Daniel Sedin LW VAN 2 Months

Sedin dished out a trio of assists in Saturday's win over the Red Wings.

Sedin now has nine points in his last six games, giving him eight goals and 35 points in 37 games on the season. While he's only on pace for 17 goals, the 34-year-old is still on track for 75 points, making him a must-start every game. He's been an all-around fantasy stud this season, notching three power-play tallies, three game-winning goals, 91 shots on goal, and a tidy plus-5 rating.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 2 Months

Sedin scored a goal and grabbed an assist in Monday's win over Phoenix.

Sedin has been surging lately, putting up four points in the Canucks' last two games combined. Sedin now has eight goals and 22 assists with a plus-4 rating through 33 games this season. As long as he remains healthy, Sedin is a must start every night he's in action.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 2 Months

Sedin picked up a pair of assists in Saturday's win over the Flames.

A much needed offensive outburst from Sedin, who had gone three straight games without appearing on the scoresheet. Sedin now has seven goals and 28 points in 32 games, to go with a plus-3 rating. He should be in your lineup every night he's in action.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 3 Months

Sedin picked up an assist and was a plus-2 in Sunday's loss to Ottawa.

The beat goes on for Sedin, who has racked up three goals and five points in his last four games. While he is on pace for only 20 goals, Sedin's 26 points in 28 games make him a must start every night the Canucks take to the ice. He could reach the 80-point mark for the fourth time in his career this season.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 3 Months

Sedin ended his seven-game goal-scoring slump in a big way Tuesday, picking up two goals and an assist -- all on the power play.

Formerly a near-perennial 30-goal man, Sedin managed just 28 total goals over the last two seasons (although one of those seasons was shortened by the lockout), and he's been off to a slow start this year too. Daniel had managed just four goals in 24 games entering Tuesday's action, though he's been an effective puck distributor all year long. The Sedins are tied with six goals and 18 helpers each. It's almost like they're twins.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 3 Months

Sedin dished out three helpers in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Oilers, skating to a plus-2 with two shots on goal.

The point-per-game surge continues for Daniel, who now has 19 points in 19 games. He's looking more and more like one of the bigger bounce-back picks this season, after the mediocrity of 2013-14's 47-point campaign dropped his stock in this season's fantasy drafts.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 4 Months

Sedin scored the game-winning goal in overtime and picked up a regulation assist Tuesday against the Senators.

The nice night snaps a fairly deep slump for Daniel, who'd managed no goals and two assists over his last six games. Despite that, he's still pulling nearly a point-per-game pace.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 4 Months

Sedin scored Thursday's game-winning goal against Montreal on an overtime power play off a feed from his brother Henrik.

It's just the winger's third goal of the year, but that modest total has been offset with nine assists, giving him a cool dozen points in 10 games so far. Although his goal-scoring production has been down over the last couple seasons, Daniel could return to his 30-goal ways this year, as the twins have looked revitalized.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 4 Months

Sedin netted a goal and an assist in Friday's loss to the Avalanche.

It was a horrible outing for the Canucks, but Sedin managed to be productive, also recording six shots on goal. He has looked great so far this season, sitting fifth in league scoring with two goals and 10 points in seven games. Keep rolling him, as he should continue to produce on a dynamic first line also featuring his brother Henrik and Radim Vrbata.

Daniel Sedin LW VAN 4 Months

Sedin extended his early-season point streak to three games and six points Friday, notching a goal and an assist in a win over the Oilers.

Can you say "bounce back?" The twins have looked revitalized beside their new winger Radim Vrbata, as the trio have now hooked up for 17 points in Vancouver's first three games. After a disastrous season in 2013-14 under head coach John Tortorella that saw Sedin post his lowest point total in nearly a decade (47 in 73 games), the 34-year-old twins seem poised for a nice rebound this year.