The San Jose Sharks started to do a better job of limiting the Sedin brothers last season, and they know that's critical against the Vancouver Canucks.
The Sharks held the Sedins without a point earlier this year, and these teams meet again Tuesday night in Vancouver - where San Jose has failed to win in regulation in its last eight visits including the postseason.
Vancouver (11-6-4) is 10-2-2 in this series - including a five-game victory in the 2011 Western Conference finals - since the start of 2010-11. In that season, Henrik Sedin had 17 points in nine matchups and Daniel Sedin finished with 12.
All four meetings in 2011-12 were decided by one goal, with the Canucks going 3-0-1. However, Henrik Sedin had just one goal and one assist while Daniel's goal accounted for his lone point.
Neither brother had a point as San Jose (10-6-4) took the first meeting this season, 4-1 on Jan. 27. The Canucks were 0 for 7 on the power play.
That victory was part of San Jose's franchise-reco...