Jimmy Vesey


Canucks' Jimmy Vesey: Distributes helper in win

Vesey posted an assist Saturday in a 4-1 win over the Oilers. Vesey kept his eye on the puck for a key takeaway in the defensive zone and quickly found Travis Boyd for the score. With no goals and just two helpers through 17 games, Vesey is still trying to fit in with Vancouver; he's been on four different NHL clubs -- including his starting the year in Toronto -- and it certainly seems like the American winger would benefit from more continuity with a given organization. However, he'll likely have to hit the restart button yet again seeing as how he's a pending unrestricted free agent.

Canucks' Jimmy Vesey: Healthy scratched

Vesey was a scratch during Saturday's win over Ottawa. Vesey has appeared in seven contests for Vancouver but has yet to crack the scoresheet with his new team. He played 21:50 against his former Maple Leafs, but his ice time dropped to the 13-minute mark the following two games before he sat out the next matchup.

What will Jimmy Vesey bring to the Vancouver Canucks?

TORONTO, ON - MARCH 13: Jimmy Vesey #26 of the Toronto Maple Leafs warms up prior to playing against the Winnipeg Jets in an NHL game at Scotiabank Arena on March 13, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Jets defeated the Maple Leafs 5-2. (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images) Jimmy...

Jimmy Vesey Geared Up for More Prominent Role with Canucks

As soon as the Toronto Maple Leafs placed Jimmy Vesey on waivers, the Vancouver Canucks jumped jumped at the chance to pick him up. At the same time, Vesey jumped – well drove the four and a half hour (450 km) trip from Toronto to Ottawa – to get a chance to play for his new team. In the end, paperwork kept Vesey from getting into game action on Wednesday, but it wasn’t Vesey’s lack of speed “gearing-up” his car to become part of the Canucks’ lineup.

Canucks Claim Forward Jimmy Vesey Off Waivers

Some highlights from the newest Vancouver Canuck Jimmy Vesey who was claimed off of waivers on March 17th. Vancouver, B.C. - Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has claimed forward Jimmy Vesey off waivers. Vesey, 27, has recorded 7 points (5-2-7) in 30 games played...

Veteran winger Jimmy Vesey claimed by Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks have added a forward to the mix, claiming Jimmy Vesey off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet. The 27-year-old winger is earning just $900K on a one-year contract and will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the year. Though he will face a quarantine of some sort, it will not be the two-week period that is reserved for players entering Canada from the U.S. Vancouver is actually in Ottawa to play the Senators, meaning he can easily be picked up without having to take a commercial flight.

Vancouver Canucks claim former Toronto Maple Leafs winger Jimmy Vesey

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks have claimed winger Jimmy Vesey off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 27-year-old Vesey has five goals and two assists in 30 games with Toronto this season. Vasey signed a one-year, US$900,000 deal with the Leafs prior to the season. The American spent last...

Canucks claim Jimmy Vesey: Six things to know

The Vancouver Canucks have claimed Toronto Maple Leafs winger Jimmy Vesey off of waivers. Vesey doesn’t have a long commute to make, as the Canucks announced that the Boston native will join the team today in Ottawa. Here are six things to know based on Vesey’s performance this season with...

NHL News: Robin Lehner, Jimmy Vesey and Anton Forsberg

Jesse Granger: Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner felt that it was important that he said that he was out with a concussion. He heard some of the speculation that was out there. The stigma around mental health issues is insane. He been honest and upfront with some of his battles and should get the benefit of the doubt.

Vancouver Claims Jimmy Vesey Off Waivers from Maple Leafs

After the Toronto Maple Leafs placed Jimmy Vesey on waivers, the Vancouver Canucks didn’t waste any time grabbing a depth forward and claiming him. A player who wasn’t always getting minutes in Toronto, Vesey will likely see a lot more ice time in Vancouver. For the Leafs, moments after Vesey had officially departed via waivers, Alex Galchenyuk was seen at practice in a regular (non-taxi squad) sweater.

Jimmy Vesey claimed by Vancouver on waivers

Yesterday, with a need for cap flexibility, Kyle Dubas put Jimmy Vesey on waivers. Today, the Vancouver Canucks have claimed Vesey. They’ve had a lot of forward injuries, is the only reason I can come up with. In addition, the Leafs made these moves with both the NHL and AHL...

Maple Leafs place Jimmy Vesey on waivers

Jimmy Vesey (TOR), Paul Byron (NTL), Anton Forsberg (WPG) and Mikhail Grigorenko (CBJ) have been placed on waivers. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) March 16, 2021. The Maple Leafs have chosen to waive Jimmy Vesey just as they have three more days off before their next game. Vesey has struggled to find a spot in the roster where he can contribute, and has played mostly on the fourth line of late. He has five goals and two assists in 30 games for the Leafs.

Canucks' Jimmy Vesey: Making Canucks debut

Vesey will play in Wednesday's game against the Senators, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports. Vesey was claimed off waivers from the Maple Leafs on Wednesday, and he'll waste no time before making his Canucks debut. The 27-year-old will skate on the third line. He has registered five goals and two assists across 30 games this year.

Canucks' Jimmy Vesey: Sitting out after all

Vesey won't play in Wednesday's game against the Senators. It's unclear as to why, but it seems likely it could be related to immigration issues given that he's an American citizen playing for a new Canadian team after leaving the Maple Leafs. Vesey skated on the third line during warmups,...

Canucks' Jimmy Vesey: Claimed by Vancouver

Vesey was claimed by the Canucks off waivers Wednesday. Vesey will drive to Ottawa to join his new team Wednesday, so he'll be an option for Friday's matchup with the Flames, as he won't need to complete a mandatory quarantine. The 27-year-old winger has picked up five goals and seven points in 30 appearances with the Maple Leafs this season.