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Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Picks up assist
Studnicka recorded an assist, three shots on goal and three hits in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over the Flames.
Studnicka has played in seven straight games, picking up two assists, eight shots on net and 17 hits in that span. The 24-year-old forward is up to eight points, 62 shots, 52 hits, 16 PIM and a minus-9 rating through 45 appearances between the Canucks and the Bruins this season. He's primarily played in a bottom-six role since he was traded to Vancouver in October.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Back to being scratched
Studnicka has become a regular in the press box as a healthy scratch.
Studnicka played last Saturday against the Kings, seeing just 8:41 of ice time. He has spent the past two games in the press box, and has been scratched for eight of the last nine contests.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Lost 12 pounds
Studnicka said that he lost 12 pounds during his illness last week, Randip Janda of Sportsnet reports.
Studnicka was back at practice Thursday, seeing third line action between Brock Boeser and Vasily Podkolzin. Studnicka has four goals and six points in 30 games this season. Look for Studnicka to return to action Saturday in Philadelphia.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Still out Wednesday
Studnicka (illness) won't play Wednesday versus the Rangers, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Studnicka will miss his sixth straight game. The 23-year-old's absence serves to keep Nils Aman and Curtis Lazar in the lineup. Studnicka's next chance to play is Saturday versus the Flyers.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Out Monday
Studnicka (illness) will not play Monday against Detroit, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Studnnicka will miss his fifth straight game Monday. His next chance to play will be Wednesday against the Rangers.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Won't play on road trip
Studnicka has a non-COVID illness and is being sent back to Vancouver, per Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet.ca.
Studnicka is expected to miss Vancouver's road games against the Rangers on Wednesday, the Islanders on Thursday and Detroit on Saturday. He might make his return versus the Red Wings on Monday. Studnicka has four goals and six points in 31 contests while averaging 10:34 of ice time this season. His absence might lead to Phil Di Giuseppe staying in the lineup for the Canucks' next three games.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Strong effort Sunday
Studnicka supplied a goal, three hits and five shots in Sunday's 7-4 loss to the Jets.
This was Studnicka's best performance of the season. The 23-year-old -- who is skating in his first season with the Canucks -- has three goals and an assist through 20 games, and all of his points have taken place in team wins.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Lights lamp Monday
Studnicka scored a goal on three shots and added two hits in Monday's 7-6 overtime win over the Canadiens.
This was Studnicka's second game back after he missed eight with a lower-body injury. He's skated 9:41 in each of his two contests since returning, and his goal was his first point since Nov. 8. Through 10 appearances between Boston and Vancouver, he has two goals, one assist, 14 shots on net, nine hits, six PIM and a minus-1 rating while seeing mainly fourth-line usage.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Activated Saturday
Studnicka (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday.
Studnicka has missed the last eight games, but he's in line to return Saturday. The 23-year-old is likely to see a bottom-six role, while Brock Boeser is expected to be a healthy scratch to make room for Studnicka's return.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Won't play Wednesday
Studnicka (lower body) isn't in the lineup Wednesday against Colorado, according to Patrick Johnston of the Vancouver Province.
Studnicka is missing his fourth straight game because of the injury. He has a goal and an assist in eight games this season. When he's healthy, he'll likely serve on Vancouver's fourth line.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Placed on IR
Studnicka was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a lower-body injury, per Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver.
Studnicka played 11:14 in Sunday's loss to the Bruins, so it wasn't immediately clear when he got hurt. The 23-year-old center has a goal and an assist through seven games with Vancouver following a late-October trade from Boston. William Lockwood was recalled from AHL Abbotsford in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Nets first goal as Canuck
Studnicka found the back of the net during Tuesday's win over Ottawa.
It was Studnicka's first goal with Vancouver, and he now has two points in four appearances with his new club. Don't expect that level of production to continue though, as he's averaged 9:50 of ice time on the fourth line.... See More ... See Less
Canucks' Jack Studnicka: Dealt to Vancouver
Studnicka was traded from the Bruins to the Canucks on Thursday in exchange for Michael DiPietro and Jonathan Myrenberg.
Studnicka, 23, has failed to establish himself with the Bruins' impressive center depth. He has seven points in 38 career games across parts of four seasons. The addition of Studnicka to the Canucks' bottom six will likely bump one of Nils Aman or Sheldon Dries out of the lineup in the short term. It should also keep one of J.T. Miller or Elias Pettersson on the win in the top six.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Inks new deal with Boston
Studnicka signed a two-year contract with the Bruins on Saturday.
The deal will carry an AAV of $762,500. Studnicka logged three assists in 15 NHL games last season while bouncing between the Bruins and AHL Providence. The 23-year-old center still possesses solid upside and will look to take a step forward in 2022-23. He'll likely be battling for a middle-six role with Boston in training camp.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Sent down again
Studnicka was reassigned to AHL Providence on Saturday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports.
Studnicka filled in with the Bruins for the regular-season finale versus the Maple Leafs. The 23-year-old will likely remain in Providence during its AHL playoff run, though he could be among the Bruins' Black Aces if the NHL club makes a deep enough run.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Back with big club
Studnicka was recalled by Boston on Friday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Studnicka is expected to slot into a bottom-six role for Friday's matchup with the Maple Leafs. He's collected three helpers through 14 NHL appearances this season.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Returned to AHL affiliate
Studnicka was reassigned to AHL Providence on Friday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports.
Studnicka's been a healthy scratch for seven straight games, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. The 23-year-old forward could be in for an extended stay in the minors.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Good to go Monday
Studnicka (undisclosed) will play Monday against Montreal, per the NHL's media site.
Studnicka was considered a game-time call Monday but he'll avoid missing any time after blocking a shot Friday against the Jets. The 23-year-old has three assists in 11 NHL games this season.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Game-time decision Monday
Studnicka (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision Monday in Montreal, Scott McLaughlin of WEEI Boston reports.
It sounds like Studnicka will take the ice for pregame warmups before deciding if he's able to play. With fellow center Patrice Bergeron (arm) out, the team could really use the 23-year-old Studnicka in this one from a depth perspective. If he's unable to play, look for the recently recalled Marc McLaughlin to make his NHL debut.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' Jack Studnicka: Day-to-day after blocking shot
Studnicka skipped practice Sunday and is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury after blocking a shot Friday in Winnipeg, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Studnicka's status for Monday's game in Montreal is still unclear, but with Patrice Bergeron (arm) unavailable, hopefully Studnicka isn't also forced to miss time.... See More ... See Less
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