Duncan Keith Elbows Daniel Sedin (HD Multiview) - March 21, 2012
Follow my YouTube video updates on Twitter. twitter.com CHICAGO -- The war of words between the Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks ratcheted up another notch on Wednesday night at the United Center, but what was left unsaid about Daniel Sedin might be most important. Sedin, who was knocked out of Chicago's 2-1 overtime victory late in the first period by an elbow by Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith, was unavailable for comment and his status for Thursday's game in Dallas was unknown. "He will be re-evaluated [Thursday]," Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault said. "He was taken out of the game obviously. Everybody saw the head shot there, so re-evaluate [Thursday] and I'll know more from there." What did Vigneault think of the hit, which earned Keith an elbowing minor? "Deliberate, principal point of contact, everything you're trying to take out of the game," he said. "I expected a major, and I got a minor -- so we'll let the League deal with it. You saw the hit, you didn't see a puck near the hit. ... the League will do what they have to do." Twin brother Henrik said that after Daniel Sedin hit Keith earlier in the first period, the Hawks defenseman insinuated that he would get retribution at some point. "It shouldn't be a part of the game, especially when you hear comments, too, from him, before it happened ... and then they do it," Henrik said. "That's too bad." Henrik was asked if he was surprised that Keith, the 2010 Norris Trophy winner and a player who has never <b>...</b>
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