Cracknell dished out a pair of assists in Monday's win over the Sabres. Cracknell had just one point since the end of October coming into Monday, but had a surprisingly productive outing for his first multi-point effort of the year. The fourth line center likely won't have those kind of games too often, though.
Cracknell scored his third goal of the season in Monday's loss to the Canadiens. Cracknell had a nice stretch in the beginning of the season, scoring in two of the team's opening four games and adding an assist a few games after that, but the 30-year-old had been held off the scoresheet in five straight coming into Monday's contest. That sort of cold spell is more in line with what should be expected out of the fourth line center, who has never eclipsed seven points in his five year career.
Adam Cracknell has made the Canucks' final roster and will serve as the fourth-line center, The Province reports.
Adam Cracknell signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Tuesday.
Adam Cracknell was traded to the Blues on Thursday for future considerations.
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