You would assume Daniel Sed-in's arrival in the City of Angels isn't for an emotional, inspirational, do-you-believe-in miracles pregame speech. That's because the Canucks don't need a miracle. The Canucks need something much more extraordinary. They need goals. And they could use several of them. It will be trendy leading into Game 4 for people to unearth the Chicago Blackhawks story from last year, searching for tangible proof that digging out of a three-love hole can be done. The Hawks wormed their way back into the first-round series, one they trailed 3-0 against these Canucks, by scoring 12 goals in two games.