Saw this on Twitter somewhere then looked it up. The Canucks all-time scoring leader list looks like this now:
|PLAYER||SEASONS PLAYED||GAMES PLAYED||POINTS|
|1. Markus Naslund||12||884||756|
|2. Trevor Linden||16||1140||733|
|3. Stan Smyl||13||896||673|
|4. Thomas Gradin||8||613||550|
|5. Pavel Bure||7||428||478|
|6. Henrik Sedin||9||653||471|
|7. Tony Tanti||8||531||470|
|8. Daniel Sedin||9||646||466|
|9. Todd Bertuzzi||8||518||449|
|10. Don Lever||8||593||407|
It's not too long before Hank catches Bure. Too bad Daniel is idle for so long right now. All he can do is watch. What other Canucks records are being attacked?
-Hank has caught Cliff Ronning at 18th all-time for career Canucks goals. Danny Boy is tied with Greg Adams at 10th.
-Henrik passed Thomas Gradin on the all-time assists list several games ago, giving him 359 total, and putting him at 4th overall. He'll top that list soon enough, as the #1 spot, Trevor Linden, had 415 career assists.
-Roberto Luongo needs 8 more wins to catch Richard Brodeur for 2nd overall on the all-time wins list (126) for a Canucks goalie. Just think of how miserable some of those Canucks teams were, and how bad Kirk McLean and Brodeur could be at times. It took Captain Kirk 11 seasons to get 211 wins. It took King Richard 8 seasons to get 126 wins. Luongo is only in his 4th season. All of these stats were taken from The Canucks Library. They have not updated the stats there past the 2008-09 season so I did the math for you. That's a great site though. Love it.