Brandon Prust LW VAN 7 days ago

Prust (ankle) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Blackhawks.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 1 week ago

Prust (ankle) is expected to return to the lineup for Saturday's game against the Blackhawks, Canucks play-by-play announcer Jon Abbott reports.

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Prust was expected to be out 4-...

Brandon Prust LW VAN 2 weeks ago

Prust (ankle) thinks he is about a week away from returning.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 4 weeks ago

Prust (ankle) will missfour-to-six weeks with an ankle injury.

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Brandon Prust LW VAN 1 month ago

Prust (ankle) will not travel with the Canucks for their upcoming two-game road trip, Sportsnet's Dan Murphy reports.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 1 month ago

Prust assisted on both of Jared McCann's first-period goals in Tuesday's 5-1 in over the Canadiens.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 1 month ago

Prust continued his offensive renaissance with an assist in his third straight game Tuesday against Los Angeles.

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Brandon Prust LW VAN 5 months ago

The Canucks traded Zack Kassian and a fifth-round draft pick to the Canadiens on Wednesday in exchange for Prust, reports.

Prust, who scored four goals and added 14 assists for the Habs in 82 games this past season, will give the Canucks some added grit up front, while retaining some value in PIM-friendly fantasy formats. In 451 career NHL contests, he's racked up 977 penalty minutes.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 7 months ago

Prust was assessed 31 minutes in penalites in Sunday's 6-2 loss in Game 2 to the Lightning.

Prust started his day in the sin bin with a first-period roughing penalty that got bumped up to four minutes with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Later, he ran Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop behind the net that incited a melee and several more infractions were charged to him. None of the penalties cost Montreal a goal, but Prust was the poster boy for the team's undisciplined play in the Game 2 loss.

Brandon Prust LW VAN 7 months ago

Prust picked up the game-winning goal Wednesday, as the Canadiens edged the Senators by a final score of 4-3 in Game 1.

Prust's goal contributed to his plus-2 rating in the contest. The Canadian forward is no stranger to postseason play, having made it to the playoffs each year since 2010-11, between the Rangers and Habs.