Found April 16, 2012 on The Sin Bin Sports Blog:
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Vancouver Canucks fans have had little to cheer for. Their team is in a 3-0 series hole and on the brink of elimination, however they may have found their first reason to cheer. No they are not cheering for the latest near perfect dive one of their Canucks pulls off, but because Daniel Sedin will be joining and skating with the team before game four on Wednesday.Sedin has been skating while the team is in Los Angeles, and apparently has progressed enough to travel south and possibly make a return in time for game four. However, Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault has said Sedin playing is not yet a sure thing, from NHL.com,"That won't be my decision," Vigneault said. "That's a medical decision. He's been skating now for a quite a few days. They feel that he's progressed real well and he's cleared to practice with the team. We'll have a better indication here in the next couple days."Sedin has not played in a game since he suffered a concuss...
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