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DANIEL SEDIN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Daniel Sedin adds three assists as Vancouver beats the Oilers 5-4

For a while, it looked like the free beer was going to be highlight of the night for Vancouver Canucks fans at Saturday night’s home-opener at Rogers Arena. The Canucks spotted the Edmonton Oilers three separate two-goal leads before coming back to earn a 5-4 shootout win in what turned out to be a highly entertaining game. Chris Higgins scored the only goal in the shootout as...
Via Pro Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Sedin Twins Go Head to Head

#467204753 / gettyimages.com Henrik and Daniel Sedin have led the Vancouver Canucks for well over a decade and naturally took the position as the faces of the organization. Back in November the twins signed matching four-year, $28 million contract extensions. It is clear that they are highly valued by the club and could quite possibly be one of the rare few who spend an entire...
Via Beyond The Benches
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Daniel Sedin injured in Canucks-Flames game, taken to hospital

Update: It sounds like Daniel Sedin will spend the night at Vancouver General Hospital... Very scary stuff in Vancouver. From @myregularface on Twitter, Daniel Sedin got banged-up in a bad way in the Canucks' regular-season finale against Calgary on Sunday evening (the third period is underway as I file this entry)... Here is the hit that has severely injured Sedin...
Via Kukla's Korner
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Daniel Sedin leaves ice on stretcher after brutal hit

Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin was taken off the ice on a stretcher during the second period of Sunday’s game after Calgary Flames forward Paul Byron hit him from behind along the boards. Sedin’s head went into the glass and he quickly fell to the ice. The Canucks winger laid on the ice for several minutes without much movement while medical personnel placed him...
Via NESN.com
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Daniel Sedin takes high stick to the face, calmly extracts tooth loosened by hit (video)

Vancouver Canucks superstar Daniel Sedin — and his twin brother Henrik — generally are not considered tough guys by NHL standards. But simply being a hockey player requires a certain level of manliness that is unparallelled in pro sports. Exhibit A: During the second period of Monday’s tilt against the Los Angeles Kings, Sedin was […]The post Daniel Sedin takes high stick...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
November 26, 2013  |  Discuss

WATCH: Daniel Sedin pulls out tooth after catching a high stick

Vancouver Canucks star Daniel Sedin generally isn’t considered “tough” by hockey standards, but those standards have been set outrageously high over the years. Exhibit A: Sedin took a high stick to the mouth from a Kings player last night, did not lose his footing, then proceeded to casually pull out the tooth and show it to the referees before skating off the ice and not missing...
Via Next Impulse Sports
November 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Daniel Sedin's return for Game 4 far from certain

The presence of Daniel Sedin in Los Angeles is not a sure-fire guarantee he will play for Vancouver in Game 4 of their playoff series with the Kings. First, there is the matter of Tuesdays full practice with the Canucks and how he is feeling the following day. Vancouver Coach Alain Vigneault spoke Monday afternoon in Santa Monica about Sedins status and potential availability for...
Via Fox Sports West
April 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Daniel Sedin to join Canucks in practice

The Vancouver Canucks announced Monday that winger Daniel Sedin, who missed the first three games of their playoff series against the Kings because of a concussion, will join the team for a full practice on Tuesday. A loss to the Kings on Wednesday at Staples Center would end the season for the Canucks, who won the Presidents Trophy for having the NHLs best regular-season record...
Via Fox Sports West
April 16, 2012  |  Discuss

The Latest On Daniel Sedin

from David Ebner of the Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Canucks fly south Saturday afternoon to Los Angeles, reeling and down two games to none to the Los Angeles Kings - and Daniel Sedin will not be along for the ride to help the purportedly best team in hockey salvage an unfurling disaster. The concussed Sedin, who seemed nearly ready to play last Monday, now could miss the entire...
Via Kukla's Korner
April 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Daniel Sedin skates with teammates after practice

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...
Via AP on Fox
April 10, 2012  |  Discuss
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