Move Over NHL MVP, It’s Time for the MVH: Most Valuable Henrik

April 19th, 2010 by Frank Castaldi Leave a reply »
Sorry Henrik Tallinder, you won't be part of this discussion. Nope, this award will be going to one of the three uber-valuable Henriks in the NHL.

Each one of these men are crucial to their respective club's performance on a nightly basis. Much like a traditional MVP, but these three men all have one thing in common, well, two things in common: they each are studly Swedes and each share the exceptional name of Henrik.

If you haven't put the pieces together by now, I'm talking about Henrik Sedin, Henrik Zetterberg, and last but certainly not least, Henrik Lundqvist.

Take away one of these guys from their team, and the dynamic of their performance is drastically altered.

So let's take a look.

First, we have this year's Art Ross trophy winner, Henrik Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks.

After signing a nice five year, $30.5 million deal along with this twin brother Daniel during the offseason, this Henrik had a lot to prove.

For quite some time, Sedin had been on the cusp of breaking out. He set career highs in points last year with 82, and finally cracked the 20s marker for goals scored, lighting  the ...

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