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Status:
The Canucks
have won more games against the Los Angeles Kings than any other team.

Team Totals

The Canucks have faced 38 teams in their NHL history from Anaheim to Winnipeg. They have played less than 20 games against some teams and over 200 games against others. The lists below give the overall results from those games.


Overall Records by Adjusted Winning Percentage

Team Seasons GP Wins Losses Ties GF GA GD PTS Win% AWP
CAL
TAM
ATT
KC
COB
1970-76
1992-10
1999-10
1974-76
2000-10
30
22
10
12
36
22+0
13+2
6+0
7+0
18+3
7+0
5+0
2+1
3+0
9+4
1
2
1
2
2
129+0
88+0
34+0
48+0
131+0
83+0
57+0
24+1
34+0
96+2
+46
+31
+10
+14
+35
45
32
14
16
48
.750
.727
.700
.667
.667
.750
.697
.683
.667
.620
PHO
FLO
NAS
COL
NJ
1996-10
1993-10
1998-10
1976-82
1982-10
52
21
45
36
52
28+1
8+2
23+4
16+0
27+2
15+4
4+1
15+1
9+0
19+0
4
6
2
11
4
151+1
66+1
140+1
130+0
169+0
132+2
49+1
115+0
106+0
151+0
+19
+17
+25
+24
+18
66
27
57
43
62
.635
.643
.633
.597
.596
.615
.603
.600
.597
.583
ANA
CAR
QUE
WIN
OTT
1993-10
1997-10
1979-94
1979-96
1992-10
71
14
45
109
27
32+4
6+2
21+0
52+0
12+2
24+2
5+0
16+0
41+0
11+0
9
1
8
16
2
219+2
42+0
161+0
421+0
75+1
187+1
37+0
155+0
371+0
59+0
+32
+5
+6
+50
+16
83
17
50
120
30
.585
.607
.556
.550
.556
.561
.560
.556
.550
.531
SJ
MIW
TOR
HAR
BUF
1991-10
2000-10
1970-10
1979-97
1970-10
86
57
130
49
108
38+3
20+8
55+1
20+0
45+0
34+2
18+6
50+2
19+0
43+1
9
5
22
10
19
268+0
147+1
444+1
175+0
357+0
247+0
149+3
447+0
152+0
359+1
+21
-2
-3
+23
-2
93
67
136
50
110
.541
.588
.523
.510
.509
.525
.523
.518
.510
.508
LA
WAS
DAL
CHI
MIN
1970-10
1974-10
1993-10
1970-10
1970-93
216
83
64
163
98
90+3
34+1
24+3
61+5
36+0
88+3
37+2
27+4
73+2
46+0
32
9
6
22
16
733+1
265+1
171+2
439+3
341+0
744+1
266+0
161+2
519+0
361+0
-11
-1
+10
-80
-20
221
81
64
156
88
.512
.488
.500
.479
.449
.505
.480
.474
.466
.449
NYI
ATL
EDM
DET
STL
1972-10
1972-80
1979-10
1970-10
1970-10
98
38
199
151
163
35+1
13+0
68+8
51+4
55+6
47+2
18+0
96+8
75+3
84+0
13
7
19
18
18
297+1
104+0
662+1
486+0
468+2
336+1
126+0
765+4
543+1
558+0
-39
-22
-103
-57
-90
87
33
179
131
140
.444
.434
.450
.434
.429
.437
.434
.430
.422
.417
CGY
PIT
COA
CLE
PHI
1980-10
1970-10
1995-10
1976-78
1970-10
195
104
85
8
109
62+7
35+1
24+5
2+0
28+0
97+3
56+1
41+8
4+0
66+2
26
11
7
2
13
631+1
365+0
230+1
24+0
315+0
691+2
420+1
291+5
33+0
452+0
-60
-55
-61
-9
-137
167
84
73
6
71
.428
.404
.429
.375
.326
.414
.399
.394
.375
.323
NYR
BOS
MON
1970-10
1970-10
1970-10
109
107
114
30+0
24+1
27+1
71+0
65+2
73+0
8
15
13
318+0
297+1
304+0
447+0
433+0
457+0
-129
-136
-153
68
67
69
.312
.313
.303
.312
.307
.300
Overall 3116 1168
+80
1413
+64
391 9845
+22
10613
+28
-768 2951 .474 .462


Most Games Played

Team Seasons GP Wins Losses Ties GF GA GD PTS Win% AWP
LA
EDM
CGY
STL
CHI
1970-10
1979-10
1980-10
1970-10
1970-10
216
199
195
163
163
90+3
68+8
62+7
55+6
61+5
88+3
96+8
97+3
84+0
73+2
32
19
26
18
22
733+1
662+1
631+1
468+2
439+3
744+1
765+4
691+2
558+0
519+0
-11
-103
-60
-90
-80
221
179
167
140
156
.512
.450
.428
.429
.479
.505
.430
.414
.417
.466


Least Games Played

Team Seasons GP Wins Losses Ties GF GA GD PTS Win% AWP
CLE
ATT
KC
CAR
FLO
1976-78
1999-10
1974-76
1997-10
1993-10
8
10
12
14
21
2+0
6+0
7+0
6+2
8+2
4+0
2+1
3+0
5+0
4+1
2
1
2
1
6
24+0
34+0
48+0
42+0
66+1
33+0
24+1
34+0
37+0
49+1
-9
+10
+14
+5
+17
6
14
16
17
27
.375
.700
.667
.607
.643
.375
.683
.667
.560
.603


Highest Goal Differential

Team Seasons GP Wins Losses Ties GF GA GD PTS Win% AWP
WIN
CAL
COB
ANA
TAM
1979-96
1970-76
2000-10
1993-10
1992-10
109
30
36
71
22
52+0
22+0
18+3
32+4
13+2
41+0
7+0
9+4
24+2
5+0
16
1
2
9
2
421+0
129+0
131+0
219+2
88+0
371+0
83+0
96+2
187+1
57+0
+50
+46
+35
+32
+31
120
45
48
83
32
.550
.750
.667
.585
.727
.550
.750
.620
.561
.697


Versus "Original Six" Teams

Team Seasons GP Wins Losses Ties GF GA GD PTS Win% AWP
TOR
CHI
DET
NYR
BOS
MON
1970-10
1970-10
1970-10
1970-10
1970-10
1970-10
130
163
151
109
107
114
55+1
61+5
51+4
30+0
24+1
27+1
50+2
73+2
75+3
71+0
65+2
73+0
22
22
18
8
15
13
444+1
439+3
486+0
318+0
297+1
304+0
447+0
519+0
543+1
447+0
433+0
457+0
-3
-80
-57
-129
-136
-153
136
156
131
68
67
69
.523
.479
.434
.312
.313
.303
.518
.466
.422
.312
.307
.300


Playoffs

Team Years SP SW SL  GP Wins Losses GF GA GD PTS Win%
TOR
STL
DAL
WIN
LA
1994
1995-2009
1994-2007
1992-1993
1982-2010
1
3
2
2
4
1
3
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
2
 5
18
12
13
23
4
12
8
8
12
1
6
4
5
11
16
55
31
50
85
9
53
23
34
84
+7
+2
+8
+16
+1
8
24
17
16
25
.800
.667
.667
.615
.522
CGY
MIW
NYR
CHI
DET
1982-2004
2003
1994
1982-2010
2002
6
1
1
4
1
2
0
0
1
0
4
1
1
3
1
 32
7
7
21
6
15
3
3
8
2
17
4
4
13
4
96
17
19
61
16
101
26
21
70
22
-5
-9
-2
-9
-6
31
6
6
17
4
.469
.429
.429
.381
.333
PHI
EDM
COA
ANA
MON
1979
1986-1992
1996-2001
2007
1975
1
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
1
1
 3
9
10
5
5
1
2
2
1
1
2
7
8
4
4
9
20
26
8
9
15
35
40
14
20
-6
-15
-14
-6
-11
2
4
5
4
2
.333
.222
.200
.200
.200
BUF
NYI
1980-1981
1976-1982
2
2
0
0
2
2
 7
6
1
0
6
6
14
14
28
26
-14
-12
2
0
.143
.000
Overall 36 13 23  189 83 106 546 621 -75 173 .439


Notes
Stats are broken down by team, not franchise. Codes are the standard
Team Codes that I use to differentiate between franchises that play in the same city. Cities/States that have had two franchises include Atlanta (Flames and Thrashers), Colorado (Rockies and Avalanche), Minnesota (North Stars and Wild), and New York (Islanders and Rangers).

The Seasons column shows the years that the Canucks have played against the specified team. The first year is the start-year of the earliest season. The second year is the end-year of the latest season. For example, a season of 1976-82 means the Canucks played the team from 1976-77 to 1981-82. In the playoffs, the Years column represents the actual year or years that the two teams met in the playoffs. When a single year is listed, it means the Canucks met this team only once in the playoffs. If two years are listed, the Canucks have played this team at least twice. For example, 1994-2007 means that the Canucks played this team for the first time in 1994 and most recently in 2007. For complete game records, see One Game at a Time.

There are three additional columns for playoff stats. SP (Series Played) is the number of different playoff years that the Canucks have met this team in the playoffs. SW (Series Won) is the number of times the Canucks have won a series against the specified team. SL (Series Lost) is the number of times the opponent won the series.

The GF column is the number of goals the Canucks scored in games against this team. Note that the NHL does not count shootout goals -- even the winning goal -- as a goal for or against. The second number in the column is the shootout-deciding goals. For example, if the goals for is listed as 66+1, it means the Canucks scored 66 goals in regulation time and overtime and won one game in a shootout. The GA column is the number of goals scored against the Canucks plus the shootout-deciding goals against. The GD is the "goals for" (not including the shootout-deciding goals) minus the "goals against". For complete shootout results, see Shootout Shots.

The Win% is the standard winning percentage used by the NHL. The AWP is the Adjusted Winning Percentage. Starting in 1999-2000, losses in overtime count as a single point. Regular season wins are listed as Wins+Overtime Wins, regular season losses are listed as Losses+Overtime Losses. Shootout wins and losses are treated the same as overtime wins and losses. Since there are no overtime loss points awarded in the playoffs, the standard winning percentage is not adjusted.

Statistics are current to the end of the 2009-10 season.

Content copyright 2001-2010 David Marchak
This page last updated July 25, 2010