Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin, shown here being mobbed by the media
after practice on April 17, one day before he led his team to a Game 4 victory
over the Los Angeles Kings in their first round playoff series
(click to view a larger image).
Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net
LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — After blowing their chance to sweep the Vancouver Canucks
out of the first round of the National Hockey League
playoffs after a 3-1 loss in Game 4 on April 18, the Los Angeles Kings
were singing the same tune, so to speak, after watching brothers Daniel and Henrik Sedin
skate circles around them in the second and third periods.
“We had chances to finish, but I don’t think we finished as many checks as we should have on those two, in particular,” said right wing and team captain Dustin Brown. “Both of them were good. They’re pretty dynamic when they’re together. We have to take their time and space away, and be physical with them if we want to nullify them in Game 5.” Read more of this post