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Bieksa was removed from Sunday's game against the Predators after taking a puck to the eye, the Associated Press reports.

Bieksa prefers to play without a visor during games, and it proved detrimental Sunday. The Canucks haven't issued any word regarding the severity of the ailment just yet, so consider the blueliner questionable for Tuesday's tilt with the Avalanche.

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Bieksa (undisclosed) logged 20:26 of ice time in Wednesday's win over Calgary, recording four PIM, two shots on goal, and a plus-2 rating.

Bieksa, who was a gametime decision Wednesday, looked good in the win, making some solid defensive plays. He only played 0:11 on the power play, but still found ways to get involved offensively. On nights he doesn't produce point totals, Bieksa will still help your fantasy team by contributing in categories such as PIM, hits, or blocked shots.

Kevin Bieksa D VAN 3 Months

Bieksa (shoulder) participated in Wednesday's pregame warmups, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.

Bieksa seemed optimistic after Wednesday's morning skate, and although still a game-time decision, all signs are pointing to the blue liner suiting up.

Kevin Bieksa D VAN 3 Months

Bieksa (upper body) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's season opener against the Flames, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.

Bieksa was a participant in Tuesday's full practice, but he's still hurting a bit from his run-in with the boards during last week's exhibition game against the Oilers. The veteran wasn't occupying his usual spot next to Dan Hamhuis during practice, instead pairing up with fellow injured blue liner Frank Corrado. The Canucks should have a better idea about his availability after Wednesday's morning skate, but his status could end up coming down to the wire.

Kevin Bieksa D VAN 3 Months

Bieksa (undisclosed) could miss Wednesday's regular-season opener vs. the Flames, Team 1040's Matthew Sekeres reports.

Bieksa was not at practice Monday, nursing an undisclosed injury that he presumably suffered at some point in the preseason. The 33-year-old blueliner failed to record a point in three exhibition games, finishing a plus-1, while averaging over 25:00 of ice time. Bieksa, who is expected to be a key asset to the Canucks' defense in 2014-15, is likely to improve on the mere 24 points he achieved in 2013-14.

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Bieksa is nursing an undisclosed injury and will not play in Saturday's preseason finale versus the Oilers.

Although coach Willie Desjardins didn't provide much information on the nature of Bieksa's injury, he said the defenseman is "coming among." It seems likely that the Canucks are keeping Bieksa out for maintenance purposes more than anything, so his status for the team's Oct. 8 season opener wouldn't seem at risk.

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Kevin Bieksa has been named Canada's captain for the 2014 IIHF World Hockey Championships.

Coach Dave Tippett also chose Kyle Turris of the Ottawa Senators and Washington's Jason Chimera as the alternates. Bieksa was chosen to wear the "C" because of his "outgoing personality and his on-ice passion."

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Kevin Bieksa was a healthy scratch Saturday.

Bieksa was replaced on the blueline by Frank Corrado. Bieksa has four goals and 24 points with 107 penalty minutes in 75 games this season.

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Kevin Bieksa (leg) participated in Saturday's morning skate and it looks like he'll play against Anaheim.

He hurt his right leg Thursday in a collision with Colorado's Gabriel Landeskog, but he made it through that session. "We'll see how it feels later but obviously I got through the skate okay," Bieksa said. "At this time of year, there are a lot of guys playing injured. So if you can play, you play."

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Kevin Bieksa returned to action on Wednesday February 26.