darkpoet Posted December 23, 2016 Share Posted December 23, 2016 Didn't see posted. Delete if sohttp://theprovince.com/sports/hockey/nhl/vancouver-canucks/canucks-recall-anton-rodin-from-utica-conditioning-stint Quote Canucks recall Anton Rodin from Utica conditioning stint Anton Rodin is apparently ready to go. The Swedish winger was recalled by the Canucks from his Utica conditioning stint on Thursday. He played three games for the Comets, recording just one assist. Originally drafted by the Canucks in 2009, Rodin played two AHL seasons for the Canucks’ former affiliate, the Chicago Wolves, in 2011-12 and 2012-13. He struggled to make an impact, battling injuries during much of those two seasons. He tallied just 14 goals. He returned to Sweden and played for Brynas where he re-discovered his scoring talents. Despite suffering a season-ending injury in January, he was still named Swedish Hockey League MVP. The resurgence in form drew the interests of the Canucks; he was originally seen as a scoring prospect. Coming into the current season, there was great hope he’d be a key scoring cog for a team which otherwise looked set to struggle to score. In training camp, he suffered a setback, with his knee swelling up. Now the question is, can he score enough to stay in the lineup? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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