The club's leading scorer underwent an MRI on his injury foot after he was struck by a point shot from Nashville Predators defenseman Kevin Klein on Tuesday, but the results were inconclusive.
Although Sedin had to be helped off the ice in the first period of Tuesday's 4-3 shootout loss against the Preds, he returned to the contest and proceeded to assist on the Canucks' first two goals.
Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault confirmed that Sedin, as well as forward Dale Weise, both were to undergo CT scans on Wednesday, as Weise was also injured after blocking a shot Tuesday night.
"We'll just wait for the results," Vigneault told the Sun.
Sedin has appeared in 552 consecutive games, the second-longest active streak in the league behind Calgary Flames defenseman Jay Bouwmeester who sits atop the list with 560 straight contests.
In 53 games with the Canucks this season, Sedin leads the team with 57 points as he has collected 11 goals and 46 assists.
With the status of Sedin and Weise in doubt for Thursday's matchup against the Wild, it appears that the team will call up a player or two from its AHL affiliate in Chicago.
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