Eriksson registered a pair of assists and a pair of shots in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
Eriksson hadn't featured on the scoresheet since posting four points in a 7-4 win over the Senators on March 20. The pair of helpers gives Eriksson 29 points (11 goals, 18 assists) in 79 games this year. Should he earn another point, the 33-year-old would hit the 30-point mark for the first time since 2015-16 after a couple of injury-plagued campaigns torpedoed his offense.
Eriksson scored a goal on two shots and added a trio of assists in Wednesday's 7-4 win over the Senators.
Eriksson had only taken two points from seven games in March before the impressive performance. With 27 points in 73 games, Eriksson has his best season in a Canucks sweater. The 33-year-old hasn't collected 70 points since 2011-12 with the Stars, but he can still be a good depth add in deeper formats, as Wednesday showed he's still capable of the occasional outburst.
Eriksson found the back of the net in a 3-2 overtime win versus the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
From a points-per-game standpoint, Eriksson is having the worst season of his career dating back to his 2006-07 rookie campaign, averaging 0.33 points per night through 67 games in 2018-19. The 33-year-old has just 10 goals and 22 points this season.
Eriksson scored the game-winning goal against the Sabres on Friday.
The goal brings Eriksson up to 20 points in 49 games, meaning he's only three points shy of last year's total, and five points away from making this his most productive season in Vancouver. His shot percentage is up to 13.2 percent, a notable increase from last year's 9.9 percent.
Eriksson scored a goal and added two primary assists in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Panthers.
Eriksson, after failing to find the scoresheet in his last eight games, desperately needed a performance like this. Prior to scoring Sunday, the forward's last goal came back on Dec. 20. The 33-year-old had also seen his ice time slashed in recent outings, but logged 16:40 against Florida, more than two minutes above his season average. Eriksson will hope to build off this impressive performance Wednesday versus the Oilers.
Eriksson played just 10:29 and was a minus-2 in Saturday's blowout loss to Toronto.
Eriksson played 18:47 on Wednesday, 13:57 on Thursday, and only 10:29 on Saturday. Despite being slated to skate on Bo Horvat's line, he'll often find himself moved down the depth chart mid-game. He's currently in the midst of a seven-game point drought, and his Canucks could surely use some offense from him after being blanked in three of their last four outings.
Eriksson provided the game-winning goal in a 5-1 rout against the visiting Flyers on Saturday.
Who says a game-winning goal has to come in dramatic fashion? Eriksson simply provided the second goal for the Canucks, effectively capturing a lead that the team would never relinquish. Still, the veteran winger has six goals and nine assists for a pedestrian point total through 35 games.
Eriksson hasn't found the scoresheet in 10 games.
Eriksson last recorded a point on Nov. 13 against the Islanders. He has 12 points in 30 games on the year and doesn't produce much elsewhere, having nine blocks and just a single hit this season. Eriksson's time in Vancouver continues to be a letdown, as he has 59 points in 145 games in the blue and green after recording 63 points in 2015-16 as a member of the Bruins.
Eriksson extended his point streak to four games (four goals, three assists) with a goal in a 4-3 shootout loss to Buffalo on Saturday.
He, Marcus Granlund and Bo Horvat are really clicking right now and there's a strong chance Eriksson is sitting out there on your wire. Grab him up and ride this his streak. You can always drop him later when he slows down and/or falls asleep.
Eriksson scored two goals and added one assist in an 8-5 win over Boston on Thursday night.
The 33-year-old winger struggled out of the gate this season, but has now delivered at least a point in each of his last three games. Eriksson is certainly on the down slope of a reasonable NHL career. He has only delivered more than 47 points once in his last six seasons, so don't overestimate this little outburst. It was a nice game for Eriksson, but it certainly doesn't guarantee fantasy value this season.
Eriksson will look to pot his first goal of the season during Saturday's tilt with the Penguins.
Eriksson started the season with three assists in his first two games, and he was looking like a nice fit with Elias Pettersson (concussion). Since then, he's reverted to last season's form, when he struggled to produce offense. Pettersson's absence (six games and counting) obviously isn't helping matters, but Eriksson has a lone apple in the past nine games and needs to step up his production to keep the Canucks afloat.
Eriksson registered two assists in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Flames.
Eriksson's tenure in Vancouver has been nothing short of a disaster, having been limited to 47 points in 115 games heading into Wednesday night's contest. Perhaps beginning the season with two assists will help the Swedish-born left winger gain some early season confidence, spurring him on to a season of redemption in the process. While he may not be the consistent point producer the Canucks thought he was when they signed him, Eriksson is still capable of providing timely offense for Vancouver, something it will need plenty of this season.
Eriksson (bruise) played in the preseason last Tuesday, Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet reports. He's projected to slot in alongside Nikloay Goldobin and Elias Petterson during Wednesday's opening night contest against the Flames, per NHL.com.
Eriksson missed a big chunk of time to begin the 2017-18 campaign, so it's at least encouraging that he's ready to contribute off the bat after being deemed week-to-week just a couple weeks back. The veteran will look to bounce back after collecting just 23 points over 50 games last season.
Eriksson (bruise) could be in action against the Oilers on Tuesday.
Eriksson took the ice for Monday's practice session and appears to be trending in the right direction. While the winger won't suit up Monday versus the Kings, his participation on the ice and potential reintroduction to the lineup bodes well for his availability for the season opener against the Flames on Oct. 3.
Eriksson now carries a week-to-week designation due to a bone bruise, according to Canucks coach Travis Green.
Eriksson recorded 19:15 of ice time and dialed in a helper against the Oilers Tuesday, though he sat out the team's preseason home loss Wednesday. Considering those were both split-squad games, it's not clear if the Swede would have played in the latest contest even if he was feeling healthy enough to do so at the time. The second-round (33rd overall) draft pick -- he went to Dallas in 2003 -- only produced 10 goals and 13 assists over 50 games last year, and it's become a legitimate concern that Eriksson continues to miss time with different injuries.
Eriksson (ribs) joined his teammates for a voluntary practice session Tuesday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Given that he didn't have to be there, it's relatively safe to say that the fractured rib which sidelined Eriksson late in the 2017-18 season is no longer an issue. He's had a pair of underwhelming seasons in Vancouver since signing a six-year deal with the team in 2016, but he posted 63 points in his final year with the Bruins in 2015-16. With a pair of talented, young linemates in Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat potentially slated to skate alongside him, the veteran winger could have a bounce-back season ahead of him.
Eriksson (ribs) is not listed on injured reserve, per the NHL media site.
Eriksson has been ruled out for the remainder of 2017-18, but the team has no reason to have him on injured reserve with rosters expanded following the trade deadline. The veteran winger still seems likely to miss the remainder of the campaign, but it's worth keeping eyes peeled for news to the contrary.
The Canucks placed Eriksson (ribs) on injured reserve Wednesday, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Eriksson will miss the remainder of the 2017-18 campaign due to a fractured rib, so this move was nothing but a formality. The 32-year-old winger, who totaled 10 goals and 23 points in 50 contests this campaign, should have plenty of time to get back to 100 percent ahead of next season's training camp.
Eriksson will miss the remainder of the 2017-18 season due to a fractured rib, Jeff Paterson of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Eriksson was ruled out for up to 10 days by Canucks coach Travis Green on Wednesday, but more tests have apparently pushed that timeline back further. Other bodies will move up the depth chart the rest of the way in his absence, while Darren Archibald, Jussi Jokinen and Nic Dowd will continue to vie for ice time until Brendan Gaunce (foot) or Markus Granlund (ankle) is healthy enough to play. Eriksson will rest up and then rehab to be ready for training camp.
Eriksson (upper body) is in jeopardy of missing up to 10 days, per Canucks coach Travis Green, Irfaan Gaffar of Sportsnet reports.
The Canucks appear to be keeping Eriksson on the active roster for the time being, though he could miss as many as five games based on the prognosis relayed from coach Green. Look for the Cancuks to continue occupying the right-wing slot with Darren Archibald, who is far from a lateral replacement for Eriksson, but at least can shore up the fourth line while the more established players get bumped up in the lineup.
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