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Per wrote: Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:45 am
The Brown Wizard wrote: Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:44 am This is likely a big reason why this team hasnt won a cup in 50 years
Yup. Great defence wins cups.
Of note: It is now getting pretty rare to see two defense men on a power-play. Skews the stats some.
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I'll post this in this thread as well:

50+ point seasons by Canuck d-men:

Rk Player Season GP G: A: TP
# 1 Doug Lidster.......... 86/87 80 12 51 63
# 2 Dennis Kearns........ 66/67 80 _5 55 60
# 3 Rick Lanz............. 83/84 79 18 39 57
# 4 Paul Reinhart........ 89/90 67 17 40 57
# 5 Paul Reinhart........ 88/89 64 _7 50 57
# 6 Dale Tallon........... 70/71 78 14 42 56
# 7 Jyrki Lumme......... 93/94 83 13 42 55
# 8 Jyrki Lumme......... 95/96 80 17 37 54
# 9 Kevin McCarthy...... 80/81 80 16 37 53
#10 Rick Lanz............. 85/86 75 15 38 53
#11 Quinn Hughes........ 19/20 68 _8 45 53
#12 Doug Halward........ 82/83 75 19 33 52
#13 Jocelyn Guevremont 71/72 75 13 38 51
#14 Dennis Kearns........ 75/76 80 _5 46 51
#15 Christian Ehrhoff.... 10/11 79 14 36 50

Edler's best attempt was 49 in 2011/12 and Jovocop's was 48 in 01/02.

Too bad the season ended early. :(

Hughes just needed one more point to be in 9th place...
... and if he had kept on producing at the clip he was, he'd be in 2nd place all time - in his rookie season! :o

Well, I'm pretty sure we'll see him climb that list within the next year or so. :drink:
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So, looking back at some of the questions posed before this season...

Could Quinn Hughes break into the franchise's top 15 of most points in a rookie season?

Yes he could. :thumbs:

Despite the shortened season, he even managed to break the top ten!

Rk Player__________ GP G_ A_ TP
.1 Elias Pettersson….... 71 28 38 66
.2 Pavel Bure….......... 65 34 26 60
.3 Ivan Hlinka….......... 72 23 37 60
.4 Trevor Linden…....... 80 30 29 59
.5 Dennis Ververgaert.. 78 26 31 57
.6 Rick Blight….......... 74 25 31 56
.7 Dale Tallon….......... 78 14 42 56
.8 Brock Boeser…........ 62 29 26 55
.9 Quinn Hughes........68 _8 45 53
10 Dixon Ward…......... 70 22 30 52
11 Thomas Gradin…..... 76 20 31 51
12 Jocelyn Guevremont 75 13 38 51
13 Patrik Sundström….. 74 23 23 46
14 Lars Molin…........... 72 15 31 46
15 Igor Larionov…....... 74 17 27 44

Had he gotten to finish the season, he was actually on track to even beat Bure and Hlinka and reach second place behind Petey! :o
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As for just looking at rookie blue liners:

Best scoring rookie d-men in a Vancouver uniform:

# Player __________ Season GP G: A: TP
1 Dale Tallon________ 1970-71 78 14 42 56
2 Quinn Hughes____ 2019-20 68 _8 45 53
3 Jocelyn Guevremont 1971-72 75 13 38 51
4 Dave Dunn ________ 1973-74 68 11 22 33
5 Mattias Öhlund______ 1997-98 77 7 23 30
6 Doug Lidster________ 1984-85 78 6 24 30
7 Jiri Bubla___________ 1982-83 72 2 28 30
8 Rick Lanz___________ 1980-81 76 7 22 29
9 Dennis Kearns _______ 1971-72 73 3 26 29
10 J-J Daigneault_______ 1984-85 67 4 23 27

Had he played a full 82 games at that pace, he'd be in first place.


And here's looking strictly at goals scored by a rookie d-man:

# Player___________ Season GP G
1 Dale Tallon________ 1970-71 78 14
2 Jocelyn Guevremont 1971-72 75 13
3 Dave Dunn ________ 1973-74 68 11
4 Quinn Hughes_____ 2019-20 68 8
4 Alexander Edler_____ 2007-08 75 8
6 Mattias Öhlund______ 1997-98 77 7
6 Rick Lanz___________ 1980-81 76 7
6 Bob Dailey__________ 1973-74 76 7
9 Doug Lidster ________ 1984-85 78 6
9 Michel Petit_________ 1983-84 44 6


And here are the rookie Canuck d-men have averaged more than 0.50 points per game:

# Player___________ Season P/GP
1 Jyrki Lumme ______ 1989-90 0.91
2 Quinn Hughes____ 2019-20 0.78
3 Dale Tallon________ 1970-71 0.72
4 Jocelyn Guevremont 1971-72 0.68
5 Jiri Slegr__________ 1992-93 0.63
6 Ian Kidd___________ 1987-88 0.58

All in all I think we can conclude Huggy Bear had a pretty decent rookie season! :drink:
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Playoff shutouts by Canuck goalies, alltime:

Kirk McLean 6
Roberto Luongo 5
Richard Brodeur 1
Jacob Markström 1

That’s it. :|

Let’s see if Jacob can climb to the top of that list... :thumbs:
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Quinn Hughes also set a new franchise record for most points in a playoff game by a rookie d-man:

1) Quinn Hughes 3 (2020-08-06)
2) Neil Belland 2 (1982-05-01)
2) Neil Belland 2 (1982-05-06)

And then 11 cases of one point games.

He is also tied for third place when it comes to points in a playoff game for all rookies:

1) Pavel Bure 4 (1+3)
1) Trevor Linden 4 (1+3)
3) Pavel Bure 3 (3+0)
3) Quinn Hughes 3 (0+3)

And then there are 17 cases of two point playoff games for rookies, including Hlinka, Gradin, Neely, both Sedins, etc.
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Per wrote: Fri Aug 07, 2020 4:29 am Playoff shutouts by Canuck goalies, alltime:

Kirk McLean 6
Roberto Luongo 5
Richard Brodeur 1
Jacob Markström 1
So Per: We're obviously guaranteed at least the finals, right? Those are "THE" names.

Pettersson and Markstrom are sharing the milestone puck . Now that's teamwork.
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Playoff shutouts by Canuck goalies, alltime: (updated)

Kirk McLean 6
Roberto Luongo 5
Richard Brodeur 1
Jacob Markström 1
Thatcher Demko 1

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And a new NHL all time record:

Most saves in a playoff shutout decided in regulation

Thatcher Demko 48

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https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/canucks ... VVG2kqLRkU

Demko set a few NHL records:

1. He set a new franchise record for most saves in a playoff shutout

2. NHL record number of saves in a playoff shutout by a rookie

3. Most saves ever in a playoff shutout in regulation

4. New record for saves in a regulation playoff win by a rookie

5. Broke Schneider’s Canucks record for saves in a playoff regulation win

6. Most saves in two consecutive starts by a playoff rookie

7. First since Jacques Plante in 1953 to record first two playoff wins in elimination games
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