Vancouver waived Brisebois on Monday
Brisebois is a 2015 third-round selection. He has only made eight appearances for the Canucks, back in 2018-19. Vancouver has a number of defensemen in the system, so don't expect much NHL action for Brisebois this year.
Brisebois signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Friday.
Brisebois spent the entirety of the 2019-20 campaign in the minors, picking up 15 points while posting a plus-21 rating in 48 games. He'll likely spend most, if not all of the 2020-21 season with AHL Utica, so he won't be relevant from a fantasy standpoint.
The Canucks promoted Brisebois from AHL Utica on Tuesday.
Brisebois' promotion indicates Vancouver's likely dealing with several injuries on the back end ahead of Wednesday's game against Arizona. The 2015 third-round pick has notched 15 points while posting an impressive plus-21 rating in 47 AHL appearances this season.
Vancouver reassigned Brisebois to AHL Utica on Thursday.
Brisebois' demotion indicates Oscar Fantenberg (upper body) is likely closing in on a return. The 22-year-old Brisebois will remain atop the list of potential call-ups for the Canucks down the stretch, but he won't have any fantasy value this season.
The Canucks recalled Brisebois from AHL Utica on Friday, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Oscar Fantenberg exited Thursday's game against Minnesota with an upper-body injury, so Brisebois will be on hand as an insurance policy in case Fantenberg is unable to go Saturday against Calgary. The 22-year-old blueliner has notched 14 points while posting an impressive plus-21 rating in 43 AHL appearances this season.
The Canucks reassigned Brisebois to AHL Utica on Monday.
Brisebois didn't make his season debut with the big club during this NHL stint. The 22-year-old will continue to fine-tune his craft in the minors, where he's accrued three goals, 11 points and a plus-9 over 26 games.
The Canucks added Brisebois from AHL Utica on Friday.
Brisebois missed the Opening Night cut but has since compiled 11 points and a plus-9 rating over 26 tilts in the minors. The 22-year-old blueliner will get his second crack at the NHL level after a disastrous eight-game span last season that saw him go pointless with a minus-4 rating.
Brisebois was reassigned to the minors, Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver reports.
Brisebois played in eight NHL games last year, in which he recorded five shots, seven blocks and a minus-4 rating. The Quebec native was likely in the mix for a roster spot right up to the end, but figures to benefit from the added ice time in the minors.
Brisebois (undisclosed) will play in Monday's preseason game versus the Flames.
The 22-year-old played in eight games for the Canucks down the stretch, but he failed to record a point and posted a minus-4 rating. Brisebois is paired up with Chris Tanev in this exhibition contest, showing the Canucks may be taking a good look at him to make the final roster. If he can't make the cut, however, Brisebois will play in AHL Utica again.
Brisebois (undisclosed) remains on the sidelines for Thursday's game against the Predators, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Brisebois remains without a clearly defined timetable for return and, given that there's only one game remaining in the season, it's looking like he's played his last game of 2018-19. The rookie blueliner logged just eight games with the Canucks and failed to score a point. Considering he tallied just 11 points through 49 games with AHL Utica, there's little to point to him becoming a useful fantasy option in the near future.
Brisebois (undisclosed) is not in the projected lineup for Saturday's home game against Dallas, Kevin Woodley of NHL.com reports.
Brisebois has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury, and his absence will extend into Saturday. The fact that he won't play shouldn't affect fantasy lineups, as the 21-year-old has no points in eight games this campaign. It may be tough for Brisebois to get back in the lineup when healthy, due to the fact that rookie phenom Quinn Hughes will stay in the lineup.
Brisebois (undisclosed) won't play Thursday against LA.
Brisebois' absence will continue to test Vancouver's depth at defense, but it won't impact any fantasy lineups, as he's gone scoreless while posting a minus-4 rating in just eight appearances this season. Another update on his status should surface once he's ready to rejoin the lineup.
Brisebois (undisclosed) is day-to-day and won't play Sunday against Columbus, Irfaan Gaffar of Sportsnet reports.
Brisebois is out Sunday and it appears that he'll likely miss Tuesday's game against Anaheim as well. The rookie blueliner was held without a point in his first eight NHL contests this season. Derrick Pouliot will enter the lineup in his place.
Brisebois is gradually gaining more ice time each game.
Brisebois has just six NHL contests under his belt, but he's seeing an increase in minutes with each passing game. His first three appearances were for 9:24 or less, while his most recent three games have him playing around 13 minutes a night. Those aren't significant numbers, but it's progress for the 21-year-old. He's still searching for his first career point.
Brisebois was called up from AHL Utica on Wednesday.
The Canucks have promoted Brisebois since Ben Hutton (foot) and Chris Tanev (leg) are bogged down by injuries ahead of Wednesday's home game against the Maple Leafs. Known for his skating ability and strong hockey sense, Brisebois isn't a viable fantasy option since he's only drawn into two games at the top level, with a minus-3 rating and a single shot on goal over that span.
The Canucks demoted Brisebois to AHL Utica on Thursday.
Vancouver needed a roster spot for the activation of Alexander Edler off of injured reserve, making Brisebois, who was recalled from Utica on Tuesday, the logical choice to send down. He has taken the ice just twice during the 2018-19 season at the top level, so it's unlikely this move will impact many fantasy owners.
Vancouver recalled Brisebois from AHL Utica on Tuesday.
The Canucks only had six healthy blueliners on their roster prior to Brisebois' promotion, so he'll round out the team's depth on the back end for the foreseeable future. The 21-year-old has notched 10 points in 47 AHL appearances this campaign.
Brisebois was assigned to AHL Utica on Monday.
Brisebois went pointless in two games with Vancouver, finishing with a minus-3 rating. The 21-year-old has been marginally better in the minors this season, managing nine points in 45 games with Utica in 2018-19. At this stage of his career, Brisebois offers no fantasy value, so steer clear of the youngster for now.
The Canucks recalled Brisebois from AHL Utica on Tuesday.
Alexander Edler (face) could be sidelined for a while after being stretchered off the ice during Monday's game against Philadelphia, so Brisebois will round out the Canucks' depth at defense for the foreseeable future. The 2015 third-round pick has notched nine points while posting a plus-1 rating in 45 AHL appearances this campaign.
Brisebois was sent down to AHL Utica on Thursday.
The 21-year-old blueliner has yet to dress for an NHL game in his career, and won't get a chance to this time after being demoted to the minors Thursday. In seven games with AHL Utica, Brisebois has a goal and an assist, and has posted a plus-3 rating.
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