@imacvansun: Sedins want to stay after contracts expire in 2014: "Absolutely. If it's up to us, we want to stay here."
They deserve to retire as Canucks that's for sure.
The Sedins have been relatively healthy their whole careers (knock on wood) and they are still producing quite well. At the same time, after 2014 it will be time to give others a chance to be the go-to offensive producers of the team. If they are still putting up 80+ points though, it'll be hard to ease anyone else into that role. A lot of it depends on their capabilities as they age and also how well they are able to perform in the playoffs, but it would be great to have them still being the leaders of the team.
So the question is: how much, how long a contract, and in what role?