The Sedins (Henrik & Daniel) are among the class of 2019 Inductees named to the British Columbia Hockey Hall of Fame. The longtime popular members of the NHL Vancouver Canuck join former St Louis Blues Defenceman Barret Jackman as Inductees into the player category.
Henrik and Daniel Sedin each played their entire 17 year NHL careers as members of the Vancouver Canucks, leading the team to 2 Presidents’ Trophy seasons and an appearance in the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. Henrik is the all-time leader in points and games played for the Canucks, and was awarded the Hart (NHL MVP) and Art Ross (NHL Leading Scorer) trophies in 2010. Daniel is the Canucks all-time leading scorer with 393 goals, and also captured an Art Ross Trophy as well as the Ted Lindsay Award (NHL’s Most Outstanding Player) in 2011. Both Daniel and Henrik also won an Olympic Gold medal for Team Sweden at the 2006 Olympics.
Henrik Sedin was Captain of the Canucks from 2010 until his retirement in 2018. Henrik played 1,330 NHL games scoring 240 goals and 830 assists. He was the recipient of many individual awards including The Hart, Art Ross, King Clancy and NHL All Star recognition. He also won Olympic and World Championship Medals for Sweden. He is the Canucks all-time leading points scorer.
Daniel Sedin played 1,306 NHL games scoring 393 goals and 648 assists. Daniel captured Olympic and World Championship Medals with Sweden. He won numerous NHL trophies including The Art Ross, Ted Lindsay Award, King Clancy and NHL All Star honours.