• Parent Headed For Unrestricted Free Agency

    News: Ryan Parent did not receive a qualifying offer from the Canucks prior to Monday's deadline, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: Ryan Parent appeared in just four games with the Canucks. He's bounced back and forth between the AHL and NHL the past five seasons and will likely have a similar role if he catches on with a new team.
  • Canucks Assign Parent To AHL

    News: Ryan Parent was assigned to Chicago of the AHL on Friday, the Canucks' official site reports.
    Analysis: Ryan Parent will have to pass through waivers before joining the Wolves. Like last year, he appears destined to spend most of his time in the minors this season.
  • Canucks' Parent Clears Waivers

    News: Parent cleared waivers Friday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
    Analysis: Parent will report to Manitoba of the AHL. The Canucks have a ton of depth on defense this season, so Parent would need a rash of injuries to his for any significant playing time to open up.
  • Canucks Placing Parent On Waivers

    News: The Canucks will place Parent on waivers Thursday, the Vancouver Province's Jim Jamieson reports.
    Analysis: Assuming Parent goes unclaimed, the Canucks will send him to AHL Manitoba. He has played in just four games this season.
  • Parent Nearing End Of Stay In Vancouver?

    News: Parent is in danger of his roster spot once Sami Salo (Achilles) and Christian Ehrhoff (concussion) return to action, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: Parent is currently the Canucks' seventh defenseman, so the odds are he'll draw the short stick when Salo and Ehrhoff return. The former first-round pick is pointless with a minus-3 rating in four appearances this season.
  • Canucks Recall Parent (Groin)

    News: The Canucks re-called Parent (groin) on Thursday, the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
    Analysis: Parent played in seven games during a conditioning stint with Manitoba of the AHL. The 23-year-old blueliner will add depth to the Canucks' back end, but he's not expected to play a huge role.
  • Canucks' Parent Reassigned to AHL

    News: Parent (groin) has been re-assigned to the AHL for a conditioning assignment, the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
    Analysis: Parent has played in just four games for the Canucks this season after suffering a groin injury to open the month of November. By rule, he will only be permitted to remain with Manitoba for two weeks.
  • Canucks' Parent Still Hobbled by Groin Injury

    News: Parent is still dealing with a sore groin, the Vancouver Province reports.
    Analysis: Parent's status for Tuesday's tilt against the Canadiens is still unknown. The depth defenseman will likely find himself outside of the regular rotation even after he returns to health.
  • Canucks' Parent (Groin) Out Monday

    News: Parent (groin) missed Monday's 3-0 win over the Devils.
    Analysis: Parent didn't travel with the team for their two-game road trip that starts Tuesday, so he'll likely be unavailable until Saturday at the earliest. With Keith Ballard back in the lineup, Parent will struggle to see the ice even after he returns to full strength.
  • Canucks' Parent Suffer Minor Groin Injury

    News: Parent left Sunday's practice with a minor groin injury, the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: There was no indication about Parent's status for Monday's tilt against the Devils, but with Keith Ballard (concussion) nearing a return, the depth defenseman might find himself in the press box whether or not he's healthy enough to play.