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Canucks' Jannik Hansen OK after scare at bench; expected to play against Coyotes

 
Vancouver Canucks’ Jannik Hansen, centre, is tended to by a trainer as teammatesRadim Vrbata and Henrik Sedin watch after he was hurt in a collision with Calgary’s Curtis Glencross on Saturday. Hansen spent the night in hospital, for precautionary reasons, but is expected to be in the lineup Monday when Vancouver hosts the Arizona Coyotes.

Vancouver Canucks’ Jannik Hansen, centre, is tended to by a trainer as teammatesRadim Vrbata and Henrik Sedin watch after he was hurt in a collision with Calgary’s Curtis Glencross on Saturday. Hansen spent the night in hospital, for precautionary reasons, but is expected to be in the lineup Monday when Vancouver hosts the Arizona Coyotes.

After a frightening incident Saturday night, one in which Vancouver Canuck winger Jannik Hansen collapsed at the players’ bench unable to catch his breathe, all appeared well Sunday. The 28-year-old Dane spent the night in hospital, was checked for heart issues and released Sunday. He is expected to play Monday when the Canucks take on the Arizona Coyotes at Rogers Arena.

 

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