The Los Angeles Kings look for their first ever playoff sweep on Wednesday night as they host the Vancouver Canucks at Staples Center. The No. 8 seed Kings, who haven't won a playoff series since 2001, are up 3-0 on the No. 1 seed Canucks, the first time the Kings have ever led a playoff series 3-0.
Daniel Sedin, who has missed all three games and has been out since March 21 after taking an elbow to the head, is listed as a game-time decision Wednesday night.
"I really wanted to be back for the playoffs, but my main concern was getting back to 100 per cent. It's probably been the toughest time mentally that I've been through. I'm just happy to be back," Sedin told NHL.com.
Dustin Brown has scored four goals in three games in the series for the Kings, and Jonathan Quick has saved 111 of 115 shots in three games, including a 1-0 shutout win on Sunday night in Game 3.
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