Jason Garrison continues to struggle with the Vancouver Canucks.
Garrison was expected to be part of the Canucks first defensive pairing and first power play with Alexander Edler but he has not been on the top power play unit for the last five games and it has been 10 games since he has been paired with Edler as he is now on the third pairing alongside Keith Ballard. He signed a six-year/$27.6 million deal with Vancouver in the off-season and while no one expected him to score 16 goals like he did last season, everyone expected more than a goal and an assist in 15 games. One good thing is that he is a plus-six this season. Expect Garrison to break loose as he has too much offensive talent to continue not scoring.