from Monte Stewart of the CP at Yahoo,
Henrik said his sibling is making progress every day while keeping a positive attitude.
“He was down for the first few days,” said Henrik. “He’s always a happy guy, a positive guy. But when you talked to him, you could tell that something was wrong. But in the past couple days, he’s getting better ... So we’ll see what happens in the next couple days.”
Daniel sits second in team scoring with 30 goals and 37 assists in 72 games played. The Canucks have said little on his condition since he was sidelined, though Henrik indicated Daniel has been working out.
“This is the part where he’s a little anxious (to see) if things are going the right way and when he’s exercising if it’s going to be positive or headaches are going to come back,” said Henrik.
Henrik was non-committal on whether Daniel could return in time for the playoffs, but expressed optimism for a post-season return.
“We’ve got a week or a week and a half before the playoffs start