Daniel Sedin to play? `Absolutely’

After Vancouver’s morning skate today, Daniel Sedin told reporters that he is “absolutely” expecting to play tonight in Game 4 against the Kings. Coach Alain Vigneault called Sedin’s status a game-time decision. Sedin missed the final nine regular-season games, and the first three games of this first-round playoff series, because of a concussion. The Canucks are expected to start Cory Schneider in goal for a second consecutive game. Schneider stopped 19 of 20 shots in Game 3.

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