- Vincent Arseneau had a scary head-first collision into the boards during Friday’s game against the Firebirds that kept him out of Sunday’s action.
- Michael Regush left the team’s second game against Coachella Valley after going hard into the dasher, not unlike Mark Borowiecki. His status could be in doubt come Friday.
- The Vancouver Canucks quietly removed Karel Plasek from their season-opening injured reserve list. Plasek missed training camp recovering from off-season hip surgery, but this minor transaction could signify that he is nearing a return to the lineup.
General Manager Patrik Allvin announced today the following roster moves:⁰⁰- Curtis Lazar and Brock Boeser placed on injured reserve⁰- Sheldon Dries and William Lockwood recalled from Abbotsford (AHL)
— Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) October 26, 2022
Wow, it's Rau 🤩!
General Manager, Ryan Johnson, announced today that the club has signed forward Kyle Rau to a one-year AHL contract for the 2022-23 season.
— Abbotsford Canucks (@abbycanucks) October 25, 2022
Dylan MacPherson has been recalled by the Abbotsford Canucks https://t.co/31KjhQe1L1
— Abbotsford Canucks (@abbycanucks) October 26, 2022
- Guillaume Brisebois, Noah Juulsen, and Sheldon Dries’ recalls and injuries to Arseneau and Regush required the team to sign and recall training camp invitee Dylan MacPherson and veteran AHL centerman free agent Kyle Rau.
Vancouver Canucks General Manager Patrik Allvin announced today that forward Jack Studnicka has been acquired from the Boston Bruins in exchange for goaltender Michael DiPietro and defenceman Jonathan Myrenberg.
— Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) October 28, 2022
- For those wondering, this is officially Arturs Silovs’ team now.
— David Quadrelli (@QuadreIli) September 17, 2021