With the NHL trade deadline approaching, Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has some potentially tough decisions to make.

Chief among them is the future of Daniel and Henrik Sedin. The twins stated that they’ll try to help the Canucks with their decision, but no real progress has been made.

Speaking on The Program on Sportsnet 650 on Friday, Benning said that the team reached out to the Sedins’ agent, but he has not responded yet.

“We contacted their agents last week just to kind of get a feel for where they’re at and what they’re thinking going into the trade deadline so we kind of know at the end of the year what their plan is for next year,” said Benning. “I haven’t heard back yet from J.P. Barry, but when he gets back to me, we’ll have a better understanding as to what the plan is going forward.”