Right now, the Vancouver Canucks look like they can't be stopped.

Led by twins Henrik and Daniel Sedin, the Canucks have won seven games in a row, and just clinched a playoff birth.

The Canucks have 103 points in the Western Conference, while second-place Detroit has 92.

Last year's Hart Trophy winner Henrik Sedin may see his twin hoist the trophy this June.

Daniel Sedin is the best player on perhaps the best team in hockey, and his statistics strengthen his case for the MVP award. He leads the NHL in points, and is second to Steven Stamkos in goals.

Meanwhile, Roberto Luongo continues to be among the best goalies in the NHL. He has the fourth-best goal-against average in the NHL and is third in save percentage.

26-year-old center Ryan Kesler is having his best season in the NHL. The former first-round pick is tied for third in goals scored with 36, only two behind teammate Daniel Sedin.

These are indeed good times for the Canucks.

The next milestone is wrapping up home-ice advantage with 10 games remaining.