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2009–10 Vancouver Canucks · NHL
Northwest Division Champions
Division 1st Northwest
Conference 3rd Western
2009–10 record 49–28–5
Home record 30-8-3
Road record 19-20-2
Goals for 272
Goals against 222
General Manager Mike Gillis
Coach Alain Vigneault
Captain Roberto Luongo
Alternate captains Ryan Kesler
Willie Mitchell
Henrik Sedin
Arena General Motors Place
Average attendance 18,810 (100%)
Team leaders
Goals Alexandre Burrows (35)
Assists Henrik Sedin (83)
Points Henrik Sedin (112)
Penalties in minutes Darcy Hordichuk (142)
Wins Roberto Luongo (40)
Goals against average Andrew Raycroft (2.42)

The 2009–10 Vancouver Canucks season is the 39th season the Vancouver Canucks franchise has played in the National Hockey League (NHL).

Season eventsEdit

Off-seasonEdit

NHL Entry DraftEdit

At the 2009 NHL Entry Draft the Vancouver Canucks drafted seven players. The Canucks did not have their own seventh round draft pick as it had previously been traded to the Los Angeles Kings for Jason LaBarbera.[1] The Canucks acquired a sixth round draft pick from the Phoenix Coyotes in return for Shaun Heshka.[2]

Free agencyEdit

On 1 July, the Vancouver re-signed Daniel and Henrik Sedin to matching 5-year contracts worth $31 million each. The contracts will pay each Sedin $6.1 million per season.[3]

Mikael Samuelsson was signed as an unrestricted free agent on 3 July 2009. His contract wass for three years and worth $2.5 million per season.[4]

However, the team lost free agent Mattias Ohlund, who signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Ohlund spent the first eleven seasons of his NHL career with the Canucks. He was offered, and signed, a seven year contract with the Lightning worth $26.25 million,[5] an offer which the Canucks could not match.

On 17 August 2009, the Canucks signed prospect Sergei Shirokov to a 2-year contract worth $1.75 million.[6] Shirokov was drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.

TradesEdit

On 28 August 2009, Mike Gillis traded prospects, centre Patrick White and defenceman Daniel Rahimi to the San Jose Sharks for defencemen Christian Ehrhoff and Brad Lukowich.[7]

Pre-seasonEdit

As part of the Kraft Hockeyville promotion, the Canucks played the New York Islanders in Terrace, British Columbia for their first pre-season game.[8] The Canucks won by a score of 2–1.

On 2 September, General Manager Mike Gillis announced that he had re-signed starting goaltender Roberto Luongo to a 12-year contract extension worth $64 million.[9] With Luongo being 30 years old at the time of the extension, the contract effectively ensured Luongo would be with the Canucks for the rest of his career. The deal featured a no trade clause (NTC). The NTC had two additional clauses, however: in the fifth season, Luongo will be able to request a trade, and in the seventh season, the Canucks have the option to trade Luongo without needing Luongo to waive his NTC.[10]

On 24 September 2009, Mike Gillis signed head coach Alain Vigneault to a three year contract extension.[11] The extension will keep Vigneault behind the bench through the 2012–13. Alain Vigneault joined the club in the 2006–07 season and led the Canucks to their two Northwest Division titles in the previous three seasons.

Regular seasonEdit

The 2010 Winter Olympics took place in Vancouver—the first Winter Olympics in an NHL market since the NHL began to allow its players to compete in Olympic competition. As a result, the Canucks undertook the longest road trip in NHL history, with 14 games over six weeks, from January 27 to March 13, 2010[12] to allow General Motors Place to be used for ice hockey during the games.[13] GM Place was renamed "Canada Hockey Place" during the games, as the International Olympic Committee doesn't allow corporate sponorship for venues. The Canucks' former arena, Pacific Coliseum, was also a venue during the games, hosting figure skating and short track speed skating.

Forward Ryan Kesler was signed to a 6-year contract extension on March 19, 2010. The new contract was worth $30 million.[14]

On the NHL trade deadline day, March 3, the Canucks acquired defenceman Andrew Alberts from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for a third round pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.[15]

On March 17, 2010 the Canucks signed their first round draft pick from the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, Jordan Schroeder.[16] The deal was a standard entry-level contract for three years. The contract was for the entry-level maximum of US$900,000 per season along with a $270,000 signing bonus.[17] However, because the contract was signed after the NHL trade deadline, Schroeder was ineligible to play for the Canucks for the remainder of the season. As a result, Schroeder signed an amateur tryout contract with the Canucks' American Hockey League affiliate, the Manitoba Moose.

The Canucks clinched a playoff berth for the second consecutive year with an shootout victory over the Anaheim Ducks on April 2. The Canucks also managed to clinch a second consecutive Northwest Division title when they defeated the Minnesota Wild in overtime on April 4. The win secured the Canucks a top three seed in the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs and home ice advantage in the first round.

On April 18, 2010 the Canucks signed their 2009 third round draft pick, Kevin Connauton. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.[18] However, like Schroeder, Connauton was ineligible to play for the Canucks as his contract was signed after the NHL trade deadline.

The Canucks finished the regular season third overall in the Western Conference.[19] They were the second highest scoring team, with 268 goals for, averaging 3.27 goals per game.[20]

PlayoffsEdit

The Canucks entered the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs as the third seed in the Western Conference. This was the first time the Canucks made the playoffs in consecutive seasons since the 2004–05 NHL lockout. In the first round, the Canucks defeated the Los Angeles Kings in six games. The Canucks lost the following round, the Conference Semifinals, to the Chicago Blackhawks.

Schedule and resultsEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

1.^  Game played in Terrace, British Columbia as part of Kraft Hockeyville promotion

Regular seasonEdit

2009–10 Game log

Legend:       Win (2 points)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

2010 Stanley Cup playoffs

Legend:       Win       Loss

StandingsEdit

Divisional standingsEdit

Northwest Division GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
1 yVancouver Canucks 82 49 28 5 272 222 103
2 Colorado Avalanche 82 43 30 9 244 233 95
3 Calgary Flames 82 40 32 10 204 210 90
4 Minnesota Wild 82 38 36 8 219 246 84
5 Edmonton Oilers 82 27 47 8 214 284 62

Conference standingsEdit

Western Conference GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
zSan Jose Sharks 82 51 20 11 264 215 113
yChicago Blackhawks 82 52 22 8 271 209 112
yVancouver Canucks 82 49 28 5 272 222 103
Phoenix Coyotes 82 50 25 7 225 202 107
Detroit Red Wings 82 44 24 14 229 216 102
Los Angeles Kings 82 46 27 9 241 219 101
Nashville Predators 82 47 29 6 225 225 100
Colorado Avalanche 82 43 30 9 244 233 95
St. Louis Blues 82 40 32 10 225 223 90
Calgary Flames 82 40 32 10 204 210 90
Anaheim Ducks 82 39 32 11 238 251 89
Dallas Stars 82 37 31 14 237 254 88
Minnesota Wild 82 38 36 8 219 246 84
Columbus Blue Jackets 82 32 35 15 216 259 79
Edmonton Oilers 82 27 47 8 214 284 62
bold – Qualified for playoffs; y – Won division; z – Won conference (and division)

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Sedin, HenrikHenrik Sedin 82 29 83 112 +35 48
Sedin, DanielDaniel Sedin 63 29 56 85 +36 28
Kesler, RyanRyan Kesler 82 25 50 75 +1 104
Burrows, AlexandreAlexandre Burrows 82 35 32 67 +34 121
Samuelsson, MikaelMikael Samuelsson 74 30 23 53 +10 64
Raymond, MasonMason Raymond 82 25 28 53 0 48
Ehrhoff, ChristianChristian Ehrhoff 80 14 30 44 +36 42
Edler, AlexanderAlexander Edler 76 5 37 42 0 40
Salo, SamiSami Salo 68 9 19 28 +14 18
Wellwood, KyleKyle Wellwood 75 14 11 25 +6 12
Bernier, SteveSteve Bernier 59 11 11 22 0 21
Bieksa, KevinKevin Bieksa 55 3 19 22 -5 85
Demitra, PavolPavol Demitra 28 3 13 16 +3 0
Hansen, JannikJannik Hansen 47 9 6 15 -5 18
Mitchell, WillieWillie Mitchell 48 4 8 12 +13 48
Grabner, MichaelMichael Grabner 20 5 6 11 +2 8
Glass, TannerTanner Glass 67 4 7 11 +5 115
Rypien, RickRick Rypien 69 4 4 8 -3 126
O'Brien, ShaneShane O'Brien 65 2 6 8 +15 79
Johnson, RyanRyan Johnson 58 1 4 5 -4 12
Schneider, MathieuMathieu Schneider 17 2 3 5 0 12
Rome, AaronAaron Rome 49 0 4 4 -2 24
Pettinger, MattMatt Pettinger 9 1 2 3 +3 6
Lukowich, BradBrad Lukowich 13 1 1 2 +5 4
Baumgartner, NolanNolan Baumgartner 12 1 1 2 +7 2
Hordichuk, DarcyDarcy Hordichuk 56 1 1 2 -7 142
Alberts, AndrewAndrew Alberts 14 1 1 2 -1 13
Bolduc, AlexandreAlexandre Bolduc 15 0 0 0 -3 13
Desbiens, GuillaumeGuillaume Desbiens 1 0 0 0 0 2
Bliznak, MarioMario Bliznak 2 0 0 0 -2 0
Shirokov, SergeiSergei Shirokov 6 0 0 0 -4 2
Oberg, EvanEvan Oberg 2 0 0 0 0 0

Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Samuelsson, MikaelMikael Samuelsson 7 7 4 11 +9 2
Sedin, DanielDaniel Sedin 7 4 7 11 +7 4
Sedin, HenrikHenrik Sedin 7 2 7 9 +8 4
Kesler, RyanRyan Kesler 7 1 7 8 +5 2
Bernier, SteveSteve Bernier 7 4 1 5 +1 0
Demitra, PavolPavol Demitra 7 2 3 5 +4 2
Ehrhoff, ChristianChristian Ehrhoff 7 2 3 5 +5 6
Salo, SamiSami Salo 7 1 3 4 +5 0
Wellwood, KyleKyle Wellwood 7 1 3 4 +1 0
Raymond, MasonMason Raymond 7 2 1 3 +3 4
Bieksa, KevinKevin Bieksa 7 1 2 3 +5 12
Edler, AlexanderAlexander Edler 7 1 2 3 +9 10
Hansen, JannikJannik Hansen 7 0 2 2 +1 4
Burrows, AlexandreAlexandre Burrows 7 1 0 1 +5 4
Grabner, MichaelMichael Grabner 5 1 0 1 +1 0
Alberts, AndrewAndrew Alberts 5 0 1 1 +3 23
O'Brien, ShaneShane O'Brien 7 0 1 1 +3 7
Rypien, RickRick Rypien 5 0 1 1 +1 7
Baumgartner, NolanNolan Baumgartner 1 0 0 0 0 0
Pettinger, MattMatt Pettinger 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rome, AaronAaron Rome 1 0 0 0 0 0
Glass, TannerTanner Glass 3 0 0 0 0 0

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV Sv% SO
Luongo, RobertoRoberto Luongo 68 3,899 40 22 4 167 2.57 1915 1748 .913 4
Raycroft, AndrewAndrew Raycroft 21 967 9 5 1 39 2.42 438 399 .911 1
Schneider, CoryCory Schneider 2 79 0 1 0 5 3.80 59 54 .915 0
Playoffs
Player GP TOI W L GA GAA SA SV Sv% SO
Luongo, RobertoRoberto Luongo 7 409 5 2 18 2.64 196 178 .908 0
Raycroft, AndrewAndrew Raycroft 1 25 0 1 1 2.40 7 6 .857 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Canucks. Stats reflect time with Canucks only.
Traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with Canucks only.

Awards and recordsEdit

RecordsEdit

Regular season
Player Record Reached
Roberto Luongo Franchise shutouts leader, 21 October 25, 2009
Henrik Sedin Franchise assists leader, 416 March 14, 2010
Henrik Sedin Single season assists record, 72 March 27, 2010
Vancouver Canucks Single season franchise home wins, 28 March 30, 2010
Henrik Sedin Single season points record, 112 April 10, 2010

MilestonesEdit

Regular season
Player Milestone Reached
Sergei Shirokov 1st game October 1, 2009
Guillaume Desbiens 1st game October 11, 2009
Michael Grabner 1st game
1st assist
1st point
October 16, 2009
Michael Grabner 1st goal October 21, 2009
Mario Bliznak 1st game October 30, 2009
Henrik Sedin 1st career hat trick November 14, 2009
Daniel Sedin 3rd career hat trick December 10, 2009
Mason Raymond 1st career hat trick December 27, 2009
Alexandre Burrows 2nd career hat trick January 5, 2010
Alexandre Burrows 3rd career hat trick January 7, 2010
Steve Bernier 300th career game January 7, 2010
Kyle Wellwood 300th career game January 7, 2010
Evan Oberg 1st game January 9, 2010
Christian Ehrhoff 400th career game February 11, 2010[21]
Andrew Raycroft 100th career win February 12, 2010[22]
Mikael Samuelsson 1st career hat trick March 9, 2010
Daniel Sedin 200th career goal March 23, 2010
Daniel Sedin 700th career game April 1, 2010
Michael Grabner 1st career hat trick April 2, 2010
Daniel Sedin 4th career hat trick April 10, 2010

AwardsEdit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Henrik Sedin[23] NHL Third Star of the Week October 12, 2009
Daniel Sedin[24] NHL Second Star of the Week December 14, 2009
Roberto Luongo[25] NHL Third Star of the Week December 28, 2009
Henrik Sedin[26] NHL First Star of the Month December 2009
Alexandre Burrows[27] NHL First Star of the Week January 11, 2010
Henrik Sedin[28] NHL Second Star of the Month January 2010
Mikael Samuelsson[29] NHL First Star of the Week March 15, 2010
Henrik Sedin[30] NHL Third Star of the Month March 2010
Christian Ehrhoff Babe Pratt Trophy winner April 10, 2010
Henrik Sedin Cyclone Taylor Trophy winner April 10, 2010
Henrik Sedin Cyrus H. McLean Trophy winner April 10, 2010
Mason Raymond Fred J. Hume Award winner April 10, 2010
Henrik Sedin Molson Cup winner April 10, 2010
Alexandre Burrows Most Exciting Player Award winner April 10, 2010
Henrik Sedin[31] Art Ross Trophy winner April 11, 2010

TransactionsEdit

See also: 2009–10 NHL transactions

TradesEdit

June 27, 2009
[32]
To Vancouver Canucks
7th-round draft pick in 2009
To Phoenix Coyotes
Shaun Heshka
August 28, 2009
[33]
To Vancouver Canucks
Christian Ehrhoff
Brad Lukowich
To San Jose Sharks
Daniel Rahimi
Patrick White
March 3, 2010
[34]
To Vancouver Canucks
Yan Stastny
To St. Louis Blues
Pierre-Cedric Labrie
March 3, 2010
[35]
To Vancouver Canucks
Sean Zimmerman
Conditional 6th-round draft pick in 2010
To Phoenix Coyotes
Mathieu Schneider
March 3, 2010
[36]
To Vancouver Canucks
Andrew Alberts
To Carolina Hurricanes
3rd-round draft pick in 2010


Free agents acquiredEdit

Player Former team Contract terms
Aaron Rome Columbus Blue Jackets 1 year, $550,000[37]
Lawrence Nycholat Colorado Avalanche 1 year, $500,000[38]
Mikael Samuelsson Detroit Red Wings 3 years, $7.5 million[39]
Tanner Glass Florida Panthers 1 year, $500,000[40]
Andrew Raycroft Colorado Avalanche 1 year, $500,000[41]
Michael Funk Buffalo Sabres 1 year[42]
Mathieu Schneider Montreal Canadiens 1 year, $1.55 million[41]
Matt Pettinger Tampa Bay Lightning 1 year, $500,000[43]

Draft picksEdit

Vancouver's picks at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal, Quebec.

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (League)
1 22 Jordan Schroeder (C) Flag of the United States United States University of Minnesota (WCHA)
2 53 Anton Rodin (RW) Flag of Sweden Sweden Brynäs IF (Swe-Jr.)
3 83 Kevin Connauton (D) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Western Michigan University (CCHA)
4 113 Jeremy Price (D) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Nepean Raiders (CJHL)
5 143 Peter Andersson (D) Flag of Sweden Sweden Frölunda HC (Swe-Jr.)
6 173 Joe Cannata (G) Flag of the United States United States Merrimack College (Hockey East)
7 187 Steven Anthony (LW) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)

Final rosterEdit

Updated May 5, 2010.[52]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
41 Flag of the United States Alberts, AndrewAndrew Alberts

D L 35 2010 Minneapolis, Minnesota
44 Flag of Canada.svg Baumgartner, NolanNolan Baumgartner

D R 40 2008 Calgary, Alberta
18 Flag of Canada.svg Bernier, SteveSteve Bernier

RW R 31 2008 Quebec City, Quebec
62 Flag of Slovakia Bliznak, MarioMario Bliznak

C L 29 2005 Trenčín, Slovakia
3 Flag of Canada.svg Bieksa, KevinKevin Bieksa

D R 35 2001 Grimsby, Ontario
49 Flag of Canada.svg Bolduc, AlexandreAlexandre Bolduc

 Injury icon

C L 31 2008 Montreal, Quebec
14 Flag of Canada.svg Burrows, AlexandreAlexandre Burrows

LW L 35 2005 Pincourt, Quebec
38 Flag of Slovakia Demitra, PavolPavol Demitra

RW L 42 2008 Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia
20 Flag of Canada.svg Desbiens, GuillaumeGuillaume Desbiens

RW R 31 2008 Alma, Quebec
23 Flag of Sweden Edler, AlexanderAlexander Edler

D L 30 2004 Östersund, Sweden
5 Flag of Germany Ehrhoff, ChristianChristian Ehrhoff

D L 34 2009 Moers, West Germany
15 Flag of Canada.svg Glass, TannerTanner Glass

LW L 33 2009 Regina, Saskatchewan
40 Flag of Austria Grabner, MichaelMichael Grabner

RW L 29 2006 Villach, Austria
36 Flag of Denmark Hansen, JannikJannik Hansen

RW R 30 2004 Herlev, Denmark
24 Flag of Canada.svg Hordichuk, DarcyDarcy Hordichuk

LW L 36 2008 Kamsack, Saskatchewan
10 Flag of Canada.svg Johnson, RyanRyan Johnson

C L 40 2008 Thunder Bay, Ontario
17 Flag of the United States Kesler, RyanRyan Kesler

 (A)

C R 32 2003 Livonia, Michigan
1 Flag of Canada.svg Luongo, RobertoRoberto Luongo

 (C)

G L 37 2006 Montreal, Quebec
8 Flag of Canada.svg Mitchell, WillieWillie Mitchell

 (AInjury icon

D L 39 2006 Port McNeill, British Columbia
32 Flag of Canada.svg Nycholat, LawrenceLawrence Nycholat

D L 37 2009 Calgary, Alberta
64 Flag of Canada.svg Oberg, EvanEvan Oberg

D L 28 2009 Forestburg, Alberta
55 Flag of Canada.svg O'Brien, ShaneShane O'Brien

D L 33 2008 Port Hope, Ontario
13 Flag of Canada.svg Pettinger, MattMatt Pettinger

LW L 36 2009 Edmonton, Alberta
30 Flag of Canada.svg Raycroft, AndrewAndrew Raycroft

G L 36 2009 Belleville, Ontario
21 Flag of Canada.svg Raymond, MasonMason Raymond

LW L 31 2005 Calgary, Alberta
29 Flag of Canada.svg Rome, AaronAaron Rome

D L 33 2009 Brandon, Manitoba
37 Flag of Canada.svg Rypien, RickRick Rypien

C R 32 2005 Coleman, Alberta
6 Flag of Finland Salo, SamiSami Salo

 (A)

D R 42 2002 Turku, Finland
26 Flag of Sweden Samuelsson, MikaelMikael Samuelsson

RW R 39 2009 Mariefred, Sweden
35 Flag of the United States Schneider, CoryCory Schneider

G L 30 2004 Marblehead, Massachusetts
22 Flag of Sweden Sedin, DanielDaniel Sedin

LW L 36 1999 Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
33 Flag of Sweden Sedin, HenrikHenrik Sedin

 (A)

C L 36 1999 Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
25 Flag of Russia Shirokov, SergeiSergei Shirokov

RW R 30 2006 Moscow, Soviet Union
-- Flag of Canada.svg Stastny, YanYan Stastny

C L 34 2010 Quebec City, Quebec
42 Flag of Canada.svg Wellwood, KyleKyle Wellwood

C R 33 2008 Windsor, Ontario

Note: Due to league policy, Luongo will not be physically wearing the "C" on his jersey. Alternate captains will handle communications with on-ice officials and ceremonial faceoffs.
Note2: Sami Salo is currently acting alternate captain, as Willie Mitchell is out with injury.

Farm teamsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. "Coyotes draft 5 players, trade for 3 defensemen", USA Today, 27 June 2009. Retrieved on 30 April 2010. 
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  24. Quick, Dan Sedin, Bryzgalov named NHL's Three Stars
  25. Halak, Kane, Luongo top NHL Three Stars
  26. Sedin, Bryzgalov, Kane named December's '3 Stars'
  27. Burrows, Hiller, Garon named week's '3 Stars'
  28. Ovi, Henrik Sedin, Vokoun named January's best
  29. Samuelsson, Stempniak and Rinne named '3 Stars'
  30. Stempniak, Howard, Sedin Named NHL's 'Three Stars' For March
  31. Sedin's 112 points earn Art Ross Trophy
  32. Canucks select seven players at the 2009 draft
  33. Canucks acquire Brad Lukowich and Christian Ehrhoff
  34. Canucks acquire Yan Stastny in exchange for Pierre-Cedric Labrie
  35. Canucks acquire Sean Zimmerman and a conditional sixth round pick
  36. Canucks acquire Andrew Alberts
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