no but there have also been Vancouver teams before the canucks called the millionares and the maroons. i still think canucks is better XD
The Millionaires won the Stanley cup in 1915, although they weren't part of the NHL yet (they were part of the PCHA). The Millionaires played from 1912-1922 until being renamed Maroons for 4 years after that.
They were called the Vancouver Millionaires in 1915
The Vancouver Canucks.
Vancouver's NHL team is the Vancouver Canucks.
"Where the Streets Have no Name" by U2.
The term Canuck is a slang for Canadian (often used offensively). Since Montreal had already taken the term "Canadiens," Vancouver chose the name Canucks.
The Vancouver Canucks current goalie is Ruberto Lungo, but I'm not sure if that is how his name is spelled.
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The AHL affiliate of the Canucks is the Manitoba Moose, and the ECHL affiliate is the Victoria Salmon Kings.
In 1997 the Canucks unveiled a new logo, in which a Haida-style orca (killer whale) breaking out of a patch of ice forms a stylized "C".
These two organizations are not related. The Vancouver Millionaires existed from 1911 to 1926, competing in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and Western Canada Hockey League. The team was called the Vancouver Maroons from 1922 to 1926. The Vancouver Canucks were formed in 1945 and played in two minor leagues until 1970: Pacific Coast Hockey League and Western Hockey League. The Canucks joined the NHL in the 1970 expansion.
Vault is a term in gymnastics. Vancouver Canucks is the name of a team in the National Hockey League
do u live in vancouver