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With the 2015-16 NHL season three-quarters complete, the Vancouver sits in fifth place in the Western Conference’s Pacific Division. While their chances for a wild card spot in the playoffs are slim, the Canucks would be in even worse shape without the contributions of Henrik and Daniel Sedin. The twins lead the team with 46 and 52 points apiece.


Like Tomas Tatar, Evgeni Malkin, and Gabriel Landeskog before them, the twins took to the ice wearing GoPro helmet cams to showcase their hockey skills.

Among the drills tried by the Canucks duo is an impressive back-to-back exercise in which they repeatedly employ no-look passes to exchange pucks after making six hits through an obstacle.


Off the ice, the Sedin brothers and their wives are active in projects to support families and children in the Vancouver area and throughout British Columbia.

Canucks duo Henrik and Daniel Sedin supporting kids at Sedin Family Foundation

The Sedin Family Foundation works with schools, community groups and social service agencies to identify needs and find creative and unique ways to make a difference in the lives of those served.


Daniel and Henrik are the only Canucks to reach the 900-point milestone and have generated all sorts of highlight-reel plays over the course of their storied careers in Vancouver.