hey've won over their peers, Swedish royalty, most fans in North America and back in their homeland, and the statisticians.

They've yet to win a Stanley Cup and they hope to change that.

What the twins aren't about to change is anything about the way they play.

"We prepare the same as we did last year and just hope we can help the team win," Daniel Sedin, the reigning scoring champion and most valuable player in the NHL, said on Monday. "Obviously I'd like to have the same kind of season I had last year, but it's tough.

"You have to be healthy, and our team was really rolling last year and that makes it easier for an individual player to have a good year."