Found February 03, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The Canucks brought in more reinforcements for their injury ravaged blue line on Sunday, recalling defenceman Yann Sauve from their Utica AHL affiliate. Sauve, the team’s second-round pick (41st) overall in the 2008 NHL draft, will replace Yannick Weber – who was injured in Friday’s 4-3 loss in Winnipeg. Weber, according to reports, was sent back to Vancouver on Sunday. There was no indication on Sunday what was the nature of the injury to Weber, who is on the roster of Switzerland’s team for the upcoming Sochi Olympic tournament. Sauve shapes up as the No. 10 option on the Canucks’ organizational depth chart, behind just-recalled Frank Corrado. Defencemen Andrew Alberts (head), Chris Tanev (fractured thumb) and Kevin Bieksa (leg) are also out with injuries.
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