||His first stint
8 games during 2002-03.
||After losing him
in the 2003 waiver draft, the Canucks reaquired
him a month later.
Triple Duty: Joined the Canucks
for a third stint, playing 12 games late in the
13 games during 1988-89.
making an impression as a roller hockey player,
he played another 33 games during 1993-94 and
parts of four seasons, starting in 1984-85 before
being traded to Calgary for three players.
via the waiver draft for parts of two more
seasons in 1989-90.
early in his fourth season after three solid
seasons with the team.
as a free agent just before the 1983-84 season.
Spent part of two seasons with the Canucks.
the Canucks for most of the 1996-97 season.
to the Canucks in the 1999 waiver draft. Played
38 games for the Canucks in 1999-2000.
569 points in 702 games plus another 80 points in
79 games starting as a rookie in 1988-89.
six more seasons, retiring at the end of the
45 points and 233 penalty minutes in 152 games
during three seasons starting in 1997-98.
the Canucks at the trade deadline in March 2003
and played 70 games in 2003-04.
6 points in 20 games during 2007-08 before being
claimed by Tampa Bay on waivers.
with the Canucks and played another 9 games
||Played 9 games
for the Canucks in the middle of the 1997-98
at the 2003-04 trading deadline, stayed until the
end of the season.
eight seasons with the Canucks starting in
part of two seasons with the Whalers, Sandlak
returned as a free agent for 33 games in 1995-96.
the first four seasons in Canuck history, scoring
38 goals the season before being traded.
seasons after leaving the Canucks, Schmautz
returned to record 61 points for the Canucks in
Canucks were his first NHL team in 1992-93 and he
recorded 70 points in 138 games over three
his first game with his "new" team on
October 11, 2003. Traded away after playing 16
ten good seasons with the Canucks, Snepsts was
traded to Minnesota in 1984 because he was too
old for the new look Canucks.
as a free agent in September 1988, Snepsts played
well until he was traded again, this time to St.
125 points in 302 games over 6 seasons starting
in 1998-99. Signed with the Islanders prior to
from Los Angeles for a draft pick in February
2007. Finished the 2006-07 season with the
three games in 1970-71.
in a trade with the Islanders in October 1976.
Played another 50 games.
32 wins in the first three seasons of the
Canucks' NHL existence.
early in the 1978-79 season to play another 17