Daniel was the Vancouver Canucks leading scorer in the 2007 and 2009 seasons. As a result, he was awarded the Cyrus H. McLean Trophy, a Canucks team award given to the leading point scorer.
He was also a part of the 2006 Swedish Olympic team that won a gold medal in Turin.
Henrik was also a part of the 2006 Sweden Olympic team. He has won three straight McLean trophies (2008, 2009, and 2010). He was also named the team MVP in 2010 and was awarded the Cyclone Taylor Trophy, another Canucks team award.
This year, Henrik captured his first Art Ross and Hart Memorial Trophies.
Aside from their two Stanley Cups, the Staals have had success in other award categories.
Jordan was named the Penguins Rookie of the Year in 2007, a title he shared with Evgeni Malkin. He was also nominated for the Calder Memorial Trophy in 2007 (lost to Malkin) and the Selke Trophy in 2010 (lost to Pavel Datsyuk).
Eric is a three time NHL All-Star and has participated in the 2007, 2008, and 2009 events. In the 2008 All-Star Game, he was named the game's MVP after scoring three points in the game.
Eric was also a part of the 2010 Canadian Olympic team that defeated the USA team in one of the best gold medal games of all-time. He is now a member of the NHL's Triple Gold Club, which is reserved for players that have won a World Championship gold medal, an Olympic gold medal, and a Stanley Cup.
This is another even category because I feel it is too hard to place a gold medal over a Stanley Cup, and vice versa. NHL players themselves are often honored to win one or the other, let alone both.
What should take precedence? The Staals and their two Stanley Cups? The Sedins and their two gold medals?
I am interested in seeing the discussion on this slide.