Apr 9, 2012, 1:21 PM EDT
Reid says Sedin should be ready for Wednesday’s Game 1 against the Kings, assuming he can practice symptom-free today and tomorrow.
Sedin missed the last nine games of the regular season after suffering a concussion from a Duncan Keith elbow.
Vancouver went 8-1-0 without Sedin, but against a stingy Los Angeles team, the Canucks will want their top goal-scorer in the lineup.
In four games versus the Kings this season, Vancouver managed just seven goals combined. The Canucks won the teams’ last meeting, 1-0.
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