Goat James Posted November 22, 2015 Share Posted November 22, 2015 There has been som talk around here that Benning and Linden should make the "smart" move and get rid of the Sedins while their value is high. If would like to inform you that such a thing would be disrespectful towards the most classy and best hockey players this organization has ever seen. They'be been Canucks for 14 years and have never complained about anything. They've been great role models, always worked hard and given their all for the team. Henrik has been the captain for six years and the Sedins have been the team's scoring leaders every season since the 06/07 season. They're the only players with 900 career Canucks points and it's only a matter of time until they're going to hold the record of most games played. The two of them are 35 years old, but they are still relyed upon to be the offensive leaders on the team. If the Sedins don't score then the Canucks don't win. Period. If the Sedins score then the Canucks might not win, but there's a chance. They've expressed how they wish to end their careers as Canucks countless of times, and in my mind it would be a slap in the face to not grant them that wish. TL;DR the Sedins are awesome, enjoy them while it lasts, because who knows if we'll ever get to see players like them again. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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