Motte (undisclosed) won't play Thursday versus Edmonton.
Motte will miss a fourth straight game Thursday and remains without a timetable for his return. The 26-year-old forward can be considered out indefinitely until the Canucks release an update on his status.
Motte (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday versus the Oilers, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Motte will miss a third straight game with the injury. His next chance to return is Thursday in Edmonton.
Motte (undisclosed) isn't in Vancouver's projected lineup Monday against the Oilers, Thomas Drance of The Athletic reports.
Jimmy Vesey should continue to skate on the fourth line with Motte out. The exact nature of Motte's injury -- sustained Thursday against Toronto -- remains unclear.
Motte (undisclosed) isn't expected to play Saturday versus Toronto, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
With Motte on the shelf, Jimmy Vesey is expected to draw into the lineup against the Maple Leafs. Motte will be reevaluated ahead of Monday's matchup with the Oilers.
Motte (undisclosed) will not return to Thursday's game versus the Maple Leafs.
Motte was injured during the second period and did not return at the start of the third. It's unclear what Motte hurt. The 26-year-old forward will try to be ready for Saturday's rematch with the Leafs.
Motte produced an assist and three hits in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Senators.
Motte ended up missing three games as he rebuilt his strength after a stint in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. He returned to a third-line role Saturday and produced a helper on J.T. Miller's empty-net tally. The 26-year-old Motte has eight points, 38 shots on net, 91 hits and a minus-2 rating through 21 appearances as a physical force in the Canucks' bottom six.
Motte (not injury related) is slated to play in Saturday's game versus the Senators, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Motte has been ramping up his conditioning after a stint in COVID-19 protocol, and he's finally ready to return to the lineup. The 26-year-old has posted six goals, an assist and 88 hits across 20 games this year.
According to NHL.com, Motte has yet to recover enough from COVID-19 to begin skating.
Motte was activated off the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Wednesday, but the 26-year-old forward is evidently still feeling the effects of the virus. Another update on Motte, who's tallied seven points in 20 games this campaign, should surface once he's cleared to resume on-ice activities.
Motte (not injury related) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Maple Leafs.
Although he cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Wednesday, Motte won't be ready for Sunday's game. It's likely that he needs more time to ramp up his conditioning after a long layoff. Motte will aim to return for Tuesday's rematch versus the Leafs.
Motte was removed from the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Wednesday, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.
Motte will likely slot into a bottom-six role for Friday's game versus Edmonton. The 26-year-old forward has tallied seven points in 20 top-level appearances this season.
Motte was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Saturday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
The Canucks placed six more players in COVID-19 protocol Saturday, bringing their current total to 14. The team's next scheduled game is Thursday against the Flames, but that could be postponed further due to the number of players in protocol. Motte has scored six goals over 20 games this year.
Motte scored a goal on his lone shot and added three hits Saturday in a 5-4 shootout loss to Montreal.
Motte put Vancouver on top 4-3 just 55 seconds into the third period, beating Montreal netminder Carey Price with a heavy wrist shot from the high slot. It was the second of two Vancouver goals in a 33-second span, but the lead would last less than five minutes. Motte hadn't lit the lamp since a two-goal game way back on Jan. 27 and had just one point in his last eight contests coming into Saturday's tilt.
Motte (ankle) had four hits, four blocks and two shots in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over Ottawa.
Motte returned to the lineup for the first time since Feb. 6 and was immediately entrusted with a season-high 20:42 of ice time. He also played a team-high 2:43 on the penalty kill and even saw time on Vancouver's top power-play unit. Motte has never been asked to fill an offensive role at the NHL level, but he did have five goals in 15 games prior to his injury and could be an interesting player to watch if the big minutes continue.
Motte (ankle) was activated off injured reserve Wednesday.
Motte could return to the lineup as soon as Wednesday against Ottawa. The 26-year-old forward picked up five goals and six points through the first 15 games of the campaign before suffering a long-term ankle injury.
Motte (ankle) is traveling with the Canucks on their four-game road trip to Ottawa and Montreal, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
Motte has missed 16 straight games, so he can be activated from long-term injured reserve at any point. The fact that he's traveling with the team signals that he could return at some point on the trip, and if not, it won't be long after. The 26-year-old posted five goals and an assist over 15 games before this injury.
Motte (ankle) could be back in 1-2 weeks, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Motte apparently is making good progress, as he resumed skating over the weekend. Based on the timeline presented by Dhaliwal, the earliest Motte could return to the lineup would be March 17 versus the Senators, barring any setbacks.
Motte (ankle) has resumed some light skating but remains without a timeline to return, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Motte hasn't played since Feb. 6. Per Dhaliwal, Motte suffered a high ankle sprain, which is the reason for his extended absence. He's still likely weeks away, and when Motte returns, it would likely be in a bottom-six role.
Motte (undisclosed) was placed on long-term injured reserve Friday according to CapFriendly.
Motte was already on injured reserve with an unknown injury, but his placement on LTIR suggests he's not expected to return anytime soon. The 25-year-old forward will miss at least the next eight games, ruling him out until at least early March. He scored six points and racked up a ridiculous 70 hits through 15 games before the injury.
Motte (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
It's unclear what type of injury Motte is dealing with, but it will rule him out for at least the next week. The 25-year-old has been a surprise contributor on offense for the Canucks this season -- he scored just four goals in 34 games last year but has already tallied five in 2021. Motte will be eligible to return against the Flames on Feb. 15, but his current timetable is unknown.
Motte notched an assist, seven hits, three shots on goal and two PIM in Monday's 6-2 loss to the Canadiens.
While it wasn't a great result for the Canucks, Motte was individually successful. He set up Jay Beagle for a third-period tally. Motte and Tanner Pearson each had seven hits Monday, co-leading the team. The 25-year-old Motte is up to five goals, one assist, 26 shots and 52 hits through 12 appearances. His scoring pace is likely to drop throughout the year, but his physical play could keep the Michigan native on the fantasy radar in deeper formats.
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