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Sedins unable to help Canucks in 4-0 Game 4 loss

- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 8, 2011

BOSTON (AP) - The twins sat there in their matching outfits, unable to do much of anything for the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals.

Henrik and Daniel Sedin might as well have been the Green Men.

After taking turns winning the NHL's scoring title over the past two seasons, the Sedins are coming up empty in the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins. They have combined for just two points in the first four games _ a big reason why the Canucks are heading back to Vancouver with the series tied 2-2.

Henrik Sedin won the Hart Trophy for the league's MVP last season, when he had 29 goals and 83 assists to lead the NHL in scoring. This season, Daniel led the league with 104 points for the highest-scoring team in the league and the Presidents' Trophy winner with the best regular-season record.

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