Daniel Sedin scores twice, sets milestone in Canucks' win over Boston

Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin netted the game-winning goal and added an insurance marker in the third period of Thursday night's 4-2 win over Boston, making him the leading goal scorer in Canucks' history.

What It Means:

Sedin's pair of third-period goals not only boosted Vancouver past Boston in a rematch of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final, but they pushed him past Markus Naslund for the franchise lead in goals with 347.

Sedin has 21 goals and 43 points in 48 games this season. We project him to maintain a near point-per-game clip as we forecast him to record 33 points over the final 34 games. His 50.1 Corsi For Percentage and 3.6 Relative Corsi For Percentage at Even Strength are both career-worst numbers.