Sedin posted five shots on goal in the last NHL game of his career. The Canucks lost to Edmonton in a shootout, 3-2.
The veteran forward didn't register a point, but he did score in the shootout, which is the last thing he did in his NHL career. Sedin recorded 23 goals and 55 points in 81 games this season. He killed fantasy owners with a career-worst minus-21 rating, but those scoring numbers were very respectable for the 37-year-old. He finishes his career with 393 goals and 1,041 points in 1,305 games.
Sedin scored a pair of goals, including the overtime winner, Thursday against Arizona.
Daniel scored the winner on the power play off a pass from twin brother Henrik, who had an assist on each of Daniel's goals. The two-goal performance comes just three days after the Sedin twins announced they would be retiring from the NHL. Daniel has been a fantasy monster throughout his career and is certainly worth getting in your lineup for his final ever NHL game Saturday against Edmonton.
Sedin -- along with his brother Henrik -- announced his retirement following the conclusion of the 2017-18 campaign.
The Sedin twins spent their entire NHL careers playing for Vancouver after being drafted second and third overall in the 1999 NHL Draft. Unfortunately for Daniel, he is currently bogged down in a 14-game goal drought and will no doubt want to get at least one more in the Canucks' final three games. With 391 tallies, the winger will end his career as the all-time leading scorer for Vancouver and second in total points (1,038) -- just 30 behind his brother.
Sedin scored another goal and added an assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Predators on Friday.
Sound familiar? The exact same thing happened Wednesday with a goal and an assist for Sedin in an overtime defeat for the Canucks. The 37-year-old isn't what he used to be, but Sedin has already scored five more goals than last season, and he surpassed his point total from 2016-17 on Friday night too, as he now stands at 46 points on the season. Sedin is still a solid contributor in every category except plus/minus.
Sedin scored a goal and set up another Wednesday in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Rangers.
Daniel's recalled his past nicely in the final week of February, scoring seven points in his past four contests. Sedin's now on track to break 50 points and has shown he can still produce as a useful player both for the Canucks and for fantasy teams. He's no longer a top player, but he's still a quality option for secondary production from your wing.
Sedin netted a pair of goals -- one on the power play -- in Sunday's win over Arizona.
The Canucks may be out of the playoff picture, but Sedin is still delivering on offense. The veteran has five goals and nine points in his last seven games and has smashed the 40-point barrier for the 14th consecutive season. Sedin's 18 goals and 17 power-play points indicate he's still very valuable in a wide variety of fantasy formats.
Sedin scored for the second straight game and had an assist in Saturday's win over Boston.
Sedin is riding a four-game point streak and is now up to 15 goals and 37 points in 58 games. The Canucks won't be making the playoff this season, but Sedin is still finding a way to deliver for fantasy goers. His steady production makes him worth owning in many fantasy settings.
Sedin recorded an assist during a 6-0 victory over Dallas on Sunday.
Following the minor back injury he suffered in mid January, Sedin has recorded three goals and an assist in 11 games, and has been skating with Henrik Sedin and Thomas Vanek on the first line recently. Sedin's also been receiving heavy power-play minutes, averaging 2:52 of ice time during the last 10 games while recording two points on the man advantage during the span. He currently sits at 14 power-play points on the season -- tied for second most on the Canucks. The 37-year-old's days of surpassing 60 points are certainly fading, but with 32 points (13 goals, 19 assists) in 32 games, he's inching closer to hitting the 40-point mark for the 14th straight season.
Both Sedin twins would like to play one more season, reports Sportsnet.ca. They are unrestricted free agents this summer.
It was widely assumed this would be Daniel and Henrik's last season. "While there hasn't been discussions yet with the Canucks about an extension, the belief is they both want to be back for an 18th NHL season," said Sportsnet.ca's Chris Johnston on CBC's Saturday Headlines. Daniel is fourth on the Orcas with 27 points, including 10 goals, heading into action Saturday.
Sedin (back) will return Saturday against the Oilers, NHL.com reports.
As usual, Sedin will slot in alongside his twin brother Henrik in a top-six capacity. Loui Eriksson projects to be the opposite flanker as the Canucks attempt to get stronger in the attacking zone -- Vancouver is ranked eighth on the power play, but tied with Detroit and Columbus for 26th place in goals per game at 2.6.
Sedin is no longer dealing with the back spasms that caused him to miss last Sunday's game.
Sedin appears good to go heading into Saturday's matchup, but that should be confirmed when the lines are released during warmups, if not before then. The veteran winger has been on a bit of a point binge, racking up two goals and three assists over his last four tilts. He should slot back into his normal top-six role with the Canucks on Saturday assuming his back doesn't act up again.
Sedin is dealing with back spasms and won't play in Sunday's game against Minnesota.
With Vancouver about to enter their bye week, this is likely a precautionary measure to help keep the veteran healthy for the stretch run. With Sedin out Michael Chaput will suit up in his absence and Sven Baertschi will likely slot up to the second line, and the 37-year-old will shoot to return for next Saturday's tilt against Edmonton.
Sedin tallied a goal and an assist in a 5-2 loss to the Canadiens on Sunday.
With his goal and helper, the Canucks were able to tie the score in the first few minutes of the third period, but the Canadiens came screaming back and opened things up again. The 37-year-old is far from the player he once was, but Sedin is on pace to surpass his 15 goals and 44 points from a season ago. With a little more lady luck in the shooting percentage department, Sedin could reach the 20-goal mark for the 11th time in his career.
Sedin potted his seventh goal of the season, added an assist and fired eight shots on goal in Tuesday's loss to the Canadiens.
Sedin may be 37 years of age, but the veteran forward is still supplying plenty of goods for fantasy goers. He's racked up 23 points through 35 games and has been quite consistent with his production. He isn't posting monstrous numbers, but Sedin sees first unit power-play time and doesn't go long periods without getting on the scoresheet. The Swedish forward is a safe fantasy play in most formats right now.
Sedin posted three assists, including two on the power play, and six shots on goal during a 4-3 overtime victory against the Sharks on Friday.
The Sedin brothers each had assists on the first three Canucks goals Friday, involving themselves on every score the team had except the overtime winner. This was Daniel's first multi-point night since Nov. 30, but Sedin does have a goal and nine points in the last eight games. He isn't a threat to score 30 goals anymore, but as Friday indicated, he still racks up plenty of assists and power-play points to contribute to fantasy lineups.
Sedin scored his sixth goal of the season and added a helper in Thursday's win over the Predators.
The goal was the 1,000th NHL point for Sedin, who has cemented himself as one of the greatest players in franchise history. The veteran has been a decent fantasy winger this season, notching six goals and 15 points in 26 contests. His tally Thursday came with the man advantage, as it's his role on the first power-play unit that makes him worth owning in many fantasy settings.
Sedin potted his fifth goal of the season and added an assist in Friday's loss to the Devils.
Sedin has recorded multi-point efforts in two of his last three contests, bringing him to five goals and seven assists in 23 games on the season. While he may no longer be the point-per-game player he once was, the 37-year-old is showing that he's still a reliable fantasy winger. Sedin plays on the second line and is still a force with the man advantage, making him worth owning in deep leagues and some shallow formats.
Sedin scored his fourth goal of the season and added a helper in Tuesday's win over the Flyers.
It was one of his better efforts on the season, as Sedin scored a slick breakaway goal and set up Brock Boeser on the power play. The multi-point effort snapped a five-game pointless drought for Sedin, who now has 10 points in 21 games on the season. Expect some inconsistency, but his second-line gig and role on the power play still make him a valuable fantasy option.
Sedin registered a pair of helpers in Tuesday's 5-3 road win over the Flames.
This was Sedin's first multi-point game of the season, and he's inconsistently produced three goals and five assists through 15 games this season. He and twin brother Henrik's best days are behind them, but there's no expiration date on natural talent, so consider them decent, no-frills fantasy options for season-long leagues, with Daniel being the superior option.
Sedin skated a season-low 8:38 in Saturday's win over Pittsburgh.
The torch is being passed. It's clearly time for younger players such as Brock Boeser and Bo Horvat to lead the charge in Vancouver and the twins likely recognize that. Daniel is still locked into a top-six role and playing on the power play, but he's only managed two goals and five points in 13 contests thus far. The veteran will still produce decent numbers, but he's no longer being relied on as one of the team's top players, so it'd be wise to lower your expectations.