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Another nomination: Tyler Motte up for King Clancy trophy

Another week, another nomination for Vancouver Canucks winger Tyler Motte. The NHL announced Tuesday that Motte, 26, has been nominated by his team for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy, which is presented “to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community.”
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Tyler Motte nominated for King Clancy Memorial Trophy

Vancouver Canucks forward Tyler Motte has been nominated for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. The award is presented to the “player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community.”. Nominees across the league were selected by their respective...
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Canucks: Tyler Motte nominated for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Learning that he was the Vancouver chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association’s nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy was “humbling,” Vancouver Canucks winger Tyler Motte said. Motte’s tireless work on the ice is matched by his efforts off the ice. Over the past 18 months, he’s emerged as...
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Vancouver Canucks forward Tyler Motte nominated for Bill Masterton Trophy

The Professional Hockey Writers Association has announced the nominees for this year’s Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy and the player representing the Vancouver Canucks this year is Tyler Motte. Motte has been very open about his battles with anxiety and depression. He has also teamed up with Canucks for Kids and...
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Remains unavailable

Motte (undisclosed) won't play Thursday versus Edmonton. Motte will miss a fourth straight game Thursday and remains without a timetable for his return. The 26-year-old forward can be considered out indefinitely until the Canucks release an update on his status.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Still sidelined

Motte (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday versus the Oilers, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports. Motte will miss a third straight game with the injury. His next chance to return is Thursday in Edmonton.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Remains out Monday

Motte (undisclosed) isn't in Vancouver's projected lineup Monday against the Oilers, Thomas Drance of The Athletic reports. Jimmy Vesey should continue to skate on the fourth line with Motte out. The exact nature of Motte's injury -- sustained Thursday against Toronto -- remains unclear.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Dealing with undisclosed issue

Motte (undisclosed) isn't expected to play Saturday versus Toronto, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. With Motte on the shelf, Jimmy Vesey is expected to draw into the lineup against the Maple Leafs. Motte will be reevaluated ahead of Monday's matchup with the Oilers.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Hurt Thursday

Motte (undisclosed) will not return to Thursday's game versus the Maple Leafs. Motte was injured during the second period and did not return at the start of the third. It's unclear what Motte hurt. The 26-year-old forward will try to be ready for Saturday's rematch with the Leafs.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Draws assist in return

Motte produced an assist and three hits in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Senators. Motte ended up missing three games as he rebuilt his strength after a stint in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. He returned to a third-line role Saturday and produced a helper on J.T. Miller's empty-net tally. The 26-year-old Motte has eight points, 38 shots on net, 91 hits and a minus-2 rating through 21 appearances as a physical force in the Canucks' bottom six.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Set to sit Sunday

Motte (not injury related) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Maple Leafs. Although he cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Wednesday, Motte won't be ready for Sunday's game. It's likely that he needs more time to ramp up his conditioning after a long layoff. Motte will aim to return for Tuesday's rematch versus the Leafs.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Significant role in first game back

Motte (ankle) had four hits, four blocks and two shots in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over Ottawa. Motte returned to the lineup for the first time since Feb. 6 and was immediately entrusted with a season-high 20:42 of ice time. He also played a team-high 2:43 on the penalty kill and even saw time on Vancouver's top power-play unit. Motte has never been asked to fill an offensive role at the NHL level, but he did have five goals in 15 games prior to his injury and could be an interesting player to watch if the big minutes continue.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Traveling with team

Motte (ankle) is traveling with the Canucks on their four-game road trip to Ottawa and Montreal, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports. Motte has missed 16 straight games, so he can be activated from long-term injured reserve at any point. The fact that he's traveling with the team signals that he could return at some point on the trip, and if not, it won't be long after. The 26-year-old posted five goals and an assist over 15 games before this injury.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Resumes light skating

Motte (ankle) has resumed some light skating but remains without a timeline to return, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports. Motte hasn't played since Feb. 6. Per Dhaliwal, Motte suffered a high ankle sprain, which is the reason for his extended absence. He's still likely weeks away, and when Motte returns, it would likely be in a bottom-six role.
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The Canucks need to scratch Antoine Roussel when Tyler Motte returns

Amidst all the negative stories surrounding the Vancouver Canucks this season, Tyler Motte’s strong start to the campaign was one of the lone positives for the team. Unfortunately, in typical Canucks fashion, the hard-working winger was injured during a game against Toronto on February seventh, and we’re still not sure when he might be able to make his return.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Generates first helper

Motte notched an assist, seven hits, three shots on goal and two PIM in Monday's 6-2 loss to the Canadiens. While it wasn't a great result for the Canucks, Motte was individually successful. He set up Jay Beagle for a third-period tally. Motte and Tanner Pearson each had seven hits Monday, co-leading the team. The 25-year-old Motte is up to five goals, one assist, 26 shots and 52 hits through 12 appearances. His scoring pace is likely to drop throughout the year, but his physical play could keep the Michigan native on the fantasy radar in deeper formats.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Strikes twice in win

Motte scored twice on a team-high six shots in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Senators. Motte opened the scoring just 2:06 into the contest on a pass from Tyler Myers. Motte's second goal was a little more fortunate, as the puck bounced off his leg and off a Senator before getting behind Marcus Hogberg. The 25-year-old Motte has been a pleasant surprise in 2020-21 with five goals, 21 shots on net, 34 hits and 10 blocked shots in nine appearances. While he's listed on the fourth line, he's averaging 16:35 per game. Motte makes for a budget option in DFS given his hot start.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Imitates wrecking ball

Motte scored a goal on three shots and doled out a team-high nine hits in Wednesday's 6-5 shootout win over the Canadiens. Motte gave the Canucks a 2-1 lead at 4:25 of the second period, but that goal had little bearing on the result of a back-and-forth contest. The 25-year-old winger also made sure the Canadiens felt his presence -- his nine hits were more than double the next hardest-hitting Canuck, as Nate Schmidt threw four checks. Motte has fit in well in the bottom-six this year, with two goals, 12 shots on net, eight PIM and 18 hits in five contests.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Finds twine in loss

Morre scored a goal on three shots and added four PIM in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Oilers. Consider it a mixed bag for Motte, whose first tally of the year didn't help the result of the game. His minor penalties were for hooking and slashing -- that won't win him any favor with the coaching staff. In 2019-20, Motte had eight points and 118 hits in 34 contests. He's supplied four hits and five shots through the first two games of 2020-21 despite being limited to a fourth-line role.
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Canucks' Tyler Motte: Not bothered by injuries

Contrary to a previous report, Motte (undisclosed) wasn't dealing with an injury during Tuesday's practice, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports. Beat writers were fooled at Tuesday's practice, as an off-colored jersey made them believe he was working in a no-contact capacity. Motte is fine moving forward, and he's starting off on a line with Brandon Sutter and Jake Virtanen. The 25-year-old winger posted eight points and 118 hits over 34 games last year.