Vancouver’s coaching staff presents the injury report for the May 31st match-up versus the Seattle Rainmakers.

Week 1
PlayerInjuryGame StatusPractice StatusDate of InjuryExpected Return
Andre GailitsLegOutOutOff-season3-4 weeks
Marc SeragliaCalfOutOutLast practise6/14/2014
Aaron LoachLegProbableOut5/24/20145/31/2014
Andy CollinsInactive
Nick MenziesInactive
John NorrisInactive
Rumi TejparInactive

 
Game Status: Out = Player will not play; Doubtful = 25% chance a player will play; Questionable = 50% chance a player will play; Probable = 75% chance a player will play; Active = Will play; Inactive = excused absence

Practice Status: DNP = Did not participate in practice; LP = Limited Participation in Practice (Less than 100% of a player’s normal repetitions); FP = Full Participation (100% of a player’s normal repetitions); Out = Player will not play

This week the Nighthawks Injury List is more extensive than it has been for a while. Andre Gailits continues to be unlikely to play this season, while Marc Seraglia will be out for a few weeks due to a leg injury he has been battling all season. Aaron Loach will likely be able to play on Saturday in spite of missing practice this week due to being banged up, a Very Good Thing since four other regulars are unable to make the trip to Seattle this weekend.

Click here for the full injury reports for all eight MLU teams.

The Hawks next home game against the Seattle Rainmakers is on Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m at the University of British Columbia’s Thunderbird Stadium.

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