News: Hamhuis (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Impact: The Canucks haven't detailed an official timetable for Hamhuis' recovery, but it sounds like a long-term absence might be in the cards for the blueliner. He hasn't resumed skating since leaving last Thursday's game with the lower-body ailment.
News: Pedan was traded to the Canucks on Tuesday in exchange for Alexandre Mallet and a 2016 third-round draft pick.
Impact: The 21-year-old had no goals and three assists over six games with AHL Bridgeport, but he's never truly been much of a puck-mover over his previous two seasons in the minors. He's still young enough to make an impact for Vancouver somewhere down the road, but probably not as much more than a third-pairing player.
News: Burrows (upper body) will return to the lineup Tuesday against the Devils, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Impact: Burrows missed the previous two games with an upper-body injury, but the Canucks signed off on his return to the lineup after he was able to participate in Monday's practice. With nine points in 16 games, the winger is already more than halfway to his point total from his disappointing 2013-14 season.
News: Horvat will remain with the Canucks rather than return to his junior team after his nine-game trial ends.
Impact: Recalled by the Canucks earlier in November after missing the season's first month while recovering from a shoulder injury, Horvat needed to impress out of the gate to warrant staying in Vancouver, and he was able to do just that. He's been especially superb over the Canucks' last two games, potting his first NHL goal on Nov. 20 and gathering three assists in Sunday's victory Sunday night. The 19-year-old could notice increased ice time after the three-assist performance, so it's certainly worthwhile to track him the next few games and possibly pick him up if he continues to thrive.
News: Miller will be between the pipes Tuesday against the Devils, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Impact: Miller remains tied for the league lead with 13 wins, but he's paled in comparison to the top netminders in nearly every other statistical category. Nonetheless, he'll continue to ride the coattails of the Canucks' impressive attack and should be viewed as the favorite to come away with the victory Tuesday in Vancouver. Former Canuck goalie Cory Schneider gets the starting nod for the Devils.