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15 goals, including overtime goals in two
consecutive games (game 5 against the Leafs and
game 1 against the Rangers).
to the Dallas Stars for Russ Courtnall in April
1995. Played over 1000 NHL games and played his
last NHL season in 2000-01.
his rookie season by playing in 16 playoff games.
Recorded 36 penalty minutes in the playoffs.
just seven more games for the Canucks before
being dealt to Philadelphia in February 1995.
in all 24 playoff games, finishing third among
defensemen with 8 points. Scored the game winning
goal in game five of the Finals.
on to play over 400 games with the Canucks,
including his 1000th NHL game. Sent to
Philadelphia during the 1997-98 season.
15 points in 24 games. Sent Pavel Bure on his
breakaway in the seventh game of the Calgary
another season and a half with the Canucks before
being traded to Hartford. NHL career ended after
offensively, scoring 16 goals and adding 15
assists. Scored in overtime to knock the Flames
out of the playoffs in round one.
with the Canucks until 1997-98. Held out for a
trade and was finally dealt to the Florida
Panthers in January 1999. Led the NHL in goal
scoring in the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 seasons.
Knee injuries ended his career.
action in just two playoff games.
by Hartford as a free agent in the Summer of
in three games during the Calgary series, scoring
three more NHL games (with the Canucks) in 1995.
19 points in 24 games. Scored overtime goal
during game five of the Calgary series. Video
replay was needed to count his goal during game
six of the Finals.
one more season with the Canucks before returning
to St. Louis as a free agent in July 1995. He
played 1048 NHL games before injuries finally
forced him to retire in November 1999.
13 points in 22 games. Scored the game winning
goal in the final game of the Dallas series.
seven of the finals was the last game Craven
played for the Canucks. He was traded to Chicago
in March 1995 and went on to play his 1000th NHL
game with San Jose.
in all 24 games, recording eight points. His lone
goal opened the scoring of game six in the
to Chicago at the trading deadline in 1995. Went
on to play 932 NHL games with a total of eight
teams before retiring after 2000-01
five goals in 24 games, including the game winner
in the first game of the Dallas series.
with the Canucks for three and a half more
seasons. Named the Canucks' most valuable player
in 1996-97. Dealt to Carolina in the great Canuck
purge of 1997-98. Played over 1000 NHL games.
Dana Murzyn was injured in the seventh game of
the Calgary series, Glynn played the next 17
games (even though Murzyn was later healthy).
by Hartford in the waiver draft in January 1995.
Finished his NHL career with the Whalers.
his first goal as a Canuck in the first game of
the Finals. Played in all 24 games and tied
Nathan LaFayette with a plus/minus of +13.
the Canucks who played in the 1994 Finals,
Hedican was the only one to play for the Canucks
in 1998-99. Traded to Florida with Pavel Bure in
January 1999. Finally won the Cup with Carolina
in all 24 games, but did not record a point
(someone has to check and kill penalties).
two more seasons with the Canucks before
finishing his NHL career with the San Jose
sitting out the first four playoff games,
recorded 9 points in the next 20. Finished +13
and hit the post late in game seven of the
to the Rangers in April 1995 for Corey Hirsch.
Has not repeated his success in 1994, spending at
least part of each season since in the minor
leagues. 1998-99 was his last NHL season.
captain and team leader. Second only to Pavel
Bure in goals (12), assists (13) and points (25).
Scored in overtime of game six against Calgary.
Despite being attacked late in game six of the
Finals, he scored twice in game seven.
with the Canucks until the 1997-98 season when he
was dealt to the New York Islanders. Returned to
the Canucks in November 2001, finishing his NHL
career in 2007-08.
on the team in assists (11), including two
assists in overtime. Scored the game winning goal
in game two of the Toronto series.
four more seasons with the Canucks before he
joined the Phoenix Coyotes as a free agent in
July 1998. Played over 900 NHL games.
season addition proved valuable as a checker in
all 24 games.
his last 28 NHL games with the Canucks in
NHL record with 1544 minutes played. Recorded
four shutouts. Made "the save" in game
seven of the Calgary series. Stopped 52 shots in
the overtime victory in game one of the Finals.
on to set most career Canuck goaltending records
before being shipped out of town as part of the
dismantling of the Canucks in 1997-98. Retired
after the 2000-01 season.
seven points and led the team in penalty minutes
(56). Scored overtime goal in game four against
one more season with the Canucks before being
shipped to Toronto for Mike Ridley.
well in the Calgary series, but was injured in
the seventh game. He was a healthy scratch later
in the playoffs after Brian Glynn took his spot.
of the last Canucks from the 1994 playoffs still
with the team. Played part of the 1998-99 season
with the Canucks before being sent to the minors
and ultimately retiring.
enforcer duties with rookie Shawn Antoski.
Recorded 18 penalty minutes in ten games.
with the Canucks long enough to set the team
record for career penalty minutes. Sent to the
Islanders during 1997-98. Finished his NHL career
with the Montreal Canadiens in 2001-02.
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the last 12 games of the regular season or any of
the playoffs. Captained the "Dream
three more games for the Canucks before being
traded to Tampa Bay.
an average regular season, the Canuck coach
guided his troops to a 15 win post-season.
down as coach after the 1994 playoffs. Coached 12
more games at the end of the 1995-96 season.
Fired at the beginning of the 1997-98 season.
the team which inspired him in 1982 back to the
Finals. Hampered by injuries, but still scored
five goals (including two game winners) and added
ten assists in 24 games.
as a free agent by the Phoenix Coyotes in July
1996. Joined the expansion Nashville Predators in
1998-99. Has played over 1100 NHL games.
78 games during the regular season, but not see
any action in the playoffs.
a handful of games for the Canucks in 1994-95.
After a year in Europe, he returned to the NHL
with the Penguins. Returned to the Canucks
briefly in 2003-04.
solid backup goaltender in the regular season. He
had the best seat in the house for the playoff
run as he watched Kirk McLean play every minute.
saw a period of playoff action in the 1995
playoffs. It was his last NHL action, although he
continued to toil in the minor leagues for