Sedin twins top NHL scoring again

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - There is a familiar face atop the NHL scoring race. But the league will still have to engrave a new name on the Art Ross Trophy for its leading scorer.

One year after Henrik Sedin led the league with 112 points, twin brother Daniel finished atop the NHL with 104 points, becoming the first brothers to win the Art Ross Trophy in consecutive seasons.

Siblings have claimed NHL scoring titles in the past - Roy Conacher won in 1949 after Charlie Conacher in 1934 and 1935; Doug Bentley topped the league in 1943, followed by Max Bentley in 1946 and 1947 - but none were able to do it back-to-back.