Ryan Kesler News Archive
Kesler remains a member of the Canucks after the trade deadline passed, Hockey Night in Canada's Elliotte Friedman reports.
Kesler is being actively pursued by the Penguins as the March 5 trade deadline approaches, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
Kesler scored a shorthanded goal in Friday's shootout loss to the Wild. It was his team-leading 21st tally of the season.
Kesler (hand) will play in Friday's game against the Wild.
Kesler (hand) appeared to be fully participating in practice Thursday, according to Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun.
Kesler (hand) was seen leaving Rogers Arena on Wednesday with a small cast and a bandaged left hand, Sportsnet reports.
Kesler's agent Kurt Overhardt says a report that his client had asked for a trade is "a bunch of b.s.," reports TSN.ca.
Kesler (hand) has requested a trade out of Vancouver, but the Canucks do not want to move him, reports Louis Jean of TVA Sports.
Kesler (hand) will not play Wednesday against the Blues.
Kesler -- who evidently injured his hand while blocking a shot on Feb. 15 during the Sochi Olympics -- is slated to undergo an MRI, the Vancouver Province reports. He did not take part in Tuesday's practice.