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Standout:
Sami Salo has been a plus player in every one of his seven seasons with the Canucks.

Individual Records

You won't find these stats in a typical Canuck statistical report. Sure, I could try to impress you with the same stats as everyone else gives you, but I like to be unique. Cumulative stats are based on records up to the end of the 2008-09 season and for the regular season (unless noted).

Most first goals in one season:
11 - Ron Sedlbauer (1978-79)
11 - Brendan Morrison (2002-03)
10 - Pavel Bure (1997-98)
8 - John Gould (1975-76)
8 - Tony Tanti (1983-84)
8 - Trevor Linden (1995-96)

Best plus/minus in one season:
+36 - Daniel Sedin (2009-10)
+36 - Christian Ehrhoff (2009-10)
+35 - Pavel Bure (1992-93)
+35 - Marek Malik (2003-04)
+35 - Henrik Sedin (2009-10)

Worst plus/minus in one season:
-45 - Jack McIlhargey (1977-78)
-42 - Jocelyn Guevremont (1972-73)
-41 - Don Lever (1978-79)
-40 - Dennis Kearns (1977-78)
-39 - Doug Halward (1984-85)

Best career plus/minus:
+132 - Henrik Sedin *
+116 - Daniel Sedin *
+78 - Dana Murzyn
+74 - Sami Salo *
+66 - Alex Burrows *
+58 - Marek Malik

Worst career plus/minus:
-157 - Dennis Kearns
-149 - Don Lever
-120 - Garth Butcher
-108 - Jocelyn Guevremont
-99 - Doug Halward

Players who averaged a point per game or better during their Canuck careers:
Pavel Bure (478 points in 428 games)
Derek Sanderson (16 points in 16 games)
Dan Ratushny (1 point in 1 game)
Jozef Balej (1 point in 1 game)

Tallest players to play for the Canucks:
6'7" - Chris McAllister
6'5" - Martin Grenier
6'5" - Willie Huber
6'5" - Mats Sundin
6'5" - Andrew Alberts
6'5" - Enrico Ciccone
6'5" - Dave Richter
6'5" - Bob Dailey
6'5" - Marek Malik

Shortest players to play for the Canucks:
5'5" - Bobby Lalonde
5'6" - Charlie Hodge
5'7" - Bruce Bullock
5'7" - Richard Lemieux
5'7" - Richard Brodeur
5'7" - Steve Kariya
5'7" - Richard Brodeur

Canuck fastest natural hat-tricks (one player scoring three goals in a row):
4:54 - Trevor Linden (March 9, 1996: 5:54 of 2nd, 6:27 of 2nd, 10:48 of 2nd)
6:46 - Tony Tanti (January 7, 1989: 1:12 of 2nd, 4:10 of 2nd, 7:58 of 2nd)
9:35 - Russ Courtnall (March 6, 1996: 6:14 of 2nd, 13:22 of 2nd, 15:49 of 2nd)
11:36 - Stan Smyl (January 27, 1982: 18:46 of 1st, 6:39 of 2nd, 10:22 of 2nd)
13:15 - Bobby Schmautz (November 19, 1972: 2:36 of 2nd, 6:24 of 2nd, 15:51 of 2nd)

Canuck slowest natural hat-tricks:
42:42 - Greg Adams (December 4, 1991: 16:50 of 1st, 10:59 of 3rd, 19:32 of 3rd)
33:01 - John Gould (February 21, 1975: 4:24 of 2nd, 0:23 of 3rd, 17:25 of 3rd)
25:17 - Todd Bertuzzi (March 19, 2002: 14:34 of 2nd, 3:14 of 3rd, 19:51 of 3rd)
21:49 - Petri Skriko (November 18, 1986: 12:43 of 1st, 13:21 of 2nd, 14:32 of 2nd)
15:03 - Petri Skriko (November 21, 1986: 6:56 of 1st, 11:14 of 1st, 1:59 of 2nd)

Most shots on net in one season:
407 - Pavel Bure (1992-93)
374 - Pavel Bure (1993-94)
329 - Pavel Bure (1997-98)
302 - Markus Naslund (2001-02)
296 - Markus Naslund (2003-04)

Best shooting percentage in one season:
100.0% - Pat Kavanagh (2003-04, 1 goal on 1 shot)
100.0% - Brad Lukowich (2009-10, 1 goal on 1 shot)
66.7% - Dan Woodley (1987-88, 2 goals on 3 shots)
50.0% - Stu Kulak (1982-83, 1 goal on 2 shots)
50.0% - Adrian Aucoin (1994-95, 1 goal on 2 shots)
50.0% - Jose Charbonneau (1994-95, 1 goal on 2 shots)
50.0% - Larry Courville (1995-96, 1 goal on 2 shots)

Best shooting percentage in one season, ten or more goals:
28.1% - Gary Lupul (1982-83, 18 goals on 64 shots)
25.5% - Petr Nedved (1992-93, 38 goals on 149 shots)
25.3% - Mike Ridley (1996-97, 20 goals on 79 shots)
25.2% - Mike Walton (1977-78, 29 goals on 115 shots)
25.0% - Darcy Rota (1981-82, 20 goals on 80 shots)

Best shooting percentage in one season, twenty or more goals:
25.5% - Petr Nedved (1992-93, 38 goals on 149 shots)
25.3% - Mike Ridley (1996-97, 20 goals on 79 shots)
25.2% - Mike Walton (1977-78, 29 goals on 115 shots)
25.0% - Darcy Rota (1981-82, 20 goals on 80 shots)
24.3% - Darcy Rota (1982-83, 42 goals on 173 shots)

Day with the most players celebrating birthdays (okay, now I'm just getting silly):
6 - June 16 (Claire Alexander - 1945, Derek Sanderson - 1946, Tom Fergus - 1962, Chris McAllister - 1975, Kevin Bieksa - 1981, Zack Fitzgerald - 1985)
5 - January 18 (Jere Gillis - 1957, Mark Messier - 1961, Andrew McBain - 1965, Josh Holden - 1978, Jason LaBarbera - 1980)
5 - February 3 (Tiger Williams - 1954, Mark Kirton - 1985, Frantisek Kucera - 1968, Keith Carney - 1970, Steve McCarthy - 1981)
5 - February 18 (Jim Wiste - 1946, Thomas Gradin - 1956, Moe Lemay - 1962, Alexander Mogilny - 1969, Ryan Bonni - 1979)
5 - June 30 (Rob Tudor - 1956, Steve Weeks - 1958, Bert Robertsson - 1974, Jason Jaffray - 1981, Andrew Alberts - 1981)
5 - September 7 (Orland Kurtenbach - 1936, Chris Oddleifson - 1950, Tony Tanti - 1963, Gino Odjick - 1970, Matt Cooke - 1978)

Notes
* Career stats for current Canucks up to the end of the 2009-10 regular season.

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This page last updated July 26, 2010