding defenseman for the Canucks this season. He was set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the season, but is now locked up through the 2019-20 NHL season.
Tanev (concussion) will return to the Canucks lineup on Monday.
Tanev has been out with a concussion since February 14th, but will be back in tonight vs. Anaheim. Tanev will play in his usual spot on the top-pair with Alex Edler. The 25-year-old has registered 15 points (2G / 13A) in 53 games this season.
Tanev missed Monday’s game with an upper-body injury that is believed to be related to his hand. GM Jim Benning announced after Monday’s game that Tanev’s injury is not all that serious and he is day-to-day.
Tanev was reportedly spotted leaving the morning skate with an ice bag on his hand. With Tanev out, the Canucks will be without their top-pair because Alex Edler is also out. Alex Biega will make his NHL debut alongside Luca Sbisa in Tanev’s absence.