BOSTON (AP) -- Daniel Sedin was less concerned with making history than he was getting a win.
In theVancouver Canucks' 4-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night, Sedin accomplished both. He became the Canucks' career leader in goals with 348, scoring twice in the third period.
"It's more about the two points, I think," Sedin said. "(You) look at the standings every day and you try to stay away from it, but every point is huge."