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After the amazing Stanley Cup run the year before, the Canucks looked to continue their winning ways. There were a few changes in the off-season, so the team would again be led by forwards Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Alex Burrows, Ryan Kesler, Chris Higgins and Jannik Hansen, defensemen Alex Edler, Kevin Bieksa, Dan Hamhuis and the goaltending tandem of Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider.

The Canucks started with a mediocre 9-9-1 record through their first 19 games before nine wins in ten games put them back near the top of the standings. From January 17 to February 19, the team recorded at least a point in thirteen straight games. On March 21, Daniel Sedin suffered a concussion and missed the rest of the regular season. The Canucks then went on a seven game winning streak and finished the year with a win over Edmonton giving them 111 points and their second President's Trophy in as many years.

Once again, the Canucks had home ice advantage for the playoffs and met the Los Angeles Kings in the first round. After two 4-2 losses in Vancouver, the Canucks started Cory Schneider in net for the rest of the series. After a 1-0 loss in Los Angeles and facing elimination in a sweep, Daniel Sedin returned to the lineup and the Canucks won 3-1. Back in Vancouver, the Kings took the series with an overtime goal and then went on to win the Stanley Cup.


Regular Season

 DATE  H/A OPPOSITION   SCORE OT GP  W  L OL  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES
OCT  6  H  PITTSBURGH   3-4 L SO  1  0  0  1   3   4   1  .500 Sturm, Weise Canuck debuts  
OCT 10  A  COLUMBUS     3-2 W     2  1  0  1   6   6   3  .750 Burrows winner in third     
OCT 12  A  PHILADELPHIA 4-5 L     3  1  1  1  10  11   3  .500 Canucks trail 3-1 after 1st 
OCT 13  A  DETROIT      0-2 L     4  1  2  1  10  13   3  .375 Wing Howard gets shutout    
OCT 15  A  EDMONTON     4-3 W     5  2  2  1  14  16   5  .500 Salo gets first,last goal   
OCT 18  H  NY RANGERS   0-4 L     6  2  3  1  14  20   5  .417 Vancouver 40 shots, no goals
OCT 20  H  NASHVILLE    5-1 W     7  3  3  1  19  21   7  .500 Sedins combine for 5 points 
OCT 22  H  MINNESOTA WI 3-2 W OT  8  4  3  1  22  23   9  .563 Salo gets winner late in OT 
OCT 25  A  EDMONTON     2-3 L     9  4  4  1  24  26   9  .500 Hodgson, Burrows score      
OCT 26  H  ST. LOUIS    0-3 L    10  4  5  1  24  29   9  .450 Blue Elliott gets shutout   
OCT 29  H  WASHINGTON   7-4 W    11  5  5  1  31  33  11  .500 Lapierre first and last goal
NOV  1  A  CALGARY      5-1 W    12  6  5  1  36  34  13  .542 Edler goal and two assists  
NOV  3  A  MINNESOTA WI 1-5 L    13  6  6  1  37  39  13  .500 Hamhuis opens the scoring   
NOV  4  A  ST. LOUIS    2-3 L    14  6  7  1  39  42  13  .464 Burrows, Kesler score       
NOV  6  A  CHICAGO      6-2 W    15  7  7  1  45  44  15  .500 Sedins combine for 7 points 
NOV 10  A  LOS ANGELES  3-2 W    16  8  7  1  48  46  17  .531 Canucks up 3-0 in first     
NOV 11  A  ANAHEIM      3-4 L    17  8  8  1  51  50  17  .500 Canucks trail 4-0 after 2nd 
NOV 13  H  NY ISLANDERS 4-1 W    18  9  8  1  55  51  19  .528 Rome goal, two assists      
NOV 16  H  CHICAGO      1-5 L    19  9  9  1  56  56  19  .500 Hansen gets lone goal       
NOV 20  H  OTTAWA       2-1 W OT 20 10  9  1  58  57  21  .525 Higgins gets OT winner      
NOV 23  A  COLORADO AV. 3-0 W    21 11  9  1  61  57  23  .548 Schneider makes 24 saves    
NOV 25  A  PHOENIX      5-0 W    22 12  9  1  66  57  25  .568 Schneider perfect again     
NOV 26  A  SAN JOSE     3-2 W    23 13  9  1  69  59  27  .587 Alberts gets eventual winner
NOV 29  H  COLUMBUS     4-1 W    24 14  9  1  73  60  29  .604 Schneider makes 47 saves    
DEC  1  H  NASHVILLE    5-6 L    25 14 10  1  78  66  29  .580 Five Canucks get a goal     
DEC  4  H  CALGARY      5-1 W    26 15 10  1  83  67  31  .596 Higgins, Booth three points 
DEC  6  H  COLORADO AV. 6-0 W    27 16 10  1  89  67  33  .611 Daniel scores three times   
DEC  8  A  MONTREAL     4-3 W SO 28 17 10  1  93  70  35  .625 Canucks trail 3-0 in 2nd    
DEC 10  A  OTTAWA       4-1 W    29 18 10  1  97  71  37  .638 Kesler two goals, assist    
DEC 13  A  COLUMBUS     1-2 L SO 30 18 10  2  98  73  38  .633 Lapierre gets lone goal     
DEC 15  A  CAROLINA     3-4 L    31 18 11  2 101  77  38  .613 Canucks lead 2-0 in second  
DEC 17  A  TORONTO      5-3 W    32 19 11  2 106  80  40  .625 Five Canucks get a goal     
DEC 19  H  MINNESOTA WI 4-0 W    33 20 11  2 110  80  42  .636 Luongo makes 33 saves       
DEC 21  H  DETROIT      4-2 W    34 21 11  2 114  82  44  .647 Edler shorthanded in third  
DEC 23  H  CALGARY      1-3 L    35 21 12  2 115  85  44  .629 All scoring in third        
DEC 26  H  EDMONTON     5-3 W    36 22 12  2 120  88  46  .639 Ebbett two goals in first   
DEC 28  A  SAN JOSE     3-2 W OT 37 23 12  2 123  90  48  .649 Ebbett gets overtime winner 
DEC 29  A  ANAHEIM      5-2 W    38 24 12  2 128  92  50  .658 Henrik goal, two assists    
DEC 31  A  LOS ANGELES  1-4 L    39 24 13  2 129  96  50  .641 Bieksa opens the scoring    
JAN  2  H  SAN JOSE     2-3 L SO 40 24 13  3 131  99  51  .638 Hodgson, Hansen score       
JAN  4  H  MINNESOTA WI 3-0 W    41 25 13  3 134  99  53  .646 Luongo makes 28 saves       
JAN  7  A  BOSTON       4-3 W    42 26 13  3 138 102  55  .655 Back in Boston after finals 
JAN  9  A  FLORIDA      1-2 L    43 26 14  3 139 104  55  .640 Weise opens the scoring     
JAN 10  A  TAMPA BAY    5-4 W SO 44 27 14  3 144 108  57  .648 Raymond gets shootout winner
JAN 12  A  ST. LOUIS    3-2 W OT 45 28 14  3 147 110  59  .656 Burrows scores twice        
JAN 15  H  ANAHEIM      2-4 L    46 28 15  3 149 114  59  .641 Hodgson, Raymond score      
JAN 17  H  LOS ANGELES  2-3 L SO 47 28 15  4 151 117  60  .638 Daniel, Booth score         
JAN 21  H  SAN JOSE     4-3 W    48 29 15  4 155 120  62  .646 Hodgson two goals, winner   
JAN 24  H  EDMONTON     3-2 W SO 49 30 15  4 158 122  64  .653 Hodgson gets shootout winner
JAN 31  H  CHICAGO      3-2 W OT 50 31 15  4 161 124  66  .660 Edler records two assists   
FEB  2  H  DETROIT      3-4 L SO 51 31 15  5 164 128  67  .657 Raymond ties game in third  
FEB  4  A  COLORADO AV. 3-2 W SO 52 32 15  5 167 130  69  .663 Bieksa ties it late in third
FEB  7  A  NASHVILLE    4-3 W SO 53 33 15  5 171 133  71  .670 Bitz gets goal and assist   
FEB  9  A  MINNESOTA WI 5-2 W    54 34 15  5 176 135  73  .676 Five different Canucks score
FEB 11  A  CALGARY      2-3 L SO 55 34 15  6 178 138  74  .673 Canucks trail 2-0 in 2nd    
FEB 13  H  PHOENIX      2-1 W SO 56 35 15  6 180 139  76  .679 Canucks win shootout 4-3    
FEB 15  H  COLORADO AV. 3-1 W    57 36 15  6 183 140  78  .684 Hansen gets winner in third 
FEB 18  H  TORONTO      6-2 W    58 37 15  6 189 142  80  .690 Sedins combine for 8 points 
FEB 19  A  EDMONTON     5-2 W    59 38 15  6 194 144  82  .695 Five different Canucks score
FEB 21  A  NASHVILLE    1-3 L    60 38 16  6 195 147  82  .683 Weise gets lone goal        
FEB 23  A  DETROIT      4-3 W SO 61 39 16  6 199 150  84  .689 Burrows only shootout goal  
FEB 24  A  NEW JERSEY   2-1 W    62 40 16  6 201 151  86  .694 Rome, Raymond score         
FEB 26  A  DALLAS       2-3 L OT 63 40 16  7 203 154  87  .690 Canucks lead 2-0 in second  
FEB 28  A  PHOENIX      1-2 L SO 64 40 16  8 204 156  88  .688 Kassian, Pahlsson join team 
MAR  1  H  ST. LOUIS    2-0 W    65 41 16  8 206 156  90  .692 Luongo makes 29 saves       
MAR  3  H  BUFFALO      3-5 L    66 41 17  8 209 161  90  .682 Booth scores twice          
MAR  6  H  DALLAS       2-5 L    67 41 18  8 211 166  90  .672 Higgins, Edler score        
MAR  8  H  WINNIPEG (2) 3-2 W    68 42 18  8 214 168  92  .676 Pahlsson gets winning goal  
MAR 10  H  MONTREAL     1-4 L    69 42 19  8 215 172  92  .667 Kesler gets lone goal       
MAR 14  H  PHOENIX      4-5 L    70 42 20  8 219 177  92  .657 Canucks up 2-0 in first     
MAR 17  H  COLUMBUS     4-3 W    71 43 20  8 223 180  94  .662 Daniel two goals, winner    
MAR 19  A  MINNESOTA WI 0-2 L    72 43 21  8 223 182  94  .653 Wild's Harding stops all 33 
MAR 21  A  CHICAGO      1-2 L OT 73 43 21  9 224 184  95  .651 Daniel concussed by Keith   
MAR 22  A  DALLAS       2-1 W    74 44 21  9 226 185  97  .655 Raymond gets goal, assist   
MAR 24  A  COLORADO AV. 3-2 W OT 75 45 21  9 229 187  99  .660 Higgins gets 2nd goal in OT 
MAR 26  H  LOS ANGELES  1-0 W    76 46 21  9 230 187 101  .664 Luongo makes 38 saves       
MAR 28  H  COLORADO AV. 1-0 W    77 47 21  9 231 187 103  .669 Schneider makes 43 saves    
MAR 30  H  DALLAS       5-2 W    78 48 21  9 236 189 105  .673 Lapierre goal, two assists  
MAR 31  H  CALGARY      3-2 W OT 79 49 21  9 239 191 107  .677 Ebbett gets overtime winner 
APR  3  H  ANAHEIM      5-4 W SO 80 50 21  9 244 195 109  .681 Canucks trail 4-2 in 2nd    
APR  5  A  CALGARY      2-3 L    81 50 22  9 246 198 109  .673 Canucks first and last goal 
APR  7  H  EDMONTON     3-0 W    82 51 22  9 249 198 111  .677 Henrik gets winner in second

              Canucks finish first out of 15 teams in the Western Conference

Playoffs

 DATE  H/A OPPOSITION   SCORE OT GP  W  L  -  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES   
APR 11  H  LOS ANGELES  2-4 L     1  0  1  -   2   4   0  .000 Burrows goal on birthday    
APR 13  H  LOS ANGELES  2-4 L     2  0  2  -   4   8   0  .000 Hansen, Pahlsson score      
APR 15  A  LOS ANGELES  0-1 L     3  0  3  -   4   9   0  .000 King Quick makes 41 saves   
APR 18  A  LOS ANGELES  3-1 W     4  1  3  -   7  10   2  .250 Daniel returns, no sweep    
APR 22  H  LOS ANGELES  1-2 L OT  5  1  4  -   8  12   2  .200 Schneider outshot 37-27     
                 Los Angeles wins best of seven series four games to one  

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