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Sven Baertschi

23-Year-Old Left Wing – Vancouver Canucks

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Baertschi impressed in 69 games with the Canucks last season, notching 15 goals and 28 points. The 23-year-old could play alongside Bo Horvat or Brandon Sutter in 2016-17 and be in for a breakout campaign. The youngster has great speed and a terrific shot and will likely slo...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 11"   WT: 190   DOB: 10/5/1992   BORN: Bern, Switzerland   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #13 Overall in 2011   Show ContractHide Contract

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Sven Baertschi Contract Information:

Signed a two-year contract with Vancouver in June 2016 worth an average annual value of $1,850,000.

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Sven Baertschi: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Baertschi (lower body) agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with the Canucks on Thursday.

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Baertschi (lower body) is projected to be scratched from Saturday's regular season finale against the Oilers, Kevin Woodley of NHL.com reports.

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Baertschi (undisclosed) wasn't on the ice for pregame warm-ups, indicating he won't play Wednesday against Edmonton.

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Baertschi (lower body) will not play in Monday's game against the Kings.

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Baertschi (lower body) was not on the ice for Sunday's morning skate session.

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Baertschi (lower body) will miss Friday's game against the Ducks.

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Baertschi injured his lower body in Thursday's game and will not return.

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Baertschi (undisclosed) was on the ice for morning skate, indicating he'll be in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Predators, Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Province reports.

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Baertschi (undisclosed) was not present for practice Wednesday.

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Baertschi registered two helpers in Sunday's win over the Sharks.

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Baertschi notched a goal on three shots and added a hit in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Ducks.

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Baertschi netted a power-play goal in Saturday's overtime loss to the Lightning.

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2016-17

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2014-15

Baertschi has had an up-and-down few years with Calgary, as he has struggled with the immense pressure and overwhelming expectations of being the 13th overall pick. The winger has, at times, had trouble adapting to the speed and toughness of the NHL, but keep in mind he is still only 21 years old. He is more of a finesse player, which can clash with team president Brian Burke's expectations of the Flames, so it's a mystery what Baertschi's role will be in 2014-15. He will certainly get a shot at making the Flames' roster in the fall, but he has to display an improved maturity and work ethic. We're not drafting until we see where things settle.

2013-14

Baertschi struggled to adjust to the expectations and workload of the NHL early in 2012-13, as the highly prized prospect scored only one point in his first 13 games and he was sent down to the AHL. However, Baertschi caught fire down the stretch upon his recall, scoring at least a point in each of his last seven games. His demotion to the AHL seems to have sparked Baertschi and put a chip on his shoulder, which bodes well for his future. If he can continue his torrid pace from the end of last year, Baertschi could certainly (and quickly) become the best scorer for Calgary. He's likely a future star in the league and should put up 50 to 60 points in 2013-14.

2012-13

Rarely has a five-game stretch of play excited a city like Baertschi’s in 2011-12. An emergency call-up in March, Baertschi scored three goals and had a plus-2 ratingin those five games and showed why he’s the Flames’ best prospect. It would be a big surprise to not see Baertschi start the season in a Flames uniform, as he tore up the WHL last season and did not look overmatched in the NHL. While it may take him a season or two to fully pick up the nuances of the NHL, he could be a burgeoning superstar and may be worth a flyer in late rounds.

2011-12

The 13th overall pick in this past year's draft, Baertschi inked an entry-level deal in July. Turning 19 in early October, he has plenty of potential and will likely get a run with the big club during training camp. Keep an eye on this gritty winger with offensive upside, as the Flames are high on him.