Tanev (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Friday's game against the Ducks. Tanev sat out the last two games with an unspecified injury, but he will return to the ice Friday night. He will skate alongside Alexander Edler and form the Canucks' top defensive pairing.
Tanev (undisclosed) told reporters he should be ready for Friday's contest with the Ducks, Irfaan Gaffar of Sportsnet reports. Tanev is an important role player on the Canucks blueline, averaging over 21 minutes of ice time per game, including 1:17 with the man advantage. The 26-year-old, however, has not had success getting on the scoresheet, registering just five points in 34 contests. Tanev's pointless game streak currently sits at 22.
Tanev (undisclosed) is not in the lineup Monday against the Kings. Tanev had seemed especially doubtful to play in this game after missing practice earlier Monday, and he can now be considered a confirmed scratch. His next chance to return to action will come Friday when the Canucks host Anaheim.
Tanev didn't practice Monday during morning skate and is dealing with an undisclosed injury that held him out Saturday. Tanev's status for Monday's game against the Kings seems in doubt, especially following his absence from Monday's morning skate. Unlike many of his other teammates who missed practice, the blueliner didn't receive an update following the session, likely suggesting he will probably miss the contest. However, he should have a refreshed status at some point prior to the contest.
Tanev (hand) is in the lineup Thursday against the Stars. Tanev missed Tuesday's game against the Kings due to a hand injury stemming from a blocked shot in the previous contest, but it appears the issue was minor. He'll pair with Edler for Thursday's contest, bumping Luca Sbisa out of the lineup.
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