Canucks' Henrik Sedin will sit Monday because of upper-body injury
Vancouver Canucks center Henrik Sedin (upper body) won't play Monday night against the Los Angeles Kings.
Sedin is back in Vancouver being re-evaluated for an upper-body injury he sustained on Saturday. Linden Vey is projected to replace Sedin on the top line.
Sedin has 48 points (10 goals, 38 assists) in 58 games played this season and has been solid at driving possession. His Corsi For Percentage is 52.4, and his Relative Corsi For at Even Strength is 5.2. We currently project Sedin to tally another 12 points (three goals, nine assists) over the remaining course of the season.
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