Dennis Seidenberg  knows what the main assignment for him and Zdeno Chara  is going to be in the Stanley Cup  finals — contain Daniel and Henrik Sedin . It certainly isn’t going to be easy, but Seidenberg said he’s looking forward to the test.
“I love shutting down those guys, trying to at least,” Seidenberg said. “There’s nothing better than having a big challenge ahead of you.”
The Sedins can make their opponent look like a JV team with their ability to possess the puck for entire shifts at a time. They always know where the other is, and the two of them make no-look and indirect passes seem easy. Eventually, they wear their opponent down to the point where someone ends up open in a quality scoring area.
Seidenberg said the key in defending the Sedins is to not get caught chasing them around.
“You want to try to not be over-aggressive, because once you do that, they spin off of you,” Seidenberg said. “They’re really good at finding each other with the give-and-gos and the blind pass behind the back. So that’s a real challenge for us, to be aggressive without being stupid about it. We have to be smart in our defensive play.”