Nicklas Jensen

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

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    Rangers' Nicklas Jensen: Dealt to Rangers

    The Canucks traded Jensen and a 2017 sixth-round pick to the Rangers in exchange for Emerson Etem on Friday. Jensen, a former first-round pick, hasn't done much at the NHL level, tallying six points (three goals, three assists) in 24 career games with Canucks. The 22-year-old winger will report to AHL Hartford, and could work his way into a bottom-six role with the Rangers if he performs well enough in the minors.

  • Canucks Reassign Jensen To AHL

    News: Nicklas Jensen was reassigned to AHL Utica on Monday.
    Analysis: Nicklas Jensen was recalled prior to Saturday's contest as depth due to the injury to Alex Burrows. He didn't appear in a game, however, and will now head back to Utica, where he has 20 points in 38 games this season.
  • Canucks' Jensen Recalled From AHL

    News: Nicklas Jensen was recalled from AHL Utica on Saturday.
    Analysis: Alex Burrows missed Friday's game with a lower-body injury and this move suggests he may need a little bit more time to heal up. Nicklas Jensen has yet to record a point in five games with Vancouver this season but has chipped in 10 goals and 10 assists in 38 games with Utica.
  • Canucks Reassign Jensen

    News: Nicklas Jensen was reassigned to AHL Utica on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Called up in advance of the Canucks' recently-completed seven-game road swing as insurance at forward, Nicklas Jensen only saw action for the final two games of the trip. He'll pick up more consistent minutes back in Utica.
  • Canucks Recall Jensen

    News: Nicklas Jensen was recalled from AHL Utica on Friday.
    Analysis: The Canucks will bring back Nicklas Jensen after Zack Kassian was ruled out for two-to-three weeks with a finger injury, landing on IR as a result. Jensen isn't likely to see much ice time during the Canucks' seven-game road trip, as he'll just represent an insurance option in the event one of the team's forwards gets injured.
  • Canucks Reassign Jensen To Utica

    News: Nicklas Jensen was reassigned to AHL Utica on Saturday.
    Analysis: The returns of injured wingers Radim Vrbata (leg) and Derek Dorsett (undisclosed) on Friday made it unnecessary for Nicklas Jensen to stick around with the Canucks any longer. Jensen, 21, appeared in three games with the NHL squad.
  • Canucks Recall Jensen

    News: Nicklas Jensen was recalled from AHL Utica on Friday, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: Nicklas Jensen will add depth among the forwards with Zack Kassian dealing with a lower-body injury. He and Bo Horvat are candidates for added ice time until Kassian returns.
  • Canucks' Jensen Assigned To AHL Utica

    News: Nicklas Jensen was assigned to AHL Utica on Monday.
    Analysis: "It's a bit about numbers, I thought he had a really good camp. We want him to play, to get minutes," said coach Willie Desjardins. Nicklas Jensen, who managed three goals and six points in a 17-game stint with the Canucks in 2013-14, will get prime opportunities to succeed with the AHL Comets in 2014-15.
  • Canucks' Jensen Picks Up Two Points In Loss

    News: Nicklas Jensen scored a goal and picked up an assist on a Nick Bonino tally in Tuesday's preseason loss to San Jose.
    Analysis: Nicklas Jensen impressed in the Canucks' rookie camp and has now carried that play over into the preseason. The Danish prospect is well on his way to earning a full-time roster spot with the Canucks. Competition is tough this season, however, with fellow prospects Hunter Shinkaruk, Bo Horvat, Brendan Gaunce, and Dane Fox all battling for a coveted roster spot. Jensen needs to continue creating offense if he hopes to play with the big boys this season.
  • Canucks Reassign Jensen

    News: The Canucks reassigned Nicklas Jensen to AHL Utica on Monday.
    Analysis: Nicklas Jensen collected three goals and three assists in 17 games with the Canucks, and will return to Utica now that Vancouver's season is over.
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