Vancouver Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa will be out of lineup indefinitely because of a broken hand that will require surgery to repair.
Bieksa was injured on Tuesday during Vancouver's 4-1 loss at the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Canucks announced Wednesday that Bieksa will undergo surgery.
Bieksa has three goals, six assists and a minus-4 rating in 45 games this season.
Via AP on Fox
January 21, 2015
Vancouver Canucks superfans Force and Sully, better known as the Green Men, are calling it quits after the 2014-15 season. The club uploaded the video where the emotional unofficial mascots made their announcement and thanked the fans for helping make this crazy ride a reality.
Nice Field of Dreams reference by Kevin Bieksa.
The Green Men have been fun to follow over the years...
In the first period of their 3-1 loss to Nashville, the Vancouver Canucks lost defenseman Kevin Bieksa to an eye injury. He was involved in a pretty minor collision behind the Vancouver goal and went to the ice immediately. Video of the injury is below: Dhlren Mahiban from Pro Hockey Talk reported that Bieksa was able to skate off the ice under his own power. He immediately went...
Signs asking a hockey player to marry you are so last year. The new thing to do is to hold up a sign asking an extremely inappropriate question.
Such as this one held up by a fan for Kevin Bieksa.
If you can’t make it out, that says: Bieksa Can I Swallow Your Juice?
The family-friendly NHL, everyone!
(H/T Reddit Hockey)
After suffering an apparent upper body injury last Thursday, Elliott Pap from the Vancouver Sun reports that the status for defenseman Kevin Bieksa of the Vancouver Canucks is uncertain for tonight's opener against the Calgary Flames. #465336821 / gettyimages.com Bieksa was able to practice fully on Tuesday after resting since last Thursday. In a brief interview, Kevin...
JUICE LEADS THE CHARGE FOR TEAM CANADA:
It was announced today that Canucks defenseman Kevin Bieksa will be the Captain of Team Canada at the upcoming World Hockey Championships in Belarus. This is a tremendous honor for Kevin Bieksa as he has not had any kind of international experience before. Bieksa took to Twitter today and thanked all of his fans and supporters.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Kevin Bieksa scored his second goal of the game at 2:15 of overtime, lifting the Vancouver Canucks to a 5-4 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Sunday night.
Zac Dalpe and Chris Higgins each had goal and an assist for Vancouver, while Jannik Hansen also scored. Bieksa also had an assist and Roberto Luongo, shaky at times, made 29 saves for the Canucks...