News:Jordan Schroeder (shoulder) could require offseason surgery, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder will receive a second opinion before going through with any sort of operation, but it appears he'll receive some sort of treatment to the ailment over the summer. He played through the injury most of the season and was a healthy scratch during the playoffs.
News:Jordan Schroeder joined the Canucks on their trip to San Jose for Game 3, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder, who made 31 appearances for the Canucks this season, was recently called up to give the team more depth at practice. He's not expected to crack the lineup for Game 3.
News:Jordan Schroeder was re-assigned to the Chicago Wolves of the AHL Tuesday.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder has gone back and forth from the NHL to AHL all season. He's tallied six assists and three goals for the Canucks this season, while notching 23 points in 33 games in the minors.
News:Jordan Schroeder dished out his sixth assist of the season in Sunday's win over Colorado.
Analysis: Sunday's helper pushed Jordan Schroeder's point streak to four games. He's played well since being recalled last week and is starting to warrant a look in deeper formats.
News:Jordan Schroeder netted the game-winning goal in Thursday's win over the Coyotes.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder is showing signs of life since his promotion earlier this week, picking up a goal and an assist in three games. The 22-year-old needs to show more consistency over a longer stretch to warrant consideration in standard leagues, but he might be worth a flier in deeper formats, especially keeper leagues.
News: The Canucks recalled Jordan Schroeder from Chicago of the AHL on Monday, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: With both Zack Kassian (back) and David Booth (ankle) sidelined, the Canucks need extra depth up front. Jordan Schroeder managed just five points in 22 games with Vancouver earlier this season before receiving a ticket to the minors last week.
News:Jordan Schroeder was sent to Chicago of the AHL on Monday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder had gone 13 games without a goal and eight games without a point before his demotion. The 22-year-old showed some promising signs early in the season, but he'll need to build up his confidence at the AHL level before getting another look from Vancouver.
News:Jordan Schroeder managed just two shots on goal in Saturday's contest against Calgary, but he connected on both as the Canucks cruised, 5-1. The first marker came on a power play, and proved to be the game-winner.
Analysis: The two tallies are the first and second of his NHL career. He won't see first-line action on this roster for a while.
News:Jordan Schroeder dished out his second assist of the season in Monday's win over the Oilers.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder saw his role increase Monday night, logging a career-high 18:38 minutes of ice time while skating with the second line for some shifts. The 22-year-old forward has just two points through nine games, but he could warrant a flier in deeper formats if his increase in ice time holds.
News:Jordan Schroeder (groin) saw 13 minutes of ice time in Monday's loss to the Kings.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder didn't tally any points, but he won seven of 11 faceoffs while blocking two shots in 17 shifts. The 22-year-old forward will have to show he can start racking up points at the NHL level before he garners much fantasy attention.
News:Jordan Schroeder is dealing with a groin injury, the Canucks' official Twitter account reports.
Analysis: The ailment doesn't sound especially serious, but Jordan Schroeder may not be 100 percent. He seems likely to play against the Kings on Monday, but Andrew Ebbett will warm up just in case.
News:Jordan Schroeder centered the third line in Wednesday's win over the Flames.
Analysis: He was held scoreless in nearly 15 minutes of ice time while skating with Mason Raymond and Dale Weise. Jordan Schroeder has the skills to be a decent third-line center, but he'll need to start producing at the NHL level before warranting fantasy consideration in most formats.
News:Jordan Schroeder was recalled from the AHL Chicago Wolves on Tuesday.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder was the Canucks' final roster cut but wasn't gone for long, as the team demoted Jim Vandermeer to make room for him. The 22-year-old center has recorded 19 points in 30 games with the Wolves this season and has a chance to earn some ice time with Ryan Kesler (shoulder) out.
News: As expected, Jordan Schroeder was the final roster cut made and was assigned to the Chicago Wolves of the AHL on Friday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: While Jordan Schroeder had been playing well and was in a fierce competition with Andrew Ebbert for a spot on the second line, he did not need to clear waivers and was, obviously, an easier choice as the roster needed to be trimmed down to the mandatory 23 players. His early-season fantasy value takes a hit, but Schroeder is very likely to be called back up and has strong value in keeper leagues.
News:Jordan Schroeder is the most likely candidate to be the Canucks final roster cut, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder has been impressive in competition with Andrew Ebbett for the center spot on the second line, but the youngster figures to be the last roster cut since he doesn't have to pass through waivers to be assigned to the AHL. A demotion would obviously hurt Schroeder's immediate value, but he would remain a name to keep tabs on in keeper leagues.
News: With David Booth (groin) hitting the shelf, Jordan Schroeder's chances of making the roster at the end of training camp have improved, the Canucks' official site report.
Analysis: He's currently battling Andrew Ebbett for the second line centering job, but Jordan Schroeder could stick around even if he loses that competition. His final role with the team will go a long way in determining his fantasy potential for the upcoming season, so continue to monitor Schroeder's situation to determine if he's worth a late-round flier in deeper formats.
News:Jordan Schroeder has been splitting second-line center duties with Andrew Ebbett through the first two days of training camp, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder and Ebbett are expected to battle for the gig for the remainder of training camp, with a winner being announced before Saturday's season opener. Whichever player nabs the job will see a solid early-season boost in fantasy value while Ryan Kesler (shoulder, wrist) rehabs.
News:Jordan Schroeder hopes to impress the Canucks' brass enough in practice over the next week to earn a spot on the opening night roster, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: With Ryan Kesler (shoulder) on the shelf for the start of the season, Vancouver will be looking for an additional center. There won't be any preseason games this year, so Jordan Schroeder has an uphill battle, but he could sneak his way onto the Canucks' roster. Schroeder has been solid in AHL play this season, totaling 19 points (nine goals, 10 assists) in 30 games with Chicago. The 2009 first-round pick has enough upside to keep tabs on in deeper formats and keeper leagues.
News: With Cory Hodgson now in Buffalo and Ryan Kesler recovering from shoulder surgery, Jordan Schroeder could get a chance to make the Canucks' roster out of training camp next season, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: The Canucks first-round pick in 2009 showed improvements with Chicago of the AHL this season, finishing with 44 points (21 G, 23 A) in 76 games. He's small (5-9, 180) but Jordan Schroeder has great speed, hands and vision. Make sure he's on your radar in keeper leagues.
News:Jordan Schroeder was assigned to Chicago of the AHL on Friday, the Canucks' official site reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder was in the mix for one of the final roster spots, but the Canucks couldn't find enough room for him on the roster. The 21-year-old winger could see a promotion later this season, but he probably will spend most of the season in the AHL.
News: With Ryan Kesler (hip) and Mason Raymond (back) both ailing, Jordan Schroeder could sneak his way on to the Canucks' roster at the start of the season, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis:Jordan Schroeder had a lackluster 2010-11 campaign with Manitoba of the AHL, finishing with 28 points in 61 games. Despite struggling during his first full season in pro hockey, Schroeder is considered one of the Canucks' top prospects. The speedy winger is expected to compete with fellow youngster Bill Sweatt for one of the final spots on the roster during training camp.
Canucks' Schroeder (Ankle) Returning To Action Friday
News: Schroeder (ankle) will return to action Friday against Abbotsford of the AHL, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Schroeder has been sidelined with a high ankle sprain since Dec. 10. The 2009 first-round pick has totaled 13 points in 25 games for Manitoba this year.
News: Schroeder (ankle) could return to action for Manitoba of the AHL this week, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Schroeder gas been sidelined with an ankle sprain since Dec. 10. He has already returned to full practices, so look for Schroeder to return to game action soon. The 20-year-old winger has notched 13 points (5 G, 8 A) in 25 games for the Moose this season.
News: Manitoba coach Claude Noel said Schroeder (ankle) is about a week away from resuming skating, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Schroeder has totaled 13 points (5 G, 8 A) in 25 games for the Moose. This is his first full season in the minors, so expect Schroeder to get more seasoning in Manitoba before having a legit shot with the Canucks.
News: Schroeder (ankle) is still a couple of weeks away from returning to the ice, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Schoeder has been working out and is said to be ahead of the original six-week timetable, but Manitoba of the AHL will continue to be cautious with one of the Canucks' better prospects.
News: Schroeder will miss at least six weeks after suffering a high ankle sprain in Friday's game against Oklahoma City of the AHL, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: The talented 20-year-old winger has put together a decent showing in his first full season in the AHL, totaling 13 points (5 G, 8 A) in 25 games. Schroeder has the speed and scoring touch to be considered a potential top-six fixture for the Canucks in the future, but he's likely still a year or two away from seeing a legit shot at the NHL level. While this injury will put him on the shelf for the next six weeks or so, it shouldn't have any bearing on his long-term potential.
News: Schroeder, who is playing with Manitoba of the AHL this season, suffered an apparent leg injury in Friday's game against Oklahoma City, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Schroeder was unable to return to the game. He was seen on crutches during the third period and has already been ruled out of Saturday's matchup against San Antonio. The 20-year-old forward has totaled 13 points (5 G, 8 A) in 25 games for the Moose this season.