Will the Vancouver Canucks survive the loss of Daniel Sedin?

Posted: 12th October 2009 by Nucks IceMan in NHL
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Do the Vancouver Canucks have enough depth to cover the loss of Daniel Sedin, their leading goal scorer, for the past three seasons,áfor the next 14 games? As most people know, the Sedins have been consistent point a game players and if you extrapolate Daniel's points/goals over the period of time that he will be out, that works out to 14 points, of which five to six of those are goals. The one thing the Canucks do not have in their system is a stable of NHL-caliber goal scorers. They have an abundance of defensemen, but thatÆs it, and no one on the horizon. So where is the deficiency going to come from?áá Brother Henrik Sedin and Alex Burrows currently lead the team in goals with three a piece. Mikael Samuelsson, Ryan Kesler, and that goal-scoring phenomenon, Willie Mitchell, each hav ...

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