The this one Canucks then moved on to Nashville, where the fracture was discovered and the surgery performed. When he does return, Burrows will wear a jaw protector. He said he will likely be required to wear the extra protection view website until after the Olympic break. The Canucks’ first game following the break is Feb. 26 at home against the Blues. MORE FROM SICK BAY: Among the remaining injured Canucks, only defenceman Andrew Alberts (concussion) is not on the ice. Netminder Roberto Luongo (ankle) took shots Friday morning from goalie coach Rollie Melanson while defenceman Ryan Stanton (ankle) and centre Jordan Schroeder (ankle) were worked out by assistant coach Darryl Williams. Burrows and Alex Edler (knee) skated with the main group, a clear indication they are the continue closest to returning. aAndrew Alberts is still aways away,a said head coach John Tortorella.