Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/01/11 at 09:00 PM ET
from Gary Mason of the Globe and Mail,
They were irrelevant in Vancouver’s 1-0 series-opening win against the Nashville Predators. And in Saturday night’s 2-1 overtime loss, the back-to-back winners of the Art Ross trophy only seemed to be noticeable after regulation.
But neither Daniel nor Henrik, who has yet to score in these playoffs, could beat Nashville goalie Pekka Rinne. The Sedins have three points between them in the last six games. Even more uncharacteristically, collectively they are minus 13.
“We’ve been through this a lot and we know we have to score more,” Daniel told reporters following the OT loss Saturday night. “We need to get more shots and grind it out. This is the way they [Nashville] play.”
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