Jannik Hansen

#36 RW / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 lb Age: 29 College: None

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31%
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13%
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37
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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Turns in hat trick Saturday

    Hansen tallied a hat trick Saturday in a 5-4 loss to the Penguins. Evgeni Malkin also turned a trick of his own at the other end of the rink in what was quite a wild affair in the matinee contest. Hansen's second career hat trick gives him 15 goals and 26 points in 45 games this season, a pace of 45 points that would give the ninth-year NHLer a new career high over 2011-12's 39-point effort. He also leads the Canucks with a plus-11 rating, so there's definitely some value to be had here, but just be mindful of his rather astronomical shooting percentage of 18.1.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Returning to the lineup Sunday

    Hansen (upper body) will return to the lineup on Sunday according to his coach Willie Desjardins. That will be a quick rehab for Hansen, who just resumed skating four days ago. It remains to be seen if this will be a limited return, so it could be best to wait until after his first game before investing in him.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Skates Wednesday

    Hansen (upper body) resumed skating Wednesday, Jon Abbott of TSN 1040 reports. Hansen's return to the ice Wednesday is an encouraging development in his recovery from an upper-body injury, but he didn't take contact in Wednesday's workout, and doesn't expect to play Thursday against Washington. Expect an update on the 29-year-old winger's once he's able to return to practice with his teammates.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Placed on injured reserve

    Hansen (upper body) has been placed on injured reserve, according to the NHL Media Site reports. Hansen exited Wednesday's game with the upper-body injury, and it appears the issue is serious enough for the winger to miss at least a week. The move comes on the heels of the Canucks acquiring Emerson Etem from the Rangers, and opens up a roster spot for the new addition. Hansen's next chance to play now comes Jan. 14 against the Capitals, but the team should provide another update on his status at some point in the near future.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Leaves with apparent injury

    Hansen left Wednesday's game with an apparent injury. Hansen was able to briefly return to action after leaving the game, but he could not continue. Expect his status to be updated when more news is released.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Carries team to victory Saturday against Oilers

    Hansen scored in regulation and had the overtime-winning goal Saturday against the Oilers. Hansen is red-hot right now, having recorded four goals and six points in his last six games. Skating on the top line with the Sedin twins, the 29-year-old is up to 12 goals and 22 points in 37 games on the year. He's known for being streaky, but his plus-11 rating speaks to his solid overall play this season and as long as he's skating on the top line and continues to put pucks on net, he should have no problem producing and surpassing his previous career high of 16 goals.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Scores 10th goal in loss

    Hansen scored his 10th goal of the season and had an assist in Sunday's shootout loss to Florida. That's two goals and four points in three games for Hansen, who continues to produce for a struggling Canucks squad. While Henrik Sedin is currently sidelined, Hansen is still producing on the top line with Daniel Sedin and has 20 points and a plus-9 rating in 35 games this season. While he doesn't play on the power play, the speedy winger has been logging solid minutes and is worth looking at if he sticks on the top line, especially once Henrik returns from his lower-body injury.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Grabs helper Friday

    Hansen delivered an assist Friday in the Canucks' eventual 4-3 shootout win over the Red Wings. Hansen has crafted 18 points (nine goals, nine assists) in 34 games this campaign, putting him on track for a career-high 42 combined goals and assists. A key component behind Hansen's surge this season is a shooting percentage that stands at 14.8, with the man from Denmark appearing to be rather selective with his shots. He's been able to find open lanes in order to put the puck in the net and set up scores all the same. If you need an experienced winger in deep leagues who isn't flashy but gets the job done, consider picking up Hansen.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Notches two points in win

    Hansen scored his eighth goal of the season and added an assist in a win over the Blackhawks Saturday. Hansen's loving life on the top line with the Sedin twins, who combined for nine points Saturday. Hansen is now up to six goals and 13 points in 21 games on the season. While he's finding twine, his plus-11 rating -- which ranks seventh in the entire NHL -- might be even more impressive. Hansen's a streaky scorer and while he may be slotted in on the top line, don't expect top-line numbers. He's never hit 40 points and often goes cold for extended periods of time. Use him while he's rolling with the twins, but don't put all your eggs in one basket. Once he gets bumped down to the bottom six, his fantasy value will decrease significantly.

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    Canucks' Jannik Hansen: Scores for second straight game

    Hansen scored for the second straight game in Wednesday's loss to the Penguins. While Hansen is known for being a streaky scorer, he's having a very strong start to the season, sporting a plus-7 rating though 13 games thus far. Skating on a line with Alex Burrows and Bo Horvat, Hansen has produced three goals and three assists -- solid totals for a bottom-six forward. He's never hit 40 points in his career, but Hansen is a valuable depth scorer who could come close to 20 goals this season.

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