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  1. When Henrik Sedin was drafted in 1999 along with his brother Daniel 2nd and 3rd overall respectively, Canucks fans and the NHL had no idea what they were getting. The twin brothers entered the NHL in the 2000-2001 season and showed a little bit of why they were drafted so high. Daniel netted 20 goals in his rookie season while Henrik bagged 29 points. These first points were the start of something extraordinary as the brothers have become one of the most potent dynamic duos in the NHL. Ever since they started playing professional hockey they have played together. That is why then GM Brian Burke tried so hard to draft both of them because they were better together then apart. We can now see why as they have bagged over 1000 points between the two of them mostly playing together. Ever since they were drafted, every year they have worked hard in the off season to improve themselves. This hard work explains why they have steadily increased their point totals every season. Henrik and Daniel have become one of the best, if not the best dynamic duo in the NHL. Every team going into a game against the Vancouver Canucks have to devise a game plan to shut down the Sedins. Occasionally this has been a problem for the brothers as they have fallen in the trap of getting away from the game that has made the successful and trying to become something they are not. This was prevolent in the 2007-2008 playoffs when they were completely shut down against the Anaheim Ducks. The checking line of Moen, Paulsson and Niedermayer played physical against them and made them a non factor. At this point the Sedins were still getting accustomed to being number one line players. The Canucks also did not have enough depth to survive without the contributions from the Sedins. The result was another second round exit. 2009 – The discovery of Alex Burrows (aka the third Sedin) On February 3rd 2009, in the midst of a potentially catastrophic 9 game losing streak at home, in an act of desperation head coach Alain Vigneault put checking line winger Alex Burrows with the Sedins on the number one line. Before the game, fans were a buzz on the forums wondering what will come of this move. Burrows was thought of as a very effective checker, but never as a scoring line winger. The result was Burrows scoring the game winning goal short handed, breaking the long 9 game drought. The game also saw Burrows play very well with the Sedin twins. This success made Vigneault keep Burrows with the Sedins for the foreseeable future. Burrows was so successful with them that he put up 28 goals. A season later, playing almost exclusively with them, he put up 35 goals while being his usual agitating self. This discovery of the third Sedin also helped Henrik and Daniel to career highs of 112 and 83 points respectively. The Evolution of 2010 Hart Trophy and Art Ross Trophy Winner Henrik Sedin When brother Daniel Sedin got injured long term in the early stages of the 2009-2010 season, Canucks fans were worried to say the least. Henrik had never played long term without his brother so it was an unknown how he would play. Would he play like a number one center or an inconsistent number 2 or 3 center? Two months later, Henrik had 15 goals and was chugging along at a point per game pace. Henrik reinvented his game to include a “going to the net” mentality and a “shoot first, pass later” part to his game. This made him a much more potent threat as a centerman. Opposing teams had to think twice when checking him as he was now a threat to score as well as make a perfect pass to a line mate. When Daniel returned to the lineup in December, Henrik did not miss a beat and Daniel just cruised along with him putting up multiple point games almost every second night. By the end of the season Daniel had put together a career season in just 68 games while Henrik became the first Art Ross trophy winner in Canuck history beating out Alex Ovechkin while also eventually winning the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player. Henrik is now considered one of the elite centerman in the NHL. After years of critique and ridicule the Sedins have shown the hockey world that they are a force to be reckoned with. Now that the Canucks have the depth to give them even more room, who knows what the NHL's most potent dynamic duo will bring the Canucks, may be the franchise's first Stanley Cup.
  2. The Sedins have been mired in some sort of a slump by many from a few games before the Olympics, until recently. With that being said there's still the thought that Daniel's slumping because he isn't scoring any goals. What's interesting is Daniel's started racking up just as many assists as Henrik on most nights. While Daniel's not scoring that's really not a concern, or at least it shouldn't be. The fact both Sedins are racking up the helpers is a sign that they're making the offense click. At the end of the day if Henrik gets the helper and Daniel scores, or they both get helpers and Burrows scores, we're still seeing goals on the board and the Twins are running this team's offense. With that in mind, with the Twins putting up point per game numbers on the 14 game road trip, goals or assists, you can't complain. The Twins, who this season have been statistically not nearly as good on the road as they have at home, put up point per game stats on the Canucks recently finished 14 game road trip and come back to GM Place with an extra days rest and the energy of the crowd behind them. Henrik, who led the league in most points on home ice, returns from the road trip to mount a final assualt on Ovechkin atop the standings, Crosby for points on home ice, Thornton for the league lead in assists, and himself as he climbs the Canucks record books looking to surpass Linden for most assists recorded in a Canucks uniform. The Canucks who have been so dominant on home ice managed to find their groove on the road and make their early season road woes a thing of the past, so with the majority of games at home and the way this team gets even better in front of it's fans, the sky's the limit! The Sedins have been great on the road after getting over being home sick, and they've been lights out on home ice. With the way Henrik's played at GM Place this year this Canucks offense is going to kick back into that other gear. With every point Henrik records being a new career high it's his time to shine. He's brought himself to within striking range of Ovechkin for the NHL scoring lead and playing at home is only going to give him that much more of a chance. It's nice to have most of our remaining games at GM Place, it's even better to have games starting at a reasonable hour, but most importantly it's great to have the boys back home. The next 15 games are by no means going to lack entertainment. I'm absolutely positive the Canucks are going to put on a show as the Cardiac Canucks, which also in many cases happen to be career year Canucks, are far from done smashing career best, Canucks records and personal best!
  3. With most teams in the NHL you can point to one player on the team who is the face of the franchise. The Capitals belong to Ovechkin, the Penguins belong to Malkin, the Islanders are Tavares' and the Kings are Kopitar's. The list goes on but the point is most teams have one face, one super star that either makes or breaks the team based on how they play. With that concept in mind, these Canucks once were Luongos. The face of the 2006-07 franchise-record-49-Win Canucks, was Luongo. He won his first career playoff series single-handedly, and lost his second career playoff series single-handedly. Since then this team has evolved around a core group of players that are a combination of to tier forwards, rock solid blue liners, a passionate goalie and a desire to win. That being said, this season has exemplified one thing in particular: The Canucks don't have one leader, they play as a team. This year's Canucks define exactly what a team should be and that's been the story all year. I can remember just how many times over the years I've said, "We need secondary scoring, the top lines are in a slump", and the Canucks haven't had the depth or talent to pull it off. When you look at this year's team, secondary scoring was at one point the only reason we didn't tank. Through the Canucks injury problems all year, through the slumps, and the highs and lows, there has always been someone to step in and take over. In one particular game it was Ryan Johnson and Tanner Glass against the Avalanche resulting in Johnson's first multi-point game of his career, in another it was Mason Raymond who decided to go on a streak. When the Sedins came back and the Canucks needed to turn things around Burrows took over, but post Olympics it's been Kesler who's carried the team. With the Sedins in a pre-Olympic slump as a result of a snubbing Samuelsson has stepped his game up. What's even more impressive is that Samuelsson has stepped his game up during the Canucks most critical point in the season. Between Henrik's offensive outburst, Burrows' nose for the net, Samuelsson's response to the snub, Raymond's breakout year and Kesler's ascent to the next tier of forwards, it's no surprise that this team doesn't have one singular face. This team has learned to find a way to win. What's more important, and most important is they've found a way to win without having to rely on Luongo to perform near miracles on an almost nightly basis. The Canucks chemistry is at an all time high and with the number of players having career years what makes this year's edition of the Vancouver Canucks unique is their ability to step up individually and carry this team when it needs someone to take the reigns. The most perfect example was Samuelsson and his second period hat trick against the Avalanche, but in the streaks various different Canucks players have thrown together it's clear that when there is a hole in the offense or defense someone steps up. On a blue line that has struggled from the get go and had to give more responsibility to the likes of everyone's favourite Canuck Shane O'Brien, Christian Ehrhoff has come in and stepped up. The German Olympian who is having an outstanding year on the blue line has scored key goals for the Canucks on several occasions this season. Heck, even O'Brien has buttoned down and become a responsible defenceman. While he might have the odd defensive breakdown, he's strayed from racking up the penalty minutes and he's stepped up to the increased responsibility as the Canucks infirmary tries to spit players out as fast as they come in. This year's Canucks are not defined by one player but by many. They're not defined by one success story, and the story around this year's team has not been about individuals. It's been about a team that's had to come together over the adversity of injury, the obstacle of the NHL's longest road trip, and the sportsmanship of a game which saw players go from teammates to rivals and back to teammates in the span of two weeks. This year's Canucks are defined by their city, their fans, and their desire to win. This year's Canucks are defined by a coach that's on the verge of being a miracle worker, and players that buy into the team picture. This year's Canucks are defined by players that step up when they have to, not when they're called out to. This year's Canucks define what it means to be a team.
  4. The comeback kids have done it again. The Canucks now lead the league with their 10th 3rd period come from behind win after Samuelsson's 2nd period hat trick helped them stage a 6-4 win in a big NW division tilt. It's reached a stage where the Canucks level of confidence is so high that they can give up the first goal in nearly every game, they can give up a multi goal lead, and still fight back. The first time around you could argue that maybe it's a fluke, and while I'm not suggesting that this is some sort of strategy, it's certainly something that doesn't phase them. After overcoming two 3-goal deficits in the game to win 6-4 and stun the Avalanche at the Pepsi Center, a lot of people get completely caught up in the win and neglect to look at the most important part of the game which isn't the comeback so much as it is the start. The Sedins are coming alive at the right time (if their play in the last few games is any indication of comeback) but Luongo's play has to be addressed. It's alright to let in one soft goal here or there, the best goalies do it at the worst of times. Luongo however seems to be making it a habit though. The worst part is although he's coughing up early leads, because the Canucks are coming back his shoddy first period play is going unnoticed. While I agree with Vigneault when he says "You never critique a win" you can't give Luongo a free pass. Luongo allowed more than one soft goal today and you can't blame the defense as much as we've started to do. He's paid the big dollars to put up the big saves. Of course many people will point to his stellar saves in the second and third period, but the bottom line is those don't mean a thing if the Canucks aren't still in the game, and his weak goaltending in the first detracts from just how well he played in that second and third period. At this point in the season the Canucks need their highest paid players to be their best players. That goes without saying regardless of the roster station, but becomes even more important based on the current blue line injuries. The Sedins have definitely turned their game back on with their play in the last few games and Luongo really needs to shut down. This stretch drive is the tune up for the playoffs. Teams don't blow three goal leads in the playoffs and the Canucks can't expect to play the comeback game when the second season starts. With one more game on the Canucks road trip, heading home is going to be a nice change. Raycroft's been fantastic for the Canucks on this road trip so going into tomorrow night the Canucks should be able to ride the momentum from this game to start well against a Coyotes team that is as tough as any team in the West. Luongo better use the night off to get his head together because he's been shaky in first periods since coming back from the Olympics and if he's not giving the Canucks a chance to win every night the Canucks have bigger fish to fry.
  5. (You can view the original post with videos here). The Canucks have been one of the league's hottest teams recently, led in particular by stellar play from the Sedin twins and <b>Alex Burrows</b>. <b>Henrik Sedin</b> <a href="http://canuckscorner.com/2010/01/08/king-henrik/">continues to make his case</a> as a <a href="http://canuckshockeyblog.com/?p=2613">Hart Trophy candidate</a>, and the team's also getting extremely solid performances from the likes of <b>Christian Ehrhoff</b> and <b>Alex Edler</b> despite <a href="http://canuckpuck.com/2010/01/25/droppinglikeflies/">an injury-plagued defensive corps</a>. When things are going this well, teams just seem to find a way to win; despite falliing behind 3-0 to the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first period of the first game of a brutal road trip Saturday and pulling <b>Roberto Luongo</b>, the Canucks <a href="http://www.nucksmisconduct.com/2010/1/31/1285563/sunday-morning-coffee-the-comeback">clawed their way back</a> with <b>Andrew Raycroft</b> in net, preventing Toronto from scoring another goal and notching five straight goals of their own en route to their seventh consecutive victory. Those kinds of hot streaks can't last forever, though. Four out of those seven wins were by one goal, and there were signs of weakness even in the lopsided victories. The NHL has enough parity and a long enough season that most games can go either way, depending on a few bounces. You can't just go through the schedule checking off the teams below you in the standings as guaranteed victories; in fact, as I <a href="http://canuckpuck.com/2009/12/10/prey/">wrote earlier this season</a>, one of the Canucks' frequent issues has been been competing hard against the lesser teams. The Montreal Canadiens aren't an awful team, as their 58 points currently have them in playoff position, but they are 12 points behind the Canucks and it's hard to argue that their roster possesses more talent. Still, <a href="http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=515992&amp;navid=DL|VAN|home">Tuesday's game</a> showed that standings and individual skills don't always make the difference. The Canucks played reasonably well and launched a season-high 47 shots at the Habs' net, but <b>Jaroslav Halak</b> did an excellent job in goal for Montreal, the Canadiens got a few bounces and the Canucks made some mistakes. In the end, that was enough to give the Habs <a href="http://www.nucksmisconduct.com/2010/2/3/1290897/wednesday-morning-coffee-the">a 3-2 victory</a>. That doesn't mean there's anything particularly wrong with how the Canucks are playing, though. Sure, there are a few issues here and there, such as the lack of secondary scoring, the <a href="http://canucksarmy.com/2010/2/3/help-wanted-3rd-line">poor performance by the third line</a> and the amount of injuries they're dealing with. There's always tweaking that can be done, even when you're winning, and this loss will hopefully be a reminder that they can't take anyone lightly. However, the Canucks are doing a lot of things right at the moment; they're leading the Northwest Division with 70 points, they're 7-3-0 in their last 10 games and they have perhaps the best forward line in the league. Above all else, they need to <a href="http://canuckpuck.com/2009/10/27/staying-medium/">stay medium</a> and not get too wrapped up in individual wins and losses. There are a lot of games left, and this massive road trip will test them, but things aren't all that gloomy. It's a long way to the top, but these boys can rock and roll.
  6. <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/11/nov1709_chbsmall_smallt.jpg" class="imageFloatLeftFramed">Two is better than one. That applies to most things in life and the Sedins have certainly proved that as of late. I've always known the Sedins were good. Anytime a player can produce at a point per game rate for the regular season and the playoffs, play in over 300 straight games, and lead your team be it at the NHL level or the international level you know he's good. In the case of the Sedins you know they're good. With that in mind though, I had no idea how much this team relied on the two of them as a unit and how crucial that unit was to the functioning of this team. While Daniel was out of the lineup Henrik continued to produce at a point per game pace, in fact at one point in 17 games missed by Daniel Henrik had 17 points. However, Henrik was a one man show and that showed in the increase of his goal total as the center that's known for his playmaking, started to find the back of the net. When the Sedins are out there as a unit they not only control the play, they dominate it. They also seem to have a much bigger effect on the whole team than I thought previously possible. It may have been his return was coincidentally timed with the team's resurgence as they begun to find their game, but I beg to differ. Daniel's return was the sole reason Alexandre Burrows' play was turned around. Burrows was on the verge of finding a permanent spot back on the 3rd line until Daniel returned. The Sedins need a trigger man and Burrows is that guy. Daniel's return has also seen a shift in the way AV's been playing the lines. While Daniel was out of the lineup, the games towards the end of his recovery saw a lot of playing time given to the checking lines. The 3rd and 4th line got so much playing time Tanner Glass started scoring and Johnson had a 3 assist night. The Sedins work so well on the first line and their play complement the second line's speed to form the perfect one two punch. Since Daniel returned the Sedin line hasn't had nights where they've looked invisible, and our offensive lines have regained that ability to control and dominate the offensive zone. I knew the Sedins were good. I knew they were point per game good. I didn't know that as a unit they were so important to keeping this team's offense together. Daniel's return has proven just how much this team needs both the twins together. Other team mates that have chemistry complement each other's individual play. The difference with the Sedins is that their play complements the team. There's a reason that the Canucks record when both twins score a point is 182-59-25. There was a lot of talk about whether or not the Sedins can take their game to the next level and reach the 90-100 point level. Daniel's not likely to get there this season, but if Henrik continues his iron man streak of games through the end of the season he could get there. He's already averaging over a point per game and doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/11/nov1709_mozy_small.jpg" class="imageFloatLeftFramed">Richard Loat writes for Canucks Hockey Blog and is a fan of the underdog – first Bryan Allen, then Alex Burrows, and now Jannik Hansen. His passion for the Canucks led to the Canucks Hockey Blog and a lot of #Canucks tweets on his Twitter account.
  7. <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/11/nov1709_chbsmall_smallt.jpg" class="imageFloatLeftFramed">With Daniel Sedin out, Henrik has found a way to keep up his point per game play, something that people didn't think he was capable of. For their entire careers the Sedins had played together, and rarely missing a game, no one really knew just how talented the twins were individually. In 17 games without his brother Daniel on his wing, Henrik Sedin has had 17 points, capped with a hat trick night against the Avalanche. While Henrik has struggled without his brother, there's been a positive side to his time with different line mates. Henrik's biggest struggles have been in the face-off dot, but when you look at the numbers that have come out of his time away from Daniel the Canucks are going to come out on top when Daniel returns to the line up. One of the biggest criticisms of Henrik was his pass first mentality. <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/11/nov1709_sedin2_t.jpg" class="imageFloatRightFramed">Since Daniel went down, Henrik's had to adapt his style of play and start shooting more and it's finally paying dividends. The perfect example was his hat trick goal against the Avalanche. He was wide open at the side at the net, and in year's gone by we've seen him wide open in similar fashion, and he's elected to pass. He's starting to shoot more, he's starting to go to the net, and without the cycle, we're starting to see some of the real talent Henrik Sedin possesses. Most importantly, he's proved to us that he doesn't need his brother to continue being a point per game player. With Daniel's return, what happens to Henrik's play? Does he go back to his pass first mentality since his brother will be there to do all the shooting? Daniel needs someone to set him up. Anyone can set him up, and he can find the back of the net. That's why he's led the Canucks in goals the last couple of seasons. With that in mind, the Canucks could use another player with a shoot first mentality and now would be the perfect time to experiment with splitting up the Sedins. <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/10/skate_with_canucks_pic1_t.jpg" class="imageFloatLeftFramed">With Daniel's return, I'd be interested to see how the team would fare if Henrik started and centered the first line with Samuelsson and Burrows, while Daniel joined Raymond and Kesler. It's a gamble worth a try, and with the way Henrik's found his own, certainly if there was any time to try this, now would be the time. The only downside to the gamble is if it pays off Burrows would likely resume his spot on the 3rd line. It's clear that Burrows just isn't the player he was last year without both the Sedins to play with. If splitting the Sedins results in more goals for this team, for the time being I'd certainly entertain the two on separate lines. Even if Daniel returns and joins his brother Henrik, the Canucks are going to come out on top because this time apart has shown Henrik that he doesn't always have to pass the puck. Why have one offensive-minded, shoot-first twin, when you can have two? <img src="http://cdn.nhl.com/canucks/images/upload/2009/11/nov1709_mozy_small.jpg" class="imageFloatLeftFramed">Mozy is a fan of the underdog – first Bryan Allen, then Alex Burrows, and now Jannik Hansen. His passion for the Canucks led to the Canucks Hockey Blog and a lot of #Canucks tweets on his Twitter account.
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