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Starred:
Phil Maloney was named the WHL MVP three times.

Pre-NHL Canuck Roster

This page lists all players who played for the Vancouver Canucks in the:
PCHL (1948-49 to 1951-52)
WHL (1952-53 to 1969-70).
Canuck players from the amateur version of the PCHL (1945-46 to 1947-48) are not listed.


Player Name Era Rating Player Notes
Douglas Adam Recorded 21 points in 29 games during 1954-55.
Dale Anderson Big defenseman ... played five seasons.
Paul Andrea Two seasons ... WHL second all-star team in 1969-70.
John Annable Played part of the 1961-62 season.
Don Appleton Recorded 6 points in 11 games during 1956-57.
John Arbour WHL Canuck in 1969-70, NHL Canuck in 1970-71.
Don Ashbee Played less than ten total games in 1954-55 and 1956-57.
Frank Ashworth Split the 1954-55 season between Calgary and Vancouver.
Walt Atanas Recorded 52 points in 68 games during 1952-53.
Jim Baird Played four seasons ... WHL Rookie of Year (1961-62).
Walt Bak Played 41 games during 1948-49.
Terry Ball Played 8 games in 1963-64
Robert Ballance Played three seasons for the PCHL Canucks.
Chick Balon Played 33 games in 1960-61.
Dave Balon Briefly played for WHL Canucks ... played 71-72, 72-73
Don Bamburak Played part of 1961-62 and 1962-63.
Bob Barlow Recorded 84 points in 74 games during 1968-69.
Hugh Barlow Recorded 22 points in 19 games during 1954-55.
Ken Barlow Played 4 games during 1952-53.
Hank Bassen Led WHL in games, wins, save percentage, shutouts (59-60).
Andy Bathgate Four seasons with Canucks ... WHL MVP in 1969-70.
Frank Bathgate Played 18 games between PCHL and WHL Canucks.
Trent Beatty Retired during his third season in Vancouver (1964-65).
James Bedard Defenseman ... played 16 games during 1956-57.
Danny Belisle Played 5 seasons over ten years ... recorded 236 points.
Bev Bell Played his last season in Vancouver (1964-65).
Bev Bentley Played six games in goal during 1954-55.
Johnny Black Played 18 games during 1950-51.
Bob Blackburn Played 97 games on defense during 1965-66 and 1966-67.
Jim Blain Played 3 games during 1968-69.
Gary Blaine Recorded 35 points in 67 games during 1958-59.
Ken Block Three seasons in WHL ... played 1 game during 1970-71.
Patrick Bloom Played 17 games during 1951-52.
Ron Boehm WHL Rookie of the year (1966-67) ... played two seasons.
Gilles Boisvert Played 10 games in net ... posted record of 5-5-0.
Buddy Boone WHL all-star twice: first team (62-63), second team (63-64).
Johnny Bower WHL leading goalie (7 shutouts, 2.71 average) in 1954-55.
Russ Brayshaw Split 1948-49 season with Vancouver and Seattle.
Steve Brklacich Played 32 games during 1951-52.
Ken Broderick Played 3 games in net during 1965-66, posting 1-1-0 record.
Barry Brown Played one game in goal during 1964-65.
Frederick Brown Recorded about 200 points in five seasons during the 1950's
Ray Brunel Recorded 100 points in 144 games over two seasons.
Bill Burega Played his final WHL season with Canucks (1964-65).
Larry Cahan WHL all-star four times (two first team, two second team).
Bruce Carmichael Averaged more than a point per game over seven seasons.
Bill Carse PCHL Northern All-Star (1948-49) ... two seasons as pro.
Don Carter Recorded 17 points in 32 games during 1958-59.
Joe Carveth Played 19 games in twilight of career (1951-52).
Andy Chakowski Recorded 57 points in 70 games during 1949-50.
Bill Chalmers Recorded 5 points in 17 games during 1954-55.
Don Cherry Yes, that Don Cherry. Played 33 games during 1968-69.
Wallace Chevrier Defenseman ... played 120 games over two seasons.
John Chipchase Played 9 games during 1966-67.
Elliot Chorley Recorded 39 points in 69 games during 1957-58.
Terry Clancy Recorded 15 points in 46 games during 1967-68.
Al Cleary Played 17 games plus 11 in the playoffs during 1957-58.
Ab Collings Played 21 games on three teams during 1948-49.
Les Colwill Split 1959-60 season between Vancouver and Calgary.
Kevin Conway Played 30 games during 1950-51 and 1951-52.
Bob Cook Two seasons in WHL ... Played 2 games in 1970-71.
Michael Corbett Recorded 38 points in 70 games during 1967-68.
Paul Courteau Split 1949-50 season between Vancouver and Oakland.
Leroy Crawford Played 13 games during 1956-57.
Joe Crozier Recorded 17 points in 46 games during 1950-51.
Hugh Currie Played six seasons ... WHL Coast Division All-Star twice.
Ray Cyr Recorded 228 points in 327 games over six seasons.
Doug Davidson Played 3 games during 1961-62.
Lorne Davis Too good to stay in PCHL long ... 21 points in 15 games.
Billy Dea Recorded 65 points in 112 games over two seasons.
Lucien Dechene Backup goalie who saw playoff action in both his seasons.
Angie Defelice Played 2 games during 1960-61.
George De Felice Played 90 games during 1949-50 and 1950-51.
Edward Diachuk Played 19 games during 1961-62.
Harry Dick Led WHL in penalty minutes in 1954-55 ... played 3 seasons.
William Dobbyn Defenseman ... recorded 30 points in 70 games in 1957-58.
Eddie Dorohoy Played parts of four seasons between 1959-60 and 1962-63.
Eric Dougherty Played 2 games during 1951-52.
Kent Douglas Recorded 26 points in 48 games during 1958-59.
Robert Drainville Recorded 28 points in 48 games during 1948-49.
Les Duff Played 7 games during 1968-69.
Marc Dufour Recorded 36 points in 70 games during 1966-67.
Dave Duke Winger ... played 9 seasons between 1959-60 and 1967-68.
Doug Dunville Recorded 24 points in 66 games during 1969-70.
Pat Egan Led WHL in penalty minutes in his one season (1955-56).
Gerry Ehman Recorded 12 points in 15 games during 1955-56.
Frank Eisenzoph Split 1949-50 season between Oakland and Vancouver.
Tony Esposito Led WHL in games, wins, shutouts during 1967-68.
Claude Evans Goalie ... record of 38-49-6 during 1960-61 and 1961-62.
Jack Evans Defenseman ... played 72 games during 1965-66.
Bill Ezinicki Recorded 50 penalty minutes in 15 games during 1954-55.
Bill Folk Recorded 28 points in 68 games during 1957-58.
Lou Fontinato Defenseman ... played two seasons with Canucks.
George Ford Played five seasons between 1954-55 and 1963-64.
Emile Francis WHL MVP in his one season in the Canuck nets (1952-53).
Germaine Gagnon Recorded 72 points in 133 games over two seasons.
Bruce Gamble Led WHL in shutouts (7) during only season (1958-59).
George Gardner Played two seasons for Canucks in both WHL and NHL.
Stan Gilbertson Recorded 42 points in 69 games during 1967-68.
Emile Gilles Played parts of two seasons (1960-61, 1961-62).
Pat Ginnel Played 6 games during 1958-59.
John Gofton Recorded 31 points in 54 games during 1968-69.
Bill Gooden Played 15 games during 1954-55.
Gary Gordon Played 1 game during 1952-53.
Tim Gould Played 1 game during 1969-70.
Gerry Goyer Played 1969-70 ... led WHL in playoff assists and points.
Bernie Grebinsky Recorded 10 points in 28 games during 1955-56.
Harry Groves Recorded 39 points in 57 games during 1951-52.
Hermie Gruhn Recorded 55 points in 65 games during 1948-49.
Aldo Guidolin Scored twice in his three games during 1952-53.
Norm Gustavsen Played 42 games during 1951-52.
William Hagen Played 2 games during 1952-53.
Murray Hall Played two seasons for Canucks in both WHL and NHL.
Wayne Hall Recorded 42 points in 61 games during 1961-62.
Ted Hampson Recorded 68 points in 66 games during 1958-59.
Pat Hannigan Recorded 78 points in 81 games in 1968-69 and 1969-70.
Nick Harbaruk Played 3 games during 1968-69.
Duke Harris Recorded 9 playoff goals in 19 games over two seasons.
Ed Harrison Played 5 games during 1952-53.
Bill Hartsburg Recorded 32 points in 59 games during 1951-52.
Jack Hewson Split 1948-49 season between Vancouver and Oakland.
Bryan Hextall Recorded 162 points in 172 games over three seasons.
Les Hickey Recorded 65 points in 132 games over two seasons.
Hec Highton Posted record of 13-21-3 in 48 games during 1950-51.
Ike Hildebrand Played 8 games during 1953-54.
Charlie Hodge Veteran netminder posted 15-13-5 record in 1970-71.
Charles Holdaway Played 7 games during 1952-53.
George Homenuke Split 1953-54 between Vancouver and New Westminster.
George Horb Recorded 16 points in 53 games during 1948-49.
Mid Houghton Played parts of two seasons with Vancouver during 1950's.
Don Howden Played one game during 1961-62.
Marty Howe No, not that Marty Howe ... Played during 1962-63.
Vic Howe Split 1954-55 season between Vancouver and Saskatoon.
Ron Howell Recorded 18 points in 37 games during 1958-59.
Alexander Hucul Recorded 26 points in 67 games during 1959-60.
Gordon Hudson Played 169 games on defense over three seasons.
Howie Hughes Played three seasons between 1962-63 and 1965-66.
George Hunchuk Defenseman ... scored 18 goals in 70 games during 1948-49.
Les Hunt Defenseman ... played five seasons during the 1960's.
Harold Hursley Recorded 23 points in 68 games during 1948-49.
Ronald Hutchinson Centre ... played nine straight seasons starting in 1957-58.
Joe Iannarelli Recorded 22 points in 35 games during 1948-49.
Earl Ingarfield Played 2 games during 1954-55.
Ivan Irwin Played 13 games during 1953-54.
Bob Jackson Recorded 12 points in 29 games during 1950-51.
Doug Jackson Number one goalie in 1948-49 (66 games, 31-29-6 record).
Herb Jeffrey Played 2 games during 1954-55.
Bill Johansen Recorded 42 points in 61 games during 1957-58.
Don Johns Recorded 23 points in 66 games during 1968-69.
Earl Johnson Played parts of 3 seasons between 1954-55 and 1956-57.
Bob Jones Recorded 17 points in 47 games during 1966-67.
Vernon Jones Scored at least 50 goals over three seasons.
Bob Kabel Played centre for 6 seasons between 1955-56 and 1965-66.
Carl Kaiser Played 5 seasons between 1952-53 and 1956-57.
Francis Kane Recorded 10 points in 18 games during 1950-51.
Mike Kardash Played 21 games during 1961-62.
Ed Kassian Split 1953-54 between Vancouver and New Westminster.
Adam Keller Recorded 16 points in 57 games over two seasons.
Ralph Keller Two time WHL All-star in his three seasons with Canucks.
Gordon Kerr Recorded 32 points in 62 games over two seasons.
Colin Kilburn Recorded 70 points in 70 games during 1959-60.
Brian Kilrea Assisted on a goal in his only game in Vancouver.
Norman Kirk Split 1950-51 season between New West and Vancouver.
Eddie Kulman Split 1954-55 season between Vancouver and Saskatoon.
Alan Kuntz Recorded 163 points in 134 games ... PCHL all-star once.
Orland Kurtenbach Three seasons in WHL ... Canuck captain first four years.
Alex Kuzma Played part of the 1952-53 season
Frank Kuzma Played 2 games during 1953-54.
Horace LaMarche Played a handful of games as a backup goaltender.
Richard Lamoureaux Recorded 15 points in 49 games during 1956-57.
Jack Lancien Defenseman ... played 3 full seasons starting in 1952-53.
Art LaRiviere Played 29 games in net during 1961-62.
Wayne Larkin Played 25 games during 1965-66.
Mike Laughton Played 23 games during 1967-68.
Orval Lavell Played 27 games during 1951-52.
Al Lebrun Played 55 games in 1962-63 ... missed entire next season.
Edward Leier Played one season in PCHL and one in WHL.
Bob Lemieux Played 168 games on defense over three seasons.
Tony Leswick Finished career in Vancouver ... scored 9 points in 9 games.
Les Lilley Recorded 95 points in two seasons (1955-56 and 1958-59).
Victor Lofvendahl Played 205 games between 1949-50 and 1951-52.
Jerry Lubec Played 3 games during 1948-49.
Len Lunde Two seasons in WHL ... Played 20 games during 1970-71.
Hazen McAndrew Defenseman ... finished pro career playing 1949-50 here.
Phil McAtee Played 42 games in net during 1951-52, recording 2 shutouts.
Dunc McCallum Played 198 games on defense over three seasons.
Thomas McCarthy Split 1955-56 season between Vancouver and Saskatoon.
Ted McCaskill Played 117 games during 1968-69 and 1969-70.
Ivan McClelland Allowed 22 goals in his 4 games during 1951-52.
Charles McCullough Recorded 22 points in 39 games during 1954-55.
Bob McCusker Recorded 234 points in 313 games over five seasons.
Al McFadzen Split 4 games between Vancouver and Seattle in 1949-50.
Jack McIntyre Split 1949-50 season between Vancouver and Seattle.
Ship McKay Recorded 8 points in 28 games over two seasons.
Jim McKenny Recorded 21 points in 18 games during 1968-69.
Ken McKenzie Recorded 3 points in 12 games during 1951-52.
Al McLean Played 3 games during 1967-68.
Motto McLean Recorded 39 points in 70 games during 1956-57.
Jackie McLeod Led WHL in playoff goals during 1957-58.
Brent MacNab Enforcer ... played four seasons in Vancouver.
Larry McNabb Defenseman ... played two seasons during the 1960's.
Billy McNeill Two time WHL MVP ... played six seasons in Vancouver.
John McPherson Played four seasons in professional PCHL.
Edward McQueen Played 69 games during championship season of 1957-58.
Hubert Macey Recorded 11 points in 19 games during 1950-51.
Ian Mackintosh Recorded 59 points in 63 games during 1952-53.
Mickey Maglio Played 2 games during 1956-57.
Phil Maloney One of the best players in the history of the WHL.
Tom Manastersky Played 18 games during 1950-51.
Cesare Maniago Finished long NHL career in Vancouver ... played 93 games.
Ray Manson Split 1952-53 season between Vancouver and Saskatoon.
Moe Mantha Defenseman ... played 43 games during 1965-66.
Mark Marquess Split 1955-56 season between Vancouver and Victoria.
Seth Martin Played 40 minutes in Canuck nets during 1959-60 season.
Ron Matthews Defenseman ... recorded 149 points in 280 games.
Larry Mavety Recorded 25 points in 72 games during 1967-68.
Ray Mikulan Played parts of four seasons in net starting in 1955-56.
Dick Milford Spent half of 1950-51 season in Vancouver.
Al Millar Played 12 games in net during 1968-69 ... record of 4-4-1.
Chuck Millman Defenseman ...played 70 games during 1949-50.
Jean Guy Morisette Backup netminder in 1967-68 ... posted 1-8-1 record.
Cleland Mortson Recorded 39 points in 55 games during 1969-70.
Wayne Mosdell Played 15 games during 1966-67 (plus 8 in playoffs).
John Muckler Played 1 game during 1955-56.
Wayne Muloin Played 15 games during 1965-66.
Len Mutcheson Split 1949-50 between Vancouver, Seattle and Victoria.
Lorne Nadeau Played part of the 1953-54 season.
Mirco Narduzzi Recorded 35 points in 70 games during 1950-51.
Gerry Odrowski Played 8 games during 1967-68.
Nip O'Hearn May have played three games in net during 1950-51.
Billy Orr He sure wasn't Bobby. Played 4 games during 1969-70.
Murray Owen Played 4 games during 1968-69.
Marcel Paille Played all 70 games in Canuck nets during 1963-64.
Rudolph Panagabko Played 26 games during 1967-68.
Walter Peacosh Played 70 games in 4 straight seasons starting in 1956-57.
Mel Pearson Recorded 49 points in 70 games during 1958-59.
Marcel Pelletier Led WHL in games, wins, shutouts and average in 1957-58.
Gordon Pennell Played at least 65 games between 1955-56 and 1956-57.
Joe Peterson Split the 50-51 season between Vancouver and New West.
Jean Marc Picard Played 108 games during 1966-67 and 1967-68.
Nick Pidsodny Recorded 2 shutouts in 24 games during 1951-52.
Herb Pinder Played 3 games during 1969-70.
Bob Plager Recorded 103 penalty minutes in 31 games during 1964-65.
Ron Plumb Recorded 27 goals in 50 games during 1951-52.
Eric Pogue Recorded 8 points in 10 games during 1954-55.
Larry Popein Eleven seasons with Canucks ... 463 career points.
Ted Power Recorded 17 points in 31 games during 1952-53.
James Powers Played three seasons from 1957-58 to 1960-61.
Tracy Pratt Two seasons with WHL Canucks, three with NHL version.
Clare Raglan Recorded 5 points in 18 games during 1956-57.
Larry Reardon Played three seasons for Canucks starting in 1949-50.
Marc Reaume Two seasons with WHL Canucks ... 27 games in 1970-71.
John Reeve Played in 60 games plus 5 in the playoffs during 1954-55.
Bud Ritchie Played 20 games during 1950-51.
Alan Rittinger Played 16 games during 1948-49.
Rene Robert Played 5 games during 1969-70.
Bob Robinson Played 121 games during 1957-58 and 1958-59.
Frank Roggeveen Played 102 games during 1960-61 and 1961-62.
Ray Ross Played 12 games during 1954-55.
Barry Ross Forward ... played three seasons starting in 1961-62.
Cy Rouse Scored 20 goals in 67 games during 1953-54 season.
Ron Rowe Played 12 games in 1951-52.
Gino Rozzini Played 8 games in 1951-52.
Duane Rupp Recorded 16 points in 35 games during 1961-62.
Church Russell Recorded 33 points in 58 games during 1950-51.
Joseph Schmidt Played 11 games during 1950-51.
Willie Schmidt Defenseman ... played two seasons (1949-50 and 1950-51).
Brit Selby Scored five goals in 15 games during 1966-67.
Brad Selwood Recorded 33 points in 72 games during 1969-70.
George Senick Split 1954-55 season with Vancouver and Saskatoon.
Dick Sentes Played 8 games during 1968-69.
Pete Shearer Played 16 games during 1966-67.
Bill Shill Played four straight seasons starting in 1948-49.
Paul Shmyr Played 1 game during 1966-67.
Gerry Sillers Scored 2 goals in 10 games during 1968-69.
Don Simmons Played in all 72 Canuck games in 1966-67 ... 7 shut-outs.
John Sleaver Played 3 games during 1960-61.
Darryl Sly WHL second team all-star (1968-69) ... played in 1970-71.
Al Smith Played in net in one playoff game during 1966-67.
Don Smith Played 120 games over three seasons.
Harry Smith Played 4 games during 1961-62.
Allan Stanley Recorded 36 points in 47 games during 1953-54.
Doug Stevenson Played 1 game in net (a win) during 1954-55 season.
Ralph Stewart Two separate stints with NHL Canucks ... played 53 games.
Art Stone Played 13 games during 1953-54.
Jim Strachan Played 20 games in net during 1950-51 ... one shutout.
Dale Sweany Recorded 30 points over two seasons (1953-54, 1954-55).
Bill Sweeney Recorded 8 points in 15 games during 1967-68.
Bud Syverson Defenseman ... played 52 games during 1956-57.
Hal Tarala Recorded 25 points in 62 games during 1951-52.
Ted Taylor Two complete seasons each with WHL and NHL Canucks.
Tom Thurlby Recorded 15 points in 47 games during 1967-68.
Walt Trentini Split 8 games between Vancouver and Calgary in 1954-55.
Eric Unger Played four seasons between 1949-50 and 1952-53.
Gordon Vejprava Centre ... averaged about a point per game over 4 seasons.
Les Vickery Played 56 games during 1948-49.
Gilles Villemure WHL All-star goalie ... 94-91-13 in three seasons.
Paul Waldner Split 1948-49 between Vancouver and Seattle.
Don Wallis Played one period in goal during 1966-67 season.
Ken Walters Played one game in goal during 1961-62.
Barry Watson Recorded 59 points in 105 games over two seasons.
John Webster Played 5 games during 1952-53.
Bob Weist Played 4 games during 1948-49.
Jack Wells Played in 1969-70 playoffs (no regular season games).
Bill Wilkes Played 2 games during 1959-60.
Murray Wilkie Played 40 games during 1960-61 and 1961-62.
Bill Wilson Recorded 36 points in 68 games during 1948-49.
Ivan Wilson Played one and a half seasons in Vancouver.
George Wood Played 11 games in net during 1960-61 ... 2.72 average.
Gump Worsley WHL MVP in his one season in the Canuck nets (1953-53).
William Wylie Recorded 225 points in 275 games over five seasons.
Gary Young Played 3 games during 1966-67.
Howie Young WHL Canuck in 1969-70, NHL Canuck in 1970-71.
Jim Zarie Split 1955-56 between Vancouver, New West and Seattle.
Lynn Zimmerman Backup goaltender during 1969-70 season.
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