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Lee Sweatt

[...] literally travelling around the hockey world. He made a memorable debut with the Vancouver Canucks, scoring the game winning goal in his first game, and celebrating with a nonchalant  [...]

Brandon Reid

[...] to Memorial Cup appearances (winning the Most Sportsmanlike Player award both times. Yet the Vancouver Canucks still waited to the 208th overall in the 2000 draft. Bottom line, Brandon Reid's size, or [...]

Wayne Maki

[...] decade. Perhaps disturbed by the incident Maki never stuck with the Blues that season. The Vancouver Canucks claimed Maki in the 1970 NHL Expansion Draft. The wingman was an early hit in Vancouver, [...]

Anders Eldebrink

[...] league when he came to the NHL barely 21-years old. He had been signed as a free agent by Vancouver Canucks on May 18, 1981 and went over to North America that same fall. He had a fine rookie camp and [...]

Trevor Linden

[...] 1st place finish based on a 46-29-9 record for the team's first 100+ point season. The 1994 Stanley Cup Linden led the Canucks to the team's greatest moment in 1994 - game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals. [...]

Bret Hedican

[...] Bret Hedican celebrates the Stanley Cup with wife Kristi Yamaguchi Like a lot of young American hockey players young Bret Hedican was [...]

Canucks Trivia

[...] history? Where was former Canuck Claude Vilgrain born? While the Canucks have yet to win the Stanley Cup, the Vancouver Millionaires won it in 1915. Name the other British Columbia team to win the [...]

Neil Belland

[...] dressed for all 17 of the Canucks playoff games as the advanced all the way to the Stanley Cup final for the first time in franchise history. Expectations for Belland were greatly [...]

Trevor Linden

[...] Before you read this, I must confess: Trevor Linden may be my favorite player of all time. I grew up watching hockey on the west coast in the [...]

Artem Chubarov

[...] were game winners - the first player in NHL history to accomplish that. Ultimately Chubarov's NHL career was a short one. In 2004 he passed on the Canucks qualifying contract offer and headed home to [...]

Mark Kirton

[...] between 1980 and 1982 before moving to Vancouver. He scored 57 goals and 113 points in his NHL career. [...]

Anders Eldebrink

[...] from neither Harry Neale or Roger Neilson," he said of the Canucks coaches. Although his NHL career was over early on, he went on to become a dominant force on the Swedish national team and in [...]

Bret Hedican

[...] her, I'd be the best skater in all of hockey." Hedican did alright for himself. He had a NHL career spanning over 1000 games, scoring 55 goal and 294 points. Best known as a steady defensive [...]

Kirk McLean

[...] moves the new Pat Quinn-Brian Burke regime would make, and proved to be a turning point in Canucks history. McLean quickly proved he was ready for the NHL. After battling in training camp with [...]

Tyler Bouck

[...] a couple of times. Ultimately he was not the most memorable or even appreciated player in Canucks history, but he did a good job under the circumstances. He even chipped in a couple of goals. He made [...]

Trevor Linden

[...] the Canucks beloved radio announcer Jim Robson. It may be the most famous audio clip in Canucks history. Play he did. He set the tone physically and scoring both Vancouver goals that night. He [...]

Artem Chubarov

[...] thing I do know - Artem Chubarov will go down as one of the more under-appreciated players in Canucks history. [...]

Pavel Bure

[...] Pavel Bure was the most electrifying new generation hockey player of the dead puck era. While the likes of [...]

Trevor Linden

[...] Messier, Mike Keenan and the New York Rangers. Lead by Linden's leadership and physical play, Pavel Bure's goal scoring and Kirk McLean's incredible goaltending, the Canucks took the Rangers to 7 [...]

Steve Weeks

[...] NCAA finals only to lose the final game to North Dakota. Weeks was actually drafted by the New York Rangers a couple of years earlier. They selected the Scarborough Ontario native 176th overall in the [...]

Trevor Linden

[...] to 3 and then would blow by Dallas and Toronto to face Mark Messier, Mike Keenan and the New York Rangers. Lead by Linden's leadership and physical play, Pavel Bure's goal scoring and Kirk McLean's [...]

Kirk McLean

[...] went all the way to game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals before finally bowing to the New York Rangers. McLean's signature moment came in round one against Calgary. With the team clawing it's way [...]

Pavel Bure

[...] , and the team simply could not afford a $10,000,000 salary. They dumped his contract to the New York Rangers in exchange for prospects and draft picks. Reunited with Mark Messier, Bure's career was [...]

Garth Rizzuto

[...] hoped that he could bring youth and speed to the Canucks inaugural season. Rizzuto played in 37 NHL games in 1970-71, scoring 3 goals and 4 assists. Having also spent time in the minors, it may have [...]

Adrien Plavsic

[...] This is Adrien Plavsic, a once promising defenseman who played in over 200 NHL games but never truly caught on. Plavsic was at best sound if not spectacular. He had some good tools. [...]

Ken Berry

[...] shuffled between Edmonton and the minor leagues (CHL and AHL). He didn't play more than 28 NHL games during a 4 year span. As Edmonton was in the midst of a dynasty Ken realized that he would never [...]

Anders Eldebrink

[...] and went over to North America that same fall. He had a fine rookie camp and made the Canucks team right away. He played 38 games during the regular season, collecting 9 points and then [...]

Kirk McLean

[...] base and media. McLean played in 41 games that first year, winning just 11 with a very weak Canucks team. His numbers improved to 20 wins in 42 contests the following year. He extended he is season [...]

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Lee Sweatt

[...] literally travelling around the hockey world. He made a memorable debut with the Vancouver Canucks, scoring the game winning goal in his first game, and celebrating with a nonchalant  [...]

Brandon Reid

[...] to Memorial Cup appearances (winning the Most Sportsmanlike Player award both times. Yet the Vancouver Canucks still waited to the 208th overall in the 2000 draft. Bottom line, Brandon Reid's size, or [...]

Wayne Maki

[...] decade. Perhaps disturbed by the incident Maki never stuck with the Blues that season. The Vancouver Canucks claimed Maki in the 1970 NHL Expansion Draft. The wingman was an early hit in Vancouver, [...]

Anders Eldebrink

[...] league when he came to the NHL barely 21-years old. He had been signed as a free agent by Vancouver Canucks on May 18, 1981 and went over to North America that same fall. He had a fine rookie camp and [...]

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