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Sundin ready to play in Edmonton

Tuesday, 01.06.2009 / 11:16 PM / News
The eagerly awaited game debut of Mats Sundin may only be one sleep away. Since arriving in Vancouver, the superstar Swede has been surrounded by speculation around when he will be game ready.

Following practice this morning Sundin, skating alongside Kyle Wellwood and Mason Raymond for the second day in a row, declared he felt good and would likely see ice time in Wednesday's game in Edmonton.

"It feels like if nothing changes tomorrow morning, I think there is a good chance I’ll play tomorrow," said Sundin. "If not, then obviously Friday. Unless I feel worse tomorrow morning or tonight I think there is a good chance I’ll play tomorrow."

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