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Red Wings forward Henrik Zetterberg offered a brilliant, if understated, explanation for why it's so hard to contain Henrik and Daniel Sedin, brothers and leading scorers of the Vancouver Canucks. "They've been playing with each other for basically their whole lives," Zetterberg said Tuesday, "so they've got pretty good chemistry."
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During second period action of Wednesday night’s Canucks-Red Wings tilt, Vancouver forward Daniel Sedin pulled off a rather nifty move to dump the puck into the Detroit zone by performing the rarely seen “hockey header.” Sedin executed the move to perfection, meaning that a) he was able to get the puck deep in the Red Wings zone, and b) he didn’t get concussed doing it...
SOCCER IN MY HOCKEY?
Q brings us a NWSportsBeat.com You tube video of the Detroit Red Wings vs. Vancouver Canucks game tonight where Swedish superstar, and one time soccer player Daniel Sedin managed to head a puck into the Red Wings zone tonight, looking like a headed pass on a soccer pitch. He and his brother Henrik Sedin are certainly gifted players...
Wings’ analyst Larry Murphy had a laugh about the move by Sedin.
On Thursday night against the Detroit Red Wings, Daniel Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks inadvertently revolutionized the dump into the zone with, ahem, a heads-up play:
Hey, that's using your head! That's how you get a head in this business. The Canucks are heading in the right direction. Vancouver is always playing head games with its opponents. (C'mon, eight more and...
Red Wings forward Henrik Zetterberg readily admits that even for a slow starter, he was way behind.
As a Bruins fan, I grew to hate the Sedin brothers during last year’s Stanley Cup Finals. Maybe I was annoyed by the Game 7 guarantee Daniel Sedin made or the fact that he refused to stick up for himself while Brad Marchand repeatedly socked him in the face. It could also be the unmatched lameness of the Daniel and Henrik Sedin combo jersey that has turned me into a Sedin-hater...
Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac points out powerful teams in sports cannot dominate games unless they dominate possession of the ball or puck. You must think on the fly. The speed of thought exhibited by the twins Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin is also indispensable as it allows them to maintain an air of unpredictability. We Canucks fans call it The Art of Sedinery.
Free NHL Betting Odds & Picks on the Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks Monday night matchup. The Canucks are -200 road favorites. The over/under is set at 5.5. Vancouver loses to the bad teams and beats the better ones – Minnesota is one of the better ones! The offense is clicking. Daniel Sedin has 4 goals in his last five contests, brother Henrik Sedin has 6 assists over that same span.
Canucks insider Kevin Vanstone breaks down the Game 33 matchup between the Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks. A 4-0 Vancouver win. Daniel Sedin made three amazing passes, setting up power play goals by Henrik Sedin and Ryan Kesler, and another at even strength by Alex Burrows. The 3 stars were Robert Luongo, Henrik Sedin, and Daniel Sedin. Luongo got the win for the Canucks.
Did you miss the Minnesota Wild vs. Vancouver Canucks game last night Rogers Arena? We’ve got the highlights for you. A nice 4-0 Vancouver win. Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin combined for six points and Roberto Luongo made 33 saves. Ryan Kesler doubled the lead midway through the second. Niklas Backstrom made 29 saves for Minnesota.
Daniel Sedin, I don't know who you are, but I am impressed with your ingenuity with the art of passing.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Whether it’s comparing the Sedin twins to Henrik Zetterberg and Johan Franzen or Ryan Kesler to Pavel Datsyuk, the similarities betwee...
No. 1 Star: Daniel Sedin, Vancouver Canucks
Showing no ill effects from the 12-day road trip from which they recently returned, the Sedins picked apart their second opponent in a row with their creepy twin wizard powers, orchestrating 3 goals in Vancouver's 4-0 win over the Minnesota Wild. Henrik Sedin had 1 goal and 2 assists, but Daniel wins top spot on the countdown with...
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Minnesota Wild. Roberto Luongo quietly picked up his first shutout of the year Mike Yeo had the neutral zone clogged all night long. That didn't stop Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, and Alex Burrows from being AMAZING. Cody Hodgson and Jannik Hansen were special too.
Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac weighs in with a humorous piece on the Canucks injury report. Let’s examine the further potential for player knocks as Sports Action could do with proposing a new line of Injury bets. We have seen Chris Higgins and his staphylococcus foot infection, a David Booth knee injury, and a Cody Hodgson rung bell, now a Daniel Sedin stiff back...