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Benns set to become 15th brother combination in NHL

Tuesday, 01.03.2012 / 5:00 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  / At the Rink blog

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Benns set to become 15th brother combination in NHL
With defenseman Jordie Benn set to make his NHL debut tonight for the Dallas Stars, joining brother Jamie Benn, a forward on the team, it brings to 15 the number of brother combinations currently playing in the League.

The Benns joined Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin as the only current set of brothers playing on the same team. While the Sedins are twins, Jamie Benn is actually two years younger than Jordie, despite already being a veteran of 188 NHL games.

Here is the full list of brothers playing in the League:

Foligno (Nick, Ottawa and Marcus, Buffalo)

Koivu (Saku, Anaheim and Mikko, Minnesota)

Kostitsyn (Sergei, Nashville and Andrei, Montreal)

Michalek (Zbynek, Pittsburgh and Milan, Ottawa)

Miller
(Ryan, Buffalo and Drew, Detroit)

O'Reilly (Ryan, Colorado and Cal, Phoenix)

Pyatt (Tom, Tampa Bay and Taylor, Phoenix)

Schenn (Luke, Toronto and Brayden, Philadelphia)

Sedin (Henrik and Daniel, Vancouver)

Sestito (Tom, Philadelphia and Tim, New Jersey)

Staal (Jordan, Pittsburgh; Eric, Carolina and Marc, NY Rangers)

Stewart
(Chris, St. Louis and Anthony, Carolina)

Stuart (Mark, Winnipeg and Colin, Buffalo)

Wellwood
(Kyle, Winnipeg and Eric, Philadelphia)
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