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On 4/8/2018 at 2:15 PM, Wilbur said:

I've always had a soft spot for elite passers, so it's not hard for me to say that Henrik is my favourite player of all time.  One more look at his numbers in honour of his last game.

Player Pos GP G A Pts "+\-" PIM PP SH GW S S%
1.  Henrik Sedin C 1330 240 831 1071 165 680 61 7 38 1856 12.9
2.  Daniel Sedin LW 1306 393 648 1041 147 546 138 0 86 3472 11.3
3.  Markus Naslund LW 884 346 410 756 2 614 114 6 49 2613 13.2
4.  Trevor Linden C 1140 318 415 733 -44 730 97 15 33 2246 14.2
5.  Stan Smyl RW 896 262 411 673 -77 1556 74 13 20 1903 13.8

 

1st in games

Games Played  
1  Henrik Sedin 1330
2  Daniel Sedin 1306
3  Trevor Linden 1140
4  Stan Smyl 896
5  Markus Naslund 884

 

7th in goals

Goals  
1  Daniel Sedin 393
...  
4  Stan Smyl 262
5  Pavel Bure 254
6  Tony Tanti 250
7  Henrik Sedin 240

 

1st (by a country mile) in assists

Assists  
1  Henrik Sedin 831
2  Daniel Sedin 648
3  Trevor Linden 415
4  Stan Smyl 411
5  Markus Naslund 410

 

1st in plus/minus

Plus / Minus  
1  Henrik Sedin 165
2  Daniel Sedin 147
3  Alexandre Burrows 106
4  Dan Hamhuis 78
4  Dana Murzyn 78

 

14th in penalty minutes

Penalty Minutes  
1  Gino Odjick 2127
...  
11  Jim Sandlak 789
12  Mattias Ohlund 756
13  Trevor Linden 730
14  Henrik Sedin 680

 

9th in power play goals

Power Play Goals  
1  Daniel Sedin 138
...  
7  Pavel Bure 69
8  Greg Adams 65
9  Ryan Kesler 61
9  Henrik Sedin 61

 

9th in short handed goals (take that Daniel!)

1  Pavel Bure 24
...  
8  Matt Cooke 8
9  Thomas Gradin 7
9  Brendan Morrison 7
9  Henrik Sedin 7

 

And 3rd in game winning goals

Game Winning Goals  
1  Daniel Sedin 86
2  Markus Naslund 49
3  Henrik Sedin 38
4  Trevor Linden 33
5  Pavel Bure 32

 

I have a few Canuck jerseys from over the years.  Only 1 jersey has a name and number on it and it is Henrik's #33.  Some people count sheep to fall asleep.  I counted Henrik Sedin assists.  If I become an insomniac now, we'll know why.  Congrats on an incredible career Henrik!

Even more interesting is in terms of the league since 2000, that is all players who started in the NHL post 2000 (e.g. started at peak of the "dead puck" era, Henrik is way out in front.   He has advantage of starting in 2000 and likely Crosby plays five more seasons (hard to believe Sid started only five seasons after Sedin...and if you recall, Henrik didn't get too many points in his first five seasons) and Backstrom/Kane also have good shot but this is impressive to noted in terms of the overall league over a long period of time and includes every player to enter the league since 2000.

 

 

       
RANK PLAYER YEARS ASSISTS
1 Henrik Sedin 2000-18 830
2 Sidney Crosby 2005-18 705
3 Daniel Sedin 2000-18 648
4 Brad Richards 2000-16 634
5 Ryan Getzlaf 2005-18 628
6 Henrik Zetterberg 2002-18 623
7 Pavel Datsyuk 2001-16 604
8 Nicklas Backstrom 2007-18 590
9 Jason Spezza 2002-18 564
10 Evgeni Malkin 2006-18 560
11 Anze Kopitar 2006-18 538
12 Eric Staal 2003-18 527
13 Patrick Kane 2007-18 516
14 Alex Ovechkin 2005-18 515
15 Mikko Koivu 2005-18 466
16 Claude Giroux 2007-18 463
17 Andrei Markov 2000-17 453
18 Duncan Keith 2005-18 451
19 Patrice Bergeron 2003-18 445
20 Justin Williams 2000-18 444
21 Paul Stastny 2006-18 426
22 Jason Pominville 2003-18 419
23 Dany Heatley 2001-15 419
24 Ryan Suter 2005-18 418
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1 hour ago, Wilbur said:

Testament to how regularly they won during his career here (last few years notwithstanding)

Yep.

 

Fans including myself were angry when the team would show up to play just for the third period to win games 3-2 or 2-1. Media was critical because we didn't win games by 5 goals every game.

 

Such good times.

 

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1 hour ago, Rob_Zepp said:

Even more interesting is in terms of the league since 2000, that is all players who started in the NHL post 2000 (e.g. started at peak of the "dead puck" era, Henrik is way out in front.   He has advantage of starting in 2000 and likely Crosby plays five more seasons (hard to believe Sid started only five seasons after Sedin...and if you recall, Henrik didn't get too many points in his first five seasons) and Backstrom/Kane also have good shot but this is impressive to noted in terms of the overall league over a long period of time and includes every player to enter the league since 2000.

 

 

       
RANK PLAYER YEARS ASSISTS
1 Henrik Sedin 2000-18 830
2 Sidney Crosby 2005-18 705
3 Daniel Sedin 2000-18 648
4 Brad Richards 2000-16 634
5 Ryan Getzlaf 2005-18 628
6 Henrik Zetterberg 2002-18 623
7 Pavel Datsyuk 2001-16 604
8 Nicklas Backstrom 2007-18 590
9 Jason Spezza 2002-18 564
10 Evgeni Malkin 2006-18 560
11 Anze Kopitar 2006-18 538
12 Eric Staal 2003-18 527
13 Patrick Kane 2007-18 516
14 Alex Ovechkin 2005-18 515
15 Mikko Koivu 2005-18 466
16 Claude Giroux 2007-18 463
17 Andrei Markov 2000-17 453
18 Duncan Keith 2005-18 451
19 Patrice Bergeron 2003-18 445
20 Justin Williams 2000-18 444
21 Paul Stastny 2006-18 426
22 Jason Pominville 2003-18 419
23 Dany Heatley 2001-15 419
24 Ryan Suter 2005-18 418

Henrik and Daniel missed one season compared to most of the younger guys like Crosby and Giroux on that list due to 2004 lockout. Should add about 40-50 assists to each Sedin.

 

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47 minutes ago, -Vintage Canuck- said:

 

I just saw a feed on fb, showing Daniel, Henrik, and Brock meeting the Humbolt Broncos. I'm pretty sure McDavid was introducing them to the Humbolt team, and he got a chuckle out of the players, including Daniel and Henrik. I don't know how to move stuff from that forum to the Canucks board, but check it out its on the Canuck fb page. Good on the NHL for getting that team to the NHL awards, they deserve everything, after what they've gone through.

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"Moved to Alumni." :(

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1 hour ago, Qwags said:

"Moved to Alumni." :(

I did it with a grieving heart. :(

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Alumni's should be separated from just ex-Canucks. Putting the Sedin's in with some of these players just makes me sad.:(

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"At the Canucks’ final home game last season — the emotional goodbye to Daniel and Henrik Sedin — fans in attendance at Rogers Arena spent an average of $22.33. I’m still not sure I believe it, but someone who would know swears it is true."

 

A quote from the most recent 31 Thoughts article. The magic continues.

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1 hour ago, 3rdGenCanuck said:

"At the Canucks’ final home game last season — the emotional goodbye to Daniel and Henrik Sedin — fans in attendance at Rogers Arena spent an average of $22.33. I’m still not sure I believe it, but someone who would know swears it is true."

 

A quote from the most recent 31 Thoughts article. The magic continues.

WTF! If that's actually true I officially believe in twin magic. 

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Bring back the Sedins to work in player development!  Young players have always raved about them. 

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Happy 39th to Hank!

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