Daniel Sedin RUMORS & NEWS

  • Daniel Sedin back in against Sabres but Burrows out; Kesler a game-time decision

    Vancouver Sun "Daniel Sedin is in, Alex Burrows is out and Ryan Kesler will be a game-time decision for the Vancouver Canucks as they return to the ice today against the NHL bottom-feeding Buffalo Sabres. Daniel's return from a hamstring injury suffered three weeks ago coincides with Burrows's departure from..." March 23

  • Daniel Sedin out indefinitely with lower-body injury

    NHL.com "Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury he sustained Sunday in the 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic. General manager Mike Gillis said Tuesday he did not know when Sedin would be able to return. Gillis was speaking while also addressing the..." March 05

  • 180d
    Renaud Lavoie @LavoieRenaud

    Daniel Sedin (left leg) could be out for a minimum of 3 weeks. #canucks #tvasports

  • 180d
    TEAM Radio @TEAM1040

    Daniel Sedin is done for the day (as per #TEAM1040's Rick Ball). Appears to be a lower body injury. #HeritageClassic #Canucks

  • Canucks, Vancouver lucky to have Sedins, hometown discount or not

    Vancouver Sun "It’s probably not a stretch to surmise that one of the things the Vancouver Canucks were eager to learn, when GM Mike Gillis interviewed candidates for the head coaching job over the summer, was what outsiders thought of the team. No one knows exactly what opinion the successful applicant gave,..." November 02

  • Canucks re-sign Sedin twins to four year extension

    TSN.ca "Daniel and Henrik Sedin have avoided free agency at season's end, with each signing a four-year, $28 million contract extension with the Vancouver Canucks. The brothers will earn an average of $7 million per season. The deal will see the 33-year-old Swedish twins remain in a Canucks uniform..." November 01

  • Sedins' super October might boost value of contracts

    Vancouver Sun "Daniel and Henrik Sedin are off to superb starts to the 2013-14 NHL season, once again raising the subject of their expiring contracts and the fact they stand to become unrestricted free agents next July 1. Their agent, J.P. Barry, was in Vancouver on Monday and met with the twins following the..." October 31

  • Sedins still waiting for new deal

    Vancouver Sun "Daniel and Henrik Sedin are off to superb starts to the 2013-14 NHL season, once again raising the subject of their expiring contracts and the fact they stand to become unrestricted free agents next July 1. Their agent, J.P. Barry, was in Vancouver on Monday and met with the twins following the..." October 30

  • Kesler, Sedins steal show from Ovi in Canucks 3-2 win over Caps

    Vancouver Province "If there is a hotter line playing right now in the NHL, we’d like to know who or where they are. In a game where Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin looked like he might put his stamp on it early, the Canucks’ line of the Sedin twins and Ryan Kesler simply had too much magic for the..." October 29

  • Sedins say split gives team some ‘spark’

    Vancouver Province "John Tortorella wouldn’t go there because it’s too early to blame the officials. Maybe a hint though. While the Vancouver Canucks coach is being rightfully lauded for again splitting up Henrik and Daniel Sedin — leading to the tying and winning goals Tuesday in Philadelphia — his ability to..." October 17

  • Sedins impressing Canucks coach Tortorella

    Vancouver Province "Of all the roster decisions he must still make and habits his players must still break John Tortorella knew this much with the regular-season opener looming: The grind and pace he’s preaching to forge an identity for the Vancouver Canucks has been easier to achieve because his best players have..." October 02

  • Sedins can’t be everything to everybody

    Vancouver Province "We all know why the Sedins are at least saying they are keen to kill penalties and take more defensive zone faceoffs this season and it’s all for the right reasons. As leaders of the team they are keen to set the right tone with the new coach to get in line with what he wants to do and get the..." September 19

  • Sedins aim to be complete players

    Vancouver Province "For years many believed the Sedin twins got their way with their last head coach. But that can’t be. They weren’t killing penalties. It all seems a little screwy at first. While winning twin Art Ross Trophies and pumping out points the way Breaking Bad produces intensity the twins were..." September 18

  • Daniel Sedin's goal is simple: more goals

    Vancouver Sun "Like fellow Vancouver Canuck forward Ryan Kesler Daniel Sedin is held to the high standard he reached in 2010-11 when he scored 41 goals and had 104 points. And just like Kesler Daniel insists his best years are not behind him and hopes to prove it by adopting more of a shoot-first mentality..." September 16

  • Will the Sedins retire in Vancouver?

    The Hockey News "Roberto Luongo faces an uncertain future with the Vancouver Canucks but Henrik and Daniel Sedin hope to stick around for a while. The twins are eligible for unrestricted free agency next summer but Henrik recently told the Vancouver Sun's Iain MacIntyre they've started contract extension talks..." August 30

  • Sedins want to re-sign, stay and win — cue the cheers and boos

    Vancouver Sun "Given the age and ability of the players whose contracts are expiring the cycle of the team and all that has happened in Vancouver the last year we naturally wonder if the relationship will soon end between Henrik and Daniel Sedin and the Canucks. Not because the National Hockey League team..." August 28

  • Report: Canucks, Sedins to start contract talks ‘in earnest’

    Pro Hockey Talk "The next week should prove interesting for Vancouver and the Sedin twins. According to a Sportsnet report JP Barry — the agent representing Daniel and Henrik Sedin — will head to Vancouver to begin contract talks ‘in earnest’ with Vancouver GM Mike Gillis. That said the Canucks captain..." August 22

  • No extension talks yet for Sedins, Canucks

    Sportsnet.ca "Vancouver Canucks forwards Daniel and Henrik Sedin were in the TEAM1040 studio Monday afternoon with host Matt Sekeres. The twins’ future in Vancouver, the only National Hockey League city in which they’ve played since being drafted in 1999, was one of the topics on the table. Question:..." June 11

  • It's time for the Sedins to stand down after standing up for so long

    Vancouver Province "There they were, standing in the dressing room close together as they have always done so courageously throughout their great careers. The Sedin twins were there to answer all the questions you might have about the team's inability to win again. They were facing the music just as they did after..." May 06

  • Vancouver Canucks icon Markus Naslund wishes Sedin twins could rise to the rescue of Modo

    Vancouver Sun "Markus Naslund could really use Henrik Sedin right about now. Daniel, too, for that matter. But centres are what Naslund desperately needs for his Modo team that is not only winless in its first three games of the Swedish Elite League regular season, but has lost its top two centres to..." September 21

  • Sedin twins share their potential lockout plans

    Pro Hockey Talk "Dennis Bernstein passes along Expressen.se's report that Henrik and Daniel Sedin plan on staying in Vancouver in the event of a lockout – under most circumstances. One possibility that can change things, however, is if the entire season gets canceled. In that case, the Sedin twins have..." August 15

  • Canucks' Sedin twins true hope for Stanley Cup

    Vancouver Province "Mayday! Throughout the month of May, we're taking a look at the Canucks roster, and the organization, every weekday. Today's subjects: Henrik and Daniel Sedin. It's commonly postulated that elite NHL teams have a window of opportunity to win the Stanley Cup, based on the age and makeup of their..." May 09

  • Sedins struggle for signature moment must end for Canucks to win series

    Vancouver Province "There's a reason only three teams in NHL history have managed to scale a three-games-to-none gorge. It's onerous enough to win four in a row during the regular season. That's while munching on cupcakes sprinkled into the schedule. The Canucks did it just twice this year, without counting..." April 22

  • Daniel Sedin's return to Canucks complicates challenge for Kings

    Los Angeles Times "Daniel Sedin's return to the Vancouver Canucks had a doubly detrimental effect for the Kings, denying them a first-round playoff sweep and creating a new threat they must defuse when the series resumes Sunday in Vancouver. The gifted winger's first appearance since suffering a concussion on..." April 21

  • Vancouver Canucks' Daniel Sedin talks … and talks — so he's more than okay

    Vancouver Sun "If there was any further proof needed that Vancouver Canucks star forward Daniel Sedin has recovered from his concussion, it was provided Thursday in the media room at Rogers Arena. For more than 13 minutes, Daniel stood at a podium and answered every question Vancouver hockey journalists could..." April 20

  • Luongo handling situation with class, says Daniel Sedin

    Vancouver Province "Daniel Sedin, like most everyone, was very complimentary of the play of Cory Schneider in Game 4, but he also threw some kudos in the direction of Roberto Luongo – who's been benched the last two games while his backup has been the coach's choice. Sedin said Luongo, the six-year starter, has..." April 20

  • Daniel Sedin against the Kings could save the Canucks

    Vancouver Province "The Vancouver Canucks may not have a White Knight on his way, but they do have a Swedish Art Ross winner. Daniel Sedin flew to Los Angeles on Monday and will skate with the team Tuesday. If, and this is a big if, all goes well, he could be in the lineup for Game 4 of the NHL playoffs, head..." April 17

  • Canucks' challenge more desperate the longer Daniel Sedin sidelined

    Vancouver Sun "A few ears perked up Friday morning when — in answer to a question about star forward Daniel Sedin's progress or lack of same — Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault admitted he has never read the National Hockey League's concussion protocol. Then again, neither had I. So I called the..." April 14

  • Canucks close ranks on Daniel Sedin's condition

    Vancouver Province "This much we know: 1) Daniel Sedin has not suffered a setback. 2) The Vancouver Canucks are following a strict protocol when it comes to Sedin. At least we think we know this, because everyone who was quizzed about the health of D. Sedin on Tuesday eagerly supplied this information in a..." April 11

  • Daniel Sedin secret weapon for Canucks' power play

    Vancouver Province "Ryan Kesler has played the point on the struggling power play and Andrew Ebbett even went to fantasy camp when he centred the second unit. Maybe Daniel Sedin can snap it all back to some sort of effective reality. The expected return of the concussed Vancouver Canucks winger for Game 1 of the..." April 10

  • Duncan Keith gets five games suspension for elbow hit on Daniel Sedin

    Vancouver Province "Duncan Keith received a five-game suspension from the NHL for his elbow to the head of Canucks winger Daniel Sedin, which should allow him to be well rested for the playoffs when the workhorse Chicago Blackhawks former Norrs Trophy winning defenceman returns to the lineup with two regular season..." March 24

  • Duncan Keith suspended five NHL games, but how many will Canucks victim Daniel Sedin serve?

    Vancouver Sun "Duncan Keith got five games. The Vancouver Canucks can only hope Daniel Sedin gets off that lucky. The National Hockey League handed Keith a five-game suspension in a ruling released late Friday afternoon by league disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan. It is punishment for the vicious elbow the..." March 24

  • Even against a Sedin, that's a suspension, Duncan

    Chicago Tribune "Duncan Keith is going to get suspended for drilling Daniel Sedin. Oh, there is a slim chance that NHL Hanging Judge Brendan Shanahan will go easy on a first-time offender, but the more you see Keith deliver that elbow so perfectly and blatantly, there's no chance that Shanahan doesn't send the..." March 23

  • Sedins, Raymond look more like Canucks' third line

    Vancouver Province "Amid the ashes of another demoralizing setback Wednesday, there were smoking embers and a spark of encouragement for the Vancouver Canucks, who have looked confused and even content in dropping four of their last five games. In an effort to ignite the first line by promoting the struggling..." March 16

  • Canucks shuffle lines, put struggling Raymond with struggling Sedins

    Vancouver Province "After getting two days off to regroup after an embarrassing loss to Montreal on Saturday, Canucks players were greeted at practice on Tuesday by two revamped forward lines and a complete shuffle of the defence pairings. That's what happens when teams struggle, and the Canucks have lost three of..." March 14

  • Slumping Sedins concern Canucks coach Vigneault

    Vancouver Province "There was a time recently the Sedins were the very definition of consistency. They didn't record many three- or four-point nights, but they both usually chipped in with a goal or two. Well, Daniel Sedin is now 2-1-3 over his last 10 games. Henrik is 0-2-2 over that same span and hasn't..." March 11

  • Daniel Sedin resolves to solve Canucks' shootout woes

    Vancouver Province "It's a good thing the Canucks have been spending more time on shootouts in practice recently. They've already been in 12 — which ties them for the league-high with New Jersey and is more than the nine they've averaged over the previous three seasons. The results, though, have been mixed...." February 17

  • Symptoms of new dead-puck era unsettling for Canucks

    Vancouver Province "Following Monday night's game against the Phoenix Coyotes — in which the Vancouver Canucks produced six shots on goal between the first and third periods — Daniel Sedin was asked if the NHL is being dragged slowly but surely back to the dead-puck era. He paused for a moment. Dead-puck era, he..." February 15

  • Detroit coach Babcock respects Canucks, Sedins

    Vancouver Province "Like most NHL coaches who grew up in Canada and are working in the U.S., Mike Babcock enjoys the give-and-take with reporters when the Red Wings visit Canadian cities. After going through a workout with a Detroit trainer that would have left one of his players huffing and puffing, the..." February 02

  • Slumping Sedins shoulder burden of Canucks' woes

    Vancouver Province "With Roberto Luongo, you can understand a rather extreme view of how an athlete should deal with the media. "Just don't say anything," he quipped. If you don't get where he's coming from, you just haven't been paying attention. Sometimes he's been to blame, and some-times he hasn't, but..." January 20

  • Sedins 'weren't good enough'

    Vancouver Sun "To win in the National Hockey League, countless coaches have said, your best players have to be your best players. And it doesn't hurt if they're better than the opposition's best players, too. Neither situation occurred Tuesday for the Vancouver Canucks, yet they still managed to beat the..." January 12

  • Hodgson makes plays on fourth line while Sedin, Booth sit out

    Vancouver Province "In a disappointing loss to an inferior team, it was a play that is bound to be enveloped and lost. In the second period, Cody Hodgson went headlong into a corner, came up with the puck. In a flash — and by peeking with a subtle tilt, not turning — he whirled it clean through the middle of the..." December 16

  • Canucks' Sedin machine rolling smoothly again

    Vancouver Province "Here's how you know it's going well for the Vancouver Canucks. Henrik Sedin was making jokes about leading the league in hooking penalties. He has nine. For reference, Christian Ehrhoff led the NHL last year with 10. Head coach Alain Vigneault seemed bemused, too, though he did say he was..." December 13

  • Enforcer takes aim at twin question

    Vancouver Province "Oilers enforcer Darcy Hordichuk remains a big supporter of the Vancouver Canucks. He was at Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final sitting in Mikael Samuelsson's seats. If they had won, he probably would have been with the team for some of the late night celebrations. The ties are still there, more..." October 17

  • Sedins: Targets on twins' backs?

    Vancouver Province "The Canucks are not do-nothings willing to sit back and watch while their best players are abused. It only seems that way. There wasn't a noticeable physical response Monday after Marc Methot became the latest opponent to take liberties with the health and well being of a Sedin. In the..." October 12

  • This new season, Sedin twins plan to stick with the old

    Vancouver Province "hey've won over their peers, Swedish royalty, most fans in North America and back in their homeland, and the statisticians. They've yet to win a Stanley Cup and they hope to change that. What the twins aren't about to change is anything about the way they play. "We prepare the same as we..." October 04

  • Daniel Sedin still haunted by Canucks' Stanley Cup loss

    Vancouver Sun "Upon further review, a whole summer of it, Daniel Sedin says he still wouldn't have punched back at Boston Bruins pest Brad Marchand during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final. It was one of the endearing memories of the Canucks' bitter series defeat, the brash Bruin rookie repeatedly swatting the..." September 01

  • Daniel Sedin realizes that which does not kill you makes you stronger

    Vancouver Province "A self-described "great" summer, short but sweet with beautiful weather back in Sweden, hasn't taken away the pain for Daniel Sedin of falling one game short in last spring's Stanley Cup run. Of course it wouldn't – Sedin still feels the sting of Modo's best-of-five loss in the 1999 Le Mat..." September 01

  • They're Swedish, they're twins but they're no Sedins

    Vancouver Province "They are Swedish twins, intelligent and are better together. But that's about where the similarities should end with the Sedins and the Westerholms. Pathrik Westerholm, a sixth-round Canucks draft pick and his brother, Ponthus, who was undrafted, are at the Canucks development camp for..." July 08

  • Canucks' Daniel Sedin wins Ted Lindsay Award as NHL players' MVP, but comes up short on Hart

    Vancouver Sun "No, Daniel Sedin did not vote for himself. But a lot of his National Hockey League colleagues did, selecting the Vancouver Canuck winger as winner of the Ted Lindsay Award at the annual NHL Awards ceremony Wednesday in Sin City. Sedin beat out fellow finalists Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay and..." June 23

Canucks Forum Top 5

  1. Evander Kane
    Last post: sfgiants1213
  2. Benning's roster re-make 2014 - new era begins
    Last post: sfgiants1213