Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin scored a goal during Thursday's loss versus Buffalo.
He also had four shots on goal and minus-one rating on the night. Sedin now has 14 goals and 54 points through 61 games this season. Shawn Matthias, and Jannik Hansen also scored for Vancouver.
Canucks right wing Zack Kassian scored his ninth goal of the season to lift Vancouver to a, 2-1, victory over the Bruins.
Boston scored its lone goal 65 seconds into the game, but Vancouver defenseman Ryan Stanton answered less than two minutes later. Kassian scored the game-winning goal in the third period.
Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack made 40 saves as Vancouver beat Boston, 2-1, on Tuesday.
Lack has now allowed just one goal in the last 68 shots he has faced. If owners are still looking for a replace for Ryan Miller, Lack is a great candidate.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller did not allow a goal on Sunday, but he also didn't finish the game as he left with an apparent leg injury according to Bleacher Report.
Miller suffered the injury after colliding with teammate Jannik Hansen. Miller did not return. In about 21 minutes of action, he made 10 saves, and backup Eddie Lack kept the shutout as he turned aside the next 27 shots. Stay tuned for updates on Miller.
Canucks winger Radim Vrbata had a goal and an assist in the shutout over the Islanders on Sunday.
Vrbata scored both his goal and the assist on the power play. Vancouver scored three goals in the second period and then added an empty-netter to win, 4-0. Vrbata has 22 goals and 20 assists in 56 games this season.
Still no word on Canucks center Nick Bonino who has missed the past six games due to a lower-body injury.
Bonino has 11 goals and 14 assists in 52 games this season. He's not going to reach the 22-goal, 27-assist production of a season ago with the Ducks.
Vancouver left wing Alex Burrows is questionable for Sunday's game against the NY Islanders due to a lower-body injury.
Burrows missed Friday's game as well. It's not expected to be a long-term injury. He's having a decent season with 25 points, including 12 goals, but fantasy owners can still remember a time when he was a 28-30 goal scorer. Those days are gone.
Vancouver defenseman Christopher Tanev is doubtful for Sunday's game against the NY Islanders while dealing with an upper-body injury.
Tanev has already missed the last three games. He has 15 points this season, but his fantasy value is limited.
Canucks right wing Zack Kassian scored both of Vancouver's goals in the team's, 4-2, loss to the Devils on Friday.
Kassian isn't really fantasy relevant, but he played well on Friday. The Sedin brothers assisted both of his goals versus the Devils. He has seven goals and six assists this season.
Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin had two assists versus the Rangers on Thursday.
Sedin assisted both of his brother's scores with the first goal coming on the power play. Derek Sedin has 13 goals and 36 assists this season.
Canucks center Henrik Sedin had two goals versus the Rangers on Thursday.
Sedin scored twice in the third period with the second goal tying the game, 4-4, and sending it into overtime. Sedin's first goal was on the power play. He has 12 goals and 38 assists in 57 games this season.
Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack will start Monday night against the Wild.
Lack needs to be considered as a daily option, as he has a .115 GAA and .956 save percentage in his last three games versus Minnesota.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller made 31 saves, but it wasn't enough versus the Flames as Vancouver fell, 3-2.
Miller allowed three goals on 34 shots. He has struggled this month, posting a .890 save percentage in six starts. Miller is now 26-15-1 with a 2.46 GAA and .913 save percentage.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller had an off night as he didn't finish the second period versus the Wild on Monday.
The Canucks pulled Miller after he allowed five goals on 18 shots in about 28 minutes of ice time. Miller drops to 25-14-1 on the season.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller earned a shutout Saturday versus Pittsburgh.
He stopped all 31 shots on goal for a much needed win. Miller is now 25-13-1 with a 2.35 GAA and .916 save percentage.
Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin scored a goal during Saturday's victory over the Penguins.
He also had six shots on goal, and now has 11 goals and 43 points through 51 games this season.
Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin had 10 shots on net versus the Wild on Sunday.
Sedin scored one goal, but it wasn't enough as Minnesota won, 4-2. Sedin has 10 goals and 31 assists in 48 games this season.
Canucks center Henrik Sedin had two assists in the, 5-2, victory over the Sabres on Friday.
Sedin assisted Nick Bonino's power-play goal in the second period and then radim Vrbata's goal in the third. Sedin has nine goals and 31 assists in 47 games this season.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller picked up his 24th victory of the season as Vancouver beat Buffalo, 5-2, on Friday.
Miller allowed two goals on 22 shots. He is 24-11-1 with a 2.32 GAA and .917 save percentage this season.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller allowed three goals during Tuesday's loss against the Ducks
Miller has now lost two straight games, and dropped his record to 23-11-1 with a 2.33 GAA and .917 save percentage.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller had his three-game winning streak snapped Tuesday versus Tampa Bay.
He made 22 saves on 25 shots, but it was not nearly enough as Vancouver fell 4-1. Miller is now 23-10-1 on the season.
Canucks winger Radim Vrbata scored a little over three minutes into the game versus the Panthers as Vancouver won, 2-1, on Monday night.
The Sedin brothers both had assists on the Vrbata score. Vrbata has 18 goals and 13 assists in 41 games this season.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller continued his stellar play on Monday.
Miller stopped 23-of-24 shots versus the Panthers. This came after Miller posted back-to-back shutouts last week. Miller is 23-9-1 this season.
Vancouver left wing Alex Burrows scored his 10th goal of the season on Friday.
Burrows scored on passes from Ryan Stanton and Kevin Bieksa. The score made it, 3-0, Canucks which was the final score versus the Hurricanes. Burrows has 10 goals and nine assists in 38 games this season.
Canucks goalie Ryan Miller recorded his second straight shutout on back-to-back nights.
Miller shutout the Flyers, turning aside all 30 shots on Thursday, and he stopped all 28 shot attempts from the Hurricanes on Friday. Miller has now not allowed a goal in seven periods. Miller is 22-9-1 with five shutouts this season.