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- The Canucks were victorious in a close first-round series against the rival Calgary Flames; the series needed all seven games.
- The Canucks were eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks in the second round of the NHL playoffs.
- The Canucks are led by the Sedin twins, Henrik and Daniel, and with luck, goalie Roberto Luongo will bounce back from a poor Olympic showing.
- The Canucks were far from the best team in the NHL this season.
- Crazy Canucks was a TV film named after and based on the events of the team.
- On Friday, May 25, 2007, the Canucks and Sportsnet signed a multi-year contract that will keep the channel as the club's primary broadcaster.
- NOTES: Canucks D Sami Salo assisted on Samuelsson's goal in his return to the lineup after missing four games because of a groin injury.
- Linden scored his team-record 674th point with the Canucks on March 8, 2004.
- Randy Gregg was waived prior to the season starting, and he chose to retire rather than report to the Canucks, the team that claimed him.
- Prior to the start of the 2006–07 season, Panthers general manager Mike Keenan traded Luongo to the Vancouver Canucks on June 23, 2006.
- Martin finished his career with the Vancouver Canucks in 1979, totaling 324 goals and 809 points in 1,101 contests.
- The Canucks faced a dangerous opponent in the opening round this year in the young and talented Los Angeles Kings.
- Trevor fulfilled his childhood dream when he was selected second overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1988 NHL draft.
- In return the Panthers sent Keith Ballard and right winger Victor Oreskovich to the Canucks and used the 25th overall pick to select Quinton Howden.
- The Canucks, who outshot Nashville 36-21, scored a pair of goals in the second period to take a 2-0 lead.
- Richard Brodeur in 1982 and McLean a dozen years later took the Canucks to the Stanley Cup final.
- It was the longest game the Canucks ever played, and the sixth longest playoff game in NHL history.
- On January 10, 2008, Roenick scored his 503rd goal against the Vancouver Canucks, passing Joe Mullen for second in all-time scoring by American-born players.
- Filling in admirably, Auld went on to capture the Cyclone Taylor trophy as team MVP, although the Canucks would miss the playoffs.
- He was honored with the Cyclone Taylor award last year as team MVP and has helped to lead the Canucks this year to the top of the Northwest division.
- Sports The latest stats, facts, news and notes on Willie Mitchell of the Vancouver Canucks.
- To compensate, the Canucks named defencemen Mattias Ohlund and Willie Mitchell, plus forward Ryan Kesler, as assistant captains.
- This was a different Kitchener Greenshirts team than the club that later became the Kitchener Canucks, and ultimately the Peterborough Petes.
- On October 25, 2008, the Canucks retired the jersey number '7' in honour of the fans, the "seventh Canuck".
- He was chosen by the Pittsburgh Penguins in their expansion draft the next year, and after that, he returned to the Canucks.
- Michel Therrien of the Pittsburgh Penguins was also a finalist while Alain Vigneault of the Vancouver Canucks won the honor.
- That incident caused Canucks Head Coach Marc Crawford to publicly criticize Moore and question the non-call by the referees on the incident.
- Felix again brought his team to the conference finals, this time losing to the Vancouver Canucks in five games.
- This figures to be a highly-entertaining series and one that will turn end with the Canucks finally getting back to the conference finals.
- The Canucks missed the post-season again, but their poor season resulted in a high pick in the NHL draft.
- The Canucks made their first significant playoff impact in the post-season of 1982.
- In the 1997 off-season, the Canucks made a big splash and signed free agent Mark Messier to a lucrative three-year deal.
- In the 1997 off-season the Canucks signed free agent Mark Messier to a three-year deal.
- Vancouver Canucks general manager Mike Gillis strives to be unconventional -- and he was true to form on Friday night at the NHL draft.
- Vancouver Canucks general manager Mike Gillis has decided to have head coach Alain Vigneault stay on with the team through the 2009-10 season.
- The 2005–06 season began with much promise; some hockey analysts picked the Canucks as Stanley Cup favourites.
- Following the installation of Pat Quinn as general manager in 1988, the Canucks rose to prominence in the early 1990s.
- The Flames' first victim was the Northwest Division winners, the Vancouver Canucks, in seven games.
- Linden was the Canucks all-time leading scorer until he was surpassed this season by Markus Naslund.
- Since his return to Vancouver, Linden has gone on to surpass the 1,100 games played and during the 2003-04 season became the Canucks All-Time leading scorer.
- I live in North Vancouver, B.C. Canada, so by default that makes me a Canucks fan.
- During the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Adams scored a goal in what many Canucks fans believe to be one of the greatest moments in team history.
- Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo made his first playoff appearance in Game 1 at General Motors Place.
- The Swedish winger also added four assists to lead the Canucks with 11 points in his first postseason series with the team.
- Another thing they have in common with us Canucks.
- The Vancouver Canucks wish they could say the same thing about Pavol Demitra.
- I'd be happy to trade my tickets to the Maple Leafs (March 31) or Canucks (April 2).
- The trade ended Cooke's tenure with the Canucks in his ninth season with the club.
- In 1984, the Canucks folded to make room for the WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors when the franchise transferred from Winnipeg.
- Two new teams, the Buffalo Sabres and Vancouver Canucks made their debuts and were both put into the East Division.
- Little more than halfway through the 2006–07 season, the Canucks announced that they would be changing their jerseys once again.
- The arena is home to the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League.
- He would bounce between the Vancouver Canucks and the Rangers for two seasons before settling with the Rangers in 1954-55.
- Those goals accounted for approximately five wins for the Canucks last season, or ten points.
- Three years later, the NHL added the Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo Sabres as franchises.
- His identical twin brother Henrik also plays for the Canucks, with whom Daniel has played inseparably throughout his career.
- The goal is simple for the Vancouver Canucks in tonight's meeting with the Los Angeles Kings: get one point and clinch a playoff spot.
- On April 25, 2006, the Canucks fired Crawford; he was subsequently hired by the Los Angeles Kings.
- The first NHL game at the Coliseum was played on October 9, 1970, when the Los Angeles Kings defeated the Canucks, 3-1.
- If tonight's domination of the Canucks was any indication, the Kings may be coming out of their slump.
- In 2007–08, Hansen was plagued by injuries, initially suffering a wrist injury in the pre-season with the Canucks.
- After recording 19 points in 35 games in 2003–04 with Rødovre, Hansen was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks, 287th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
- Sedin led all NHL players with 24 points (four goals, 20 assists) to help the Canucks win nine of 15 games.
- Todd Bertuzzi listens to a question during a press conference prior to the Anaheim Ducks' game against the Vancouver Canucks in Vancouver Tuesday.
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