Dan Hamhuis

#2 D / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 208 lb Age: 32 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Canucks' Dan Hamhuis: Records plus-2 rating in loss

      Hamhuis recorded a plus-2 rating and blocked three shots in Wednesday's loss to the Penguins. While it was another good defensive showing from Hamhuis, he's stuck at just two assists in 10 games thus far. His averaged ice time has dipped to 19:12 this season and he's no longer on the power play, so don't expect the 32-year-old to produce a ton of offense. After two consecutive seasons from Hamhuis in the 20-point range, it's fairly evident what you're getting with him.

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      Canucks' Dan Hamhuis: Returning to lineup Monday

      Hamhuis will be in the lineup against Philadelphia on Monday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. After missing Vancouver's previous three games with a lower-body injury, Hamhuis will make his return to the Canucks' lineup, where he is likely to play with Yannick Weber on the second defensive pairing. Hamhuis' production is down this year, tallying just two assists in eight games, and is likely due to a reduction in minutes from 21:32 to 19:15 per game.

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      Canucks' Dan Hamhuis: Returns to practice

      Hamhuis (lower body) returned to the ice for practice Sunday morning. Hamhuis was ruled out for the Canucks' three-game road trip because of the lower-body injury he suffered against Detroit that sent him to injured reserve. His presence at practice Sunday likely indicates he's close to rejoining the lineup, but more should be revealed about his potential availability Monday at the team's gameday morning skate.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Canucks' Dan Hamhuis: Will not join team on two-game road trip

      Hamhuis (undisclosed) will not travel with the Canucks for the team's upcoming two-game road trip. Hamhuis was reportedly held out of Tuesday night's tilt against Montreal due to "maintenance reasons," but it appears as though the ailment may be a bit more serious than initially expected, as Hamhuis is now set to miss Vancouver's next two games with the injury. His next chance to return to action will come Monday against the Flyers.

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      Canucks' Dan Hamhuis: Out Tuesday

      Hamhuis will miss Tuesday night's contest against the Canadiens due to "maintenance reasons," TSN Radio Vancouver reports. Hamhuis reportedly could play, but apparently the team is taking the conservative route with the defender. Expect the Canucks to provide an update on his status in the coming days, knowing his next chance to suit up will be Thursday for a road game in Dallas.

    • Canucks' Hamhuis Finally Finds Twine

      News: Dan Hamhuis took six shots and finally scored his first goal of the year -- a power-play marker, no less -- in the season's second-to-last game Thursday against Arizona.
      Analysis: It'd been a mighty long and goalless road for Dan Hamhuis, whose last goal came more than a year ago on March 16, 2014. He played in 69 games between goals, collecting a pretty modest 27 assists in that span. But hey, he's wrapping the regular season up right, having picked up five points in his last five games.
    • Two Helpers For Vancouver's Hamhuis

      News: Dan Hamhuis collected two assists and went plus-3 in Tuesday's shootout win against Nashville.
      Analysis: Dan Hamhuis has now played 55 games this season, and he still has no goals, with his 21 assists not going an especially long way toward making up for that. At least the fine evening pushed his season rating back to the positive end of things (plus-2).
    • Canucks' Hamhuis Picks Up Helper

      News: Dan Hamhuis registered an assist in Tuesday's win over the Jets.
      Analysis: It's the 18th point of the season for Dan Hamhuis, all of which have been assists. That lack of diversity in scoring isn't unusual for defensemen, but with Hamhuis' assist production by itself rather meager, there's not a whole lot to be gained by rostering him in most formats.
    • Canucks' Hamhuis Notches Two Helpers In Loss

      News: Dan Hamhuis provided two assists and six shots on goal, but finished minus-1 in Thursday's loss to Buffalo.
      Analysis: In a career marked by its unremarkable offensive statistics, this season truly stands out for Dan Hamhuis, as injuries and ineffectiveness have left him with zero goals and 13 assists in 39 games, and his minus-5 rating is the worst he's posted since his rookie season back in 2003-04.
    • Canucks' Hamhuis Picks Up Two Helpers In Loss

      News: Dan Hamhuis assisted on a pair of goals in Monday's 5-3 loss to the Wild.
      Analysis: It's Dan Hamhuis' first multi-point total of the season as he's up to 11 assists but no goals. The 32-year-old has actually gotten on to the scoresheet with a bit more regularity of late, but his level of production still won't warrant fantasy consideration except in the deepest formats.
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