Victor Oreskovich

RW / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Oreskovich Not Returning To Vancouver

    News: The Canucks have opted not to re-sign Victor Oreskovich, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: That means Victor Oreskovich will become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. The big (6-3, 215) right winger has totaled just four points over the past two seasons with the Canucks. He could catch on as a fourth-line option elsewhere, but regardless of where he lands big point totals are unlikely.
  • Canucks Reassign Oreskovich

    News: Victor Oreskovich was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Wednesday after Vancouver's 6-0 route of Colorado, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich registered seven PIM, no points, and an even plus/minus in Tuesday's blowout of the Avs. The winger has been up and down, but has failed to find a consistent spot on Vancouver's fourth line for now.
  • Canucks Call Up Oreskovich

    News: Victor Oreskovich was called up from the AHL by the Canucks on Monday.
    Analysis: The Canucks needed to add some depth as Chris Higgins is out with a foot injury. Victor Oreskovich battled for a roster spot with Vancouver in training camp but lost out on the job and was sent to AHL Chicago.
  • Canucks Assign Oreskovich To Minors

    News: The Canucks have assigned Victor Oreskovich to Chicago of the AHL, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich cleared waivers, allowing Vancouver to assign him to its AHL affiliate. The 25-year-old forward could see a promotion during the season, but it would be in a limited fourth-line role.
  • Oreskovich AHL Bound If He Clears Waivers

    News: Victor Oreskovich will be assigned to AHL Chicago if he does not get claimed off waivers, the Canucks' official site reports.
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich lost out on his bid to open the season with the parent club after the Canucks claimed Dale Weise off waivers from the Rangers on Tuesday. Players still looking for an NHL gig this close to the season generally don't carry weight in fantasy hockey. Oreskovich is no exception.
  • Canucks Waive Oreskovich

    News: The Canucks have waived Victor Oreskovich, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich had been in the mix for a spot on Vancouver's fourth line, but evidently the team's claiming Dale Weise off the waiver wire has made the former expendable.
  • Canucks' Oreskovich Nabs Spot On Fourth Line

    News: Victor Oreskovich won a spot on the Canucks' fourth line, the Vancouver Sun
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich was basically handed the gig after Steve Pinizzotto suffered a separated shoulder last week. While Oreskovich will start the season with the Canucks, he'll have to continually impress to hold on to his role long term.
  • Canucks' Oreskovich Battles For Fourth-Line Gig

    News: Victor Oreskovich is battling for one of two spots on the Canucks' fourth line this preseason, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: After appearing in 16 regular season games and all 19 postseason contest for the Canucks last season, Victor Oreskovich figures to have a leg up on the competition, but he's getting a push from Mike Duco and others. In the end, Oreskovich's two-way contract means he'll likely end up bouncing back and forth between the minors and NHL.
  • Oreskovich Inks Deal With Canucks

    News: The Canucks signed Victor Oreskovich to one-year, two-way contract Thursday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: Victor Oreskovich split time between Vancouver and Manitoba of the AHL last season. He'll serve as a depth forward for the organization once again in 2011-12.
  • Canucks Tender Qualifying Offer To Oreskovich

    News: The Canucks tendered a qualifying offer to Oreskovich on Monday, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: As a restricted free agent, the Canucks will now havethe right to match any offers Oreskovich receives this summer. The 25-year-old blueliner bounced between the minors and the big pond throughout the 2010-2011 season. He'll likely play a depth role on the back end if he stays in Vancouver.
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