The Vancouver Canucks welcomed the Anaheim Ducks to Rogers Arena trying to finish Sedin Week undefeated while widening the gap on top of the Pacific.
The third and final game of Sedin Week would be a clash between the Vancouver Canucks and the Anaheim Ducks. Legacy Night would turn out to be an afternoon tilt and the final wave goodbye to the legendary careers of Daniel and Henrik Sedin. Or is it possibly a see you soon? I know any Canucks fan would love to see the twins continue off ice careers with the organization in some way or another. Maybe one day.
The twins were on the ice one final time before puck drop. Joined together with several kids they’ve helped along the way. It was a really nice way to close the book on their NHL careers. These two brothers were incredible people off the ice and what they did for people in need was even greater than all the records and accomplishments of their successful careers as members of the Canucks. You could see on the smiles of all the faces just how much they still mean to the city.
Vancouver would look to keep the momentum going on the final leg of Sedin Week. The Anaheim Ducks, on the other hand, were hoping to bounce back after an embarrassing 6-0 loss to the Calgary Flames. Thatcher Demko getting the green light from Travis Green. With the Ducks being a bottom feeder club, Demko was expected to find the win, but Ryan Getzlaf was thinking otherwise.