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The Vancouver Canucks joined the NHL in 1970 as an expansion team. They struggled at first but won their division in 1975 thanks in large part to legend Andre Boudrias. He would quickly become the team’s top offensive player in the early to mid-1970s, leading the team in scoring in 4 of their first 5 seasons.
The Canucks surprised fans and critics alike by making their way into the Stanley Cup Finals in 1982 despite a less than stellar season. However, Vancouver Canucks Ticket Holders saw their team lose to the New York Islanders in a quick 4 games.
The Canucks struggled in the 1980s, but made it to post-season play again in 1994, due to players such as goaltender Kirk MacLean, Pavel “the Russian Rocket” Bure, Trevor Linden, and Cliff Ronning. However, this time, the team was eliminated from the playoffs by another New York team, the Rangers.
The Canucks did poorly in the late 1990s but improved in the 2000s. Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, Matthias Ohlund, and Ed Jovanovski were important players who helped lead the team to the division title showdown against the Calgary Flames in 2004. Ultimately, they lost in overtime of game 7 to the Flames in the first round. The Canucks just missed the playoffs in 2006 and would continue to struggle through the 2010s as top talent retired or was traded, and coaching overhauls and changes in ownership created some instability.
The Canucks play their home games at Rogers Arena. The stadium opened in 1995 as General Motors Place, and seats up to 18,900 Vancouver Canucks Ticket Holders. Fans of the Vancouver Canucks can get tickets to Rogers Arena from Golden Tickets.