Daniel Sedin hasn't had a particularly great series, registering only four points, but that hasn't stopped the Canucks' winger from making a bold prediction about the outcome of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals.
Sedin had two assists in the Canucks' 5-2 loss to the Bruins on Monday. In addition, Sedin had one goal and an assist in Game 2 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals - a 3-2 win for Vancouver.
In 82 regular season games, Sedin had 41 goals and 63 assists, totaling a career-high 104 points. This postseason, Sedin is tied for the team lead in goals with nine and has 11 assists (20 points).
Henrik Sedin, Daniel's brother, is the Canucks' leader in points in the playoffs with 22 (three goals, 19 assists), but did not record a single point in the Cup Final until Monday night's loss, when he scored a goal.