Henrik Sedin C VAN 1 Day

Sedin registered two assists in Friday's 5-2 win over the Sabres.

Sedin's assist total now sits at 31, with nine goals added for good measure. He's been ridiculously consistent this season, never going more than three games without notching a point. Sedin is currently on pace to register 70 points this season, and remains a must-start in all formats.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 16 Days

Sedin scored a power-play goal and added a power-play assist Thursday against the Flyers.

The goal came on his only shot of the game, but it was a nice one, as he snapped it right by Ray Emery, then helped Radim Vrbata chase Emery from the game. The Sedin twins had been held off the board in two straight games, but both tallied a pair of points Thursday. Henrik's one ahead of Daniel, and both appear headed for around 70 points on the year.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 28 Days

Sedin scored a pair of empty-net goals and added an assist in Saturday's win over Detroit.

Sedin now has eight points in his past six games, putting him at eight goals and 34 points in 37 games on the season. The 34-year-old has been an assist-machine this season, registering 26 helpers -- sixth most in the NHL. Aside from a recent three-game scoring drought in mid-December, Sedin has been super consistent this season, never going more than two games without registering a point. His consistency and 70-80-point potential makes him a must-start every game.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 1 Month

Sedin picked up a pair of assists in Tuesday's win over Phoenix.

After being held off the score sheet for three consecutive games, Sedin has now grabbed three assists in the Canucks' last two games. Sedin continues to be a valuable fantasy commodity for his owners, racking up six goals and 23 assists in 33 games with a plus-6 rating. Fantasy owners can continue to plug Sedin into their lineup without hesitation.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 2 Months

Sedin picked up an assist for the second straight game in Sunday's loss to Ottawa.

Sedin has been a consistent fantasy gem this season, racking up six goals and 26 points in 28 games, to go with a plus-7 rating. Considering he has only been held off the scoresheet eight times in 2014-15, Sedin is a must-start every game. Keep him rolling.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 2 Months

Sedin picked up a pair of power-play assists in Tuesday's win over Washington.

Not unusually, Henrik didn't manage a shot on goal. He assisted on both of brother Daniel's tallies, and the twins are now tied with six goals and 18 assists each. Of course they are.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 2 Months

Sedin picked up a pair of assists in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Oilers.

He now has 19 points on the season, which is -- unsurprisingly -- an identical point total to his identical twin, Daniel. The veteran Sedins have looked great beside sniping winger Radim Vrbata this year, and their early-season revitalization appears to be for real as Vancouver heads into the second quarter of the season.

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Sedin picked up a pair of assists and went plus-1 in Tuesday's overtime win over the Senators.

Naturally, both of his points came alongside his brother, and Henrik assisted on Daniel's game-winning goal in the final minute of the extra frame. He'd gone scoreless in the prior two games entering Tuesday's action -- the only time this year he's gone without a point in back-to-back contests.

Henrik Sedin C VAN 3 Months

Sedin extended his point streak to four games after netting a goal in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Capitals.

The Canucks' top line of Sedin, his brother Daniel and Radim Vrbata has been among the NHL's best for the first three weeks of the season, with all three players producing 10 or more points in the team's eight games. Assuming health permits for the usually durable Sedin, he'll have a great chance at reversing the four-year decline in his point-per-game production, though it's probably unrealistic to expect him to reemerge as a 100-point contributor.

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Sedin continued his early-season magic with brother Daniel and winger Radim Vrbata on Friday, tallying a pair of assists in a win over Edmonton.

The Canucks' top line has now combined for a whopping 17 points in their first three games with the twins looking like their old selves alongside Vrbata, who departed Arizona to sign in Vancouver this summer. If the trio can show they're capable of producing like this at least somewhat consistently against teams other than the lowly Oilers -- who the Canucks have played twice already -- then Sedin and his brother could prove to be two of the bigger fantasy steals this season.