Mason Raymond is expected to be back in the Vancouver Canucks' lineup Saturday night.
Mason Raymond is dealing with a sore shoulder.
Mason Raymond scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.
The experiment of Mason Raymond at center has been successful so far.
With Ryan Kesler out (foot), the Canucks have undergone a significant lineup change.
Mason Raymond generated a power-play goal and an assist on Thursday in Vancouver's 4-1 win versus Minnesota.
Mason Raymond is taking advantage of increased ice time in Vancouver as a result of the many injuries the team has endured.
Mason Raymond feels he has something to prove this season, and with Vancouver's second line in shambles, he should get an opportunity on a scoring line to begin the year.
Mason Raymond played only one game for Orebro HK of the Swedish Allsvenskan League.
Mason Raymond will make his debut with Orebro HK on Jan. 3.
Mason Raymond has signed with Orebro of the HockeyAllsvenskan.
Mason Raymond signed a one-year/$2.275 million contract extension with the Vancouver Canucks.
The Vancouver Canucks have filed for arbitration with Mason Raymond in the hopes of getting him for less money than they paid in 2011-12.
Mason Raymond’s goal production is not matching his considerable skill.