Fantasy Stats

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2022
2021 -3.5-0.3 -5 9:04
2020 -1.5-0.5 -2 6:40
3y Avg. -0.25 - -1 8:47

Fantasy News

  • Oilers' Justin Bailey: Receives PTO from Edmonton

    Bailey signed a professional tryout contract with the Oilers on Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Bailey spent the last three years with the Canucks, drawing into 19 games without recording a point in that span. He's been better in the AHL, recording 27 points in 30 contests last year. Bailey will likely need a strong showing in training camp to earn a contract from the cap-strapped Oilers.
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  • Justin Bailey: Will be unrestricted free agent

    Bailey will be allowed to hit the open market Wednesday after Vancouver declined to give him a qualifying offer. Bailey will likely join his fourth NHL club, having logged 82 games for Buffalo, Philadelphia and Vancouver. Despite the lack of production, he has nine points in his career, the 2013 second-round pick will likely still get some offers from around the league.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Moves to AHL

    Bailey was reassigned to AHL Abbotsford on Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Bailey was on the taxi squad, but teams will not have any spare players on hand after the All-Star break. The 26-year-old winger will likely remain with Abbotsford for much of the rest of the season.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Drops to taxi squad

    Bailey was reassigned to the taxi squad Saturday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Bailey's demotion will clear a path for Phil Di Giuseppe, Juho Lammikko or Justin Dowling to enter the lineup Saturday versus Calgary. Bailey's gone scoreless while skating in a bottom-six role through 14 NHL appearances this season, so there's no reason for fantasy managers to track his movement between the taxi squad and the active roster.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Set to play

    Bailey has been promoted from the taxi squad to the active roster ahead of Friday's game versus the Panthers. Bailey is expected to skate on the Canucks' second line against Florida. He's gone scoreless through 10 NHL appearances this season.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Rises to taxi squad

    Bailey was assigned to the taxi squad Thursday. Bailey could rise to the active roster soon, as J.T. Miller is awaiting confirmation after returning a positive PCR test for COVID-19. The 26-year-old Bailey could be an option to fill in for a bottom-six role in Friday's game versus the Panthers if Miller ends up being unavailable.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Joins taxi squad

    The Canucks added Bailey to the taxi squad Saturday. The winger went pointless in 10 early-season games before being waived Nov. 18. The Canucks could recall Bailey as a replacement if multiple regular forwards remain unavailable.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Hits waivers

    Bailey was waived by Vancouver on Thursday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Bailey's gone scoreless while posting a minus-4 rating through 10 games this campaign, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. In the likely scenario that he passes through waivers unclaimed, look for Bailey to be assigned to AHL Utica.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Recalled by Vancouver

    Bailey was recalled by the Canucks on Tuesday. Justin Dowling (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move, so Bailey could be in for an extended stay with the big club. The 26-year-old winger has racked up three goals and six points through five games with AHL Abbotsford this season.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Lands on waivers

    Bailey was waived by the Canucks on Sunday, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports. Bailey has appeared in five contests for the Canucks over the past two campaigns, being held scoreless each game. He could find himself called up again this year if the team suffers some injuries to its forward group.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Returning to action Thursday

    Bailey (shoulder) is on the game roster for Thursday's preseason contest against Edmonton. Bailey missed the final 39 games last season after suffering a shoulder injury that eventually required surgery, and he came down with COVID-19 in September. He's appeared in just five NHL contests over the last two seasons and hasn't scored a point during that time. The 26-year-old could land a bottom-six role with the Canucks out of training camp.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: On the ice for practice

    Bailey (shoulder/COVID-19) is on the ice for Tuesday's practice, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports. Bailey underwent shoulder surgery in late March and tested positive for COVID-19 in late September, so he'll likely be eased in at practice before potentially entering the lineup for a preseason contest. The 26-year-old winger drew into just three games with the Canucks in 2020-21, going scoreless over that span. He'll likely spend the majority of the upcoming campaign in the minors.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Tests positive for COVID-19

    Bailey (shoulder) tested positive for COVID-19 and won't be able to travel to Vancouver for the next 10 days, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports. Bailey was already coming into camp having missed the end of the previous season due to a shoulder injury and now will be unavailable for at least the first two preseason contests. The 26-year-old winger will face an uphill battle to secure a spot on the Opening Night roster, though an injury to Tyler Motte (upper body) could create a spot.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Returns on two-way deal

    Bailey (shoulder) penned a one-year, two-way contract with Vancouver on Wednesday. Bailey has played just five games in the NHL since joining the Canucks but his shoulder injury likely limited his free-agent options. Even once fully fit, the Buffalo native is unlikely to be a consistently NHL option for Vancouver and should be expected to split time between leagues next year.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Done for season

    Bailey underwent season-ending shoulder surgery Monday, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Bailey suffered a shoulder injury during the Feb. 11 loss to the Flames, and he was placed on long-term injured reserve in mid-March. The 25-year-old will be shut down for the season. The Buffalo native is expected to be back to 100 percent this summer, so he'll be ready for the 2021-22 campaign. Bailey will be a restricted free agent this offseason. He has collected nine points over 68 career NHL games.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Shifts to LTIR

    Bailey (upper body) was placed on long-term injured reserve Wednesday, Patrick Johnston of Province Sports reports. This is simply a salary cap move, as Bailey has already been sidelined for over a month and will be eligible to return whenever he's deemed fit to play. He's gone scoreless through three top-level appearances this season.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Lands on IR

    Bailey (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Bailey left Thursday's loss to the Flames early, and now he'll be required to miss at least a week while on IR with his first possible return being Feb. 19. The 25-year-old played in each of Vancouver's last three games, totaling six shots on net and a minus-2 rating.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Exits early Thursday

    Bailey suffered an upper-body injury and won't return to Thursday's game versus the Flames. Bailey skated only 4:20 over eight shifts, racking up two shots on goal, two PIM and a minus-1 rating. The 25-year-old winger was playing in his third straight game before suffering the injury. If he isn't able to return Saturday versus the Flames, Jake Virtanen could take his place in the lineup.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Back with active roster

    Bailey was promoted to Vancouver's active roster Saturday. Bailey took part in line rushes during morning skate, so he could make his season debut Saturday against Toronto. The 25-year-old forward went scoreless while averaging just 5:20 of ice time in two appearances with the Canucks last campaign.
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  • Canucks' Justin Bailey: Added to active roster

    The Canucks added Bailey to their active roster Thursday. Bailey isn't expected to draw into the lineup for Thursday's game against Toronto, but he'll be on hand as an emergency option. The 25-year-old winger has yet to appear in an NHL contest this season.
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