They've been connected their whole lives and teammates their entire NHL careers, so why stop now? On Friday (Nov. 1, 2013), Henrik and Daniel Sedin signed matching four-year contracts with the Vancouver Canucks, according to general manager Mike Gillis, a team they've played for since entering the league in 2000. The 33-year-old Swedes' deals are worth $28 million apiece. In 1999, the Sedin twins were regarded as two of the top prospects in the league and requested to play together, which led the Canucks to make a series of trades to grab them with the second and third overall picks. They both won gold with Team Sweden at the Turin Olympics in 2006. In honor of the Sedins, SI presents a gallery of other notable twins in sports.