Daniel Sedin (born September 26, 1980) is a Swedish former professional ice hockey winger. He played a total of 17 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL). He spent his entire NHL career with the Vancouver Canucks playing alongside his identical twin brother Henrik. Born and raised in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, they played together throughout their careers; the pair were known for their effectiveness playing off one another. Daniel was known as a goal-scorer, while Henrik was known as a playmaker.
|Hockey Hall of Fame, 2020|
26 September 1980|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Weight||187 lb (85 kg; 13 st 5 lb)|
2nd overall, 1999|
On April 5, 2018, the Sedin twins played their last game together in Rogers Arena against the Arizona Coyotes. Daniel played his last game on April 7, 2018 and retired alongside his brother after the 2017–18 NHL season. The Sedins both won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy at the end of the season, making it the first time two brothers shared the trophy.
On February 12, 2020, a ceremony took place which celebrated the Sedins' career. During the event, Daniel's jersey number 22 and Henrik's number 33 were retired and raised to the rafters of Rogers Arena.  On 28 June 2022, Daniel and Henrik became the first Canucks inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. 
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*All statistics taken from NHL.com
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|Art Ross Trophy (NHL regular season scoring leader)||2011|
|Golden Puck (SEL player of the year)||1999 (shared with Henrik Sedin)|
|Olympic gold medal (with Sweden)||2006|
|Cyrus H. McLean Trophy (Vancouver Canucks' leading point-scorer)||2007, 2009 and 2011|
|Cyclone Taylor Award (Vancouver Canucks' MVP)||2011|
|NHL All-Star Game||2011|
|NHL Second All-Star Team||2010|
|NHL Second Star of the Month||March 2011|
|NHL First Star of the Week||October 13, 2008|
January 10, 2011
|NHL Second Star of the Week||March 30, 2009|
December 14, 2009
March 14, 2011
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