They were the Vancouver Millionaires.
I am not exactly sure but the term 'Canuck' means Canadian. Before they where the canucks they where the millionaires. Sorry i do not know exactly why.
No actually but maybe someday they would
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.
Yes! Did you not see games 1,2,5.
The Contender Theme by Hans Zimmer.
Yes, he's Italian and he's from Montreal so he's catholic, before every game you can see him doing the sign of the cross.
No, the Vancouver Canucks have not won the Stanley Cup.This is a disputed question. The first professional hockey team to compete from Vancouver were the Vancouver Millionaires, later called the Maroons. The team began in 1911 and soon won a Stanley cup, beating the Senators for it in 1915. The team folded in 1926 and ceased to exist.The Vancouver Canucks joined the NHL in 1970, having existed since 1945, and have never won a cup. Some wish to credit the Canucks with the Stanley Cup won by the Millionaires in 1915, however, there is no substantial link between the two clubs other than the sport of hockey and their home town, and so officially the Canucks are not given recognition of the win nor does a Stanley Cup banner commemorating the event hang in their arena.The Vancouver Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup. They have been to the finals thrice, in 1982, 1994 and 2011. The Vancouver Millionaires won the Stanley Cup in 1915, but this was before the formation of the NHL and was a completely different organization than the modern Vancouver Canucks.The Vancouver Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup, but prior to their entry into the NHL in 1970, the Vancouver Canucks of the old Western Hockey League did win that league's championship. I believe they did it last in '68/'69. Just ask Don Cherry, who was a member of the Canucks about that time. So strictly speaking, the team known as the " Vancouver Canucks" did win the big prize (or cup) -- but not as a NHL team.SurreyfanNo.
This (2011) is the first time the two teams have met in the finals. The Canucks have been to the finals twice before: in 1982 and in 1994. The Bruins have been to the finals seven times before, most recently in 1990.