Sedin (upper-body) is headed back to Vancouver; will miss at least the next three games.
Sedin will miss at least the next three games and could be out until after the All Star break. With Sedin out, Jared McCann is expected to skate on the Canucks top line between Daniel Sedin and Jannik Hansen.
Sedin (upper-body) left Sunday's game and did not return; listed as day-to-day.
Sedin was forced to leave Sunday’s game after being hit from behind by Mikhail Grabovski. Sedin spoke to the media following the game and said that it isn’t going to be a week-to-week thing, but he is questionable for Tuesday’s game in New York.
Sedin did not skate Monday or Tuesday but will play.
Despite missing yesterday's practice and this morning's gameday skate, Sedin will be in the lineup against the Hurricanes. Henrik has goals in back-to-back games and has a total of 10 points (4G / 6A) in eight games. It has been a nice start for the Sedin's, who appear to be a back on track after an off-year.
Sedin (knee) likely back in the Canucks lineup on Saturday.
Updating an earlier report: John Tortorella said he expects to have Sedin back in his lineup tomorrow. Sedin has missed the last four games but will likely be centering a line with Chris Higgins and Nicklas Jensen on his wings Saturday. This does not matter much to the Canucks, but could mean a lot to fantasy owners. Henrik was dropped in 11% of Yahoo! leagues, so take a peek for his availability.
Sedin has missed the last four games but is skating again this afternoon. The Canucks' season is virtually over, so unless Henrik is 100 per cent, John Tortorella likely will not put him into his lineup. Monitor his status leading up to Saturday's game.
Sedin (leg) skated prior to the Canucks morning skate on Tuesday.
Sedin will miss his fourth straight game tonight vs. the Rangers, but it is a good sign to see him back on the ice. The Canucks are desperately trying to salvage their season and make it into the playoffs and having a healthy Daniel and Henrik would certainly help their chances. Sedin remains day-to-day.
Sedin appeared to injure his leg, likely his knee in the second period of Sunday's win over the Sabres. This one-time ironman might be starting to show his age at 33-years-old. For all intensive purposes, his fantasy season is pretty much over.
Sedin left Sunday's game with a leg injury and did not return.
Sedin was injured when he went for a hit behind the Buffalo net. He skated off flexing his knee and did not return. On a night where the Canucks got Daniel Sedin and Ryan Kesler back in their lineup, things were starting to look up on the injury front. However, with Henrik's recent injury, their playoff chances take another hit. Monitor his status in the next 24 hours, but for now consider him day-to-day.
Sedin (personal) "is landing this morning, we hope he will play" said head coach John Tortorella.
Sedin had been in Sweden dealing with a family matter, so we likely won't know until closer to puck-drop if he will be in the lineup tonight. If he does play, expect him to skate on a line with his brother and Alex Burrows.