This is generally NOT considered a valid H&C reason.
If you apply for a PR TD, most likely it will be rejected which will automatically start process to revoke your PR status.
If you somehow got a PR TD on H&C reasons (very unlikely), then you could return to Canada without fear of being reported, and immediately apply for new PR card.
If you skip the PR TD process you can attempt to enter Canada by land via USA border.
If reported by CBSA, again this will start process to revoke PR status.
If not reported, you can then stay in Canada 2 straight years without leaving to come back into compliance with the RO and renew PR card. However as you mentioned, it may be difficult to live here 2 years with no PR card or original COPR.
If you're reported or are rejected for PR TD, you can appeal. However since you don't have a valid H&C reason, most likely outcome is your appeal will also be rejected and you'll just lose your PR status a few years later and be asked to leave Canada if you're here waiting for the appeal.