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.
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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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