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Career Milestones 2014-15

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Canucks All-Time Points
1. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013 P 848
2. Daniel Sedin GP 982 P 811
3. Markus Naslund GP 884 P 756
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 P 733
5. Stan Smyl GP 896 P 673
...
21. Alex Burrows GP 621 P 311
...
30. Alex Edler GP 497 P 229

Canucks All-Time Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 G 346
2. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 G 318
3. Daniel Sedin GP 982 G 308
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 G 262
5. Pavel Bure GP 428 G 254
...
8. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013 G 195
...
14. Alex Burrows GP 621 G 158

I expect Daniel to claim 2nd place this season, and Henrik should become the 7th player to score 200 goals as a Canuck.

Canucks All-Time Game Winning Goals
1. Daniel Sedin GP 982 GWG 67
2. Markus Naslund GP 884 GWG 49
3. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013 GWG 34
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 GWG 33
5. Pavel Bure GP 428 GWG 32

Canucks All-Time Powerplay Goals
1. Markus Naslund GP 884 PPG 114
2. Daniel Sedin GP 982 PPG 111
3. Tony Tanti GP 531 PPG 102
4. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 PPG 97
5. Todd Bertuzzi GP 518 PPG 79

Will Daniel catch Naslund this season?

Canucks All-Time Shorthanded Goals
1. Pavel Bure GP 428 SHG 24
2. Alex Burrows GP 621 SHG 16
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 SHG 15
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 SHG 13
5. Alex Mogilny GP 312 SHG 13

Canucks All-Time Assists
1. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013 A 653
2. Daniel Sedin GP 982 A 503
3. Trevor Linden GP 1,140 A 415
4. Stan Smyl GP 896 A 411
5. Markus Naslund GP 884 A 410

With Daniel's assist on Henrik's goal against the Oilers on Oct 11, he joined the 500 club.

Canucks All-Time PIM
1. Gino Odjick GP 444 PIM 2,127
2. Garth Butcher GP 610 PIM 1,668
3. Stan Smyl GP 896 PIM 1,556
4. Harold Snepsts GP 781 PIM 1,446
5. Tiger Williams GP 312 PIM 1,324
...
7. Alex Burrows GP 621 PIM 900
...
10. Kevin Bieksa GP 540 PIM 806

Canucks All-Time Games Played
1. Trevor Linden GP 1,140
2. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013
3. Daniel Sedin GP 982
4. Stan Smyl GP 896
5. Markus Naslund GP 884
...
11. Alex Burrows 621
...
19. Kevin Bieksa 540

Canucks All-Time +/-
1. Henrik Sedin GP 1,013 +207
2. Daniel Sedin GP 982 +175
3. Alex Burrows GP 621 +123
4. Dan Hamhuis GP 275 +82
5. Sami Salo GP 566 +78

...And where do the Sedins rank on the All-Time NHL Scoring List?

122. Henrik 848 points (Some players just ahead: Yvan Cournoyer 863, Ivan Boldirev 866, Trevor Linden 867, Markus Naslund and Cliff Ronning each with 869, Peter Forsberg 885, and Tony Amonte holds down 100th place with 900 points)
145. Daniel 811

If Henrik can put up around 60 more points this season, he would be in the neighbourhood of 96th place Bobby Orr who has 915!

As for All-Time NHL Assists

60. Henrik 653
132. Daniel 503

Henrik is only 59 assists away from 50th spot (Scott Stevens 712)!
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As for recent free agent signings/new players:

Ryan Miller is currently at 297 career NHL wins for 30th place All-Time, and will surely achieve his 300th win in a Canuck uniform. Also, he got his 30th shutout on Oct 17 vs. Edmonton.

Radim Vrbata is at 796 NHL games played, with 218 goals and 251 assists - he will hit 800 games and has a shot at his 500th point this season.

Nick Bonino is at 193 NHL games played, with 34 goals and 50 assists - he will hit 200 games and has a shot at his 100th point this season.

Derek Dorsett is at 335 NHL games, with 31 goals and 42 assists - not sure if he will hit any milestones other than perhaps 400 games played.

Luca Sbisa is at 270 NHL games, with 9 goals and 47 assists - should hit 300 games.

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Southern_Canuck wrote:As for recent free agent signings:

Ryan Miller is currently at 297 career NHL wins for 30th place All-Time, and will surely achieve his 300th win in a Canuck uniform. Also, he got his 30th shutout on Oct 17 vs. Edmonton.
Plus Miller holds the NHL record for the most wins in the shootout.

Nice little tidbit while Miller was with Buffalo last season.
http://thehockeywriters.com/buffalo-sab ... -positive/
Ryan Miller may very well be the best player on the worst team. In spite of playing behind a suspect rag tag cast of characters, Miller is putting up a Vezina-worthy campaign and making a case to start in goal for Team USA during the Olympics.

While facing the second most shots of any netminder, Miller has compiled a .928 save percentage. Over his last 10 games, the Sabres starting goaltender has a .950 save percentage and has been playing out of his mind, including this dandy in D.C.
Anyways be cool to see the Sedins get over 1000pts each while with the Canucks.
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Glancing at that it really shows you what a goal scorer Naslund was. He has significant numbers in fewer GP than the Sedins and Linden.
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Sure, Naslund had 346 goals in 884 games 0.391 (career 395 goals in 1,117 games 0.354)... but how about Bure with his 254 Canuck goals in 428 games 0.593 (career 437 goals in 702 games 0.623)

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Not really a milestone, at least not for the twins, but as Peter Forsberg was elected as the third Swedish player in the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet ranked the best Swedes of hockey of all time:
1. Peter Forsberg, f
Hasn't played the most games, hasn't scored the most points and hasn't won the most Stanley Cups, but when he was at his best he was the best player in the world. Few, if any hockey players, have been the complete player that Foppa was.

2. Nicklas Lidström, b
In most rankings made in North America, Lidas is considered the best Swede of all time. And rightfully so. You can't argue with that. But in my world he gets beaten with a nose length.

3. Mats Sundin, f
No Swede has scored more points than Sudden, but he never got to win Stanley Cup in a Toronto where he was carrying the entire load all by himself. In his best moments dominant on the ice and a fantastic leader.

4. Börje Salming, b
When Salming arrived in Canada, it was a completely different climate. European players were seen as stealing the jobs from Canadians and Americans. He took a lot of abuse but helped pave the way for others. Respect.

5. Henrik Sedin, f
Will leave Vancouver as an icon and has delivered throughout his career. One of only two Swedes to win the Hart Trophy as MVP of the NHL. And he'll keep climbing in the charts with the years he still has left at the top.

6. Daniel Sedin, f
Anything you can say about Henrik goes for Daniel as well. They're inseparable, not just hard to tell apart. But Daniel has always been the sniper. Will almost certainly be elected to the Hall of Fame one day. With his brother, of course.

7. Henrik Lundqvist, g
Sweden's best NHL goalie of all time, and the only beside Pelle Lindbergh to win the Vezina Trophy. Will also end up in the Hall of Fame, but still has a long career ahead of him before that.

8. Daniel Alfredsson, f
Just like Sudden captain of a team that eas to weak to fight for the big titles. But Affe kept pulling a heavy load season after season, ever since srarting out winning Rookie of the Year in 1996.

9. Markus Näslund, f
Actually the only Swede to win the Lester B Pearson Award, the MVP elected by the players themselves. That was in 2003, the same year that Foppa won the Hart Trophy. A world class sniper.

10. Henrik Zetterberg, f
May be better than ever, now that he's hernia has been fixed. Is already one of the greatest, and with several years left he will surely climb on this list. How high is up to him.
Footnote: technically they are correct about the Pearson award, but Daniel has won the Lindsay, which is basically the same.
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Mondi wrote:Without a cup, the Twins are dubious for the HHOF. IMHO.
Don't forget it's the Hockey Hall of Fame, not NHL Hall of Fame.

Henrik has an Olympic gold, World Championships gold, World Championships bronze X2, Art Ross, Hart, probably somewhere north of 1,000 or 1,100 career points (in an era where being a point per game player is elite, like top ~1% of point getters elite).

IMO he's a similarly successful player to Bure or Sundin, who were inducted to the hall a couple years back (neither won Cups). Not a shoe in, but a pretty damn good career nonetheless.
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herb wrote:
Mondi wrote:Without a cup, the Twins are dubious for the HHOF. IMHO.
Don't forget it's the Hockey Hall of Fame, not NHL Hall of Fame.

Henrik has an Olympic gold, World Championships gold, World Championships bronze X2, Art Ross, Hart, probably somewhere north of 1,000 or 1,100 career points (in an era where being a point per game player is elite, like top ~1% of point getters elite).

IMO he's a similarly successful player to Bure or Sundin, who were inducted to the hall a couple years back (neither won Cups). Not a shoe in, but a pretty damn good career nonetheless.
I agree the Sedins are somewhat on the bubble for the Hall, but consider Adam Oates (in the HOF) led the league in assists 3 times, Henrik 3 as well....

With scoring down so much, the HOF debate will become more interesting as scoring from different era's is so incomparable...and no, Corsi won't be considered as part of the HOF credentials
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Per wrote:Not really a milestone, at least not for the twins, but as Peter Forsberg was elected as the third Swedish player in the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet ranked the best Swedes of hockey of all time:
1. Peter Forsberg, f
Hasn't played the most games, hasn't scored the most points and hasn't won the most Stanley Cups, but when he was at his best he was the best player in the world. Few, if any hockey players, have been the complete player that Foppa was.

2. Nicklas Lidström, b
In most rankings made in North America, Lidas is considered the best Swede of all time. And rightfully so. You can't argue with that. But in my world he gets beaten with a nose length.

3. Mats Sundin, f
No Swede has scored more points than Sudden, but he never got to win Stanley Cup in a Toronto where he was carrying the entire load all by himself. In his best moments dominant on the ice and a fantastic leader.

4. Börje Salming, b
When Salming arrived in Canada, it was a completely different climate. European players were seen as stealing the jobs from Canadians and Americans. He took a lot of abuse but helped pave the way for others. Respect.

5. Henrik Sedin, f
Will leave Vancouver as an icon and has delivered throughout his career. One of only two Swedes to win the Hart Trophy as MVP of the NHL. And he'll keep climbing in the charts with the years he still has left at the top.

6. Daniel Sedin, f
Anything you can say about Henrik goes for Daniel as well. They're inseparable, not just hard to tell apart. But Daniel has always been the sniper. Will almost certainly be elected to the Hall of Fame one day. With his brother, of course.

7. Henrik Lundqvist, g
Sweden's best NHL goalie of all time, and the only beside Pelle Lindbergh to win the Vezina Trophy. Will also end up in the Hall of Fame, but still has a long career ahead of him before that.

8. Daniel Alfredsson, f
Just like Sudden captain of a team that eas to weak to fight for the big titles. But Affe kept pulling a heavy load season after season, ever since srarting out winning Rookie of the Year in 1996.

9. Markus Näslund, f
Actually the only Swede to win the Lester B Pearson Award, the MVP elected by the players themselves. That was in 2003, the same year that Foppa won the Hart Trophy. A world class sniper.

10. Henrik Zetterberg, f
May be better than ever, now that he's hernia has been fixed. Is already one of the greatest, and with several years left he will surely climb on this list. How high is up to him.
Footnote: technically they are correct about the Pearson award, but Daniel has won the Lindsay, which is basically the same.
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Per wrote:
1. Peter Forsberg, f
Hasn't played the most games, hasn't scored the most points and hasn't won the most Stanley Cups, but when he was at his best he was the best player in the world. Few, if any hockey players, have been the complete player that Foppa was.

2. Nicklas Lidström, b
In most rankings made in North America, Lidas is considered the best Swede of all time. And rightfully so. You can't argue with that. But in my world he gets beaten with a nose length.

3. Mats Sundin, f
No Swede has scored more points than Sudden, but he never got to win Stanley Cup in a Toronto where he was carrying the entire load all by himself. In his best moments dominant on the ice and a fantastic leader.

4. Börje Salming, b
When Salming arrived in Canada, it was a completely different climate. European players were seen as stealing the jobs from Canadians and Americans. He took a lot of abuse but helped pave the way for others. Respect.

5. Henrik Sedin, f
Will leave Vancouver as an icon and has delivered throughout his career. One of only two Swedes to win the Hart Trophy as MVP of the NHL. And he'll keep climbing in the charts with the years he still has left at the top.

6. Daniel Sedin, f
Anything you can say about Henrik goes for Daniel as well. They're inseparable, not just hard to tell apart. But Daniel has always been the sniper. Will almost certainly be elected to the Hall of Fame one day. With his brother, of course.

7. Henrik Lundqvist, g
Sweden's best NHL goalie of all time, and the only beside Pelle Lindbergh to win the Vezina Trophy. Will also end up in the Hall of Fame, but still has a long career ahead of him before that.

8. Daniel Alfredsson, f
Just like Sudden captain of a team that eas to weak to fight for the big titles. But Affe kept pulling a heavy load season after season, ever since srarting out winning Rookie of the Year in 1996.

9. Markus Näslund, f
Actually the only Swede to win the Lester B Pearson Award, the MVP elected by the players themselves. That was in 2003, the same year that Foppa won the Hart Trophy. A world class sniper.

10. Henrik Zetterberg, f
May be better than ever, now that he's hernia has been fixed. Is already one of the greatest, and with several years left he will surely climb on this list. How high is up to him.
I'd put Alfie at #3 on that list.

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Strangelove wrote: I'd put Alfie at #3 on that list.

Fuckin Swedes....
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...yeah, but then there are all the missing pieces.
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....and the extra seemingly important shit that doesn't seem to fit anywhere but you ignore and toss aside.
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Aaronp18 wrote:....and the extra seemingly important shit that doesn't seem to fit anywhere but you ignore and toss aside.
They are called instructions.
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..who pays attention to those?

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