Vancouver Canucks

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Vancouver Canucks
First Season
1970-71
Team History
Vancouver Canucks (1970-present)
Conference/Division
National Hockey League (1970-present)
  • Western Conference (1993-present)
    • Pacific Division (1993-98, 2013-present)
    • Northwest Division (1998-2013)
  • Campbell Conference (1974-93)
    • Smythe Division (1974-93)
  • East Division (1970-74)
Venue
Rogers Arena (1995-present)
Pacific Coliseum (1970-95)
AHL Affiliate
Abbotsford Canucks
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Vancouver Canucks are a professional ice hockey team based in Vancouver, British Columbia. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The Canucks joined the NHL in 1970 as an expansion team along with the Buffalo Sabres.

Publications

Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1970s
1971-72 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1972-73 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1973-74 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1975-76 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1976-77 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1977-78 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1978-79 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
Postseason Philadelphia Flyers Pacific Coliseum
1980s
1981-82 Postseason Chicago Black Hawks Pacific Coliseum
Stanley Cup Finals New York Islanders Pacific Coliseum
1982-83 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1983-84 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1984-85 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1987-88 Preseason n/a Pacific Coliseum
1987-88 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1989-90 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1990s
1990-91 Postseason Los Angeles Kings Pacific Coliseum
1991-92 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
1993-94 Stanley Cup Finals New York Rangers Pacific Coliseum
1994-95 Regular Season n/a Pacific Coliseum
2000s
October 25, 2008 Regular Season Edmonton Oilers General Motors Place
November 20, 2009 Regular Season Colorado Avalanche General Motors Place
2010s
2010-11 Stanley Cup Finals Boston Bruins Rogers Arena, TD Garden
October 27, 2018 Regular Season Pittsburgh Penguins Rogers Arena
December 10, 2019 Regular Season Toronto Maple Leafs Rogers Arena
February 12, 2020 Regular Season Chicago Blackhawks Rogers Arena
Vancouver Canucks head coaches
Hal Laycoe (1970-72) • Vic Stasiuk (1972-73) • Bill McCreary (1973-74) • Phil Maloney (1974-77) • Orland Kurtenbach (1977-78) • Harry Neale (1978-82) • Roger Neilson (1982-84) • Harry Neale (1984) • Bill LaForge (1984) • Harry Neale (1984-85) • Tom Watt (1985-87) • Bob McCammon (1987-91) • Pat Quinn (1991-94) • Rick Ley (1994-96) • Pat Quinn (1996) • Tom Renney (1996-97) • Mike Keenan (1997-99) • Marc Crawford (1999-06) • Alain Vigneault (2006-13) • John Tortorella (2013-14) • Willie Desjardins (2014-17) • Travis Green (2017-21) • Bruce Boudreau (2021-23) • Rick Tocchet (2023-present)


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