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Go Canucks Go! I think this will be a win and perhaps a convincing one despite the Desert Dogs playing well lately-ish. Tocchet has the team dialed in with full 60 minute efforts for the most part and buy in from all players (argument to be made on level of buy in with some, but that is a thread for another day ...). 

 

The last game where Elvis left the building like he just won the Stanley Cup backstopping the Overcoats with 4 straight shutouts in the SCF was still a solid effort even though the team ran out of gas as the game went on. Still got a point and we can argue the second point could have been had with Boeser slotting at #4 position at the very least - but I digress.

 

Don't take the Dogs lightly, the Canucks shouldn't, and they will carry the day.

 

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8 minutes ago, Rocket-68 said:

Go Canucks Go! I think this will be a win and perhaps a convincing one despite the Desert Dogs playing well lately-ish. Tocchet has the team dialed in with full 60 minute efforts for the most part and buy in from all players (argument to be made on level of buy in with some, but that is a thread for another day ...). 

 

The last game where Elvis left the building like he just won the Stanley Cup backstopping the Overcoats with 4 straight shutouts in the SCF was still a solid effort even though the team ran out of gas as the game went on. Still got a point and we can argue the second point could have been had with Boeser slotting at #4 position at the very least - but I digress.

 

Don't take the Dogs lightly, the Canucks shouldn't, and they will carry the day.

 

The problem is, teams like the Dogs tend to be hungrier than the Canucks. Canucks need to become hungrier 

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[GDT] Thursday, Jan18/24: Arizona DOGS (21-18-3) @ Vancouver GODS (29-11-4) 7:00pm at Roger's Arena SNP TV & 650 AM Radio

 

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CANUCKS VS COYOTES

TV: Sportsnet Pacific, SCRIPPS

Radio: Sportsnet 650

MATCH-UP INFO

  • Today marks the first of three meetings between the Canucks and Coyotes this season: Jan. 18 (home), Apr. 3 (road) and Apr. 10 (home)
  • Vancouver is 106-72-20-9 all-time against Arizona, including a 65-28-10-3 record on home ice. 
  • The Canucks are 6-3-1 in their last 10 games against the Coyotes (4-1-0 in their last 5). 
  • J.T. Miller leads all active Canucks skaters in scoring against Arizona with 20 points (5-15-20) in 20 career games.
  • Quinn Hughes has 10 points (0-10-10) in six career games against the Coyotes.
  • Conor Garland has eight points (5-3-8) in six career games against Arizona, including a hat trick in his last game. 
  • Elias Pettersson has 13 points (5-8-13) in 10 career games against the Coyotes.
  • Thatcher Demko is 2-3-0 with a 2.63 GAA and a .912 save percentage in five career games against Arizona in his career.  
  • In two career games (2-0-0), Casey DeSmith has a 0.50 GAA and a .984 save percentage all-time against the Coyotes.   

QUICK NUMBERS

  • Elias Pettersson has 13 points (8-5-13) in his last six games and has two four-point games in his last five.
  • Quinn Hughes has registered 10 points (2-8-10) in his last 10 games, totaling 52 points overall (11-41-52). He ranks t-1st in the league for points amongst defencemen and ranks 5th in the league for assists amongst all skaters.
  • J.T. Miller has 60 points overall this season (20-40-60) and has 14 points (5-9-14) in his last 10 games. Miller leads the league in primary assists with 29.
  • Filip Hronek has 6 points (1-5-6) in his last five games.
  • Quinn Hughes (+33) and Filip Hronek (+33) both lead the league in +/-.
  • Thatcher Demko recorded his fourth shutout of the season in his last game played and is currently t-2nd in the league for wins. 
  • The Vancouver Canucks currently rank t-1st in the league and have the highest goal differential (+56) in the league. The Canucks currently have the most wins (26) when leading after two periods, have opened the scoring 30 times this season (first in the league) and have the most wins when scoring first (23).

LAST MEETING – APR. 13/23: VAN 5 at ARI 4 (OT)

Elias Pettersson opened the scoring 3:53 into the first period...Quinn Hughes and Kyle Burroughs assisted the goal...Conor Garland scored a goal on the power play at 8:03 in the first period...Anthony Beauvillier and Andrei Kuzmenko recorded assists on the play...On the power play, J.T. Milller scored his 32nd goal of the season...Hughes and Phillip Di Giuseppe registered the assists...Garland scored another goal at 14:16 in the first period, Burroughs and Kuzmenko assisted the goal...Garland scored the GWG in OT, his third goal of the game...Miller and Hughes picked up the assists...Garland recorded his first career hattrick...Five Canucks recorded a multi-point game, Garland (3-0-3), Hughes (0-3-3), Miller (1-1-2), Burroughs (0-2-2), Kuzmenko (0-2-2), while three other Canucks got on the score sheet...Garland led the team in shots (5)...Burroughs led the team in hits (5). 

2023.24 TEAM RANKS

 
VAN
ARI
Goals For/Game
3.82 (1st)
3.00 (t-20th)
Goals Against/Game
2.55 (2nd)
3.00 (t-13th)
Power Play %
23.2 (11th)
23.5 (9th)
Penalty Kill %
78.8 (20th)
79.0 (19th)
Penalty Min./Game
8:51 (12th)
12:00 (t-29th)

*Rankings are accurate as of 10:00a.m. PT on January 17, 2024

LAST GAME PLAYED – Jan. 15/24: VAN 3 at CBJ 4

J.T. Miller opened the scoring for the game with his 20th of the season at 5:28 in the first period...Nikita Zadorov recorded the lone assist on the goal...Conor Garland scored a goal at 14:54 in the first period...Teddy Blueger and Dakota Joshua were credited with assists on the play...Elias Pettersson scored on the power play at 7:35 in the second period...Miller and Quinn Hughes registered the assists...Brock Boeser led the team in shots (6)...Dakota Joshua led the team in hits (3).

LAST 5 - vs ARIZONA

  • Apr. 13/23: VAN 5 at ARI 4 (OT)
  • Mar. 16/23: VAN 2 at ARI 3 
  • Dec. 3/22: VAN 3 vs ARI 2 (OT)
  • Apr. 14/22: VAN 7 vs ARI 1
  • Apr. 7/22: VAN 5 at ARI 1

HEY SIRI, PLAY STARBOY BY THE WEEKND

  • On Jan. 15/24, Elias Pettersson was named NHL’s First Star of the Week after posting nine points (5-4-9) helping lead the Canucks to a 5-game road winning streak, the third instance in the past 10 years in franchise history. During the week he recorded two 4-point games and became the first player in NHL history to record GWG’s in four straight road games whilst also matching the second longest streak of GWG’s. He was also named to the NHL’s All-Star game for the fourth time and was selected to participate in the NHL’s skills competition. 
  • Elias Pettersson was previously named Second Star of the Week, during the NHL season opening week and Second Star of the Month during October. 

SIX CANUCKS HEADED TO THE 6IX

  • On Jan. 13/24, the NHL announced that Elias Petersson, Brock Boeser, Quinn Hughes, J.T. Miller, Thatcher Demko and Rick Tocchet would be representing the Vancouver Canucks at the 2024 NHL All-Star Game in Toronto. Demko received the most fan votes out of all players eligible for voting. The 2023.24 season will mark the first time Miller has been named an all-star.
  • The 2023.24 Vancouver Canucks are the first team in franchise history to send five players and a coach to the NHL All-Star game, the previous best being three players and a coach in the 2002.03 and 2010.11 seasons. They are also the first team in the NHL since the Colorado Avalanche in 2000.01 to have five players named as all-stars. 

THATCHER THE SNATCHER

  • Thatcher Demko saved 26 shots in a 1-0 win on Jan. 13/24 at BUF for his fourth shutout of the season and seventh of his career. Demko is now in sole possession of seventh place for most shoutouts in Canucks franchise history. He is the first goaltender to record a shutout at BUF since Roberto Luongo on Oct. 17/13. Demko also ranks 7th for most shutouts in Canucks franchise history (regular season and playoffs combined) with 8.
  • Demko is the first Canucks goalie with 4+ shutouts in a season since Ryan Miller (6 GP, 2014.15).
  • Following a 21-save performance on Jan. 6/24 at NJD, Thatcher Demko is now 5th in Canucks franchise history for career wins by a goaltender, behind Roberto Luongo, Kirk McLean, Richard Brodeur and Dan Cloutier.
  • On Dec. 18/23, Demko was named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week. He had a record of 3-0-0 with a 1.33 goals against average, a .957 save percentage and one shutout during the week.
  • Demko became the first goaltender to record 15 wins in the NHL this season. Demko (22 GP) is the third goaltender in Canucks franchise history to complete this feat in 22 or fewer games. Ryan Miller (18 GP, 2014.15) and Cory Schneider (22 GP, 2010.11) are the only other goalies in franchise history to complete this feat.

GETTING THE LAST LAFF-ERTY

  • When Sam Lafferty scores a goal, the Vancouver Canucks are 9-1-0, including a 5-0-0 record on the road. Lafferty is also the eighth Canuck to record 10+ goals this season, tied for the most by any team in the NHL.

VENI, VIDI, PETEY

  • Through a four-game stretch lasting from Jan. 6/24 - Jan. 11/24, Elias Pettersson recorded 12 points (7-5-12). His 12 points in four games is t-3rd in Canucks franchise history for most points in a four-game span.
  • After scoring the GWG on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson became the first player in NHL history to record the GWG in four straight road games. He also became the third player to record four GWGs in four straight contests. The only other players to do so are Newsy Lalonde (5 straight, 1920.21) and Daniel Alfredsson (4 straight, 2006.07)
  • Pettersson currently ranks t-3rd for most career 4+ point performances by a Canucks player in franchise history and became the sixth player in franchise history with 10 games with 4+ points. Trevor Linden (11) and Pavel Bure (11) pace the list.
  • Elias Pettersson is now t-6th for career game-winning goals by a player in Canucks franchise history with 32. He is currently tied with Brendan Morrison.
  • With four points (2-2-4) Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson holds the record for the most career games with 2+ goals and 2+ assists in franchise history (5). 
  • By assisting on two goals on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Pettersson (49 GP) ranks t-10th for most multi-assist games in franchise history. He is currently tied with Todd Bertuzzi.
  • Elias Pettersson is the first Canuck since Mikael Samuelsson in 2009.10 to have seven goals in over the span of four games.
  • With 27 multi-goal performances as a Canuck, Pettersson is now t-2nd in franchise history for career multi-goal games in a players first six seasons, trailing only Pavel Bure (44). He is tied with Tony Tanti (27), and Petri Skriko (27). 
  • With two goals on Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, Elias Pettersson is now 3rd in Canucks franchise history for most career multi-goal performances recorded by a primary centre. 

KNOW YOUR LIMIT PLAY WITHIN IT

  • The Lotto Line (Brock Boeser – Elias Petersson – J.T. Miller) have contributed 30 points (15-15-30) in their last six games. Within this span, Elias Pettersson has 13 points (8-5-13), J.T. Miller has 10 points (4-6-10) and Brock Boeser has 7 points (3-4-7).  

TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK

  • After J.T. Miller eclipsed the 20-goal mark on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, the 2023.24 Canucks are the second team in franchise history to have three 20-goal scorers (Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson, J.T. Miller) in 44 games of a season or fewer. The only other team to feature three 20-goal scorers in under 44 games was the 1992.93 Canucks (41 GP, Pavel Bure, Greg Adams, Petr Nedved).
  • After both recording two goals in a 4-3 win on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser have each scored a goal in the same game 33 times. The Canucks have a record of 31-1-1 in such games.

DEFEATING THE BEASTS OF THE EAST

  • The Canucks ended their Eastern Conference road trip with a record of 5-1-1 including a five-game road winning streak during the trip. The Canucks are 8-1-1 in their last ten games against Eastern Conference opponents.   

ROAD DOGS

  • After winning on Jan. 9/24 at NYI, the Canucks swept the New York metropolitan-area teams on the road for the first time in franchise history. They also extend their win-streak in the area to 4 games (6-5 win, Feb. 9/23 at NYI included).
  • Elias Pettersson (14-19-33) and J.T. Miller (9-21-30) currently rank 2nd and t-3rd in the league for most points by a player on the road. Nikita Kucherov (11-26-37) paces the list.

QUINNSANITY

  • After recording an assist on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, Quinn Hughes (270) is now in sole possession of third place for most career assists by a defenceman (regular season and playoffs combined). Dennis Kearns (292) and Alexander Edler (340) pace the list.
  • With a goal and a +2 rating on Jan. 9/24 at NYI, Quinn Hughes is one of four defencemen in NHL history to attain 50+ points and a +30 or higher rating through their first 41 games of a season. He joins Paul Coffey, Denis Potvin and Bobby Orr.
  • Recording his 40th assist of the season on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Quinn Hughes became the fifth defenceman in NHL history to record 10+ goals and 40+ assists through their team’s first 40 games of a season. 
  • Picking up an assist on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Quinn Hughes became the ninth defenceman in NHL history to post 50+ points through their first 40 games of a season. 
  • With three assists on Jan. 6/24 at NJD, Quinn Hughes now has 18 such performances in his career, ranking fourth all-time among defencemen within their first six seasons. 
  • With a goal and an assist on Dec. 23/23 vs SJS, Quinn Hughes tied Alexander Edler for the most career multi-point games by a Canucks defencemen all-time with 68 GP. 
  • Quinn Hughes is the first defenseman in Canucks franchise history to reach 40 points in less than 40 games. He is also the 5th defenseman in the NHL with 40+ points in his first 33 games of a season in the past 25 years. 
  • After recording two assists on Dec. 19/23 at NSH, Quinn Hughes ranks 1st for most multi-assist games by a Canucks defencemen (54 GP), he also ranks 8th amongst all skaters in franchise history. With this feat he also ranks 2nd in Canucks franchise history for most multi-point games by a defenceman.  

HRONEK’S ON A HEATER

  • With a goal on Jan. 9/24, Filip Hronek has been on the ice for an NHL-leading 62 5-on-5 goals for the Canucks. The next closest non-teammate has been on the ice for 50 goals for at 5-on-5 (Nathan MacKinnon). 
  • Recording 2 assists in a win on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Hronek ranks 5th in Canucks’ franchise history for fewest games to record 30 assists since being acquired by the team via trade at 44. The list is led by Paul Reinhart (33), Mike Walton (40), Russ Courtnall (42) and Cliff Ronning (43).

MILLER THE MAGNIFICENT

  • J.T. Miller became the tied the record for the fourth fastest player in Canucks franchise history to record 60 points in a season. Miller reached the 60-point mark in just 44 games, tying Henrik Sedin (2009.10). Pavel Bure bests the list after reaching 60 points in 41 games in the 1992.93 season.
  • After registering a goal and an assist on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, J.T. Miller (60 GP) ranks t-9th for most such efforts in franchise history. He is tied with Thomas Gradin, Daniel Sedin paces the list (145 GP)
  • By recording a three-point period on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, this marks the seventh time J.T. Miller has completed this feat and is currently tied with Markus Naslund for the third most such performances in franchise history. Trevor Linden and Pavel Bure (both with 😎 are tied for the most.
  • Recording three points (2-1-3) on Jan. 6 at NJD, J.T. Miller has 53 points through 39 games. His 53 points are the third-most prior to the team’s 40th game of the season in franchise history, trailing Pavel Bure (58 in 1992.93) and Alexander Mogilny (54, 1995.96). 
  • With 2 points (1-1-2) on Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, J.T. Miller reached 50 points in 37 games. He is the 4th fastest player in franchise history to hit the mark, behind Pavel Bure, Alexander Mogilny, and Daniel Sedin.
  • After recording two assists on Dec. 17/23 at CHI, Miller (11 GP) owns the record for most multi-assist efforts in the first 32 games of a season in franchise history. He passed Henrik Sedin who had 10 games in the first 32 games of the 2009.10 season.
  • After registering two assists on Dec. 12/23 vs TBL, J.T. Miller (42, 15-27-42) owns the Canucks franchise record for most points prior to the 30th game of the season. Tony Tanti held the previous record with 41 points in 1983.84. 

TRIPLE THREAT

  • With Elias Pettersson (52) and Quinn Hughes (50) joining J.T. Miller (54) at the 50-point mark on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, they became the third trio of teammates in the past 30 years to feature three different 50-point scorers through 40 games in a season (2007.08 Ottawa Senators, 1995.96 Pittsburgh Penguins). 
  • J.T. Miller, Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson are the third teammate trio since 1997 to each record 40 points in their team’s first 33 games of a season. The other trios include Mikko Rantanen, Nathan Mackinnon, and Gabriel Landeskog in 2018.19 and Daniel Alfredsson, Daniel Heatley, and Jason Spezza in 2005.06 and 2007.08.
  • Miller, Hughes and Pettersson are the second teammate trio in Canucks franchise history to each record 40 points in their first 33 games of a season. Tony Tanti, Patrik Sundstrom and Darcy Rota are the only other Canucks trio to complete this feat.   

SETTING RECORDS

  • After defeating the Sabres on Jan. 13/24, the Canucks went on a five-game road winning streak from Jan. 6/24 - Jan. 13/24, marking the third such run over the past 10 years in Canucks franchise history. The 2022.23 and 2014.14 seasons marked the other two instances.
  • On Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, the Canucks scored five goals in the opening period for the 12th time in franchise history and the fourth time since then turn of the century. 
  • Leading the NHL standings with 49 points on Dec. 25/23, the Canucks became the first Canadian team to lead the league at the time of the Holiday Break since the Ottawa Senators in 2005. 
  • With a record of 23-9-3 through Dec. 23/23, the Canucks have recorded the most wins in franchise history through the team’s first 35 games of a season. 
  • After their win on Dec. 14/23 vs FLA, the Vancouver Canucks (30 GP) set a franchise record for fewest games needed to reach 20 wins in a season. The previous record was set in 2005.06 in 31 games.

2023.24 CANUCKS MILESTONES

  • Thatcher Demko recorded his 100th career win, Jan. 6 vs NJD
  • Nikita Zadorov appeared in his 600th NHL game, Dec. 28 vs PHI
  • Rick Tocchet coached his 500th career NHL game, Dec. 5 vs NJD
  • Teddy Blueger recorded his 100th career point, Nov. 24 at SEA
  • Conor Garland recorded his 200th career point, Nov. 24 at SEA
  • Andrei Kuzmenko appeared in his 100th NHL game, Nov. 22 at COL
  • Quinn Hughes appeared in his 300th NHL game, Nov. 16 at CGY
  • Linus Karlsson appeared in his first NHL game, Nov. 16 at CGY
  • Ilya Mikheyev appeared in his 200th NHL game, Nov. 6 vs EDM
  • Elias Pettersson recorded his 200th career assist, Nov. 2 at SJS
  • Anthony Beauvillier appeared in his 500th NHL game, Nov. 2 at SJS
  • Brock Boeser appeared in his 400th NHL game, Oct. 14 at EDM
  • Rick Tocchet recorded his 200th career win, Oct. 14 at EDM

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

  • Linus Karlsson reassigned to Abbotsford, Jan. 16
  • Mark Friedman assigned to Abbotsford on a Conditioning Loan, Jan. 16
  • Carson Soucy activated off LTIR, Jan. 6
  • Phillip Di Giuseppe placed on LTIR, Jan. 6
  • Josh Bloom reassigned to Saginaw, Jan. 5
  • Linus Karlsson recalled from Abbotsford, Jan. 3
  • Nick Cicek and a sixth-round pick (2024) acquired from San Jose in exchange for Jack Studnicka, Dec. 15. 
  • Pius Suter activated off IR, Dec 14
  • Linus Karlsson reassigned to Abbotsford, Dec 9
  • Matt Irwin reassigned to Abbotsford, Dec. 2
  • Nikita Zadorov acquired from Calgary in exchange for a fifth-round pick (2024) and a third-round pick (2026), Nov. 30
  • Cole McWard reassigned to Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Linus Karlsson recalled from Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Matt Irwin recalled from Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Akito Hirose reassigned to Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Conditional fifth-round pick (2024) acquired from Chicago in exchange for Anthony Beauvillier, Nov. 28

THE LAST TIME…

  • The Canucks won when leading after 1P: Jan. 11/24 at PIT
  • The Canucks lost when leading after 1P: Jan. 4/24 at STL
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 1P: Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • The Canucks won when leading after 2P: Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • The Canucks lost when leading after 2P: Oct. 17/22 at WSH
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 2P: Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • The Canucks won when trailing after 1P: Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • The Canucks lost when trailing after 1P: Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 1P: Dec. 16/23 at MIN
  • The Canucks won when trailing after 2P: Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • The Canucks lost when trailing after 2P: Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 2P: Mar. 28/23 at STL
  • The Canucks won when tied after 1P: Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • The Canucks lost when tied after 1P: Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 1P: Dec. 21/23 at DAL
  • The Canucks won when tied after 2P: Nov. 28/23 vs ANA
  • The Canucks lost when tied after 2P: Jan. 4/24 at STL
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 2P: Dec. 21/23 at DAL

2023.24 SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS

  • Most Goals Scored, Game: 10, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most Goals Scored, Period: 5, Jan. 2/24 vs. OTT, 1st period
  • Most Goals Allowed, Game: 6, Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • Most Goals Allowed, Period: 4, Dec. 5/23 vs NJD, 1st period
  • Fewest Goals Scored, Game: 0, Oct. 17 at PHI
  • Fewest Goals Allowed, Game: 0, 5x, Latest Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • Most PPG Scored, Game: 4, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most PPG Allowed, Game: 3, Oct. 28/23 vs NYR
  • Most SHG Scored, Game: 1, 4x, Latest Nov. 24/23 at SEA
  • Most SHG Allowed, Game: 1, Dec. 28 vs PHI
  • Most Shots, Game: 43, Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • Most Shots, Period: 19, Oct. 27/23 vs STL, 1st period
  • Most Shots, OT: 6, Oct. 28/23 vs NYR
  • Fewest Shots, Game: 16, 2x, Latest Nov. 9/23 at OTT
  • Fewest Shots, Period: 1, Dec. 14/23 vs FLA, 3rd period
  • Fewest Shots, OT: 1, 2x, Latest Jan. 15/23 at CBJ
  • Most Shots Allowed, Game: 44, 2x, Latest Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • Most Shots Allowed, Period: 25, Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, 2nd period
  • Most Shots Allowed, OT: 4, Jan. 15/23 at CBJ
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, Game: 18, Oct. 24/23 at NSH
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, Period: 2, Nov. 24/23 at SEA, 3rd period
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, OT: 0, 2x, Latest Dec. 16/23 at MIN
  • Most Hits, Game: 33, 2x, Latest Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • Fewest Hits, Game: 7, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most Blocked Shots, Game: 25, Oct. 14/23 at EDM
  • Fewest Blocked Shots, Game: 2, Oct. 27/23 vs STL
  • Largest Margin of Victory: 9 goals, Nov. 2/23 at SJS (10-1 W)
  • Largest Margin of Defeat: 3 goals, 5x, Latest Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • Longest Win Streak: 5 games, 2x, Latest Jan. 6/24 – Jan. 13/24
  • Longest Point Streak: 9 games, 2x, Latest Dec. 7/23 – Dec. 23/23
  • Longest Winless Streak: 2 games, 2x, Latest Nov. 16/23 - Nov. 18/23
  • Longest Pointless Streak: 2 games, 2x, Latest Nov. 16/23 - Nov. 18/23  

VANCOUVER 2023.24 RECORD WHEN…

  • Score 4+ Goals: 23-1-0
  • Score 3 Goals or Less: 6-10-4
  • Allow 4+ Goals: 2-9-2
  • Allow 3 Goals or Less: 27-2-2
  • Scoring First: 23-5-2
  • Allowing First Goal: 6-6-2
  • On 0 Days Rest: 3-2-1
  • On 1 Day Rest: 16-6-3
  • On 2 Days Rest: 8-2-0
  • On 3+ Days Rest: 2-1-0
  • Score a PPG: 15-4-2
  • Give up a PPG: 13-6-2
  • 25 or More Shots on Goal: 20-8-3
  • Less than 25 shots: 9-3-1

THREE STARS - JANUARY

  • Pettersson – 25 pts
  • Demko – 10 pts
  • Lafferty – 5 pts
  • Boeser – 5 pts
  • Miller – 5 pts
  • Höglander – 5 pts
  • Suter – 5 pts
  • Hronek – 5 pts

DECEMBER WINNER – DeSmith (15 pts) 
NOVEMBER WINNER – Hughes, Demko (30 pts) 
OCTOBER WINNER – Pettersson (15 pts) 
*5 points are awarded for each Three Stars selection

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Keep'n this short cuz it's after 8:00 am already...

No more fool'n 'roun'..

Hit 'Em Hard!

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.. and Eat 'Em Up!

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Get after it!

GO CANUCKS GO!

GO LOTTO, GO LOTTO, GO LOTTO

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That guy definitely does not go into the boards properly... Ouch. 

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I can't believe I'm going to see him instead of watching my Canucks. If it was anyone else but my kids inviting me, I'd be opting out.

 

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[GDT] Thursday, Jan18/24: Arizona DOGS (21-18-3) @ Vancouver GODS (29-11-4) 7:00pm at Roger's Arena SNP TV & 650 AM Radio

 

NHL Pregame Report Ari v Van in here:

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CANUCKS VS COYOTES

TV: Sportsnet Pacific, SCRIPPS

Radio: Sportsnet 650

MATCH-UP INFO

  • Today marks the first of three meetings between the Canucks and Coyotes this season: Jan. 18 (home), Apr. 3 (road) and Apr. 10 (home)
  • Vancouver is 106-72-20-9 all-time against Arizona, including a 65-28-10-3 record on home ice. 
  • The Canucks are 6-3-1 in their last 10 games against the Coyotes (4-1-0 in their last 5). 
  • J.T. Miller leads all active Canucks skaters in scoring against Arizona with 20 points (5-15-20) in 20 career games.
  • Quinn Hughes has 10 points (0-10-10) in six career games against the Coyotes.
  • Conor Garland has eight points (5-3-8) in six career games against Arizona, including a hat trick in his last game. 
  • Elias Pettersson has 13 points (5-8-13) in 10 career games against the Coyotes.
  • Thatcher Demko is 2-3-0 with a 2.63 GAA and a .912 save percentage in five career games against Arizona in his career.  
  • In two career games (2-0-0), Casey DeSmith has a 0.50 GAA and a .984 save percentage all-time against the Coyotes.   

QUICK NUMBERS

  • Elias Pettersson has 13 points (8-5-13) in his last six games and has two four-point games in his last five.
  • Quinn Hughes has registered 10 points (2-8-10) in his last 10 games, totaling 52 points overall (11-41-52). He ranks t-1st in the league for points amongst defencemen and ranks 5th in the league for assists amongst all skaters.
  • J.T. Miller has 60 points overall this season (20-40-60) and has 14 points (5-9-14) in his last 10 games. Miller leads the league in primary assists with 29.
  • Filip Hronek has 6 points (1-5-6) in his last five games.
  • Quinn Hughes (+33) and Filip Hronek (+33) both lead the league in +/-.
  • Thatcher Demko recorded his fourth shutout of the season in his last game played and is currently t-2nd in the league for wins. 
  • The Vancouver Canucks currently rank t-1st in the league and have the highest goal differential (+56) in the league. The Canucks currently have the most wins (26) when leading after two periods, have opened the scoring 30 times this season (first in the league) and have the most wins when scoring first (23).

LAST MEETING – APR. 13/23: VAN 5 at ARI 4 (OT)

Elias Pettersson opened the scoring 3:53 into the first period...Quinn Hughes and Kyle Burroughs assisted the goal...Conor Garland scored a goal on the power play at 8:03 in the first period...Anthony Beauvillier and Andrei Kuzmenko recorded assists on the play...On the power play, J.T. Milller scored his 32nd goal of the season...Hughes and Phillip Di Giuseppe registered the assists...Garland scored another goal at 14:16 in the first period, Burroughs and Kuzmenko assisted the goal...Garland scored the GWG in OT, his third goal of the game...Miller and Hughes picked up the assists...Garland recorded his first career hattrick...Five Canucks recorded a multi-point game, Garland (3-0-3), Hughes (0-3-3), Miller (1-1-2), Burroughs (0-2-2), Kuzmenko (0-2-2), while three other Canucks got on the score sheet...Garland led the team in shots (5)...Burroughs led the team in hits (5). 

2023.24 TEAM RANKS

 
VAN
ARI
Goals For/Game
3.82 (1st)
3.00 (t-20th)
Goals Against/Game
2.55 (2nd)
3.00 (t-13th)
Power Play %
23.2 (11th)
23.5 (9th)
Penalty Kill %
78.8 (20th)
79.0 (19th)
Penalty Min./Game
8:51 (12th)
12:00 (t-29th)

*Rankings are accurate as of 10:00a.m. PT on January 17, 2024

LAST GAME PLAYED – Jan. 15/24: VAN 3 at CBJ 4

J.T. Miller opened the scoring for the game with his 20th of the season at 5:28 in the first period...Nikita Zadorov recorded the lone assist on the goal...Conor Garland scored a goal at 14:54 in the first period...Teddy Blueger and Dakota Joshua were credited with assists on the play...Elias Pettersson scored on the power play at 7:35 in the second period...Miller and Quinn Hughes registered the assists...Brock Boeser led the team in shots (6)...Dakota Joshua led the team in hits (3).

LAST 5 - vs ARIZONA

  • Apr. 13/23: VAN 5 at ARI 4 (OT)
  • Mar. 16/23: VAN 2 at ARI 3 
  • Dec. 3/22: VAN 3 vs ARI 2 (OT)
  • Apr. 14/22: VAN 7 vs ARI 1
  • Apr. 7/22: VAN 5 at ARI 1

HEY SIRI, PLAY STARBOY BY THE WEEKND

  • On Jan. 15/24, Elias Pettersson was named NHL’s First Star of the Week after posting nine points (5-4-9) helping lead the Canucks to a 5-game road winning streak, the third instance in the past 10 years in franchise history. During the week he recorded two 4-point games and became the first player in NHL history to record GWG’s in four straight road games whilst also matching the second longest streak of GWG’s. He was also named to the NHL’s All-Star game for the fourth time and was selected to participate in the NHL’s skills competition. 
  • Elias Pettersson was previously named Second Star of the Week, during the NHL season opening week and Second Star of the Month during October. 

SIX CANUCKS HEADED TO THE 6IX

  • On Jan. 13/24, the NHL announced that Elias Petersson, Brock Boeser, Quinn Hughes, J.T. Miller, Thatcher Demko and Rick Tocchet would be representing the Vancouver Canucks at the 2024 NHL All-Star Game in Toronto. Demko received the most fan votes out of all players eligible for voting. The 2023.24 season will mark the first time Miller has been named an all-star.
  • The 2023.24 Vancouver Canucks are the first team in franchise history to send five players and a coach to the NHL All-Star game, the previous best being three players and a coach in the 2002.03 and 2010.11 seasons. They are also the first team in the NHL since the Colorado Avalanche in 2000.01 to have five players named as all-stars. 

THATCHER THE SNATCHER

  • Thatcher Demko saved 26 shots in a 1-0 win on Jan. 13/24 at BUF for his fourth shutout of the season and seventh of his career. Demko is now in sole possession of seventh place for most shoutouts in Canucks franchise history. He is the first goaltender to record a shutout at BUF since Roberto Luongo on Oct. 17/13. Demko also ranks 7th for most shutouts in Canucks franchise history (regular season and playoffs combined) with 8.
  • Demko is the first Canucks goalie with 4+ shutouts in a season since Ryan Miller (6 GP, 2014.15).
  • Following a 21-save performance on Jan. 6/24 at NJD, Thatcher Demko is now 5th in Canucks franchise history for career wins by a goaltender, behind Roberto Luongo, Kirk McLean, Richard Brodeur and Dan Cloutier.
  • On Dec. 18/23, Demko was named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week. He had a record of 3-0-0 with a 1.33 goals against average, a .957 save percentage and one shutout during the week.
  • Demko became the first goaltender to record 15 wins in the NHL this season. Demko (22 GP) is the third goaltender in Canucks franchise history to complete this feat in 22 or fewer games. Ryan Miller (18 GP, 2014.15) and Cory Schneider (22 GP, 2010.11) are the only other goalies in franchise history to complete this feat.

GETTING THE LAST LAFF-ERTY

  • When Sam Lafferty scores a goal, the Vancouver Canucks are 9-1-0, including a 5-0-0 record on the road. Lafferty is also the eighth Canuck to record 10+ goals this season, tied for the most by any team in the NHL.

VENI, VIDI, PETEY

  • Through a four-game stretch lasting from Jan. 6/24 - Jan. 11/24, Elias Pettersson recorded 12 points (7-5-12). His 12 points in four games is t-3rd in Canucks franchise history for most points in a four-game span.
  • After scoring the GWG on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson became the first player in NHL history to record the GWG in four straight road games. He also became the third player to record four GWGs in four straight contests. The only other players to do so are Newsy Lalonde (5 straight, 1920.21) and Daniel Alfredsson (4 straight, 2006.07)
  • Pettersson currently ranks t-3rd for most career 4+ point performances by a Canucks player in franchise history and became the sixth player in franchise history with 10 games with 4+ points. Trevor Linden (11) and Pavel Bure (11) pace the list.
  • Elias Pettersson is now t-6th for career game-winning goals by a player in Canucks franchise history with 32. He is currently tied with Brendan Morrison.
  • With four points (2-2-4) Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson holds the record for the most career games with 2+ goals and 2+ assists in franchise history (5). 
  • By assisting on two goals on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Pettersson (49 GP) ranks t-10th for most multi-assist games in franchise history. He is currently tied with Todd Bertuzzi.
  • Elias Pettersson is the first Canuck since Mikael Samuelsson in 2009.10 to have seven goals in over the span of four games.
  • With 27 multi-goal performances as a Canuck, Pettersson is now t-2nd in franchise history for career multi-goal games in a players first six seasons, trailing only Pavel Bure (44). He is tied with Tony Tanti (27), and Petri Skriko (27). 
  • With two goals on Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, Elias Pettersson is now 3rd in Canucks franchise history for most career multi-goal performances recorded by a primary centre. 

KNOW YOUR LIMIT PLAY WITHIN IT

  • The Lotto Line (Brock Boeser – Elias Petersson – J.T. Miller) have contributed 30 points (15-15-30) in their last six games. Within this span, Elias Pettersson has 13 points (8-5-13), J.T. Miller has 10 points (4-6-10) and Brock Boeser has 7 points (3-4-7).  

TEAMWORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK

  • After J.T. Miller eclipsed the 20-goal mark on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, the 2023.24 Canucks are the second team in franchise history to have three 20-goal scorers (Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson, J.T. Miller) in 44 games of a season or fewer. The only other team to feature three 20-goal scorers in under 44 games was the 1992.93 Canucks (41 GP, Pavel Bure, Greg Adams, Petr Nedved).
  • After both recording two goals in a 4-3 win on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser have each scored a goal in the same game 33 times. The Canucks have a record of 31-1-1 in such games.

DEFEATING THE BEASTS OF THE EAST

  • The Canucks ended their Eastern Conference road trip with a record of 5-1-1 including a five-game road winning streak during the trip. The Canucks are 8-1-1 in their last ten games against Eastern Conference opponents.   

ROAD DOGS

  • After winning on Jan. 9/24 at NYI, the Canucks swept the New York metropolitan-area teams on the road for the first time in franchise history. They also extend their win-streak in the area to 4 games (6-5 win, Feb. 9/23 at NYI included).
  • Elias Pettersson (14-19-33) and J.T. Miller (9-21-30) currently rank 2nd and t-3rd in the league for most points by a player on the road. Nikita Kucherov (11-26-37) paces the list.

QUINNSANITY

  • After recording an assist on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, Quinn Hughes (270) is now in sole possession of third place for most career assists by a defenceman (regular season and playoffs combined). Dennis Kearns (292) and Alexander Edler (340) pace the list.
  • With a goal and a +2 rating on Jan. 9/24 at NYI, Quinn Hughes is one of four defencemen in NHL history to attain 50+ points and a +30 or higher rating through their first 41 games of a season. He joins Paul Coffey, Denis Potvin and Bobby Orr.
  • Recording his 40th assist of the season on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Quinn Hughes became the fifth defenceman in NHL history to record 10+ goals and 40+ assists through their team’s first 40 games of a season. 
  • Picking up an assist on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Quinn Hughes became the ninth defenceman in NHL history to post 50+ points through their first 40 games of a season. 
  • With three assists on Jan. 6/24 at NJD, Quinn Hughes now has 18 such performances in his career, ranking fourth all-time among defencemen within their first six seasons. 
  • With a goal and an assist on Dec. 23/23 vs SJS, Quinn Hughes tied Alexander Edler for the most career multi-point games by a Canucks defencemen all-time with 68 GP. 
  • Quinn Hughes is the first defenseman in Canucks franchise history to reach 40 points in less than 40 games. He is also the 5th defenseman in the NHL with 40+ points in his first 33 games of a season in the past 25 years. 
  • After recording two assists on Dec. 19/23 at NSH, Quinn Hughes ranks 1st for most multi-assist games by a Canucks defencemen (54 GP), he also ranks 8th amongst all skaters in franchise history. With this feat he also ranks 2nd in Canucks franchise history for most multi-point games by a defenceman.  

HRONEK’S ON A HEATER

  • With a goal on Jan. 9/24, Filip Hronek has been on the ice for an NHL-leading 62 5-on-5 goals for the Canucks. The next closest non-teammate has been on the ice for 50 goals for at 5-on-5 (Nathan MacKinnon). 
  • Recording 2 assists in a win on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, Hronek ranks 5th in Canucks’ franchise history for fewest games to record 30 assists since being acquired by the team via trade at 44. The list is led by Paul Reinhart (33), Mike Walton (40), Russ Courtnall (42) and Cliff Ronning (43).

MILLER THE MAGNIFICENT

  • J.T. Miller became the tied the record for the fourth fastest player in Canucks franchise history to record 60 points in a season. Miller reached the 60-point mark in just 44 games, tying Henrik Sedin (2009.10). Pavel Bure bests the list after reaching 60 points in 41 games in the 1992.93 season.
  • After registering a goal and an assist on Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, J.T. Miller (60 GP) ranks t-9th for most such efforts in franchise history. He is tied with Thomas Gradin, Daniel Sedin paces the list (145 GP)
  • By recording a three-point period on Jan. 11/24 at PIT, this marks the seventh time J.T. Miller has completed this feat and is currently tied with Markus Naslund for the third most such performances in franchise history. Trevor Linden and Pavel Bure (both with 😎 are tied for the most.
  • Recording three points (2-1-3) on Jan. 6 at NJD, J.T. Miller has 53 points through 39 games. His 53 points are the third-most prior to the team’s 40th game of the season in franchise history, trailing Pavel Bure (58 in 1992.93) and Alexander Mogilny (54, 1995.96). 
  • With 2 points (1-1-2) on Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, J.T. Miller reached 50 points in 37 games. He is the 4th fastest player in franchise history to hit the mark, behind Pavel Bure, Alexander Mogilny, and Daniel Sedin.
  • After recording two assists on Dec. 17/23 at CHI, Miller (11 GP) owns the record for most multi-assist efforts in the first 32 games of a season in franchise history. He passed Henrik Sedin who had 10 games in the first 32 games of the 2009.10 season.
  • After registering two assists on Dec. 12/23 vs TBL, J.T. Miller (42, 15-27-42) owns the Canucks franchise record for most points prior to the 30th game of the season. Tony Tanti held the previous record with 41 points in 1983.84. 

TRIPLE THREAT

  • With Elias Pettersson (52) and Quinn Hughes (50) joining J.T. Miller (54) at the 50-point mark on Jan. 8/24 at NYR, they became the third trio of teammates in the past 30 years to feature three different 50-point scorers through 40 games in a season (2007.08 Ottawa Senators, 1995.96 Pittsburgh Penguins). 
  • J.T. Miller, Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson are the third teammate trio since 1997 to each record 40 points in their team’s first 33 games of a season. The other trios include Mikko Rantanen, Nathan Mackinnon, and Gabriel Landeskog in 2018.19 and Daniel Alfredsson, Daniel Heatley, and Jason Spezza in 2005.06 and 2007.08.
  • Miller, Hughes and Pettersson are the second teammate trio in Canucks franchise history to each record 40 points in their first 33 games of a season. Tony Tanti, Patrik Sundstrom and Darcy Rota are the only other Canucks trio to complete this feat.   

SETTING RECORDS

  • After defeating the Sabres on Jan. 13/24, the Canucks went on a five-game road winning streak from Jan. 6/24 - Jan. 13/24, marking the third such run over the past 10 years in Canucks franchise history. The 2022.23 and 2014.14 seasons marked the other two instances.
  • On Jan. 2/24 vs OTT, the Canucks scored five goals in the opening period for the 12th time in franchise history and the fourth time since then turn of the century. 
  • Leading the NHL standings with 49 points on Dec. 25/23, the Canucks became the first Canadian team to lead the league at the time of the Holiday Break since the Ottawa Senators in 2005. 
  • With a record of 23-9-3 through Dec. 23/23, the Canucks have recorded the most wins in franchise history through the team’s first 35 games of a season. 
  • After their win on Dec. 14/23 vs FLA, the Vancouver Canucks (30 GP) set a franchise record for fewest games needed to reach 20 wins in a season. The previous record was set in 2005.06 in 31 games.

2023.24 CANUCKS MILESTONES

  • Thatcher Demko recorded his 100th career win, Jan. 6 vs NJD
  • Nikita Zadorov appeared in his 600th NHL game, Dec. 28 vs PHI
  • Rick Tocchet coached his 500th career NHL game, Dec. 5 vs NJD
  • Teddy Blueger recorded his 100th career point, Nov. 24 at SEA
  • Conor Garland recorded his 200th career point, Nov. 24 at SEA
  • Andrei Kuzmenko appeared in his 100th NHL game, Nov. 22 at COL
  • Quinn Hughes appeared in his 300th NHL game, Nov. 16 at CGY
  • Linus Karlsson appeared in his first NHL game, Nov. 16 at CGY
  • Ilya Mikheyev appeared in his 200th NHL game, Nov. 6 vs EDM
  • Elias Pettersson recorded his 200th career assist, Nov. 2 at SJS
  • Anthony Beauvillier appeared in his 500th NHL game, Nov. 2 at SJS
  • Brock Boeser appeared in his 400th NHL game, Oct. 14 at EDM
  • Rick Tocchet recorded his 200th career win, Oct. 14 at EDM

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

  • Linus Karlsson reassigned to Abbotsford, Jan. 16
  • Mark Friedman assigned to Abbotsford on a Conditioning Loan, Jan. 16
  • Carson Soucy activated off LTIR, Jan. 6
  • Phillip Di Giuseppe placed on LTIR, Jan. 6
  • Josh Bloom reassigned to Saginaw, Jan. 5
  • Linus Karlsson recalled from Abbotsford, Jan. 3
  • Nick Cicek and a sixth-round pick (2024) acquired from San Jose in exchange for Jack Studnicka, Dec. 15. 
  • Pius Suter activated off IR, Dec 14
  • Linus Karlsson reassigned to Abbotsford, Dec 9
  • Matt Irwin reassigned to Abbotsford, Dec. 2
  • Nikita Zadorov acquired from Calgary in exchange for a fifth-round pick (2024) and a third-round pick (2026), Nov. 30
  • Cole McWard reassigned to Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Linus Karlsson recalled from Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Matt Irwin recalled from Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Akito Hirose reassigned to Abbotsford, Nov. 29
  • Conditional fifth-round pick (2024) acquired from Chicago in exchange for Anthony Beauvillier, Nov. 28

THE LAST TIME…

  • The Canucks won when leading after 1P: Jan. 11/24 at PIT
  • The Canucks lost when leading after 1P: Jan. 4/24 at STL
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 1P: Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • The Canucks won when leading after 2P: Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • The Canucks lost when leading after 2P: Oct. 17/22 at WSH
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when leading after 2P: Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • The Canucks won when trailing after 1P: Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • The Canucks lost when trailing after 1P: Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 1P: Dec. 16/23 at MIN
  • The Canucks won when trailing after 2P: Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • The Canucks lost when trailing after 2P: Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when trailing after 2P: Mar. 28/23 at STL
  • The Canucks won when tied after 1P: Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • The Canucks lost when tied after 1P: Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 1P: Dec. 21/23 at DAL
  • The Canucks won when tied after 2P: Nov. 28/23 vs ANA
  • The Canucks lost when tied after 2P: Jan. 4/24 at STL
  • The Canucks lost in OT/SO when tied after 2P: Dec. 21/23 at DAL

2023.24 SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS

  • Most Goals Scored, Game: 10, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most Goals Scored, Period: 5, Jan. 2/24 vs. OTT, 1st period
  • Most Goals Allowed, Game: 6, Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • Most Goals Allowed, Period: 4, Dec. 5/23 vs NJD, 1st period
  • Fewest Goals Scored, Game: 0, Oct. 17 at PHI
  • Fewest Goals Allowed, Game: 0, 5x, Latest Jan. 13/24 at BUF
  • Most PPG Scored, Game: 4, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most PPG Allowed, Game: 3, Oct. 28/23 vs NYR
  • Most SHG Scored, Game: 1, 4x, Latest Nov. 24/23 at SEA
  • Most SHG Allowed, Game: 1, Dec. 28 vs PHI
  • Most Shots, Game: 43, Nov. 15/23 vs NYI
  • Most Shots, Period: 19, Oct. 27/23 vs STL, 1st period
  • Most Shots, OT: 6, Oct. 28/23 vs NYR
  • Fewest Shots, Game: 16, 2x, Latest Nov. 9/23 at OTT
  • Fewest Shots, Period: 1, Dec. 14/23 vs FLA, 3rd period
  • Fewest Shots, OT: 1, 2x, Latest Jan. 15/23 at CBJ
  • Most Shots Allowed, Game: 44, 2x, Latest Jan. 15/24 at CBJ
  • Most Shots Allowed, Period: 25, Jan. 15/24 at CBJ, 2nd period
  • Most Shots Allowed, OT: 4, Jan. 15/23 at CBJ
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, Game: 18, Oct. 24/23 at NSH
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, Period: 2, Nov. 24/23 at SEA, 3rd period
  • Fewest Shots Allowed, OT: 0, 2x, Latest Dec. 16/23 at MIN
  • Most Hits, Game: 33, 2x, Latest Dec. 5/23 vs NJD
  • Fewest Hits, Game: 7, Nov. 2/23 at SJS
  • Most Blocked Shots, Game: 25, Oct. 14/23 at EDM
  • Fewest Blocked Shots, Game: 2, Oct. 27/23 vs STL
  • Largest Margin of Victory: 9 goals, Nov. 2/23 at SJS (10-1 W)
  • Largest Margin of Defeat: 3 goals, 5x, Latest Dec. 28/23 vs PHI
  • Longest Win Streak: 5 games, 2x, Latest Jan. 6/24 – Jan. 13/24
  • Longest Point Streak: 9 games, 2x, Latest Dec. 7/23 – Dec. 23/23
  • Longest Winless Streak: 2 games, 2x, Latest Nov. 16/23 - Nov. 18/23
  • Longest Pointless Streak: 2 games, 2x, Latest Nov. 16/23 - Nov. 18/23  

VANCOUVER 2023.24 RECORD WHEN…

  • Score 4+ Goals: 23-1-0
  • Score 3 Goals or Less: 6-10-4
  • Allow 4+ Goals: 2-9-2
  • Allow 3 Goals or Less: 27-2-2
  • Scoring First: 23-5-2
  • Allowing First Goal: 6-6-2
  • On 0 Days Rest: 3-2-1
  • On 1 Day Rest: 16-6-3
  • On 2 Days Rest: 8-2-0
  • On 3+ Days Rest: 2-1-0
  • Score a PPG: 15-4-2
  • Give up a PPG: 13-6-2
  • 25 or More Shots on Goal: 20-8-3
  • Less than 25 shots: 9-3-1

THREE STARS - JANUARY

  • Pettersson – 25 pts
  • Demko – 10 pts
  • Lafferty – 5 pts
  • Boeser – 5 pts
  • Miller – 5 pts
  • Höglander – 5 pts
  • Suter – 5 pts
  • Hronek – 5 pts

DECEMBER WINNER – DeSmith (15 pts) 
NOVEMBER WINNER – Hughes, Demko (30 pts) 
OCTOBER WINNER – Pettersson (15 pts) 
*5 points are awarded for each Three Stars selection

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Keep'n this short cuz it's after 8:00 am already...

No more fool'n 'roun'..

Hit 'Em Hard!

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.. and Eat 'Em Up!

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Get after it!

GO CANUCKS GO!

GO LOTTO, GO LOTTO, GO LOTTO

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The hidden content was a nice touch, will probably do that for starting line up’s in the future. More info less scrolling 😎

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7 minutes ago, John.Tallhouse said:

The hidden content was a nice touch, will probably do that for starting line up’s in the future. More info less scrolling 😎

 

It formats terribly on mobile and there's no canucks lineup.

 

 

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