Rick Quinton | Email Rick.Quinton@corusent.com
Things aren't all bad for the Canucks, it just seems that way.
Henrik Sedin and Chris Tanev were back in their usual spots at practice today, both showing few signs of the injuries they suffered during Sunday's loss in Minnesota.
Kevin Bieksa also took part in the full workout, but was held out of the power-play and penalty-killing drills. "It felt great to skate in a full practice today said Bieksa, we'll see how I feel tomorrow on game day."
The Canucks struggling power-play, now 0-for-24, had another new look today. The top unit featured the Sedins with Alex Burrows, Dan Hamhuis and Alex Edler.
Alain Vigneault has decided to go back to Roberto Luongo in goal for tomorrow's game in Columbus. It will be his first start in four games.
Meantime, the Canucks have sent Jordan Schroeder back to the Chicago Wolves and have re-called Andrew Ebbett.