In 2009, the twins both played all 82 games, registering 82 points a piece. Daniel finished with 31 goals, while Henrik was the playmaker with 60 assists. This put them 22nd and 23rd in pool rankings, which would make them some top picks in any fantasy pool.
|Daniel Sedin||Kevin Bieksa||Roberto Luongo|
|Henrik Sedin||Alex Edler|
|Ryan Kesler||Sami Salo|
|Pavol Demitra||Willie Mitchell|
With this new deal for the twins, this puts the Canucks in the books at $48 million against the cap for 15 players for the 2010 season. That's a $3.2 million average for the 15 players and gives them an average of $1.1 million to work with for the remaining 8 players for a 23-man line-up. That certainly isn't great shape, but it isn't the worst shape either.