#mnwild placed Jordan Schroeder on waivers. He'll be assigned to Iowa tomorrow if he clears...
Victor Bartley (NSH), Max Talbot (BOS, Jordan Scroeder (MIN) on waivers.
Minneapolis Star Tribune "As Jordan Schroeder continues to play impressively for the Wild, the 24-year-old former Gopher has been praised by coach Mike Yeo for how patient he has been waiting for this opportunity. Of course, the same thing could be said for Schroeder’s entire pro career. Schroeder spent parts of five..." February 18
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Wild left wing Matt Cooke, who played two third-period shifts totaling 33 seconds Sunday in Vancouver, won’t play tonight against the Chicago Blackhawks and potentially a “longer period of time,” coach Mike Yeo said. I’m hearing via sources that the veteran will likely need season-ending..." February 03
Vancouver Sun "Diminutive Vancouver Canuck centre Jordan Schroeder has sufficiently recovered from ankle surgery and will play this weekend, only it will be for the Canucks' Utica Comets farm team. The Comets' next two American League games just happen to be Friday and Saturday in Abbotsford against the Heat..." January 23
Vancouver Sun "Vancouver Canucks head coach John Tortorella was in a bartering mood Monday. Here was his proposed deal: if reporters refrained from inquiring daily about injuries, he would provide a nice little list for us on what was happening in the team's infirmary. So how could we resist? We..." October 29
Pro Hockey Talk "Young Vancouver Canucks forward Jordan Schroeder left Saturday’s game against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a foot injury and won’t return. Head coach John Tortorella’s shot-blocking strategies prompted the Vancouver Province’s Ben Kuzma to clarify that Schroeder 23 didn’t hurt his foot getting..." October 19
Vancouver Province "Vancouver Canucks centre Jordan Schroeder was wearing a moon boot on his left foot and using crutches to maneuver around Rogers Arena Thursday morning. He suffered a hairline fracture in his foot after blocking a shot a shot against the Edmonton Oilers last Saturday. He didn’t have the boot or..." September 27
Vancouver Sun "With all the talk at training camp about Hunter Shinkaruk Bo Horvat Brendan Gaunce and Nicklas Jensen it almost seems that another first-round pick of the Vancouver Canucks is the forgotten man. You remember Jordan Schroeder don’t you? The Canucks haven’t forgotten. They gave Schroeder a..." September 18
Vancouver Province "Jordan Schroeder is confident he’ll be ready for training camp so he can show the Canucks he deserves the one-way contract that was announced on Wednesday. Vowing to be recovered from May 21 shoulder labrum surgery by mid-September training camp the 5-foot-8 175-pound centre was pumped after..." July 27
NHL.com "Vancouver Canucks President and General Manager Michael D. Gillis announced today that the Canucks have re-signed centre Jordan Schroeder. Schroeder 22 split the 2012.13 season with the Canucks and AHL Chicago Wolves. In his NHL debut season he posted nine points (3-6-9) and four penalty..." July 24
Vancouver Sun "No news isn’t always good news, but in the case of Vancouver Canuck centre Jordan Schroeder it should not be any cause for concern, his agent said Tuesday. Neil Sheehy, the Minneapolis-based agent for Schroeder, said he and the Canucks mutually agreed to put off contract talks until this..." July 10
Vancouver Province "Shoulder labrum surgery has put Jordan Schroeder on an uncertain timeline for a September Canucks training camp that boasts unprecedented opportunity for younger players. But Schroeder, 22, who had the procedure on his left shoulder on May 21 in Minneapolis, says he’s confident he’ll be ready..." May 29
Vancouver Sun "The floundering Vancouver Canucks made a roster move this morning, sending rookie centre Jordan Schroeder back to the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves and recalling veteran Andrew Ebbett. Schroeder, the Canucks' first pick in the 2009 NHL entry draft, is still on an entry-level contract..." March 11
Nucks Misconduct "Since Alain Vigneault opted to start Corey Schneider in nets during the first round of last spring's Stanley Cup playoffs, much of the media and many fans have been spending a lot of airtime, ink and attention on the "goaltender controversy" in Vancouver. But is there really a sign of such a..." February 11