Even if they have not played since March 24, due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the organization, the Vancouver Canucks cannot expect Elias Pettersson to resume playing against the Toronto Maple Leafs when they return to the game at Rogers Arena on Sunday.
General Manager Jim Benning said: “He is skating now and he will continue to recover, but we don’t have a timetable yet when he will come back, or even he will just come back.” Bateman Tour website This was reported on Friday. I hope he will come back, but after meeting with the experts on Wednesday, he will have to stay for a while. “
The 22-year-old started off well, scoring 21 points in 26 games, but has now missed the last 11 games.
Benning added: “He will continue to do his best and continue to find this expert, so after his next appointment, we will know where he is in recovery.”
Although each team in the North District has a few games, the Ganak team still has a lot of work to do-if they want to fight for a place in North Carolina, they will have a little luck. Playoffs. They ranked sixth in the department, scoring 35 points in 37 games. They are 12 points behind the Montreal Canadiens, which was the last ticket to the playoffs, but played four games less.