VANCOUVER - As each season passes, Daniel and Henrik Sedin clearly understand their time to win it all is running out. They hear the clock ticking. They feel the pressure mounting.
As the second- and third-oldest players on the Vancouver Canucks, the superstar pair aren't naive to the fact that their proverbial window of opportunity is closing. After all, at 32-years-old, and with their contracts expiring at the end of next season, the twins are in the latter half of two illustrious careers — although ones that have yet to be adorned with the National Hockey League's ultimate prize, the Stanley Cup.