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San Jose Sharks vs Vancouver Canucks 12 21 2017 SAP Center 2 tickets
San Jose Sharks vs Vancouver Canucks 12 21 2017 SAP Center 2 tickets

$65.00

NY Rangers vs Vancouver Canucks 11 26 MSG 2 tickets
NY Rangers vs Vancouver Canucks 11 26 MSG 2 tickets

$299.99

Philadelphia Flyers vs Vancouver Canucks November 21 2017 2 tickets 1st Row
Philadelphia Flyers vs Vancouver Canucks November 21 2017 2 tickets 1st Row

$190.00

2 Dallas Stars vs Vancouver Canucks  Platinum Tickets Section 219 Row C
2 Dallas Stars vs Vancouver Canucks Platinum Tickets Section 219 Row C

$150.99

2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks  Toronto Maple Leafs 1 6 18 Toronto ON
2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks Toronto Maple Leafs 1 6 18 Toronto ON

$1,053.00

2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks  Calgary Flames 12 9 17 Calgary AB
2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks Calgary Flames 12 9 17 Calgary AB

$259.74

2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks  Calgary Flames 12 9 17 Calgary AB
2 Tickets Vancouver Canucks Calgary Flames 12 9 17 Calgary AB

$238.68

2 Tickets Calgary Flames vs Vancouver Canucks 2 19 16 Calgary AB 74 each
2 Tickets Calgary Flames vs Vancouver Canucks 2 19 16 Calgary AB 74 each

$148.00

2 TICKETS VANCOUVER CANUCKS  LA KINGS 3 12 Sec 102 Row 5
2 TICKETS VANCOUVER CANUCKS LA KINGS 3 12 Sec 102 Row 5

$274.99

1 6 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center
1 6 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center

$353.00

1 6 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center
1 6 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center

$509.00

1 10 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center
1 10 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center

$483.00

Washington Capitals vs Vancouver Canucks Tickets 1 9 2018 Ledge Food Parking
Washington Capitals vs Vancouver Canucks Tickets 1 9 2018 Ledge Food Parking

$400.00

4 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center
4 Tickets Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks 3 22 18 United Center

$955.00

San Jose Sharks vs Vancouver Canucks 12 21 17 San Jose
San Jose Sharks vs Vancouver Canucks 12 21 17 San Jose

$250.00

SAN JOSE SHARKS VS VANCOUVER CANUCKS REGULAR SEASON TICKETS 12 21 2 SEATS
SAN JOSE SHARKS VS VANCOUVER CANUCKS REGULAR SEASON TICKETS 12 21 2 SEATS

$520.00



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The history of the Vancouver Canucks began with a bit of bad luck. Prior to the start of the 1970-71 season both the Canucks and the Buffalo Sabres were granted NHL franchises in the league's second expansion since the original six days. In order to give both fledgling clubs an equal shot at the number one overall pick the team's spun a makeshift roulette wheel. Each team had chosen an equal amount of specific numbers before the spin. As it turned out, the Sabres would win that fateful lottery, landing coveted junior star Gilbert Perreault with the first overall pick. The Canucks would draft Dale Tallon that year. Tallon would go on to a modest NHL career, but his numbers wouldn't be anywhere near Perreault's lofty totals.

Like most expansion teams, the Canucks didn't make much of an impact in their early years. With Tallon, captain Orland Kurtenbach, Dennis Ververgaert, and Jocelyn Guevremont the club had a solid talent base, but did not have enough depth to compete with the league's best teams. They made the playoffs a couple of times during the 70s, but were knocked out in the first round with little fanfare.

The 80s, with one surprising exception, was a miserable decade for Canucks fans. Stuck in the Smythe division with the powerful Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames the Canucks put together one losing season after another. In fact, not once in the entire decade would they enjoy a winning season, despite boasting a number of talented stars that included Thomas Gradin, Stan Smyl, Patrick Sundstrom, Tony Tanti, Cam Needy, Barry Pederson, Curt Fraser and Richard Brodeur.

1982 Stanley Cup Run

Despite their regular season woes during the 80's the Canucks did enjoy one brief flash of success early in the decade. Though they had finished three games under .500 that season, they wound up finishing second in their division, behind only the Edmonton Oilers. This gave them home ice advantage in the first round against the Calgary Flames. With head coach Harry Neale suspended as the result of an incident against the Quebec Nordiques at the tail end of the regular season, assistant Roger Neilson would take the coaching reins. Neilson would guide the Canucks to a surprising first round sweep over the Flames, giving the Nucks the first ever playoff series victory in their history.

In round two the competition wouldn't get much stiffer. The lowly Los Angeles Kings had stunned the hockey world, knocking out Wayne Gretzky and his Edmonton Oilers in round one. The Canucks, confident after their easy victory over Calgary, would dispatch the upstart Kings in five games to move on to a semi-final match-up against the Chicago Blackhawks.

As luck would have it, the Blackhawks were yet another team with a losing record. They'd finished eight games below .500, placing fourth in the Norris division. The Canucks, using "towel power" as a motivator, and backed by the stellar goaltending of "King" Richard Brodeur, rolled over yet another competitor with a worse regular season record than themselves, dispatching the Hawks in five games to reach the Stanley Cup Finals.

Their luck of meeting weak opponents would finally run out in the finals. There they would encounter the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion New York Islanders. With a talented roster that included Mike Bossy, Bryan Trottier, Denis Potvin and Billy Smith the Islanders looked like a safe bet to capture their third straight Stanley Cup.

The Canucks did manage to acquit themselves well in the first game, forcing the Islanders to overtime in the Isles' home building. However, when Mike Bossy scored just over a minute into OT to give his club a 6-5 win it was like a pin stuck into the inflated hopes of Canucks fans. The Isles would go on to win the next three games easily, sweeping the Nucks, and earning the cup.

The Trevor Linden and Pavel Bure Years

In the late 1980's and early 1990's the Canucks would draft arguably the two greatest players ever to pull on Vancouver Canucks jerseys. First they landed Trevor Linden, a terrific two-way player from the Medicine Hat Tigers, and later Pavel Bure, AKA The Russian Rocket, who's electrifying speed and skill made him one of the most exciting, dangerous forwards in the league.

Around these two stars, the Canucks also built a strong nucleus of players that included Cliff Ronning, Geoff Courtnall, Greg Adams, Murray Craven, Jyrki Lumme, Dave Babych, and goaltender Kirk McLean. With the leadership of Linden, and the explosive scoring of Bure the Canucks flourished under head coach Pat Quinn, and in the 1993-94 everything came together for another charge at the cup.

It was almost the Stanley Cup run that wasn't. The Calgary Flames stood in their way in the first round, and with plenty of star power of their own in the form of Joe Nieuwendyk, Theoren Fleury, Joel Otto, Gary Roberts, Al MacInnis and goalie Mike Vernon, the Flames were a handful and then some for the Canucks. The first round match between the clubs went the distance, and thanks to an unbelievable save by Kirk McLean on sniper Robert Reichel, followed by a beautiful breakaway goal by Pavel Bure the Canucks prevailed by the slimmest of margins, winning game seven in overtime.

The next two series would be relatively easy in comparison for the Canucks, who would dispatch both the Dallas Stars and the Toronto Maple Leafs in short order to advance to the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals against the New York Rangers.

The Rangers seemed like a team of destiny that season. Led by captain Mark Messier, who'd cemented his legend as hockey's greatest leader by guaranteeing, and then delivering, victory against the New Jersey Devils the previous round, the Rangers seemed set to end their 54 year Stanley Cup drought. With plenty of star power to back him up in the form of Brian Leetch, Mike Richter, Sergei Zubov, Alexei Kovalev and Adam Graves, and with home ice advantage the series certainly seemed tilted in New York's favor.

This Canucks team was much different than the one that had gone out with barely a whisper in 1982. Though they found themselves down 3-1 in the series going back to New York for game five they didn't give up, fighting back and forcing a seventh and deciding game in Madison Square Garden. In one of the most dramatic finishes in the history of the finals, the Rangers hung on to squeak out a 3-2 win in that final game, crushing the dreams of Canucks fans, who had been desperately hoping to see their team hoist the first cup in the history of the franchise.

Today's Vancouver Canucks

Since the turn of the millennium the Canucks have been one of the stronger teams in the Western Conference. The team has enjoyed several stars including Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, Trevor Linden, Henrik Sedin and brother Daniel, and goaltender Roberto Luongo. However, despite strong regular season success they've been unable to advance past the second round of the playoffs. In 2009 and 2010, despite their great potential, they were eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks. The Hawks, led by stars like Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith, and agitator Dustin Byfuglien, seemed to discover a recipe to frustrate the talented Canucks squad. After beating the Canucks in six games this year, the Hawks went on to win the Stanley Cup, leaving Canucks fans wondering what might have been had they managed to hold on to win game two in Chicago.

Hope is at an all-time high for the upcoming season. The Canucks have arguably gotten even better than they were last year, adding defensemen Dan Hamhuis and Keith Ballard to the mix. Henrik Sedin is coming off a year when he won both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Trophy - the first player in a Vancouver Canucks jersey ever to do so - and it seems he and brother Daniel are still improving. And Roberto Luongo, still one of the game's best goalies, is determined to prove he can take the Canucks to the promise land. With the Blackhawks roster blown apart by the economic realities of the post salary cap era the Canucks main nemesis will be much more vulnerable should they meet in the 2011 playoffs. The future looks very bright indeed for Canucks fans. After four decades of waiting it looks like they might finally get the reward they've so patiently awaited.