Daniel Sedin Leaves Heritage Classic After Crashing Into Boards (Video)


Vancouver Canucks winger Daniel Sedin left Sunday’s Heritage Classic in the second period after colliding with Ottawa Senators defenseman Marc Methot.

About five minutes into the second period, Sedin crashed awkwardly into the boards, with Methot’s elbow appearing to hit his head as he fell to the ice. Sedin also clutched his leg in obvious pain, but the Canucks have not released any details on the extent of the injury.

After sitting on the bench for a few moments, Sedin eventually was helped to the Vancouver dressing room by members of the training staff, and he did not return as the Canucks fell 4-2.

Check out a video of Sedin’s fall below.

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