Can you name all 57 players who have scored a goal assisted by both Sedins? [QUIZ]

Pass it to Bulis

After 18 years and 16-and-a-half seasons, Daniel and Henrik Sedin are hanging up their skates. They have had incredibly unique careers: never mind that they’re identical twins, have any two players ever spent 18 years not only with the same team, but on the same line?

Thanks to playing their entire careers together, as well as their cycling style, an inordinate number of Canucks goals have been scored with assists from both Daniel and Henrik.

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Way back during the 2012 lockout, PITB created a quiz asking you to name every player on the Canucks who had scored a goal assisted by both Sedins. Back then, it was only 39 players, but the quiz was still brutally difficult. It hasn’t gotten any easier.

Since then, 18 more Canucks have scored goals assisted by both Sedins for a total of 57 players. I want you to try to name every single one of them.

There are a couple things to help make it a little easier for you: You only need to type the last name of the player, though it does need to be spelled correctly. The players are listed in alphabetical order by last name. I’ve listed the years they played for the Canucks as well as how many goals they scored assisted by both Sedins.

I’ll even give you one: Alex Burrows is the guy who scored 50 goals assisted by both Sedins. That’s 50 out of his 193 goals as a Vancouver Canuck assisted by not one, but two Sedins. Incredible.

Good luck and be sure to post your results in the comments below!

And hey: no cheating. Finish the quiz before reading the comments and no googling.

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