Vancouver Canucks Free Agency: 5 Reasons UFAs Will Sign Here

Apr 15, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks fans celebrate forward Bo Horvat (53) goal against Calgary Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller (1) (not pictured) during the second period in game one of the first round of the the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 15, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks fans celebrate forward Bo Horvat (53) goal against Calgary Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller (1) (not pictured) during the second period in game one of the first round of the the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports /
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Nov 22, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin (22) and center Henrik Sedin (33) against the New Jersey Devils at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports /

Reason #1: An opportunity to witness what Sedinery means up close.

Playing on a team that features elite players is an everyday experience for players in the NHL. Playing with the Sedins is a once in a lifetime experience. There are no two players who share a bond on the ice quite like the Sedin twins.

Whether a player gets to play on their line or simply admire from the bench while playing on another line, they will learn what it means to give their all to this game every night. They will see Sedinery defined up close, a chemistry that is near impossible to understand and always captivating.

Henrik and Daniel Sedin are class acts both on and off the ice. Every single player who has ever played with them, is in awe of their work ethic in every aspect of their game.

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The Sedins still have a few good years left before they retire and they will lead the way for any player who signs a contract to play with the Vancouver Canucks. The prospect of playing with not one, but two future hall of fame players is an alluring possibility.