Daniel Sedin Could Play in Game 4 but Won't Save the Canucks from Elimination

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Daniel Sedin Could Play in Game 4 but Won't Save the Canucks from Elimination
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There is a chance Daniel Sedin could suit up for Game 4 between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings.

Sedin has joined the Canucks in L.A. after being cleared for practice on Monday. Last year’s Art Ross Trophy winner hasn’t played since suffering a concussion on a hit by Chicago’s Duncan Keith late in the season.  

The President’s Trophy-winning Canucks are down three games to none to the eighth-seeded Kings. A loss Wednesday would give the Canucks a place in history as the first No. 1 seed to be swept by a No. 8 seed.

While there is no denying Sedin’s skill and his ability to impact a game, the Canucks have too many problems for one player alone to fix.

Here are five of those problems.

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