Role models for all hockey players on and off the ice for almost two decades, the Sedin twins were particularly influential young Swedish players like de la Rose.
It couldn't have been scripted any better.
From a hometown to his No. 33, it's clear that Vancouver is immensely meaningful to Henrik Sedin in this week’s Player Q&A.
Henrik and Daniel Sedin persevered to elevate themselves among the NHL's most dominant players for nearly a decade.
Going up against the best hockey players on the planet doesn’t bring out the nerves in Jacob de la Rose. Watching the horse he co-owns with another NHLer compete? That’s an entirely different story.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams has been a proud supporter of grassroots hockey since the inception of the player's program in 1999. Hear more about the program from the players themselves!
From Swedish meatballs and IKEA furniture to beloved Muppets character, the Swedish Chef, Swedish NHL'ers confirm or debunk what many North Americans consider to be staples in Sweden.
Vancouver Canucks teammates reflect on Henrik Sedin's accomplishments on and off the ice, after the captain netted his 1,000th career NHL point on January 20.
Henrik Sedin has reached the 1,000 NHL career-point milestone – all with the Vancouver Canucks.
When both your shoes get stuck on top of a light fixture, it’s nice to have your teammates nearby to help save the day.
Daniel and Henrik Sedin are hoping to celebrate a win of a different kind with their star horse, Nahar, one night before Sweden begins their quest for World Cup of Hockey gold.
Though they have been members of the Canucks their entire careers, it is not just hockey that defines Daniel and Henrik Sedin’s relationship with Vancouver.
Daniel & Henrik, together with their wives Marinette and Johanna, have created the Sedin Family Foundation in support of families & children in British Columbia
Daniel and Henrik Sedin recently surprised a Vancouver Triple A Midget team after a tough loss.
With six points in the past two games, Henrik has turned it on when the Canucks have needed him the most.
Canucks captain, Henrik Sedin eager to feel the intensity of the 2011 NHL playoffs in Vancouver
From the Olympics to the Stanley Cup Final, NHLPA members created the memories for hockey in 2010
Crosby, Ovechkin, Backstrom and Karlsson highlight the first playoff edition of the Weekly Review
Henrik Sedin is leading the scoring race & the Canucks as the playoffs draw near
Lundqvist the backbone as Sweden looks to repeat as Olympic champions