VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks could be without a captain this season and they may not be the only Canadian team to forgo a designated leader.
The Canucks have said there’s no rush to replace Henrik Sedin, who wore the “C” before retiring with his twin brother, Daniel Sedin, at the end of last season.
The Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens are also currently without captains.
“We’re going to see the group and see who steps up. We don’t necessarily need to name a captain this year, if that’s what’s best for our team. We’ve got good leadership in the room; if we decide to go without a captain, I’m confident in that decision.” –…