Vancouver Canucks

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The Vancouver Canucks are a professional ice hockey team based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Canucks joined the NHL in the expansion of 1970, but before this the team played in the old minor pro Western Hockey League. The Canucks play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference at Rogers Arena. The Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup but made it to the Stanley Cup finals in 1982, 1994 and 2011. The current captain of the team is Henrik Sedin.

Canuck is slang for a Canadian person and is used in a number of other Canadian sporting team names and elsewhere in Canadian Industry.

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Roster

Goaltenders

  • 30 - Jason LaBarbera
  • 1 - Roberto Luongo
  • 41 - Curtis Sanford
  • 35 - Cory Schneider

Defensemen

  • 3 - Kevin Bieksa
  • 4 - Rob Davison
  • 23 - Alexander Edler
  • 8 - Willie Mitchell
  • 55 - Shane O'Brien
  • 2 - Mattias Ohlund
  • 6 - Sami Salo
  • 5 - Ossi Vaananen

Forwards

  • 18 - Steve Bernier
  • 15 - Mike Brown
  • 14 - Alex Burrows
  • 38 - Pavol Demitra
  • 36 - Jannik Hansen
  • 24 - Darcy Hordichuk
  • 29 - Jason Jaffray
  • 10 - Ryan Johnson
  • 17 - Ryan Kesler
  • 9 - Taylor Pyatt
  • 21 - Mason Raymond
  • 37 - Rick Rypien
  • 22 - Daniel Sedin
  • 33 - Henrik Sedin
  • 13 - Mats Sundin
  • 42 - Kyle Wellwood

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