5 Canucks who could achieve career milestones by the end of the 2021-22 season

There are 12 games left in the Vancouver Canucks this season, and there is a chance that fans will be able to witness some career milestones and records. Whether it’s Queen Hughes’ historic season or a milestone mentioned below, there’s still plenty to play despite being out of play-off reach. There are five milestones to visit in April

Brock Boiser – 250 career points

This season has been challenging for Brock Boiser, but he has a chance to finish on a high note by collecting the 250th point of his career. Through 317 career games, the Canucks sniper has 117 goals and 131 assists for 248 points. Among the players drafted in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, as Canuck, he is ranked 28th all-time and 10th.

Brock Boyser, Vancouver Canucks (Jess Star / The Hockey Writers)

As mentioned, this season has been disappointing as Boyesar has registered only 38 points in 64 games. There are also pending limited free agents The trade has been rumored for the past few months as some fans feel it is time to move on from the previous 23rd overall pick. Regardless, the 250 points in the NHL are impressive, especially considering its injury history in its first six seasons.

Bo Harvat – 200 career support

Bo Harvath stepped up late in the season and finished with 200 career assists. With 567 games, he has registered 193 assists and is just seven away from becoming the 22nd player to record 200 career assists as Canuck. This task can be difficult as he has only one assist in the last nine games, but it certainly ends the season as an achievable goal.

5 Canucks who could achieve career milestones by the end of the 2021-22 season

Despite facing criticism from fans this season, Harvat has persevered, leading to another strong campaign. He has 27 goals and 18 assists for 45 points and has been a point-per-game player since March 1, 2022. Despite not registering many assists late, he should be close to 200 or more. Weather.

Luke Shane – 2,800 career hits

There are very few favorite players in the history of Canucks like Luke Shane. The former Kelona Rocket Defenseman is back in Vancouver this season on a mission to throw as many hits as possible. So far this season, he has recorded 227 hits in 54 games and is just eight away from 2,800 in his career.

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The NHL only started recording hits in 2007-08, but since then, Shane has been ranked seventh among all hits. Whether he throws big hits or stands up for teammates, he is not physically afraid to play in every game. He is a heart and soul player that will hopefully return to help the Canucks next season.

Tyler Myers – 1,400 career shots on target

Tyler Myers, or “The Chaos Giraffe”, mentioned by Vancouver fans and the media, should have scored 1,400 goals in his career by the end of the season. Through 828 games of his career, he has registered 1,395 shots and is just five away from the milestone. So far this season with Canucks, he has 109 shots in 70 games.

Myers may be playing his last 12 games with the Canucks as the report says Vancouver is trying to move the defender. If this is his last few matches, it would be nice to see him touch the milestone. He has 57 points (which matches his jersey number) and 352 shots in 193 games with the franchise so far. No matter what happens this offseason, seeing him in the Canucks jersey for the last few seasons is a fun journey.

Thatcher Demco – 65 wins

If Thatcher Demco manages to win three more games this season, he will surpass Ryan Miller’s career of 64 wins to move to seventh place in the history of the franchise. The Canucks starter has won 62 of his first 128 games, including 28 this season. With more than 30 wins in a single season, he has the chance to become the sixth goalkeeper in Canucks history and the first to accomplish this feat since Roberto Luongo in 2011-12.

This season was Demco’s best because he took over the starter job. He has played more than 60 games this season and has a career year with .916% save percentage and 2.69 goals against the average. He also led the league with a reserve goal above expectations with 19.4 and a win over substitutes with 3.23. This has been a special season for the California locals as he has established himself as one of the top scorers in the NHL.

Canucks still have a lot to play

Although Canucks’ playoff hopes are fading, there is still plenty to play. Whether it’s a milestone, a contract or a spot on the team, hopefully the players will compete in the end. With seven home games left, hopefully, Vancouver can send their fans home happy a few more times this season after another campaign that looks set to end in disappointment.


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