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Strange:
On Mondays, the Canucks do poorly during the regular season, but do well during the playoffs.

Team 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 2015-16 season and for the regular season (unless noted).

Most shots faced in a Canuck shutout:
45 (December 4, 1991: Kirk McLean 3-0 over Montreal)
43 (March 28, 2012: Cory Schneider 1-0 over Colorado)
42 (December 15, 1996: Corey Hirsch 8-0 over St. Louis)
41 (April 12, 1999: Garth Snow 2-0 over Calgary)
40 (November 14, 1996: Mike Fountain 3-0 over New Jersey)

Most goals for in a Canuck shutout

11 (March 1, 1992: Kirk McLean 11-0 over Calgary)
9 (November 21, 1992: Kirk McLean 9-0 over Edmonton)
8 (December 15, 1996: Corey Hirsch 8-0 over St. Louis)
8 (February 25, 2003: Dan Cloutier 8-0 over Atlanta Thrashers)
7 (several times)

All time record based on winning margin (regular season):
Tie games: 391
One goal games: 553 wins, 578 losses
Two goal games: 347 wins, 444 losses
Three goal games: 323 wins, 308 losses
Four goal games: 157 wins, 181 losses
Five goal games: 72 wins, 91 losses
Six or more goal games: 42 wins, 87 losses

All time record based on winning margin (playoffs):
One goal games: 55 wins, 47 losses
Two goal games: 21 wins, 34 losses
Three goal games: 12 wins, 20 losses
Four goal games: 5 wins, 18 losses
Five goal games: 6 wins, 5 losses
Six or more goal games: 2 wins, 4 losses

Seasons in which opposition never defeated the Canucks by more than four goals:
1988-89 (and the Canucks only suffered one four goal defeat)
2002-03 (the Canucks suffered two four goal defeats)
2011-12 (the Canucks suffered three four goal defeats)

Winning percentage based on day of the week (regular season):
.520 - Fridays (222-202-74)
.506 - Tuesdays (256-249-95)
.494 - Saturdays (300-308-103)
.481 - Wednesdays (209-229-85)
.475 - Thursdays (198-222-57)
.471 - Sundays (207-237-67)
.457 - Mondays (102-124-28)

Winning percentage based on day of the week (playoffs)
.524 - Mondays (11-10)
.514 - Sundays (18-17)
.486 - Tuesdays (18-19)
.481 - Fridays (13-14)
.417 - Wednesdays (15-21)
.410 - Thursdays (16-23)
.294 - Saturdays (10-24)

Days of the year with the most wins:
15: March 17 (15-6-1)
14: December 22 (14-5-3)
14: November 19 (14-8-1)
14: February 9 (14-9-1)
13: February 7 (13-4-2)
13: March 24 (13-5-2)
13: February 12 (13-6-1)

Days of the year with the most losses:
20: December 23 (7-20-0)
18: January 2 (5-18-4)
16: December 20 (8-16-4)
16: March 13 (7-16-2)
16: January 19 (5-16-3)

Best record against a specific division:
1.000 (2002-03 vs. the Southeast Division: 6-0-0)
1.000 (2005-06 vs. the Northeast Division: 5-0-0)
1.000 (2006-07 vs. the Southeast Division: 5-0-0)
.900 (2010-11 vs. the Southeast Division: 4-0-1)
.833 (2001-02 vs. the Southeast Division: 4-0-2)

Best record against our own division
.792 (2010-11 vs. the Northwest Division: 18-4-2)
.771 (2011-12 vs. the Northwest Division: 18-5-1)
.708 (1978-79 vs. the Smythe Division: 13-3-8)
.708 (1994-95 vs. the Pacific Division: 14-4-6)
.703 (1992-93 vs. the Smythe Division: 25-10-2)


Notes
Team records current to the end of the 2015-16 regular season.
These stats use the NHL standard winning percentage, not the adjusted winning percentage seen on other pages of this site.
Overtime losses that earn the Canucks a single point and shootout losses are accumulated as ties.

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This page last updated June 14, 2016