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Vancouver Canucks leading scorer Daniel Sedin returned to practice after missing nine games with a concussion.
The Nashville Predators and Vancouver Canucks added some reinforcements for a playoff run, while Rick Nash's wish for a deal didn't come to fruition Monday as the NHL trade deadline passed without any blockbuster moves.
The Nashville Predators acquired center Paul Gaustad from the Buffalo Sabres.
Nine — yes, nine Buffalo Sabres players, count 'em — are hurt. Forty-five percent of their regular lineup sat Saturday. Eight rookies dressed. Six of the 20 players began the season in the minors.