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Henrik Sedin in 2009.
Born September 26, 1980 (1980-09-26) (age 29),
Örnsköldsvik, SWE
Height
Weight
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
183 lb (83 kg; 13 st 1 lb)
Position Centre
Shoots Left
NHL team Vancouver Canucks
Ntl. team  Sweden
NHL Draft 3rd overall, 1999
Vancouver Canucks
Playing career 2000 – present

Henrik "Hank" Sedin (born September 26, 1980) is a Swedish professional ice hockey centre and alternate captain with the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL). His identical twin brother Daniel also plays for the Canucks. Throughout their career, Henrik and Daniel have played together in Vancouver, as well as in Modo of the Elitserien, and are known for the effective way in which they play off one another. Henrik, gifted as a passer, is known as the playmaker, and Daniel the scorer.

Henrik began his career in the Swedish Elitserien with Modo Hockey, winning the Golden Puck as Swedish player of the year in 1999 as a co-recipient with Daniel. Selected third overall by the Canucks in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft, Henrik has spent his entire NHL career in Vancouver and has led the team in scoring once in 2007–08. In 2009–10, he became the all-time franchise leader in assists, passing Trevor Linden.[1] Internationally, Henrik competes for Sweden and has won a gold medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, as well as two bronze medals at the 1999 and 2001 World Championships.

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Early life

Henrik was born on September 26, 1980, in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, six minutes before his identical twin brother, Daniel Sedin.[2] He also has two older brothers, Stefan and Peter. His father, Tommy, is a school vice principal and also played for Modo Hockey in the 1960s, while his mother, Tora, is a nurse.[2] Henrik began playing organized hockey with Daniel at eight-years-old.[3] They did not regularly play on the same line together until Daniel switched from center to the wing at 14.[2] Henrik and Daniel both attended high school at Nolaskolan Gymnasium in Sweden while playing professionally for Modo Hockey.[2]

Playing career

Modo Hockey (1997–2000)

Henrik began his professional career with Daniel in 1997–98 for Modo Hockey of the Swedish Elite League as a 16-year-old. In their second year with Modo, Henrik and Daniel led a team that included future NHLers Samuel Påhlsson and František Kaberle in scoring — Henrik tied for second with Påhlsson.[4]

As a result of their successful 1998–99 season in Sweden, the Sedins were considered top prospects for the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. They were ranked first and second among European prospects[5] with expectations for each of them to go in the top five.[2] In September 1998, the Sedins' agent, Mike Barnett, president of international talent agency IMG, had formally presented them with two options to circumvent the usual NHL draft process in order to play on the same NHL team together.[2] The first option was to enter the 1999 draft and not sign with their respective NHL clubs within two years to become unrestricted free agents. However, their prospective eligibility as unrestricted free agents required playing junior in North America following their draft, which was not their intention.[2] Alternatively, Barnett suggested that either Henrik or Daniel opt-out of the 1999 draft and hope that the same team can selected both players by that route.[2] In regards to the likelihood of the Sedin twins being drafted by separate teams, Vancouver Canucks scout Thomas Gradin commented "They're good enough to play with anyone, but separately their capacity might decrease by 10 or 15 percent."[2] Nevertheless, Henrik and Daniel both entered the 1999 draft with the expectation of being selected separately.[3] However, through a series of transactions,[notes 1] Vancouver Canucks general manager Brian Burke obtained the second and third overall picks in order to select Daniel and Henrik, respectively. Gradin notified them five minutes before the draft of the Canucks intentions.[3]

A month following the draft, Henrik and Daniel were signed by the Canucks to three-year contracts on July 27, 1999.[6] They subsequently returned to Sweden to play one more season with Modo. Henrik led the team in scoring with 47 points in 50 games, two points ahead of Daniel.[7]

Sedin scores against Evgeni Nabokov in 2007.

Vancouver Canucks (2000–present)

In 2000–01, Henrik played his first season for the Canucks, tallying 29 points – second among team rookies to Daniel's 34 points. In the following two seasons, he improved to 36- and 39-point campaigns. After his third NHL season, Henrik was re-signed, along with Daniel to a one-year, $1.125 million contract on July 29, 2003.[8] He once again increased his points total to 42 in 2003–04 and was re-signed in the off-season to a one-year contract on September 10, 2004.[9]

Due to the 2004–05 lockout, Henrik returned to Sweden to play again for Modo, along with Daniel and Canucks teammate Markus Näslund. He received a slash during a game against Mora IK on November 20, 2004, that required a minor amputation to his left little finger.[10] He finished his return season with Modo with 36 points in 44 games. As NHL play resumed in 2005–06, Henrik emerged with 75 points, finishing second in team scoring behind Näslund.[11] Henrik's breakout season was sparked, in part, by the acquisition of winger Anson Carter, who played on Henrik and Daniel's line and led the team in goal-scoring. The trio matched the scoring pace of the Canucks' top line of Näslund, Todd Bertuzzi and Brendan Morrison. That off-season, Daniel and Henrik re-signed with the Canucks to identical three-year, $10.75 million contracts on June 30, 2006.[12] Despite their success with Carter, he was not re-signed by the Canucks and joined the Carolina Hurricanes the following season.[13]

Henrik Sedin with teammate Jannik Hansen in 2009.

The following season, in 2006–07, Henrik established himself as the Canucks' top-line center. Winger Taylor Pyatt, who had been acquired in a trade from the Buffalo Sabres in the off-season, replaced Carter as the Sedins' linemate[14] and went on notch a career-high 23 goals. For the fifth straight season since his rookie campaign, Henrik also recorded a personal best with 81 points and set a new Canucks record for assists in one season with 71 (previously set by André Boudrias in 1974–75). Henrik passed Boudrias on March 25, 2007, with a three-assist effort in a 5–4 loss to the Colorado Avalanche.[15] In the opening game of the 2007 playoffs against the Dallas Stars, Henrik scored the game-winning, quadruple-overtime goal to end the sixth longest game in NHL history, as well as the longest game in Canucks history, after 138:06 minutes.[16] Henrik struggled to produce offensively in a career-high 12 games in the playoffs, however, managing four points as the Canucks were eliminated by the Anaheim Ducks in the second round.

In 2007–08, Henrik was selected to play in the 2008 All-Star Game, the first appearance of his career, and recorded two assists against the East.[17] He completed the season as the Canucks' leading scorer with 76 points, earning the team's Cyrus H. McLean Trophy. Henrik's 61 assists ranked fourth overall in the league for the second consecutive season.

The following season, Henrik notched a career-high 22 goals and 82 points. In another trade with the Sabres to establish a linemate for the Sedins, Steve Bernier had been acquired in the 2008 off-season. He began the season on the top line with the Sedins,[18] but was later taken off.[19] Shortly after the 2009 All-Star break, head coach Alain Vigneault moved Alexandre Burrows up from the third line during a game against the Phoenix Coyotes on February 12, 2009.[20] After recording 19 points and three game-winning goals during March, Henrik was named the NHL's second star of the month.[21]

Henrik faces off against Saku Koivu of the Anaheim Ducks in December 2009.

Set to become unrestricted free agents on July 1, 2009, Daniel and Henrik began negotiating with the Canucks in the off-season, initially asking for reported 12-year, $63 million contracts in mid-July.[22] With free agency looming, Canucks general manager Mike Gillis travelled to Sweden to visit Daniel and Henrik, where they agreed on identical five-year, $30.5 million contracts on July 1.[23] On September 30, it was announced that Henrik was named as one of the Canucks' three alternate captains, replacing defenceman Mattias Ohlund, who had signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the off-season.[24]

Four games into the 2009–10 season, Daniel suffered the first major injury of his career, breaking his foot in a game against the Montreal Canadiens. Daniel was subsequently sidelined for 19 games,[25] marking the first instance in Henrik's career that he played without his brother for an extended period of time. In Daniel's absence, however, Henrik got off to a high-scoring start to the season. On November 14, 2009, he notched his first NHL career hat trick in an 8–2 win against the Colorado Avalanche.[26] Leading up to Daniel's return on November 22, Henrik reeled off seven goals in seven games.[25] He continued his pace into December, recording a league-leading 25 points (five goals, 20 assists) in 15 games to be named the NHL's First Star of the Month.[27] On January 7, 2010, Henrik moved into top spot in the league scoring race past San Jose Sharks centre Joe Thornton with a three-assist night against the Phoenix Coyotes. It marked the first time in nearly five years that a Canucks player held the league-lead in point-scoring since Näslund was tied with Robert Lang on February 18, 2004.[28] During a 3–1 win against the Calgary Flames on March 14, Henrik recorded his 416th career assist to pass Trevor Linden as the franchise's all-time leader in assists.[1]

International play

Medal record
Competitor for  Sweden
Ice hockey
Winter Olympics
Gold 2006 Turin
World Championships
Bronze 2001 Germany
Bronze 1999 Norway
European Junior Championships
Gold 1998

Henrik competed for Sweden at the 1998 European Junior Championships. The final game of the tournament required Sweden to beat Russia by four goals in order to surpass Finland in goal differential and win the gold medal. Henrik recorded a goal and an assist against Russia as Sweden won 5–1.[2] In his NHL draft year, Henrik competed for Sweden at the 1999 World Junior Championships in Winnipeg. He recorded 9 points in 6 games, fifth in tournament scoring and second in team scoring to brother Daniel, as Sweden failed to medal. Later that year, Henrik also made his senior international debut for Sweden at the 1999 World Championships, where he earned a bronze medal.

The next year, in 2000, Henrik once again competed in both the World Junior Championships and World Championships. Playing as tournament host at the junior tournament, Henrik improved to a tournament-leading 13 points in 7 games, but failed to earn a medal with Sweden once more. At the World Championships, Henrik recorded 5 points after being held pointless the previous year, but did not medal.

Following his rookie season with the Vancouver Canucks, Henrik made his third World Championships appearance in 2001 and helped Sweden to a second bronze medal in three years. He made a fourth tournament appearance in the 2005 World Championships, recording 6 points in 9 games.

The following year, Henrik was named to his first Winter Olympics in Turin. He contributed 4 points as Sweden won a gold medal, defeating Finland in an all-Scandinavian final.

Personal life

In the summer of 2007,[citation needed] Henrik married his longtime girlfriend, Johanna.[29] They have a son, Valter, who was born in Vancouver.[29] In March 2010, Henrik and Johanna made a joint $1.5 million donation with Daniel Sedin and his wife Marinette to BC Children's Hospital. The donation contributed to the medical facility's $200-million project to build a new hospital; the two families requested that it be specifically put towards a pediatric intensive-care unit and a diagnostic imaging area. Henrik commented that it was something he and his wife had wanted to do since Valter was born.[29]

Career statistics

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1997–98 Modo Hockey SEL 39 1 4 5 8 7 0 0 0 0
1998–99 Modo Hockey SEL 49 12 22 34 32 13 2 8 10 6
1999–00 Modo Hockey SEL 50 9 38 47 22 13 5 9 14 2
2000–01 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 9 20 29 38 4 0 4 4 0
2001–02 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 16 20 36 36 6 3 0 3 0
2002–03 Vancouver Canucks NHL 78 8 31 39 38 14 3 2 5 8
2003–04 Vancouver Canucks NHL 76 11 31 42 32 7 2 2 4 2
2004–05 Modo Hockey SEL 44 14 22 36 50 6 1 3 4 6
2005–06 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 18 57 75 56
2006–07 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 10 71 81 66 12 2 2 4 14
2007–08 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 15 61 76 56
2008–09 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 22 60 82 48 10 4 6 10 2
NHL totals 646 109 351 460 370 53 14 16 30 26

International

Year Team Comp   GP G A Pts PIM
1999 Sweden WJC 6 3 6 9 12
1999 Sweden WC 8 0 0 0 4
2000 Sweden WJC 7 4 9 13 0
2000 Sweden WC 7 2 3 5 6
2001 Sweden WC 9 1 0 1 0
2005 Sweden WC 9 2 4 6 7
2006 Sweden Oly 8 3 1 4 2
Junior int'l totals 13 7 15 22 12
Senior int'l totals 41 8 8 16 19

Awards

Records

Transactions

  • June 26, 1999 - Drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round, third overall, in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft
  • July 27, 1999 - Signed with the Canucks to a three-year contract[6]
  • July 29, 2003 - Re-signed with the Canucks to a one-year, $1.125 million contract[8]
  • September 10, 2004 - Re-signed with the Canucks to a one-year contract[9]
  • June 30, 2006 - Re-signed with the Canucks to a three-year, $10.75 million contract[12]
  • July 1, 2009 - Re-signed with the Canucks to a five-year, $30.5 million contract[23]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The Canucks already possessed the third overall pick; they acquired the Chicago Blackhawks' fourth overall pick in exchange for Bryan McCabe and Vancouver's first-round pick in 2000 or 2001; acquired the Tampa Bay Lightning's first overall pick for the fourth, 75th and 88th overall picks; acquired the Atlanta Thrashers' second overall pick for the first overall pick and a conditional third-round choice in 2000.

References

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Michael Farber (1998-12-21). "Mirror, mirror". Sports Illustrated. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1014834/index.htm. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  3. ^ a b c David Amber (2006-12-01). "Sedins debate pucks, bad habits, Mrs. Tiger Woods". ESPN. http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/columns/story?columnist=amber_david&id=2679145. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  4. ^ "1998-99 Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik [SEL"]. Hockeydb. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/teams/0014321999.html. Retrieved 2009-01-20. 
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  9. ^ a b "Canucks re-up Sedins, Auld". USA Today. 2004-09-10. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/2004-09-10-roundup_x.htm. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  10. ^ "Henrik Sedin tvingades amputera bit av finger". Sveriges Television. 2004-11-23. http://svt.se/2.19710/1.289737/utskriftsvanligt_format. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
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  13. ^ "Blue Jackets sign ex-Canucks Carter to one-year deal". ESPN. 2006-09-13. http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/news/story?id=2586530. Retrieved 2010-03-15. 
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  16. ^ "Marathon win in a whale of a wakeup call". Vancouver Sun. 2007-04-12. http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/sports/story.html?id=86a6c620-a3a0-402b-9d0e-1d7fb509906f. Retrieved 2009-01-20. 
  17. ^ Vancouver Canucks (2008-01-10). "Henrik Sedin Named to Western Conference All-Star Team". Press release. http://canucks.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NewsPage&articleid=349490. Retrieved 2008-01-10. 
  18. ^ "'Average' twins under scrutiny". The Province. 2008-10-19. http://www.faceoff.com/hockey/teams/vancouver-canucks/story.html?id=3a17550f-6950-4a89-820b-73448a7b961b&add_feed_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.canada.com%2Ftheprovince%2Fnews%2Fsports%2Fcanucks%2Ftopstories.atom%3Fviewer%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.faceoff.com%2Fhockey%2Fteams%2Fvancouver-canucks%2Fstory.html. 
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  20. ^ Brad Ziemer (2009-02-13). "Burrows earns promotion". Vancouver Sun. http://www.faceoff.com/hockey/teams/vancouver-canucks/story.html?id=1287412&add_feed_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.faceoff.com%2Fscripts%2FSP6Atom.aspx%3Fid%3D830270. Retrieved 2010-03-15. 
  21. ^ "Canuck Henrik Sedin NHL's second star for month of March". Vancouver Sun. 2009-04-01. http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/Canuck+Henrik+Sedin+second+star+month+March/1452480/story.html. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  22. ^ "Sedins asking for $63 million each in 12-year deal". The Province. 2009-06-19. http://www.theprovince.com/Sports/Sedins+asking+million+each+year+deal/1709132/story.html. Retrieved 2009-09-04. 
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  24. ^ "Henrik Sedin joins the Canuck 'A' team". Vancouver Sun. 2009-09-30. http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/2010wintergames/Henrik+Sedin+joins+Canuck+team/2051012/story.html. Retrieved 2009-09-30. 
  25. ^ a b "Signs point to Sedin for hot Hawks". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 2009-11-22. http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/story/2009/11/22/sp-chi-van.html. Retrieved 2009-11-22. 
  26. ^ "Henrik paces Canucks to rout over Avs". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 2009-11-14. http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/story/2009/11/14/sp-canucks-avalanche.html. Retrieved 2009-11-14. 
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  28. ^ "Burrows records hat trick while Luongo blanks Coyotes". The Sports Network. 2010-01-08. http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=305209. Retrieved 2010-01-08. 
  29. ^ a b c Darah Hansen (2010-03-11). "Canucks' Sedin twins make $1.5-million donation to BC Children's Hospital project". Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/cars/Canucks+Sedin+twins+make+million+donation+Children+Hospital+project/2668251/story.html. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Ulf Dahlén
Golden Puck (with Daniel Sedin)
1999
Succeeded by
Mikael Johansson
Preceded by
Daniel Sedin
Vancouver Canucks first round draft pick
1999
Succeeded by
Nathan Smith

Simple English

Born 26 September 1980 (1980-09-26) (age 30),
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
Height
Weight
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
183 lb (83 kg; 13 st 1 lb)
Position Centre
Shoots Left
NHL team
F. teams
Vancouver Canucks
Modo Hockey (SEL)
Ntl. team  Sweden
NHL Draft 3rd overall, 1999
Vancouver Canucks
Playing career 1997 – present

Henrik Sedin (born 26 September 1980) is a Swedish professional ice hockey centre and alternate captain with the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL). His identical twin brother Daniel also plays for the Canucks. They have played together during their careers and are known for the way in which they can help each other play. Henrik, a good passer, is known to help set up goals, while Daniel is known to score goals.

Henrik started his career in the Elitserien with Modo Hockey in 1997 and won the Golden Puck as Swedish player of the year in 1999, winning it with Daniel. He was picked third by the Canucks in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. Henrik has played his entire NHL career in Vancouver and has led the team in scoring the past three seasons, from 2007–08 to 2009–10. In 2009–10, he won the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's top point scorer, setting Canucks' records for assists and points in a season as well as the team record for career assists.

Internationally, Henrik has played for Sweden and won a gold medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, as well as two bronze medals at the 1999 and 2001 World Championships.

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Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1997–98 Modo Hockey Jr. Swe-Jr. 26 14 22 36
1997–98 Modo Hockey SEL 39 1 4 5 10 7 0 0 0 0
1998–99 Modo Hockey SEL 49 12 22 34 32 13 2 8 10 6
1999–00 Modo Hockey SEL 50 9 38 47 22 13 5 9 14 2
2000–01 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 9 20 29 38 4 0 4 4 0
2001–02 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 16 20 36 36 6 3 0 3 0
2002–03 Vancouver Canucks NHL 78 8 31 39 38 14 3 2 5 8
2003–04 Vancouver Canucks NHL 76 11 31 42 32 7 2 2 4 2
2004–05 Modo Hockey SEL 44 14 22 36 50 6 1 3 4 6
2005–06 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 18 57 75 56
2006–07 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 10 71 81 66 12 2 2 4 14
2007–08 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 15 61 76 56
2008–09 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 22 60 82 48 10 4 6 10 2
2009–10 Vancouver Canucks NHL 82 29 83 112 48
NHL totals 728 138 434 572 418 53 14 16 30 26

International

Year Team Event   GP G A Pts PIM
1997 Sweden EJC 6 3 4 7 16
1998 Sweden EJC 6 5 4 9 4
1999 Sweden WJC 6 3 6 9 12
1999 Sweden WC 8 0 0 0 4
2000 Sweden WJC 7 4 9 13 0
2000 Sweden WC 7 2 3 5 6
2001 Sweden WC 9 1 0 1 0
2005 Sweden WC 9 2 4 6 7
2006 Sweden Oly 8 3 1 4 2
2010 Sweden Oly 4 0 2 2 2
Junior int'l totals 25 15 23 38 32
Senior int'l totals 45 8 10 18 21

NHL All-Star Games

Year Location   G A Pts
2008 Atlanta 0 2 2
All-star totals 0 2 2

Awards

Elitserien

Award Year
Golden Puck (player of the year) 1999 (shared with Daniel Sedin)

International

Award Year
Olympic gold medal (with Sweden) 2006

NHL

Award Year
Art Ross Trophy 2010
Second Star of the Month March 2009 and January 2010
First Star of the Month December 2009
Third Star of the Month March 2010

Vancouver Canucks

Award Year
Cyrus H. McLean Trophy (leading scorer) 2008, 2009 and 2010
Cyclone Taylor Trophy (MVP) 2010
Molson Cup (most three-star selections) 2010

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