Jonathan Canuck Posted July 25, 2013 Share Posted July 25, 2013 The Stat Lines Daniel Sedin 758 pts in 906 GP Art Ross Trophy - 2011 Ted Lindsay Award - 2011 Henrik Sedin 792 pts in 940 GP Hart Memorial Trophy - 2010 Art Ross Trophy - 2010 The Topic In lieu of Pavel Bure's jersey retirement announcement, I began to think of who may be next in line for the organization. If the Sedins were to retire today, they would go out as #1 and #2 on the franchise's all-time scoring list. Numbers 3, 4 and 5? Naslund, Linden and Smyl. So lets just assume that 22 & 33 will be hanging up there one day. At 32 years old (33 at the season's start in October), the twins still have at least a few more high quality seasons left in them. So my question is this: What do Daniel & Henrik Sedin have to do to become Hockey Hall of Famers? Is it as easy as a couple hundred more points and an (elusive) Stanley Cup? Or are they miles away? Or, by chance, do you feel they are already potential HOFers? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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