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Game Notes: Canucks vs. Flyers

...Canucks play their second of a three-game homestand

by Canucks Media Relations @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver and Philadelphia will face off two times this season: Oct. 12 (home) and Nov. 25 (road). Tonight's game is presented by Budweiser.

The Canucks have a 35-71-13-4 all-time record vs the Flyers. Vancouver has posted a record of 14-32-12-2 vs PHI at home.

Vancouver went 1-1-0 against Philadelphia last season.

Brock Boeser led the Canucks in scoring in the 2018.19 season series vs PHI with three points (2-1-3).

The Canucks have not allowed a power play goal against in the last three consecutive games, going 10/10 on the penalty kill. They

share the league lead of 100% on the PK with the Arizona Coyotes.

LAST MEETING - Feb. 4/19: VAN 1 at PHI 2

Brock Boeser scored the lone Canucks goal, his 18th of the season...Jacob Markstrom stopped 28 of 30 shots...the Canucks outshot the Flyers by a margin of 42-30.

LAST GAME - Oct. 9/19: VAN: 8 vs LA 2

Quinn Hughes opened the scoring with his first NHL goal at 5:26 in the first on the power play...JT Miller set a career high for points (1- 3-4)...Brandon Sutter tied a career high for goals (2) and points (2-1-3) in a game...14 Canucks skaters registered at least one point in the game...Ferland led the team in hits (5)...Jacob Markstrom made 37 saves for his victory of the 2019.20 season.

Video: Miller, Hughes lead Canucks past Kings, 8-2


  • JT Miller notched four points in a game (1-3-4) for the first time in his NHL career on Oct. 9/19 vs LA. This achievement also matched a franchise record for most points in a home opener. According to NHL PR, Greg Adams (4-0-4) and Tony Tanti (0-4-4) originally established the mark over 20 years ago after combining on four of eight Vancouver goals in a win over St. Louis (Oct. 8/87).
  • Brandon Sutter tied career highs for most goals (2) and points (2-1-3) in a game on Oct. 9/19 vs LA.


Quinn Hughes (19 years, 360 days) notched his first NHL goal Oct. 9 vs LA and became the youngest Canucks defenceman to find the back of the net since J.J Daigneault (19 years, 176 days) did so on April 6, 1985 at Los Angeles.


The Canucks tied a club record for goals in a home opener with 8 on Oct. 9/19 vs LA (the two previous times were Oct. 8/87 vs STL and Oct. 11/78 vs CLR). According to NHL PR, just three other teams in the last 10 years have scored eight or more goals in their home opener: Chicago (10; Oct. 5, 2017 vs. PIT), Philadelphia (8; Oct. 14, 2017 vs. WSH) and Toronto (8; Oct. 7, 2017 vs. NYR). The last time the Canucks scored 8 goals in a game was Nov. 8/18 vs Boston, which ended in an 8-5 Canucks win.


During a pre-game ceremony on Oct. 9, the Vancouver Canucks announced Bo Horvat as the 14th captain in team history. The leadership group also includes Alex Edler, Chris Tanev, and Brandon Sutter, who will don A's in 2019.20.

Video: Canucks Name Bo Horvat Captain

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