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1994-95 Results

The NHL owners locked out the players just prior to the start of the 1994-95 regular season. The lockout lasted into January when both sides finally hammered out an agreement and the games began. The Canucks finished with 48 points in 48 games, good enough for sixth place in the Western Conference. Pavel Bure led the team in goals (20) and points (43) while Kirk McLean played in 40 games, posting a record of 18-12-10.

In the first round playoff match with St. Louis, the Canucks played a see-saw battle with the Blues before finally taking the series in seven games. Would we see a repeat of the previous season? No. The Canucks were eliminated in the second round by Chicago in four straight games (three of which went into overtime). On May 27, 1995, the Canucks played their final game in the Pacific Coliseum. Despite the disappointing loss, fans gave the team -- and their rink -- a standing ovation.


Regular Season

 DATE  H/A OPPOSITION   SCORE OT GP  W  L  T  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES         
JAN 20  H  DALLAS       1-1 T OT  1  0  0  1   1   1   1 0.500 Lockout season finally starts  
JAN 21  H  ST. LOUIS    1-7 L     2  0  1  1   2   8   1 0.250 Geoff Courtnall breaks shutout 
JAN 24  A  DETROIT      3-6 L     3  0  2  1   5  14   1 0.167 Wing Sheppard gets hat trick   
JAN 25  A  TORONTO      2-6 L     4  0  3  1   7  20   1 0.125 Adams records two assists      
JAN 28  A  ST. LOUIS    3-1 W     5  1  3  1  10  21   3 0.300 First game at Kiel Center      
FEB  1  H  TORONTO      4-4 T OT  6  1  3  2  14  25   4 0.333 Canucks up 4-1 after second    
FEB  5  H  CHICAGO      4-9 L     7  1  4  2  18  34   4 0.286 Hawk Nicholls gets hat trick   
FEB  7  H  EDMONTON     4-4 T OT  8  1  4  3  22  38   5 0.313 Linden salvages point at 19:54 
FEB  9  H  WINNIPEG     5-1 W     9  2  4  3  27  39   7 0.389 Peca knocks Selanne from game  
FEB 11  H  SAN JOSE     1-1 T OT 10  2  4  4  28  40   8 0.400 Linden's goal his 400th point  
FEB 15  A  SAN JOSE     1-3 L    11  2  5  4  29  43   8 0.364 Linden breaks goose egg in 3rd 
FEB 17  A  ANAHEIM      2-2 T OT 12  2  5  5  31  45   9 0.375 Cullimore and Beranek debut    
FEB 18  A  LOS ANGELES  6-2 W    13  3  5  5  37  47  11 0.423 Brown leads with four points   
FEB 20  H  LOS ANGELES  8-2 W    14  4  5  5  45  49  13 0.464 Brown records five assists     
FEB 22  H  WINNIPEG     1-4 L    15  4  6  5  46  53  13 0.433 Linden scores lone goal        
FEB 24  A  DALLAS       3-3 T OT 16  4  6  6  49  56  14 0.438 McLean outshot 39 to 24        
FEB 26  A  SAN JOSE     5-1 W    17  5  6  6  54  57  16 0.471 Bure scores once, assists twice
FEB 28  H  SAN JOSE     3-4 L    18  5  7  6  57  61  16 0.444 Canucks down 4-1 in third      
MAR  2  A  CALGARY      2-2 T OT 19  5  7  7  59  63  17 0.447 Beranek ties it with 8.2 left  
MAR  4  A  LOS ANGELES  5-4 W    20  6  7  7  64  67  19 0.475 Ronning gets winner in second  
MAR  6  H  DETROIT      2-5 L    21  6  8  7  66  72  19 0.452 Unanswered phone costs Canucks 
MAR 11  H  ANAHEIM      5-3 W    22  7  8  7  71  75  21 0.477 Gelinas scores twice in third  
MAR 12  A  EDMONTON     5-2 W    23  8  8  7  76  77  23 0.500 Ruuttu makes Canuck debut      
MAR 14  A  WINNIPEG     3-3 T OT 24  8  8  8  79  80  24 0.500 Peca returns to Winnipeg       
MAR 16  A  CHICAGO      2-9 L    25  8  9  8  81  89  24 0.480 Momesso gets both goals        
MAR 17  A  DETROIT      1-3 L    26  8 10  8  82  92  24 0.462 Peca gets lone goal in first   
MAR 21  H  TORONTO      3-1 W    27  9 10  8  85  93  26 0.481 Courtnall misses penalty shot  
MAR 23  H  CHICAGO      1-3 L    28  9 11  8  86  96  26 0.464 Odjick scores lone goal        
MAR 25  H  DETROIT      1-2 L    29  9 12  8  87  98  26 0.448 Quinn defends Bure on TV       
MAR 26  A  CALGARY      0-2 L    30  9 13  8  87 100  26 0.433 Whitmore allows single goal    
MAR 29  H  LOS ANGELES  5-2 W    31 10 13  8  92 102  28 0.452 Gelinas scores a pair          
MAR 31  H  ANAHEIM      6-1 W    32 11 13  8  98 103  30 0.469 Gelinas scores two more        
APR  1  A  EDMONTON     5-1 W    33 12 13  8 103 104  32 0.485 Courtnall records four points  
APR  4  H  DALLAS       2-2 T OT 34 12 13  9 105 106  33 0.485 Courtnall scores both goals    
APR  7  A  WINNIPEG     4-7 L    35 12 14  9 109 113  33 0.471 Canucks trade Adams, Diduck    
APR  8  A  CALGARY      4-2 W    36 13 14  9 113 115  35 0.486 Russ Courtnall, Oksiuta debut  
APR 11  H  ANAHEIM      5-0 W    37 14 14  9 118 115  37 0.500 Bure hat trick, McLean shutout 
APR 13  H  EDMONTON     4-6 L    38 14 15  9 122 121  37 0.487 Scott Walker makes NHL debut   
APR 15  A  ANAHEIM      3-1 W    39 15 15  9 125 122  39 0.500 Gelinas gets winner in third   
APR 17  A  DALLAS       2-2 T OT 40 15 15 10 127 124  40 0.500 Brown and Peca score           
APR 18  A  ST. LOUIS    1-4 L    41 15 16 10 128 128  40 0.488 Geoff Courtnall gets lone goal 
APR 20  H  CALGARY      2-2 T OT 42 15 16 11 130 130  41 0.488 Linden scores both goals       
APR 22  H  EDMONTON     6-1 W    43 16 16 11 136 131  43 0.500 Russ Courtnall records 5 points
APR 25  A  CHICAGO      3-4 L OT 44 16 17 11 139 135  43 0.489 Canucks lose in overtime       
APR 26  A  TORONTO      2-5 L    45 16 18 11 141 140  43 0.478 Bure, Lumme score              
APR 28  H  ST. LOUIS    3-1 W    46 17 18 11 144 141  45 0.489 Canucks clinch playoff spot    
APR 30  H  CALGARY      6-4 W    47 18 18 11 150 145  47 0.500 Last regular game at Coliseum  
MAY  3  A  SAN JOSE     3-3 T OT 48 18 18 12 153 148  48 0.500 First NHL goal/game for Aucoin 

                          Canucks finish sixth in Western Conference             

Playoffs

 DATE  H/A OPPOSITION   SCORE OT GP  W  L  T  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES         
MAY  7  A  ST. LOUIS    1-2 L     1  0  1  0   1   2   0 0.000 Bure gets lone goal            
MAY  9  A  ST. LOUIS    5-3 W     2  1  1  0   6   5   2 0.500 Russ Courtnall gets four points
MAY 11  H  ST. LOUIS    6-1 W     3  2  1  0  12   6   4 0.667 Lumme leads with three points  
MAY 13  H  ST. LOUIS    2-5 L     4  2  2  0  14  11   4 0.500 Blue Shanahan gets hat trick   
MAY 15  A  ST. LOUIS    6-5 W OT  5  3  2  0  20  16   6 0.600 Ronning gets overtime winner   
MAY 17  H  ST. LOUIS    2-8 L     6  3  3  0  22  24   6 0.500 Rough third period             
MAY 19  A  ST. LOUIS    5-3 W     7  4  3  0  27  27   8 0.571 McLean outshot 44 to 22        
                       VANCOUVER WINS BEST OF SEVEN SERIES FOUR GAMES TO THREE   

MAY 21  A  CHICAGO      1-2 L OT  8  4  4  0  28  29   8 0.500 Linden scores lone goal        
MAY 23  A  CHICAGO      0-2 L     9  4  5  0  28  31   8 0.444 Belfour outduels McLean        
MAY 25  H  CHICAGO      2-3 L OT 10  4  6  0  30  34   8 0.400 Russ Courtnall gets both goals 
MAY 27  H  CHICAGO      3-4 L OT 11  4  7  0  33  38   8 0.364 Coliseum era ends with whimper 
                         Chicago wins best of seven series four games to none    

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