Henrik Sedin becomes Canucks' all-time leader in games played
The Vancouver Canucks are celebrating for more than one reason Saturday.
In addition to honoring their 1994 team with a retro night, Saturday's game saw captain Henrik Sedin become the Canucks' franchise leader in games played.
With 1,141 games now under his belt in Vancouver, Sedin moved one game ahead of former Canucks captain - and the team's current president of hockey operations - Trevor Linden for the all-time lead.
Sedin's 734 career assists and 954 points also rank first all-time for the franchise.