Daniel and Henrik Sedin did almost everything together in their playing career. The identical twins will now be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Sedin is the icon of Vancouver Canucks longtime teammate Roberto Luongo, Senator Ottawa Forward, Daniel Alfredson, Finnish Women's Hockey Star, Rika Bariranen, and Black Hockey. He was selected for the Hall of Fame class on Monday with Herb Carnegie.
Canax made Daniel and Henriksedin the second and third comprehensive picks in the 1999 NHL Draft. They joined the league together in 2000, spending their entire 17-year career in Vancouver, with Daniel Sedin playing in the wing and Henrik Sedin playing in the center.
Henriksedin scored 1,070 career points (240 goals, 830 assists) and Daniel scored 1,041 (393 goals, 648 assists). They also starred Sweden at the 2006 Turin Olympics, won the Olympic gold medal and entered the Stanley Cup Finals in 2011, losing seven games to Boston. Henrik Sedin won the 2010 Heart Memorial Trophy as the most valuable player in the league.
Luongo is one of the best goalkeepers of his generation and ranked 4th in the game (1,044) played by the goalkeeper with a win (489) and 2nd with a total save (28,409). It is ranked.
With a 19-year career in the New York Islanders (1999-2000), Florida Panthers (2000-06, 2014-19) and Canax (2006-14), Luongo has a career save rate of .919. The recorded ERA is 2.52. He also won two Olympic gold medals playing in Canada.
Alfredson played 17 of the 18 NHL seasons in Ottawa. His career honors included the 1996 Newcomer Calder Memorial Trophy and the 2013 Mark Messier Leadership Award. He scored 1,157 points (444 goals, 713 assists) in 18 seasons. His last season was the Detroit Red Wings. He holds a senator franchise record with 426 goals, 682 assists and 1,108 points.
Alfredson also won a gold medal at the Olympics and played against the Swedish team Sedin, who won in 2006.
Salinen is the highest scorer of all European women in international competitions. She is a sports net who scored 123 points (63 goals, 60 assists) in the Finnish national team.
Carnegie is considered the best black player to have ever played in the NHL. Due to the color barriers of his league, Carnegie was unable to form a league during the heyday of the 1940s and 1950s. Carnegie, who died in 2012 at the age of 92, was a star forward who spent most of his career in the Quebec Senior Hockey League and founded one of Canada's first hockey schools. The
class will take place on November 14th at Meridian Hall in Toronto.
– Field-level media