RW - Vancouver Canucks
Ilya Mikheyev suffered a lower-body injury in a Sept. 25 exhibition game against the Calgary Flames. Head coach Bruce Boudreau said the ailment would keep the winger out "week to week."
This is not welcomed news for a player coming off a career year last season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Mikheyev erupted for career highs in goals (21), points (32), and shots on goal (147) a season ago. Opening night still appears to be in play but we should know closer to the Canucks' regular-season opener on Oct. 12 against the Edmonton Oilers.
Ilya Mikheyev found the back of the net 5:25 into the second frame to help Toronto regain their lead at 2-1. Unfortunately for the Maple Leafs, Winnipeg would score three unanswered goals to claim a 4-2 victory.
Mikheyev will finish the regular season with seven goals and 17 points in 54 contests.
Ilya Mikheyev buried a goal 4:44 into the third period to make it a 5-3 game in favor of Toronto. He also provided the secondary helper on Zach Hyman's eventual game-winning goal with 27 seconds remaining in regulation to put Toronto up 6-4. The Maple Leafs would win the contest 6-5 in regulation.
Mikheyev has six goals and 14 points in 41 games of actions this year.
Ilya Mikheyev buried a goal 14:40 into the second period to tie the game at 1-1 against the Ottawa Senators Thursday. Toronto would get the win by a score of 3-2 in OT.
Mikheyev has five goals and ten points in 33 games played.
Ilya Mikheyev scored a goal 7:02 into the second period to give Toronto a 4-0 lead over the Edmonton Oilers Wednesday.
Mikheyev has three goals and seven points in 24 games played.