Canucks’ Elias Pettersson done for the season

Vancouver Canucks superstar forward and 2019 Calder Memorial Trophy winner Elias Pettersson will not play again this season due to a broken wrist he sustained on March 2nd.

Prior to suffering the injury, the 22 year old Swede recorded 10 goals and 11 assists and 21 points in 26 games this year. In 2019-2020, he was second on the Canucks team in scoring with 27 goals to go with 66 points. This was behind J.T Miller.

Vancouver has four more games to play before they conclude this year. Their next game is on Saturday May 15th when they visit Rogers Place to play against the Edmonton Oilers. They end the season with three games against the Calgary Flames.