[As we approach the start of the NHL regular season, we give our two cents about your Vancouver Canucks and the issues, questions and expectations from them in their 40th year anniversary.] The 2009/2010 season is surely a season that Henrik and Daniel Sedin won’t soon forget. Both signed similar 5-year/$30.5 million contracts and both then proceeded to have the best season, statistically, of their careers. Henrik finished with 29 goals, 83 assists and 112 points. His 29 goals were a career-high, his 83 assists were higher than any of his previous season point totals, and his 112 points won...Click here to read more.
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