|Date of Birth||10/5/1992|
|Height, Weight||5'11", 190 lbs|
|Drafted||2011 - Rd 1|
Baertschi will be out indefinitely with post-concussion syndrome, John Shannon of Sportsnet reports.
Baertschi has been on injured reserve since Tuesday, and he's missed the past three games. The Canucks have been relying more heavily on Nikolay Goldobin in his absence.
Baertschi (illness) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province reports.
The shift to IR comes after Baertschi was forced to return to Vancouver to receive further treatment for an illness that's already caused him to miss one game. Retroactive to Feb. 4, the winger will now have to sit for seven days, ruling him out of Vancouver's next four games. He'll hope to return next Wednesday in Anaheim.
Baertschi (illness) has returned to Vancouver for further treatment, Ben Kuzma of The Province reports.
The team has yet to provide an update on Baertschi's status moving forward. He will not play Monday and figures to miss the Canucks' next two games as well, both of which are road contests. Expect the team to provide more details on Baertschi's ailment after Monday's game.
Baertschi is under the weather and won't be in the lineup against the Flyers on Monday.
Baertschi may travel back to Vancouver, which would also rule him out against Washington and Chicago on Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. The club will likely have more information on the winger's status following Monday's contest. In the meantime, Tim Schaller is slated to step into Baertschi's role on the top line.