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Welcome to, the official site of the National Hockey LeagueBienvenue à , le site officiel de la Ligue nationale de hockeyДобро пожаловать на, официальный сайт Национальной хоккейной лигиTervetuloa NHL:n viralliselle nettisivustolle NHL.comiinVälkommen till, NHL:s officiella web-sidaVítejte na, oficiálních stránkách National Hockey LeagueVitajte na, oficiálnych stránkach National Hockey LeagueWillkommen auf, der offiziellen Seite der National Hockey LeagueBienvenido a, el sitio oficial de la National Hockey LeagueBo Horvat, with his four goals and array of pretty moves, was the Vancouver Canucks' headliner and best player through the first two games in the Western Conference First Round.The narrative has changed since with the St. Louis Blues winning Games 3 and 4 on Sunday and Monday to even the best-of-7 series and shutting out the Canucks center and captain in the process.But nobody, least of all former Canucks center and captain Henrik Sedin, would be surprised if Horvat is again the best player in the series in Game 5 at Rogers Place in Edmonton, the hub city for the West, on Wednesday (10:30 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, SN, FS-MW)."He shows up, he plays hard and he's got those offensive skills," Sedin said. "When he's on, those are the moves he's going to make."Those moves were on display in Games 1 and 2, when the Canucks had more open ice to work with, more room to pick up speed through the neutral zone.From his couch in Vancouver, Sedin watched Horvat in Game 2 dangle and turn Blues forwards Brayden Schenn and Jaden Schwartz inside out on his way to scoring maybe the prettiest goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.As Horvat started up the ice in the shorthanded situation, Sedin could have predicted what was coming next."He can beat guys 1-on-1," Sedin said. But I've always seen Bo as a better offensive player than a defensive player."Horvat also put those 1-on-1 skills on display in Game 1, when he danced by Blues defenseman Vince Dunn for a power-play goal."When he gets pucks in the right spot and he has his speed, he does that fake and he goes inside," Sedin said of the 25-year-old.

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