2019-20 Vancouver Canucks Season
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2019%E2%80%9320 Vancouver Canucks Season

2019-20 Vancouver Canucks
Division3rd Pacific
Conference7th Western
2019-20 record36-27-6
Home record22-9-4
Road record14-18-2
Goals for228
Goals against217
Team information
General ManagerJim Benning
CoachTravis Green
CaptainBo Horvat
Alternate captainsAlexander Edler
Brandon Sutter
Christopher Tanev
ArenaRogers Arena
Minor league affiliate(s)Utica Comets (AHL)
Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL)
Team leaders
GoalsJ. T. Miller
Elias Pettersson (27)
AssistsQuinn Hughes
J. T. Miller (45)
PointsJ. T. Miller (72)
Penalty minutesAlexander Edler (62)
Plus/minusElias Pettersson (+16)
WinsJacob Markstrom (23)
Goals against averageJacob Markstrom (2.75)

The 2019-20 Vancouver Canucks season was the 50th season for the National Hockey League franchise that was established on May 22, 1970.[1] The Canucks attempted to return to the postseason for the first time since the 2014-15 season.

The season was suspended by the league officials on March 12, 2020, after several other professional and collegiate sports organizations followed suit as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[2][3] On May 26, the NHL regular season was officially declared over with the remaining games being cancelled.[4] The Canucks advanced to the playoffs for the first time since the 2014-15 season by defeating the Minnesota Wild in the qualifying round in four games. The Canucks defeated the defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in six games,[5] advancing to the second round for the first time since the 2010-11 season, where they faced off against the Vegas Golden Knights,[6] losing the series in seven games.[7]

Off-season

The Vancouver Canucks hosted the 2019 NHL Entry Draft on June 21-22, 2019.[8]

Training camp

The Canucks held their training camp at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia, from September 13-15.[9] The following day, they hosted a preseason game against the Calgary Flames in Victoria, which they lost 4-3.[10]

Regular season

October

Centre ice logo commemorating the Vancouver Canucks 50th season

The Canucks began their season with a 3-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on October 2.[11] After ending their season-opening two-game road trip with a 3-0 loss to the Calgary Flames, the team returned home for their October 9 home opener against the Los Angeles Kings, the same team the Canucks hosted in their inaugural game exactly 49 years earlier. In a special pre-game ceremony, the Canucks named Bo Horvat the 14th captain in team history.[12] The Canucks defeated the Kings 8-2. The Canucks would get back to .500 in their next game by beating the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 in a shootout, their first shootout of the year. Before the final game of the homestand, Jacob Markstrom left the team for personal reasons, resulting in Thatcher Demko making his first start of the season, where the Canucks won 5-1 over the Detroit Red Wings. The Canucks opened their road trip on October 17 by defeating the defending champion St. Louis Blues 4-3 in a shootout, coming back after being down 3-1 in the game to earn their first road victory of the year.[13] Playing their next two games on back-to-back days, the Canucks were shutout by the New Jersey Devils 1-0, however they rebounded and defeated the New York Rangers 3-2 the following day, which included Bo Horvat scoring his 100th career goal.[14] The Canucks concluded their road trip by defeating the Detroit Red Wings 5-2, with Bo Horvat scoring his first career hat-trick and helping Vancouver overcome a 2-0 deficit in the game.[15] On October 25, back at home facing the Washington Capitals, the Canucks surrendered a 5-1 second period lead and lost the game 6-5 in a shootout. The team rebounded in their next game and beat the Florida Panthers 7-2.[16] To close out the month of October, the Canucks began a three-game California road trip by visiting the Los Angeles Kings. Vancouver earned a 5-3 victory in the October 30 game, which included a Brock Boeser hat-trick.[17]

November

Continuing their road trip, the Canucks opened November with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Anaheim Ducks. They responded the following day by winning 5-2 over the San Jose Sharks. The Canucks earned five of six points on the road trip, and won their first game in San Jose since March 31, 2016.[18]

Standings

Divisional standings

Pacific Division
Pos Team GP W L OTL RW GF GA GD Pts
1 Vegas Golden Knights 71 39 24 8 30 227 211 +16 86
2 Edmonton Oilers 71 37 25 9 31 225 217 +8 83
3 Calgary Flames 70 36 27 7 25 210 215 −5 79
4 Vancouver Canucks 69 36 27 6 27 228 217 +11 78
5 Arizona Coyotes 70 33 29 8 26 195 187 +8 74
6 Anaheim Ducks 71 29 33 9 20 187 226 −39 67
7 Los Angeles Kings 70 29 35 6 21 178 212 −34 64
8 San Jose Sharks 70 29 36 5 22 182 226 −44 63
Source: National Hockey League[19]

Western Conference

Pos Team GP W L OTL RW GF GA GD PCT Qualification
1 St. Louis Blues 71 42 19 10 33 225 193 +32 .662 Advance to Seeding round-robin tournament[20]
2 Colorado Avalanche 70 42 20 8 37 237 191 +46 .657
3 Vegas Golden Knights 71 39 24 8 30 227 211 +16 .606
4 Dallas Stars 69 37 24 8 26 180 177 +3 .594
5 Edmonton Oilers 71 37 25 9 31 225 217 +8 .585 Advance to 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs qualifying round[20]
6 Nashville Predators 69 35 26 8 28 215 217 −2 .565
7 Vancouver Canucks 69 36 27 6 27 228 217 +11 .565
8 Calgary Flames 70 36 27 7 25 210 215 −5 .564
9 Winnipeg Jets 71 37 28 6 30 216 203 +13 .563
10 Minnesota Wild 69 35 27 7 30 220 220 0 .558
11 Arizona Coyotes 70 33 29 8 26 195 187 +8 .529
12 Chicago Blackhawks 70 32 30 8 23 212 218 −6 .514
13 Anaheim Ducks 71 29 33 9 20 187 226 −39 .472
14 Los Angeles Kings 70 29 35 6 21 178 212 −34 .457
15 San Jose Sharks 70 29 36 5 22 182 226 −44 .450
Tiebreaking procedures
  1. Fewer number of games played (only used during regular season).
  2. Greater number of regulation wins (denoted by RW).
  3. Greater amount of wins in regulation and overtime (excluding shootout wins; denoted by ROW).
  4. Greater amount of total wins (including shootouts).
  5. Greater number of points earned in head-to-head play; if teams played an uneven number of head-to-head games, the result of the first game on the home ice of the team with the extra home game is discarded.
  6. Greater goal differential (difference between goals for and goals against).
  7. Greater amount of goals scored (denoted by GF).

Schedule and results

Pre-season

The Canucks released their pre-season schedule on June 18, 2019.[21]

Regular season

The regular season schedule was released on June 25, 2019.[22]

Playoffs

The Canucks defeated the Minnesota Wild in the qualifying round in four games.[23]

The Canucks faced the St. Louis Blues in the first round, and defeated them in six games.[24]

In the second round, the Canucks faced the Vegas Golden Knights, but lost in seven games.[25]

Detailed records

Player statistics

Skaters

Goaltenders

Regular season[28]
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Jacob Markstrom 43 43 2,551:53 23 16 4 117 2.75 1,420 .918 2 0 1 4
Thatcher Demko 27 25 1,529:03 13 10 2 78 3.06 822 .905 0 0 0 0
Louis Domingue+ 1 1 58:47 0 1 0 4 4.08 34 .882 0 0 0 0
Michael DiPietro 1 0 8:23 0 0 0 1 7.16 7 .857 0 0 0 0
Playoffs[29]
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Jacob Markstrom 14 14 841:11 8 6 40 2.85 491 .919 1 0 0 0
Thatcher Demko 4 3 186:19 2 1 2 0.64 130 .985 1 0 0 0

+Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Canucks. Stats reflect time with the Canucks only.
?Denotes player was traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with the Canucks only.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record.

Awards and honours

Awards

Regular season
Player Award Awarded
Elias Pettersson NHL First Star of the Week November 4, 2019[30]
Elias Pettersson NHL All-Star game selection December 30, 2019[31]
Jacob Markstrom NHL All-Star game selection January 3, 2020[32]
Quinn Hughes NHL All-Star game selection January 11, 2020[33]
J.T. Miller NHL Third Star of the Week February 3, 2020[34]

Milestones

Records

Player Record Date
Alexander Edler Most assists by Canucks defenceman January 16, 2020[56]

Transactions

The Canucks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2019-20 season.

Trades

Date Details Ref
June 22, 2019 (2019-06-22) To Tampa Bay Lightning
Marek Mazanec
3rd-round pick in 2019
conditional 1st-round pick in 2020
To Vancouver Canucks
J. T. Miller
[57]
June 22, 2019 (2019-06-22) To Buffalo Sabres
4th-round pick in 2019
To Vancouver Canucks
SJS's 4th-round pick in 2019
WPG's 6th-round pick in 2019
[58]
June 22, 2019 (2019-06-22) To San Jose Sharks
Tom Pyatt
6th-round pick in 2019
To Vancouver Canucks
Francis Perron
7th-round pick in 2019
[59]
October 6, 2019 (2019-10-06) To Detroit Red Wings
Alex Biega
To Vancouver Canucks
David Pope
[60]
February 17, 2020 (2020-02-17) To Los Angeles Kings
Tyler Madden
Tim Schaller
2nd-round pick in 2020
Conditional 4th-round pick in 2022
To Vancouver Canucks
Tyler Toffoli
[61]
February 24, 2020 (2020-02-24) To New Jersey Devils
Zane McIntyre
To Vancouver Canucks
Louis Domingue
[62]

Free agents

Date Player Team Contract term Ref
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Jordie Benn from Montreal Canadiens 2-year [63]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Oscar Fantenberg from Calgary Flames 1-year [64]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Brendan Gaunce to Boston Bruins 1-year [65]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Markus Granlund to Edmonton Oilers 1-year [66]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Tyler Graovac from Calgary Flames 1-year [67]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Tanner Kero to Dallas Stars 2-year [68]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Zane McIntyre from Boston Bruins 1-year [69]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Tyler Myers from Winnipeg Jets 5-year [70]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Derrick Pouliot to St. Louis Blues 1-year [71]
July 1, 2019 (2019-07-01) Luke Schenn to Tampa Bay Lightning 1-year [72]
July 4, 2019 (2019-07-04) Justin Bailey from Philadelphia Flyers 1-year [73]
July 10, 2019 (2019-07-10) Micheal Ferland from Carolina Hurricanes 4-year [74]
September 18, 2019 (2019-09-18) Ben Hutton to Los Angeles Kings 1-year [75]

Waivers

Date Player Team Ref
from/to

Signings

Date Player Contract term Ref
July 2, 2019 (2019-07-02) Tyler Motte 1-year [78]
July 5, 2019 (2019-07-05) Josh Leivo 1-year [79]
July 8, 2019 (2019-07-08) Francis Perron 1-year [80]
July 9, 2019 (2019-07-09) Reid Boucher 1-year [81]
July 9, 2019 (2019-07-09) Brogan Rafferty 2-year [81]
July 9, 2019 (2019-07-09) Josh Teves 2-year [81]
August 23, 2019 (2019-08-23) Arturs Silovs 3-year [82]
September 4, 2019 (2019-09-04) Nikolay Goldobin 1-year [83]
September 16, 2019 (2019-09-16) Brock Boeser 3-year [84]

Draft picks

The 2019 NHL Entry Draft prior to the Vancouver Canucks selecting Ethan Keppen at 122nd overall.

Below are the Vancouver Canucks' selections at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, which was held on June 21 and 22, 2019, at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 10 Vasily Podkolzin RW  Russia SKA-Neva (VHL)
2 40 Nils Hoglander LW  Sweden Rögle BK (SHL)
4 1221 Ethan Keppen LW  Canada Flint Firebirds (OHL)
5 133 Carson Focht C  Canada Calgary Hitman (WHL)
6 1562 Arturs Silovs G  Latvia HK R?ga (MHL)
6 1753 Karel Plasek RW  Czech Republic Kometa Brno (ELH)
6 1804 Jack Malone RW  United States Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
7 195 Aidan McDonough LW  United States Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL)
7 2155 Arvid Costmar C  Sweden Linköpings J20 (J20 SuperElit)

Notes:

  1. The San Jose Sharks' fourth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019, that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 (102nd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for Winnipeg's sixth-round pick in 2019 (175th overall) and this pick.[85]
  2. The Ottawa Senators' sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on January 2, 2019, that sent Anders Nilsson and Darren Archibald to Ottawa in exchange for Mike McKenna, Tom Pyatt and this pick.[86]
  3. The Winnipeg Jets' sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019, that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 (102nd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for San Jose's fourth-round pick in 2019 (122nd overall) and this pick.[85]
  4. The Washington Capitals' sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018, that sent a sixth-round pick in 2018 to Washington in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2018 and this pick.[87]
  5. The San Jose Sharks' seventh-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019, that sent Tom Pyatt and a sixth-round pick in 2019 (164th overall) to San Jose in exchange for Francis Perron and this pick.[88]

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