Myers posted a power-play assist, two shots on goal and a pair of blocked shots in Thursday's 3-1 win over the Maple Leafs.
Myers earned the secondary helper on the second of Jake Virtanen's two goals in the game. The 31-year-old Myers is up to 13 points, 48 shots on net, 38 blocks and 39 PIM through 27 contests. He's collected three of his 10 assists on the power play.
Myers scored a goal on three shots and added two PIM in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Oilers.
Myers' shot early in the first period deflected off an Oilers defender and into the net. The goal was his third of the season -- he's added eight helpers, 39 shots on goal, 33 blocked shots and 37 PIM in 23 games. The defenseman has averaged 22:22 of ice time and provides a well-rounded style of play.
Myers posted an assist in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Flames.
Myers carried the puck through the neutral zone with the Canucks on a 4-on-1. He sent a pass to Brock Boeser, who sniped his team-leading 12th goal of the season to finish Wednesday's scoring. Myers has a goal and three helpers in his last three games, giving him 10 points through 20 contests overall. The veteran blueliner has added 32 shots on net, 35 PIM, 32 blocked shots and 17 hits.
Myers notched two assists, a pair of shots on goal and two PIM in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flames.
Myers was engaged again on offense, which included a pass to set up Brock Boeser for the equalizer in the final minute of the third period with the Canucks shorthanded. Through 19 games this season, Myers has nine points, 31 blocked shots, 35 PIM, 31 shots on goal and a minus-1 rating.
Myers scored a goal on three shots in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Flames.
Myers made an aggressive move in the offensive zone and floated a shot past Jacob Markstrom to give the Canucks a 2-1 lead. The tally stood as Myers' second of the season and his first point since Jan. 28. The 31-year-old defenseman is up to seven points, 29 shots on net, 30 blocked shots, 17 hits and 33 PIM through 18 outings. He can run hot and cold throughout the year, but Myers' big frame makes him a solid source of non-scoring numbers most of the time.
Myers recorded an assist in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Myers set up Tyler Motte for the opening tally at 2:06 of the first period. The 30-year-old Myers has performed reasonable well in a top-four role for the Canucks, collecting five points, 14 shots on goal, 18 blocked shots and 23 PIM in nine contests. He may be worth a look in deeper formats, although he shouldn't be expected to score at his current rate for the course of the season.
Myers was not suspended for his hit on Joel Armia in Thursday's contest against the Canadiens.
After reviewing Myers' hit, the league determined that it was legal and the incidental contact to Armia's head wasn't intentional. Myers should be good to suit up for Saturday's rematch against Montreal while Armia is set to miss time with a concussion.
Myers recorded two assists, eight blocked shots and 16 PIM in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Canadiens.
Already shorthanded on the blue line, the Canucks turned to Myers to fill a top-four role. He did alright with the pair of assists, but he also took three minor penalties to add stress to the defense corps. Myers' worst moment of the game came in the third period, when he was given a match penalty for a headshot on Joel Armia, who was diagnosed with a concussion after the game. As with many dangerous plays, a suspension could be in the cards for Myers for his reckless moment. The Canucks can ill afford losing Myers with Travis Hamonic, Alexander Edler and Jalen Chatfield all sidelined by upper-body injuries.
Myers produced an assist and two hits in Wednesday's 6-5 shootout win over the Canadiens.
Myers had the secondary helper on Brock Boeser's equalizer at 16:51 of the third period, which forced overtime. It was the second point in as many games for Myers -- that accounts for all of his offense in five outings. The 30-year-old blueliner also has six hits and eight blocked shots this year.
Myers recorded a shorthanded goal and a team-high four blocked shots in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Flames.
Myers was fairly solid defensively Monday, although he did have a roughing minor that led to the Flames' third goal on a 5-on-3 power play. The 30-year-old blueliner was rewarded with a goal, although that came with some good fortune -- Myers' centering pass deflected off Mark Giordano's stick and through Jacob Markstrom's five-hole. The tally was Myers' first point in four games to go with eight blocks, four hits and six shots on goal.
Myers (shoulder) will be back in the lineup for Sunday's Game 4 showdown with Vegas.
Myers missed the last seven games after separating his shoulder Aug. 14 against the Blues. He'll be stationed on the bottom defensive pair with Oscar Fantenberg.
Myers (shoulder) is expected to take warmups ahead of Sunday's Game 4 against the Golden Knights, Dan Murphy of Sportsnet reports.
Myers is officially a game-time decision for Sunday's must-win matchup, but the team believes he has a good chance of playing. We may not have a final verdict on his status until after the team finishes warmups.
Myers (shoulder) isn't expected to be ready to return until sometime next week, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Thursday night's Game 3 versus Vegas is expected to be postponed, and at this point it isn't clear when it will be played, but either way, Myers will likely miss at least a few more contests with his separated shoulder. The 30-year-old blueliner went scoreless while averaging 18:56 of ice time in six postseason contests before suffering his injury.
Myers (shoulder) won't be avaiable for the "early" games in Vancouver's second-round matchup with Vegas but could return later in the series, TSN Radio Vancouver reports.
Myers' recovery timeline remains a bit of an enigma, but it sounds like he won't be available for Game 2 on Tuesday or Game 3 on Thursday at a minimum. The 30-year-old American's absence will continue to test the Canucks' depth at defense, but it won't make waves in fantasy circles, as Myers went scoreless through Vancouver's first six postseason contests before suffering a separated shoulder.
Myers (shoulder) is unavailable for Sunday's Game 1 versus the Golden Knights, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Myers is reportedly getting closer to returning despite dealing with a slightly separated shoulder, but he'll have to wait until Tuesday's Game 2 at the earliest. Jordie Benn will remain in the lineup for the time being.
Myers suffered a slightly separated shoulder and is hoping to be available for the next round if the Canucks advance, per Farhan Lalji of TSN.
The news rules out Myers for Game 6 and 7 (if needed). Considering the defenseman is pointless in his last nine outings, few fantasy players will be chomping at the bit to get him into their lineups. Jordie Benn or Oscar Fantenberg figure to be the odd-man-out once Myers is cleared to play.
As expected, Myers (shoulder) won't be in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 5 against St. Louis, Matthew Sekers of TSN 1040 AM reports.
Myers isn't expected to be available for any of the Canucks' three remaining first-round games, so this news doesn't come as a surprise. Jordie Benn will likely continue to fill in on Vancouver's bottom pairing until Myers is given the green light.
Myers (shoulder) is "unlikely" to return to the lineup for a game in the series against the Blues, Andrew Walker of Sportsnet reports.
The defenseman suffered the injury in the third period of Game 2 and has yet to see action since. This news is certainly not a good sign for the severity of the injury, and the Canucks are locked in a battle with the series deadlocked at two games apiece. If this news comes to fruition, expect Jordie Benn and Oscar Fantenberg to continue to draw into the lineup for the rest of the series on the back end.
Myers (shoulder) will not play in Monday's Game 4 contest against the Blues.
Myers was injured in Game 2 and has since missed the last two contests. It's unclear if he's close to returning, so he'll be questionable for Game 5 on Wednesday.
Myers (shoulder) won't play in Sunday's Game 3 versus the Blues, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Myers sustained a shoulder injury after taking an awkward hit from Brayden Schenn in Friday's Game 2. It's unclear who will replace Myers on the third pairing, but Olli Juolevi and Jack Rathbone are candidates.
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|03/06||vs TOR||W 4-2||0||0||0||-1||21:24|
|03/04||vs TOR||W 3-1||0||1||1||0||21:32|
|03/02||@ WPG||L 2-5||0||0||0||-2||19:16|
|03/01||@ WPG||W 4-0||0||1||1||+1||18:49|
|02/25||vs EDM||L 0-3||0||0||0||-1||21:05|
|02/23||vs EDM||L 3-4||1||0||1||0||22:38|
|02/21||vs WPG||L 3-4 (OT)||0||0||0||0||20:43|
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