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Daniel Sedin ties Naslund for Canucks goals record

by Kevin Woodley

VANCOUVER -- Daniel Sedin scored twice and tied the Vancouver Canucks record for career goals at 346 in a 3-2 overtime win against the Florida Panthers on Monday.


Team Player Total
Anaheim Teemu Selanne 457
Shane Doan 383
Boston John Bucyk 545
Buffalo Gilbert Perreault 512
Jarome Iginla 525
Ron Francis 382
Chicago Bobby Hull 604
Joe Sakic 625
Columbus Rick Nash 289
Mike Modano 557
Detroit Gordie Howe 786
Edmonton Wayne Gretzky 583
Florida Olli Jokinen 188
Los Angeles Luc Robitaille 557
Minnesota Marian Gaborik 219
Montreal Maurice Richard 544
Nashville David Legwand 210
New Jersey (Colorado/K.C.) Patrik Elias 407
NY Islanders Mike Bossy 573
NY Rangers Rod Gilbert 406
Ottawa Daniel Alfredsson 426
Philadelphia Bill Barber 420
Pittsburgh Mario Lemieux 690
St. Louis Brett Hull 527
San Jose Patrick Marleau 470
Tampa Bay Vincent Lecavalier 383
Toronto Mats Sundin 420
Vancouver Daniel Sedin/
Markus Naslund
Washington Alex Ovechkin 501
Ilya Kovalchuk 328

Sedin scored at 5:41 of the second period and on the power play at 2:21 of overtime to tie the mark established by Markus Naslund, who played for Vancouver from 1996-2008.

Naslund was Canucks captain when Daniel and twin brother Henrik Sedin made their NHL debuts on Oct. 5, 2000.

"He was an idol growing up," Daniel said. "He meant so much to us coming into this league. He's a better goal-scorer than me, no question about that. It's more about how many games I played. He will always be the No. 1 in the goal department."

Daniel Sedin scored his 346 goals in 1,103 games, all with the Canucks, who made him the No. 2 pick in the 1999 NHL Draft.

Naslund scored his in 884 games for Vancouver, which acquired him in a trade with the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 20, 1996.

Daniel, a left wing, has 19 goals in 43 games this season; he had 20 in 82 games last season.

He admitted it felt good to finally beat Henrik to one of Naslund's Canucks records.

"Exactly," Daniel said. "You should mention that too."

Henrik Sedin leads the Canucks with 949 points; Daniel is second with 921. Daniel holds the record for power-play goals (120) and game-winning goals (76).

Naslund had 10 hat tricks; Daniel has six.

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