Boeser could return for Canucks against the King


VANCOUVER – Brock Boeser back to the Canucks partners in Vancouver at work for the first time Monday after he was going to work; missed more than three weeks with a wound smile.

Boeser's decision against Kings Los Angeles is on Tuesday (10 pm ET; SNP, FS-W, NHL.TV) and hopes to be back in the line against the Golden Golden Knights on Thursday at the latest stage. It's sixth on the Canucks in scoring with 11 points (four goals, seven support) to do it; Play 13 of 26 games.

"It's been a while since I got scaling with the people, so it was good to get out there and scratch them and I was feeling good," said Boeser. "We see how I (Tuesday morning) and get there. Today was the first step and I'm good in the morning, I hope I can play."

Boeser lost a two-game two-game twilight trip to 25-25 to the wounded wound but returned to play four other games before he carried November 2 against Colorado Avalanche.

Boeser, who has lost the final games 16 of the last season after her bones in his backbone, is confident that the problem has a grin behind her for good after seeing a specialist.

"I did not want it to grow throughout the year because this could be a bit worse if you keep your gamble with a wound," said Boeser. "He explained some things, obviously I did not have hernia, and we have been convinced of what was wrong and what we needed to settle. I was aware that we knew what the problem was It's the foundation of the problem, and make sure we're arranging it. "

He should be able to get back to Boeser Vancouver, which has been 2-7-2 in the 11 games without leaving it in the # 39; band. The Canucks 16 visited a streak that lost eight games before they defeated Kings 4-2 on Saturday.

"It's a big part of the crime," said Travis Green coach. "We've lost."

Boeser's Monday training was the highest line with the sound center Elias Pettersson, which is the guide of the Canucks with 13 visits and which is either 21 points, and Nikolay GoldobinSouth Westerly

"We're thinking about hockey as it is. He's a skilled man, a good look," said Pettersson. "We all know how well a visitor has, it's always good to play with a good hockey man and create opportunities for himself and myself."

Boeser, who also plays Pettersson's meeting, the first power unit, hoping they can bring back the chemistry that they look forward quickly before being injured.

"We hope we can build on that," said Boeser. "I hope my confidence is still there."

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