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Jul 23: Looking Back – July 23, 2014 by Dobber Hockey
Looking Back – July 23, 2014. Looking back at August 2009 and the emergence of an unexpected superstar... Henrik Sedin
Sedin assisted on both of brother Daniel's two goals in Sunday's season finale against Calgary.
Sedin opened the scoring at 13:52 of the first period Thursday, but the Canucks eventually fell 4-2 to the Avs.
Sedin collected an assist in his first game action in almost two weeks as the Canucks beat the Kings on Saturday, 2-1. He skated 22 shifts in the contest.
Head coach John Tortorella believes Sedin (leg) will be able to play in Saturday's game against the Kings.
Sedin (knee) was back at practice on Wednesday, skating on a line with Chris Higgins and Nicklas Jensen, the Vancouver Province's Jim Jamieson reports.
Coach John Tortorella said that Sedin (leg) will be out for at least the team's two-game road trip beginning Wednesday, NHL.com reports.
Sedin (leg) is expected to miss the next two weeks, Renaud Lavoie of Journal de Montreal reports.
Sedin injured his left leg in second period of Sunday's game against the Sabres, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Sedin collected two assists in Wednesday's win over Nashville. He now has five points in his last three games.
Sedin scored his 10th goal of the season in Monday's loss to the Islanders, ending an 11-game scoring drought.
Sedin was held off the scoresheet in Thursday's loss to Dallas, marking the 11th straight game the 33-year-old has gone without recording a point.
Coach John Tortorella confirmed Sedin (ribs) will be back in the lineup Wednesday vs. the Blues, NHL.com reports.
Sedin (ribs) missed Monday's practice for family reasons, Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun reports.
Sedin (ribs) will not play for Sweden in the upcoming Winter Olympics, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.
Sedin (ribs) was a full participant in Sunday's practice, Craig Custance of ESPN.com reports.