|April 8, 2015: Canucks' Richardson Skates On Own|
Richardson (ankle) was able to skate on his own Wednesday morning, Irfaan Gaffar of Sportsnet.ca reports.Richardson still has yet to resume practicing with the team, which makes it seems unlikely that he'll be able to play in the Canucks' final two regular-season contests. The first round of the playoffs probably represents a more realistic target for Richardson at this point.
|April 6, 2015: Canucks' Richardson Not Practicing|
Richardson (ankle) has yet to resume practicing, Jim Jamieson of the Vancouver Province reports.The Canucks previously were calling Richardson day-to-day after he aggravated his bothersome ankle back on March 14. He spent considerable time on injured reserve with the same ailment prior to returning to the lineup, and at this point, it appears safe to say that he's out indefinitely. If he fails to demonstrate much progress in the near future, Richardson could be ruled out for the first round of the playoffs.
|March 30, 2015: Canucks' Richardson Still Sidelined|
Richardson (ankle) won't play either Monday against the Blues or Tuesday against the Preds, the Province reports.Beyond that, Richardson should be considered iffy, at best, for Thursday's contest against Chicago.
|March 26, 2015: Canucks' Richardson Not Playing Thursday|
Richardson (ankle) will not play Thursday against the Avalanche, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.Richardson was able to skate during the team's optional session, but it looks like he'll receive further time off to recover from the ankle injury. He remains day-to-day.
|March 26, 2015: Canucks' Richardson Remains Questionable|
Richardson (ankle) participated in Thursday's morning skate, but remains questionable to play later in the evening against the Avalanche.Richardson was able to practice with the team Wednesday as well, but with the center suggesting he'd likely be day-to-day for the remainder of the season, his availability may remain in question for any given night. That sort of unreliability makes it tough to justify rostering him, even in deeper formats.