The Vancouver Canucks Hockey Club dates back to 1945. From 1945 to 1970 it was a franchise in the Western Hockey League -- a league one tier down from the NHL. It was made up of farm teams for parent NHL clubs. For most of that duration, Vancouver was the No. 1 farm team of the New York Rangers. Their team logo was the "Johnny Canuck" emblem. In late 1969 Vancouver was awarded a NHL franchise (along with Buffalo) to commence the '70-'71 season. The Canucks dispensed with the Johnny Canuck logo in favour of a hockey stick laid against the outline of a rink. The Canucks have never won a Stanley Cup, having lost three times in the final series.
There is the Prime Seat Club online. That is the official website of the Vancouver Canucks that offers the sale of their season tickets. You can usually reach them through their direct line of 604-899-4610 for more information.
Vancouver Rowing Club was created in 1886.
The Canucks has joined the NHL for 42 years but they haven't won a Stanley cup yet. There is a club which has the same hometown with the Canucks is the Millionaires, this club won a Stanley cup in 1915.
The modern form of field hockey was first played in BC. In 1896, the first recorded match in Canada was played by Vancouver girls, and the Vancouver Ladies Club was formed. Men were also playing at the turn of the century in Vancouver and Victoria, and a Vancouver league was in existence in 1902. The first women's organization in Canada was formed in Vancouver in 1927. During the first half of the 20th century, field hockey was played on Vancouver Island and in the Vancouver area, and contests were recorded with teams from California and Australia in the 1930s. by srinabh Bangalore yehalanka
Vancouver Lawn Tennis Club was created in 1887.
Blueharts Hockey Club was created in 1946.
Duchy Hockey Club was created in 2009.
Valley Hockey Club was created in 1921.
KL Hockey Club was created in 2000.
Bolton Hockey Club was created in 1965.
Waverley Hockey Club was created in 1958.