Canucks goalkeeper No 1 could not play on Monday night because of what was first described as "stiffness of the lower body".
It seems that the trauma that Jacob Marström suffered from the composition is the back of the spasms.
During his appearance at Sportsnet 650 Tuesday afternoon, Sportsnet's Interior Officer John Shannon told hosts Satyr Shah and Andrew Walker that Marcstrom was engaged in spinal cramps.
Cancus previously said that Marcstrom was involved in stiffness in the lower body; asked for his trauma on Tuesday, General Manager Jim Benning told Postmedia earlier Tuesday that Marxholm had reported "slimness," but did not provide more details.
Travis Greene said after Monday's game that he was concerned about what an aggravating injury Marston played in the game.
Eric Gudbranson and Josh Leivo both have missed games this season while dealing with back cramps.
Mike DiPietro, who began Monday, traveled with Canucks in California; if Marxxem is declared healthy enough to play on Wednesday against Anaheim and the newest goalkeeper Marek Mazanec arrives from Canada where he gets his immigration documentation on time, DipProto will have to be sent back to Ottawa 67 from the Ontario hockey league ,
Markstrom is 21-15-6 of the season and has 910 saved percentage this season.