Vancouver Canucks

4th Pacific | 1-0-1
  • Goals For
    186 GF
  • Goals Against
    239 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.1 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    821 PIM
  • McLellan: Maroon’s lower-body injury not considered serious
    ProHockeyTalk3 hours ago

    McLellan: Maroon’s lower-body injury not considered serious

    It appears Patrick Maroon‘s injury from Wednesday’s preseason game against the Vancouver Canucks looked worse than it is. The Edmonton Oilers forward was in obvious pain immediately after he went hard into the boards from an awkward hit delivered by James Sheppard just past the midway point of the third period. Maroon needed help to the bench and was unable to put much, if any, pressure on his left leg. He left the game and didn’t return. Good news, however, from the Oilers: Head coach Todd McLellan told reporters on Friday that the injury — lower body — is not serious, as per the team’s Twitter account. According to Mark Spector of Sportsnet, the 28-year-old Maroon is expected to be ready for

  • Ex-Avs, Coyotes defenseman Elliott signs in KHL

    Ex-Avs, Coyotes defenseman Elliott signs in KHL

    Stefan Elliott, the 49th pick in 2009 that appeared in nearly 100 NHL contests, is trying his luck overseas. On Thursday, KHL club AK Bars Kazan announced it had signed Elliott for the upcoming campaign. Once considered a promising blueline prospect, Elliott, 25, split last season between Arizona and Nashville, appearing in 21 games at the big league level. He also spent a fair chunk of time in the American League, scoring 19 points in 35 games. Originally drafted by Colorado, Elliott played 63 contests for the Avs over the course of four years. He was never able to break through and become a regular on defense, this despite having a pretty good rookie campaign in ’11-12 under then-head coach