Canucks winger Alex Burrows left Canada’s opening game with Slovakia at the World Hockey Championships on Friday with an apparent concussion.
Burrows was injured in the second period of the game — which Canada won 3-2 — in a collision.
According to a report from Canadian Press reporter Chris Johnston, Team Canada coach Brent Sutter said following the game that Burrows was “day to day” and will be re-evaluated tomorrow.
Former Calgary Flames head coach Brent Sutter wasn’t out of work long.Hockey Canada announced Friday that Sutter will be head coach for Team Canada at the upcoming IIHF hockey world ...
VANCOUVER — His skates felt as foreign as he did Tuesday when Alex Burrows pulled on a Team Canada jersey to play for his country against Switzerland. Burrows had done it ...
Iain MacIntyre, Vancouver Sun columnist
VANCOUVER — His skates felt as foreign as he did Tuesday when Alex Burrows pulled on a Team Canada jersey to play for his country against Switzerland. ...
Alex Burrows will play his 59th playoff game when the postseason begins tonight. Of course, 25 of them came last season, when Burrows scored nine goals, including his famous overtime ...
Brad Ziemer, Vancouver Sun
VANCOUVER — Barring some last-minute additions, the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Vancouver Canucks will only have two players participating in the upcoming world hockey championships.
Winger Alex Burrows joined Team ...
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