|Brock Boesner||24||2||2015 VAN 1st (23)|
|J.T. Miller||28||7||2011 NYR 1st (15)|
|Quinn Hughes||21||RK||2018 VAN 1st (7)|
|Bo Horvat||26||4||2013 VAN 1st (9)|
|Tyler Myers||31||9||2008 BU 1st (12)|
Vancouver Canucks - Year in Review
The Vancouver Canucks had a disappointing 2020-21 season to say the least following a promising 2019-20 campaign. With only 23 wins and 29 losses, the Canucks couldn’t even keep up with the Ottawa Senators as Vancouver finished dead last in the Scotia North division. With 50 points on the season, the Vancouver Canucks barely cracked a top-25 finish in the overall NHL standings. Believe it or not, this was the third time in the past five years that Vancouver has finished 7th in their respective division (Pacific included).
Vancouver Canucks Betting Odds
Odds for betting on the Vancouver Canucks are available in advance of the National Hockey League season and throughout the NHL regular season. Crazy Canucks cappers can get NHL odds, including Stanley Cup odds, at a variety of the best online sportsbooks in Canada.
There are a number of Vancouver Canucks bets for National Hockey League games. Available pre-match odds for Canucks games cover NHL moneylines, game totals, and puckline betting. Team props and player props are also pretty popular. All of these types of Vancouver Canucks betting options are available for preseason contests and regular season competitions, along with NHL playoff games.
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Vancouver Canucks Odds
If you’re someone who can’t wait to wager on the Vancouver Canucks, you’re able to get betting odds before puck drop, while Canucks games are live for in-play betting, as well as futures odds pertaining to the Vancouver Canucks program and the individual players.
Future bets are wagers which remain open longer than the pre-match markets. These lines alter in the offseason and vary over the regular season as well. The best ice hockey betting sites online help you identify better odds as they sway throughout the season.
Current Odds for Canucks
If you’re eyeing up betting odds on the Vancouver Canucks, you’re able to snatch NHL lines for their next slated game. Sports betting sites, like Bodog for example, release odds as soon as the team’s last game has finished.
Other online Canadian sportsbooks, including Sports Interaction, Betway and Intertops, could delay releasing odds especially if star players are considered questionable or based on a team’s starting goalie such as Thatcher Demko being listed as a game-time-decision caused by a knee injury.
Online Canadian betting sites, Spin Sports, PowerPlay, and Bet365 for instance, offer betting odds earlier now and again. However, most online sportsbooks in Canada ordinarily release odds at the same time all in all.
Vancouver Canucks Prop Bets
Canucks props are really popular Vancouver wagers. Mixed in with the gambling sites online that we referred to above, BetOnline is another trusted sportsbook when placing prop bets on the Vancouver Canucks.
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Vancouver Canucks Team History
The Vancouver Canucks joined the NHL in 1970 as an expansion team along with the Buffalo Sabres. In its National Hockey League history, the Canucks have advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals on three occasions. They lost to the New York Islanders in 1982, the New York Rangers in 1994, and lost to the Boston Bruins in 2011.
The Vancouver Canucks won the Presidents’ Trophy as the team with the NHL’s best regular-season record in 2010–11 and 2011–12. Vancouver won three division titles as part of the Smythe Division from 1974 to 1993, and won seven titles as part of the Northwest Division from 1998 to 2013. Along with the Buffalo Sabres, the Vancouver Canucks are one of the two oldest NHL teams to never win the Stanley Cup.
Vancouver Canucks Playoff History
The Vancouver Canucks failed to qualify for the playoffs in their first four seasons. In 1975, the Canucks made their Stanley Cup playoffs debut, but lost the opening series to the Montreal Canadiens in five games. In 1976, the Canucks lost to the New York Islanders in a two-game preliminary series. The Vancouver Canucks made the playoffs nine times during the next 16 years.
In 1982, the Canucks advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in their history, and were the first Western Canadian team to play for the Stanley Cup in 56 years. The Canucks were swept by the Islanders in four games and never won a playoff series again until 1992, before being eliminated in the second round by the Edmonton Oilers.
1994 saw Vancouver earn their second trip to the Stanley Cup Finals against the Presidents’ Trophy-winning New York Rangers with wins over the Calgary Flames, Dallas Stars, and the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first three rounds. However, Vancouver’s magical run came up short with a 3-2 loss in Game 7 at Madison Square Garden. The following year, Vancouver was knocked out in the first round of the NHL playoffs by the Colorado Avalanche.
The Canucks cracked the playoffs again in 2001 only to lose to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche. The same thing happened in 2002, as Vancouver lost to the eventual Stanley Cup winners in the Detroit Red Wings.
In 2003, Vancouver won their first playoff series in eight years as they beat the St. Louis Blues in seven games before being eliminated in the second round by the Minnesota Wild. The Canucks followed up with another first round exit in the 2004 playoffs curtesy of the Calgary Flames.
Vancouver opened the 2007 playoffs with a first-round series win over the Dallas Stars, but lost in five games to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks. In the 2009 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Vancouver Canucks swept their first-round matchup against the St. Louis Blues, but were bounced by the Chicago Blackhawks in the second round in six games.
The 2009-10 playoffs saw the Canucks defeat the Los Angeles Kings in six games, but Vancouver was once again eliminated by the Blackhawks, who eventually went on to win the Stanley Cup. In 2011, the Vancouver Canucks advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994, only to lose to the Boston Bruins in seven games.
The Canucks were eliminated in five games to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings in the 2012 playoffs, were swept in the first round of the playoffs by the San Jose Sharks the next year, and lost to the Flames in the first round during the 20014-15 season.
Vancouver won their first postseason series in nine years in the 2020 Qualifying Round by beating the Minnesota Wild. They beat the defending Stanley Cup champions St. Louis Blues in the first round in six games, but the Canucks were eliminated in seven games by the Vegas Golden Knights in the second round.
NHL North Division
The Vancouver Canucks competed in the NHL’s realigned Scotia North Division this past season with six other NHL teams – the Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames, and the Montreal Canadiens.
Betting on the Vancouver Canucks
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A lot like baseball’s runline, the puckline in NHL betting is hockey’s version of a point spread. And because NHL games are usually a lower scoring affair, this type of bet only uses a spread of 1.5 goals. NHL teams typically average a little under three goals per game, with the most common score being 3-2.
Single-event sports betting is the act of staking money on one selection or a single market. It offers bettors the opportunity to make a profit by predicting the outcome of one match. Single-event sports betting is prohibited in Canada. Bill C-218 and Bill C-13 were introduced in 2020 to legalize single-event sports betting in Canada. Both bills were set aside during the COVID-19 pandemic, but discussions and votes picked back up during early 2021.