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Jordan Schroeder C
Height/Weight: 6-1/208 | Birthdate: 9/29/1990 | Birthplace: Burnsville, MN, USA | Team: Minnesota Wild | College: Minnesota | NHL Experience: 1 | Owned/Started%: 2/1
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6/30/2014

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Headed For Free Agency

News: The Canucks did not make a qualifying to Jordan Schroeder, cknw.com reports.
Analysis: The No. 22 overall pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft will thus become an unrestricted free agent on the heels of a 2013-14 season in which he recorded six points in 25 games for the Canucks.

1/27/2014

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Scores Twice In Return

News: Jordan Schroeder lit the lamp twice against the Oilers on Monday. He returned to lineup after missing the past 44 games with an ankle injury.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder spent Monday's game centering the third line, firing threes shots on goal, and logging 14:53 of ice time, including 1:03 with the man advantage. Schroeder's return comes at a good time for Vancouver, as the team is currently without Henrik Sedin (ribs/finger) and Mike Santorelli (arm). Schroeder has only played in four game this season due to injury, as his two goals on Monday are his first points of the year. The 23-year-old has potential, but with such limited NHL experience, he likely won't be a valuable fantasy contributor for quite some time.

1/27/2014

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder To Play Monday

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) has been activated from injured reserve and will play Monday vs. the Oilers.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder makes his return to the lineup after missing the previous 44 games while he recovered from surgery on his broken ankle. He could see his minutes capped initially as he makes his way back from a lengthy absence, but he could eventually settle back into a third-line role.

1/22/2014

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Conditioning Stint On Tap For Sharks' Schroeder

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) will head to AHL Utica for a conditioning assignment over the weekend.
Analysis: If all goes well, Jordan Schroeder could be activated from injured reserve by the Canucks at some point next week. He hasn't seen any game action since Oct. 19 after breaking his ankle and requiring surgery.

1/21/2014

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Returns To Practice

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) was on the ice for Monday's practice.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder has been sidelined for the last two and a half months following surgery on his broken ankle and is apparently closing in on a return. His lengthy absence might require him to head out on a minor league conditioning assignment before he makes it back to the Canucks lineup, but it remains to be seen whether the team will follow that plan.

11/5/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Has Successful Surgery On Ankle

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) had successful surgery on his broken ankle in early November and is expected to return in eight-to-nine weeks, News 1130 reports.
Analysis: It's unclear where he will fit on the depth chart, but the Canucks will benefit when he returns. Jordan Schroeder had nine points in 31 games last season with Vancouver but went pointless in three games this season before suffering the injury.

10/28/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder To Miss Two Months

News: Jordan Schroeder is expected to miss two months with an ankle injury.
Analysis: The highly regarded Jordan Schroeder's injury comes at a bad time, as he had a real chance to win solid minutes in the Canucks' lineup this year. His long-term upside remains high, but there's no need to stash him in fantasy outside of very deep or keeper formats.

10/24/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks Place Schroeder On IR

News: Jordan Schroeder is on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
Analysis: The young center was looking to get in his first full NHL season this year, but an ankle injury has sent him to IR in the first month. He played in three games before the injury, but failed to record a point.

10/21/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Heads Back To Vancouver

News: Jordan Schroeder will return to Vancouver for further testing on his injured left ankle, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder sustained the ankle injury in the second period of Saturday's game and struggled to put weight on it coming off the ice. He will likely undergo further tests on the injury and determine a timeframe for a return.

10/20/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Leaves With Foot Injury

News: Jordan Schroeder left Saturday's game with a left foot injury, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder sustained the injury in the second period and didn't look as though he was able to put any weight on his foot as he exited the ice. It could be another setback for a player who missed time earlier this season with a hairline fracture in the same foot.

10/14/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Practicing With Team

News: Jordan Schroeder practiced with the Canucks for the first time Monday after missing nine games with an ankle injury that he suffered in the preseason, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder suffered the injury after blocking a shot during a preseason game in Edmonton. John Tortorella noted he was impressed by Schroeder in practice and expects to see him playing soon. The young center isn't likely to be in the lineup Tuesday against the Flyers but we may see him Thursday in Buffalo or Saturday against the Penguins.

10/13/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Takes Part In Morning Skate

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) took part in Saturday's morning skate, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder has been on injured reserve with a hairline fracture in his left foot since Sept. 21, but his return to morning skate and availability to the media Saturday represent a step in the right direction for his recovery. Once healthy, Schroeder will try to earn the third-line center role he was poised to claim in training camp before injury struck.

9/30/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Placed On IR

News: Jordan Schroeder (ankle) has been placed on the injured reserve, the Vancouver Province's Jim Jamieson reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder was in the running to be the team's third line center before suffering the injury. He will be out for about three weeks and the third line center position will likely be filled by Mike Santorelli. This was supposed to be a breakout season for Schroeder, but this minor injury definitely takes a toll on his fantasy value.

9/26/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Out About Three Weeks With Hairline Fracture

News: Jordan Schroeder will miss about three weeks with a hairline foot fracture. The injury came as a result of blocking a shot in last Saturday's loss to the Oilers.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder was competing for third line centering duties before the injury and now it looks like the gig will go to Mike Santorelli for the time being. Look for Schroeder to return to action sometime in mid-to-late October.

9/23/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Off Crutches

News: Jordan Schroeder (foot) was spotted without crutches but does not have a known timetable for a return yet, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder was injured when he blocked a shot with his foot in Saturday's preseason game. He was not able to skate around with the team Sunday, but he apparently was walking on the injury. He still should be considered day-to-day until he is evaluated further.

9/21/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Leaves Game With Injury

News: Jordan Schroeder left Saturday's game against the Oilers with an undisclosed injury after blocking a shot, the Vancouver Province's Ben Kuzma reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder is currently competing for that third line center position with the Canucks but this injury could put that in jeopardy. Schroeder has gushing potential and hopefully this injury isn't too severe.

9/20/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder (Shoulder) Pushing For Full-Time Role

News: Jordan Schroeder (shoulder) is competing for center duties on the Canucks' No. 3 line, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Jordan Schroeder underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in May that was expected to sideline him for five or six months, but a grueling rehab scheduled allowed him to get his shoulder healthy in time for training camp. Signed to a one-way deal this offseason, Schroeder will first need to win over coach John Tortorella but should nonetheless be given every opportunity to earn a full-time gig with the Canucks this season.

7/28/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder On The Mend

News: Jordan Schroeder, who underwent shoulder surgery in May, expects to be ready for training camp, the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: The Canucks' top six is set, so Jordan Schroeder will need camp to prove he can fill a role on the third or fourth line. The 22-year-old forward notched nine points in 31 games with the Canucks last season.

7/24/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks Re-Sign Schroeder

News: Jordan Schroeder re-signed with the Canucks on Wednesday.
Analysis: The 22-year-old split the 2012-13 campaign between the Canucks and AHL Chicago, accumulating nine points over 31 games with the big club. Jordan Schroeder underwent surgery on his shoulder in May but is expected to be fully healthy when training camp kicks off in September.

5/29/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder (Shoulder) Eyes Training Camp Return

News: Jordan Schroeder, who underwent shoulder surgery on May 21, plans to be ready when training camp opens in September, the Vancouver Province reports. "I've got a workout plan set up for the summer that will enable me to be on track and ready for camp," said Schroeder.
Analysis: While Jordan Schroeder is optimistic about his recovery, he also admitted that there's no timetable for when his should will be back to 100 percent. Schroeder will be battling for a roster spot in camp and his chances of making the team could be affected if he's not at full strength. Keep tabs on his recovery this offseason.

5/22/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder (Shoulder) Undergoes Surgery

News: Jordan Schroeder (shoulder) recently underwent surgery but is expected to be ready for the start of next season.
Analysis: After playing most of the season with the injury, Jordan Schroeder decided to go under the knife after his team was bounced from the playoffs. The 22-year-old made his NHL debut this year and notched nine points (3G, 6A) in 31 games. GM Mike Gillis said Schroeder will be ready for the start of next season.

5/9/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder (Shoulder) Could Need Surgery

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.

5/5/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Schroeder Travels With Canucks

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.

4/2/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks Re-Assign Schroeder To AHL Chicago

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.

3/25/2013

Jordan Schroeder, C, MIN Canucks' Schroeder Streaking

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Streaking

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.