Daniel Sedin was a no-show at the Vancouver Canucks' workout Tuesday morning, then skated with teammates after practice.
Sedin, out with a concussion since March 21, was expected to take part in his second practice before Wednesday's first-round playoff series opener against the Los Angeles Kings.
He was injured when he took an elbow in the head from Chicago defenseman Duncan Keith, who was suspended for five games.
Sedin led the Canucks in goals during the regular season with 30 and had 67 points. He missed nine games, but the Canucks still won eight in his absence. He took part in his first on-ice workout with the team Monday since being injured.