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NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - Vancouver associate coach Rick Bowness says defenseman Sami Salo is a “game-time decision” for Game 3 against the Nashville Predators.
Salo was among the last Canucks off the ice after an optional skate Tuesday morning, hours before Game 3 of the series. Salo suffered an undisclosed injury in Game 6 of the Canucks' opening series against Chicago.
The 36-year-old defenseman missed the first four and a half months of the season recovering from a torn Achilles tendon, but was Vancouver’s best all around defenseman the year before. He had one goal and was minus-2 the first five games of the playoffs.
The Canucks, winners of the NHL’s President’s Trophy, are tied at 1-1 in their Western Conference semifinal against Nashville.
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