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#22 LW

Daniel Sedin

6' 1"
187 lbs
Sep 26, 1980
Ornskoldsvik, Sweden
1999 - round 1, 2nd overall by Van
G A Pts +/- PPG
2014-15 Regular Season
20 56 76 5 4

Vancouver Canucks

Sedin scored a goal in his fourth consecutive game and had an assist in Vancouver's regular-season finale, a 6-5 overtime win against Edmonton.

Sedin enters this playoffs after totaling eight points in his final four games. His 76 points this season were his most since a career-best 104 in 2010-11.

Sedin had one goal and two assists for Vancouver on Saturday.

Sedin has 71 points - three more than brother Henrik.

Sedin had two assists for the second straight game Tuesday against the Jets.

Sedin now has 50 assists on the season, recording 16 in his last 17 games with seven two-assist performances in that span.

Sedin picked up two more assists in Sunday's 3-1 win at Arizona.

Sedin has two goals and four assists in the last four games.

Sedin had two assists in Tuesday's loss to San Jose.

Sedin has nine assists over his last eight contests.

Sedin was solid in fantasy action Thursday.

Sedin had two assists to give him 38 points - one more than twin brother Henrik.

Sedin matched a season high with three assists in Saturday's win over Detroit.

Sedin has nine points in the last six games, giving him a team-best 35 on the season.

Sedin recorded his 24th assist in Thursday's loss to the Kings.

Sedin, who has a goal and five assists over his last five games, is well on his way to a bounce-back season. He has 32 points in 36 games after finishing with 47 points in 73 contests in 2013-14.

Sedin scored two of Vancouver's three power-play goals and assisted on the other, and the Canucks defeated the Washington Capitals 4-3 Tuesday.

Sedin scored the game-winner at 9:39 of the third period when he took a pass from twin brother Henrik Sedin in the left circle and fired a shot to the far side of Braden Holtby.

Sedin picked up a goal and an assist in Vancouver's 2-0 win over Edmonton.

Following a disappointing season in which he managed only 47 points, Sedin now has six points in three games.

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