The word on the street and in the news regarding Henrik Sedin's fitness for the Hart Trophy. A decidedly biased list! go to the Fan Voices page to view fan opinions and remember to voice your own opinion by clicking on the ADD YOUR VOICE button in the right sidebar.


    He did it! The voting was close, but Henrik Sedin is the NHL's most valuable player for 2010!

  • Hank is a finalist for the Lindsay Trophy

    The award, formerly known as the Lester B. Pearson award, is handed out to the NHL's most outstanding player. Henrik, Crosby, and Ovechkin are this year's finalists.

  • Poll: Hart Trophy Finalists

    "Now if it were up to me, my finalists would be Ilya Bryzgalov (my winner), Henrik Sedin, and Ryan Miller." UPDATE: Hank wins!

  • NHL Hart Trophy review video

    Highlights of Henrik Sedin, Sidney Crosby, and Alex Ovechkin's seasons.

  • Henrik, Ovechkin, and Crosby

    The finalists are announced! "The winner of the trophy will be announced at the 2010 NHL Awards, to be held in Las Vegas on June 23. The ceremony will be broadcast live from the Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms Hotel Las Vegas on VERSUS in the United States and CBC in Canada."

  • Hart finalists announced live today on NHL Live

    Follow the announcements!

  • Hank gets the go ahead goal in game 4
    ATY Creative

    What a game! Henrik breaks the 4-4 tie with an incredible goal and Vancouver wins the game by two after a Kesler empty-netter.

  • 2010 award finalists: dates

    Hart Trophy finalists for 2010 will be announced on April 29!

  • Sedin should get the Hart nod

    ...this should be Sedin's year. Henrik is being thrust into the spotlight because he won the Art Ross, but it goes deeper than that. There's a reason that the Vancouver Canucks did everything possible to keep the twins. It's the same reason Brian Burke travelled to Sweden to knock on their doors at 12:01 am (ET) last July 1; the same reason the Montreal Canadiens were also ready to throw a wad of cash at them.

  • Henrik deserves respect

    For years now, Henrik and twin brother Daniel have been very good players and by far the most productive Canucks, but until this season, they have yet to be recognized as superstar players league-wide. This season however, there is no disputing the fact that the Sedins are all that and more, and Henrik in particular, is well on his way to having a Hart Trophy worthy season.

  • Henrik shows a lot of Hart
    The Vancouver Sun

    ...And let's take it a step further. If he wins the Art Ross — and even if he doesn't — should Sedin not be seriously considered for the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player?...

  • A Hart For Henrik? Here's one vote
    The Province

    I will be voting for Henrik Sedin for the Hart Trophy. I will be voting for Henrik because Roberto Luongo is 18th in save percentage and 19th in GAA, and the Canucks still won their division with 49 wins, tying a franchise record.

  • Henrik a worthy Hart Candidate
    The Toronto Sun

    VANCOUVER -- To say Henrik Sedin is having a great season is an understatement. To suggest that he might go where no Canuck has ever gone before is not too far-fetched.