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Iain MacIntyre: Upbeat Sedins refuse to use r-word

 
Vancouver Canucks captain Henrik Sedin and his brother Daniel believe in the team’s young players and in the team’s chances of winning now.

Vancouver Canucks captain Henrik Sedin and his brother Daniel believe in the team’s young players and in the team’s chances of winning now.

Ageless leaders: Twins believe their team is much closer to winning than most pundits think. They also insist that a youth injection can’t be labelled a rebuild

Fifteen years since he first made the trip, Daniel Sedin arrived again in Vancouver late Wednesday after a flight from Sweden. He slept for three hours, then went to the rink Thursday morning to skate with Canucks teammates and other players. “Three hours — that’s all you need,” Sedin joked after practising at Britannia Arena in Jeff Tambellini’s conditioning camp. “It takes four or five days to adjust.”

 

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