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22 Daniel Sedin LW
Height/Weight: 6-1/187 | Birthdate: 9/26/1980 | Birthplace: Ornskoldsvik, Sweden | Team: Vancouver Canucks | College: None | NHL Experience: 13 | Salary: $6,100,000 | Owned/Started%: 99/77 | Average Draft Position: 73.87
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12/21/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D.Sedin Picks Up Two Assists

News: Daniel Sedin picked up a pair of assists in Saturday's win over the Flames.
Analysis: A much needed offensive outburst from Daniel Sedin, who had gone three straight games without appearing on the scoresheet. Sedin now has seven goals and 28 points in 32 games, to go with a plus-3 rating. He should be in your lineup every night he's in action.

12/7/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' D.Sedin Collects Assist Sunday

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D.Sedin Collects Assist Sunday

News: Daniel Sedin picked up an assist and was a plus-2 in Sunday's loss to Ottawa.
Analysis: The beat goes on for Daniel Sedin, who has racked up three goals and five points in his last four games. While he is on pace for only 20 goals, Sedin's 26 points in 28 games make him a must start every night the Canucks take to the ice. He could reach the 80-point mark for the fourth time in his career this season.

12/2/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Snaps Goal Slump

News: Daniel Sedin ended his seven-game goal-scoring slump in a big way Tuesday, picking up two goals and an assist -- all on the power play.
Analysis: Formerly a near-perennial 30-goal man, Daniel Sedin managed just 28 total goals over the last two seasons (although one of those seasons was shortened by the lockout), and he's been off to a slow start this year too. Daniel had managed just four goals in 24 games entering Tuesday's action, though he's been an effective puck distributor all year long. The Sedins are tied with six goals and 18 helpers each. It's almost like they're twins.

11/20/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Dishes Out Trio Of Assists

News: Daniel Sedin dished out three helpers in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Oilers, skating to a plus-2 with two shots on goal.
Analysis: The point-per-game surge continues for Daniel, who now has 19 points in 19 games. He's looking more and more like one of the bigger bounce-back picks this season, after the mediocrity of 2013-14's 47-point campaign dropped his stock in this season's fantasy drafts.

11/12/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Pots OT Winner

News: Daniel Sedin scored the game-winning goal in overtime and picked up a regulation assist Tuesday against the Senators.
Analysis: The nice night snaps a fairly deep slump for Daniel, who'd managed no goals and two assists over his last six games. Despite that, he's still pulling nearly a point-per-game pace.

10/31/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' D. Sedin Pots OT Winner

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Pots OT Winner

News: Daniel Sedin scored Thursday's game-winning goal against Montreal on an overtime power play off a feed from his brother Henrik.
Analysis: It's just the winger's third goal of the year, but that modest total has been offset with nine assists, giving him a cool dozen points in 10 games so far. Although his goal-scoring production has been down over the last couple seasons, Daniel could return to his 30-goal ways this year, as the twins have looked revitalized.

10/25/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Nets Goal And Assist In Loss

News: Daniel Sedin netted a goal and an assist in Friday's loss to the Avalanche.
Analysis: It was a horrible outing for the Canucks, but Daniel Sedin managed to be productive, also recording six shots on goal. He has looked great so far this season, sitting fifth in league scoring with two goals and 10 points in seven games. Keep rolling him, as he should continue to produce on a dynamic first line also featuring his brother Henrik and Radim Vrbata.

10/18/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' D. Sedin Grabs Two More Points

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Grabs Two More Points

News: Daniel Sedin extended his early-season point streak to three games and six points Friday, notching a goal and an assist in a win over the Oilers.
Analysis: Can you say "bounce back?" The twins have looked revitalized beside their new winger Radim Vrbata, as the trio have now hooked up for 17 points in Vancouver's first three games. After a disastrous season in 2013-14 under head coach John Tortorella that saw Daniel Sedin post his lowest point total in nearly a decade (47 in 73 games), the 34-year-old twins seem poised for a nice rebound this year.

10/12/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' Sedin Notches Three Helpers In Win

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Notches Three Helpers In Win

News: Daniel Sedin dished out three assists in Saturday's win over the Oilers.
Analysis: Though he attempted a team-high six shots on goal in the affair, Daniel Sedin offered his greatest contributions as a setup man, with Radim Vrbata and Linden Vey finishing off his passes for power-play tallies. Earlier in the game, Sedin was credited for his first helper on a shot attempt that was tipped home by brother Henrik, giving him 500 assists for his career.

9/27/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Sets Up Vrbata In Preseason Win

News: Daniel Sedin racked up a pair of power-play assists in Friday's preseason win over Calgary.
Analysis: Daniel Sedin's best work Friday came in the final period, where he combined with brother Henrik to setup new linemate Radim Vrbata for his first goal with the Canucks. Sedin is coming off a disappointing 16-goal, 47-point campaign in 2013-14, but is likely to bounce back this season with a former 35-goal scorer on his line. Sedin is nowhere near as bad as we saw this past season, and fantasy goers shouldn't hesitate to draft him in 2014-15. He still possesses all the necessary tools to be an elite fantasy threat.

4/14/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Avoids Serious Injury

News: Daniel Sedin, who was hit from behind by Calgary's Paul Byron late in the second period of Sunday's season finale, appears to have escaped serious injury, TSN.ca reports.
Analysis: Good news, given that Daniel Sedin was stretchered off the ice Sunday after hitting the glass with his head. "I was scared," Sedin acknowledged while addressing the media Monday. "I felt something wasn't right. I couldn't lift my head off the ice. It feels okay today."

4/13/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Leaves Game On Stretcher

News: Daniel Sedin took a hit from behind by Calgary's Paul Byron late in the second period and left the game on a stretcher with a neck brace.
Analysis: Byron was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct for boarding Daniel Sedin, who appeared to hit his head against the glass. Sedin was responsive on the ice but lay motionless for an extended period of time. Sedin has a history of concussions and has battled a series of other injuries this season. Sedin had two goals in the first period before leaving in the second period.

4/13/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Snaps Seven-Game Goal Drought

News: Daniel Sedin notched two goals, his 15th and 16th of the season, in the first period Sunday against Calgary to snap a seven-game goal drought and notch his first multi-goal game of the season.
Analysis: Daniel Sedin scored his 15th goal of the season after David Booth's wrist shot deflected off Sedin's body and into the net. Sedin also scored a power play goal on a give-and-go with twin brother Henrik for his 16th. It's his first multi-goal game of the season. The Sedins have played with much more confidence near the end of the season and clearly play their best with one another. Whether or not the Sedins' abysmal production is a one-year anomaly or the sign of a greater decline is up for debate, but given his playmaking ability it's not inconceivable the Sedins have bounce-back seasons next year.

4/6/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Gets Assist In Brother's Return

News: Daniel Sedin picked up an assist as his brother Henrik returned to the lineup in Saturday's win over Los Angeles.
Analysis: Henrik had missed the last four games with a leg injury, but returned on Saturday to help the Canucks keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Daniel has four points in his last five games, and has tallied 14 goals and 30 assists in 69 games on the season. This is far from what we expected this season from Daniel, who's usually known as a point-per-game player.

4/3/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Assists Kesler In Loss

News: Daniel Sedin assisted on Ryan Kesler's lone Canucks goal in a loss to the Rangers on Tuesday.
Analysis: Daniel Sedin has now tallied three points in his last four games, skating on a solid top line featuring Ryan Kesler and Alex Burrows. Sedin has 14 goals and 43 points in 68 games this season.

3/27/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Ends 23-Game Goal Drought

News: Daniel Sedin snapped a 23-game goalless drought on Wednesday, scoring his 14th goal of the season in a win over the Wild.
Analysis: It took a while, but finally Daniel Sedin has ended his slump, helping the Canucks to their third straight win. The goal was Sedin's first point in 14 games, exemplifying the struggles he has gone through this season. Wednesday was also only his second game back in the lineup after missing nine games with a hamstring injury. If the Canucks have any chance of making the playoffs, they will need to win all eight of their remaining games, meaning Sedin will need to step it up big time.

3/24/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Held Pointless In Return

News: Daniel Sedin was held pointless in his return to the lineup on Sunday.
Analysis: While he didn't get on the scoresheet against the Sabres, Daniel Sedin fired four shots on goal and logged 17:52 of ice time. It was his first game back after missing nine with a hamstring injury. The third line was mainly responsible for the Canucks' victory on Sunday, as the trio of Zack Kassian, Shawn Matthias and Brad Richardson combined for nine points in a 4-2 win. Sedin has currently gone 13 straight games without a point.

3/23/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin: Expected To Play Sunday

News: Coach John Tortorella said that Daniel Sedin (hamstring) will play Sunday vs. the Sabres.
Analysis: With Daniel Sedin resuming skating for the past week, he'll draw back into the lineup just ahead of the three-week timetable initially established for his injury. His lengthy absence may have already dashed most of the Canucks' playoff hopes, but fantasy owners should still benefit from his services during the final stretch of games. Look for him to be officially activated from injured reserve Sunday morning.

3/14/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Skates On Friday

News: Daniel Sedin (hamstring) skated on Friday, and GM Mike Gillis doesn't think he is done for the season, Team 1040's Blake Price reports.
Analysis: This is good news for Daniel Sedin fantasy owners, but there is still yet to be an exact timetable for his return. The 33-year-old has missed the team's past five games with a hamstring injury, and is expected to be out at least another week, possibly longer. With news surfacing Friday that Ryan Kesler (knee) will be out for "at least a couple of weeks," the Canucks would love to see Sedin back soon, as the team is currently lacking offense and battling to get into the playoffs.

3/4/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks Place D. Sedin On IR

News: Daniel Sedin (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Analysis: As expected, with Daniel Sedin out at least three weeks and possibly longer with the hamstring ailment, he'll land on IR to create roster space. Sedin's injury significantly dampens the playoff prospects of the Canucks, who may have already waved the white flag with the trade of Roberto Luongo to the Panthers on Tuesday in what mostly amounts to a salary dump.

3/3/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' D. Sedin Expected To Miss Three Weeks

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin Expected To Miss Three Weeks

News: Daniel Sedin is expected to miss the next three weeks with a hamstring injury, Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province reports.
Analysis: With Daniel Sedin possibly missing 10 more games, it wouldn't be surprising to see the team place him on IR to free up a roster spot. The winger had been on a bit of a cold streak recently, but still being one of the better talents in the NHL will definitely be missed on the Canucks' top line. The team recalled Darren Archibald from AHL Utica on Monday to fill in for Sedin while he's sidelined.

3/3/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' D. Sedin To Receive MRI Monday

News: Daniel Sedin will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of the leg injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Senators, TSN's Darren Dreger reports.
Analysis: While Daniel Sedin's injury seems to be a lower-leg concern rather than anything related to his knee, there are fears that he could miss at least three weeks due to the injury, according to Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports. The Canucks will await for the results of Sedin's MRI before officially projecting a timetable for him, but any sort of extended absence would be crippling to the team's playoff hopes. Sedin had seen his productivity wane prior to obtaining the injury, as his 40 points in 63 games represent his lowest per-game scoring total since the 2002-03 campaign.

3/2/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Daniel Sedin Suffers Lower Body Injury

News: The injury that Daniel Sedin suffered Sunday against the Senators is being called a lower-body issue, the Sports Network reports.
Analysis: While the exact nature and severity of Daniel Sedin's injury has yet to be confirmed, he appeared to be having an issue with his left leg -- possibly his hamstring -- before heading to the locker room on Sunday.

3/2/2014

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Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Daniel Sedin Exits Sunday's Game

News: Daniel Sedin headed to the dressing room during Sunday's game against the Senators due to an unspecified injury.
Analysis: Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun indicated that Daniel Sedin's left leg seemed to bend awkwardly on a Marc Methot hit that he absorbed, but at this stage, the severity of Sedin's issue is unclear.

2/27/2014

Daniel Sedin, LW, VAN Canucks' Sedin Held Pointless Once Again

Daniel Sedin

Canucks' Sedin Held Pointless Once Again

News: Even with his brother Henrik back in the lineup, Daniel Sedin failed to register on the scoresheet Wednesday against the Blues, marking the 10th straight game he has gone without a point.
Analysis: Not only is Daniel failing to put up points, but he also hasn't scored a goal in 20 games. This is beyond disappointing for fantasy owners who were expecting another solid campaign from the 33-year-old. There are some potential positives, though, as Daniel did look good at the Olympics in Sochi, and it appears Henrik is back to full health. There's a light at the end of the tunnel for the struggling winger.