Henrik Sedin Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Henrik Sedin jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. Vancouver Canucks and Tre Kronor Team Sweden jerseys. Vintage throwback, third jerseys and more. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids & women's styles in stock.

New NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver size 56 or XXL

New NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver size 56 or XXL
$40.00

33 Henrik Sedin VANCOUVER CANUCKS Alternate JERSEY Reebok Blue Size Medium M

33 Henrik Sedin VANCOUVER CANUCKS Alternate JERSEY Reebok Blue Size Medium M
$59.99

Vancouver Millionaires Henrik Sedin Reebok CCM jersey mens size 52 Canucks NWT

Vancouver Millionaires Henrik Sedin Reebok CCM jersey mens size 52 Canucks NWT
$99.99

Reebok Womens Premier NHL Jersey Canucks Henrik Sedin Blue sz XL

Reebok Womens Premier NHL Jersey Canucks Henrik Sedin Blue sz XL
$49.99

RARE NHL Henrik Sedin 2011 ALL STAR GAME Hockey Jersey Vancouver Canucks LARGE

RARE NHL Henrik Sedin 2011 ALL STAR GAME Hockey Jersey Vancouver Canucks LARGE
$144.99

AUTHENTIC Reebok HENRIK SEDIN Vancouver Canucks Replica Jersey YOUTH L XL nhl

AUTHENTIC Reebok HENRIK SEDIN Vancouver Canucks Replica Jersey YOUTH L XL nhl
$39.99

Vancouver Millionaires Henrik Sedin Reebok CCM jersey mens size 56 Canucks

Vancouver Millionaires Henrik Sedin Reebok CCM jersey mens size 56 Canucks
$99.95

New NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver Canucks Large 2XL Shark

New NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver Canucks Large 2XL Shark
$79.99

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Reebok Youth Home Replica Captains Jersey Blue

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Reebok Youth Home Replica Captains Jersey Blue
$51.99

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Jersey Adult Medium

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Jersey Adult Medium
$30.00

NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver Canucks XL 2XL Stick

NHL Reebok Henrik Sedin Hockey Jersey 33 Vancouver Canucks XL 2XL Stick
$79.99

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Reebok Cross Check Premier Fashion Jersey NHL

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks Reebok Cross Check Premier Fashion Jersey NHL
$99.99

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER MILLIONAIRES NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER MILLIONAIRES NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER
$119.66

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER CANUCKS THIRD REEBOK PREMIER HOCKEY JERSEY SIZE LARGE

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER CANUCKS THIRD REEBOK PREMIER HOCKEY JERSEY SIZE LARGE
$119.66

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo

Henrik Sedin Vancouver Canucks 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo
$69.99

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW 3RD JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER

HENRIK SEDIN VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW 3RD JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER
$143.60



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More About Henrik Sedin Jerseys

Though he may not have the flash and dash of some of the NHL's more flamboyant superstars like Alexander Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby and Ilya Kovalchuk there is no disputing this Swedish star has world class talent. Over the past several years Henrik and brother Daniel Sedin have been one of the most dominant one-two punches in the league, consistently putting up points while chewing up time on their relentless down-low cycle. However, this past season Henrik had a career year, leading the league in scoring and capturing the first Hart Trophy in Vancouver Canucks history. As a result his popularity among faithful Canucks fans has skyrocketed and Henrik Sedin jerseys are one of the most sought after commodities in the city right now.

Henrik began his professional hockey career with Modo of the Swedish Elite League. He and twin brother Daniel would improve rapidly, earning co-honors in 1999 as Swedish player of the year. That same year the brothers were selected 2nd and 3rd overall in the NHL Entry Draft by Canucks' GM Brian Burke who'd done some wheeling and dealing to ensure the brothers could stay together.

Though he was a highly touted rookie Henrik struggled through his first four seasons with the Canucks, scoring only 44 goals during that span. To be fair he is a natural playmaker, and his assists total was more respectable. Still, both he and his brother, highly touted prospects were seen as underachieving in those early years and fans frustrated by their slow progress consistently suggested that one or both of the brothers should be traded.

Henrik Comes Back From the NHL Lockout a New Player

In the 2004-05 season when the NHL locked out the players due to a protracted battle over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, Henrik returned to Sweden to star for Modo. The return to his home country seemed to speed his maturation process as a hockey player, for when he returned to the NHL he was suddenly ready to assume the mantle of superstar.

In the 2005-06 season he nearly doubled his previous best season points total, racking up 75 points. Over the next 3 seasons he would remain a consistent point a game player, and he and Daniel started to consistently show up on the highlight reel with spectacular plays that had fans wondering if the twins really could read each other's minds.

Henrik Wins the Art Ross and the Hart

The 2009-10 season for Henrik was arguably the greatest single season by any player in a Vancouver Canucks uniform. Sure, Pavel Bure had back to back 60 goal seasons with the club, but even the Russian Rocket never captured two of the NHL's biggest awards in one season. Henrik battled all season long with Alexander Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby and Nicklas Backstrom for the league lead in points, and when the dust settled it was the silent Swede who reigned supreme.

Big things were expected for the Canucks going into the playoffs, but after they dispatched Drew Doughty and the Los Angeles Kings in the first round the run ended for Henrik and the Canucks. Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, Patrick Kane, Dustin Byfuglien and the rest of the Chicago Blackhawks were slightly too much for the Nucks, and Henrik and crew were sent packing in the quarterfinals, ousted in 6 games by the eventual Stanley Cup champs.

Though the playoff loss was understandably a huge downer for Sedin, he did have one more reason to celebrate awaiting him. In June at the annual NHL awards, Sedin came away with the Hart Trophy, an award that many believed would go to Ovechkin for the third straight year, becoming the first Canuck to ever win MVP honors.

Henrik Sedin's International Career

Along with his duties with the Vancouver Canucks, Henrik has also been a dedicated member of the Swedish National Team, donning a Henrik Sedin Tre Kronor jersey on numerous occasions through the years at World Juniors, World Championships and Olympic Winter Games. The highlight of his international career to date came at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Sedin and his brother starred alongside Nicklas Lidstrom, Mats Sundin, Peter Forsberg and Henrik Lundqvist as the Swedes captured Olympic gold over their Scandinavian rivals from Finland.

Can Henrik Sedin repeat his incredible year, or even improve upon it this season? Time will tell, but Vancouver fans are crossing their fingers and snapping up Henrik Sedin jerseys left and right to help support their superstar to a second straight Art Ross Trophy and hopefully a Stanley Cup championship.