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Are the Canucks Now Canada’s Team?

Well folks, with Nathan Horton’s second consecutive OT goal Montreal was eliminated from the playoffs last night. Their exit from the postseason leaves only one Canadian based team contending for Lord Stanely’s Cup. At this time of the year most Canadian based hockey fans will now shift their attention and support to the Canuck’s hoping that the Cup will venture North of the Border for the first time since 1993. However for some us it is tough to support the Canuck’s as they just don’t seem Canadian…. I decided to explore this notion.

What makes a team Canadian? Does the fact that the Canuck’s reside in Canada simply make them Canadian? I don’t know about you but Canada’s team should look Canadian; play with the passion, desire and determination that Canadian hockey players are known for… the location of the team should be secondary in my opinion.

I prefer to believe that Canada’s team is the NHL franchise that provides the greatest number of Canadians an opportunity to play the Canadian game of hockey. Every NHL franchise regardless of where reside has the same opportunity to draft and sign players from whatever Country they see fit and the roster each team puts forth is a representation of what they believe a winning team looks like.

Those of us who consider ourselves proud Canadians should be examining the sum of all it’s parts not just the zip code when determining who we support come spring time when our team is elminated or fails to qualify for the post season. I decided to put my line of reasoning to work and examine the remaining 8 teams to see who Canada’s Team should be.

To begin I first had to generate a baseline to work with and according the NHL’s website 454 of the 852 players who either registered a single point or one win were Canadian; as a result we can conclude that 53.3% of the NHL’s players are Canadian. After reviewing the starting 12 forwards, 6 defencemen and 1 goalie of each remaining team I was able to determine each teams “Canadian content”…… and the results shocked me.

San Jose – 78.9%

Boston – 73.7%

Nashville – 63.2%

Philadelphia – 63.2%

Washington – 57.9%

Tampa Bay – 57.9%

Vancouver – 47.4%

Detroit – 31.6%

Of all the teams remaining only the Detroit Red Wings have fewer Canadian born hockey players on their roster than the Canuck’s; and if you examine the Canuck’s roster in further detail you will find that 3 of the 9 Canadian born players they have play on their 4th line leaving only 6 notable Canadian born hockey players on a roster of 19. The zip code may suggest they are Canada’s team but their roster surely contradicts this opinion. They didn’t even meet the league average!! In my opinion the Canuck’s should be described as a Canadian based team only.. not Canada’s team.

The numbers were so shocking that I could only conclude that Canadian hockey fans looking for a temporary team to support should look no further than the Boston Bruins or the San Jose Sharks this postseason… as clearly they care about supporting the Canadian hockey player. Here’s hoping the Bruins or the Sharks help bring the Cup north of the border!

What do you think?? Please comment and let me know which idea you support…. Zip Code or Roster Content?

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Born and raised in Murray Harbour - PEI. Like many Canadians hockey is my religion; as a kid I had the pleasure of playing my minor hockey with Conn Smythe winner Brad Richards of the 2004 Stanley Cup winning Tampa Bay Lightning. I played competitive hockey until the age of 21 which included stops in the American Prep School System, Canadian Junior Hockey and the CIS. I now get my competitive fix on the golf course as a scratch golfer. More to come: Kirk Butler PEI, Canada


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  1. BK May 25 20112:03 am

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    4 down 4 to go!!!

  2. BK Jun 3 201112:00 pm

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    Are the Boston Bruins Really Bigger and Tougher Than the Vancouver Canucks?
    By Joel Prosser June 1, 2011

    VANCOUVER – The commonly held belief about the Vancouver Canucks going into the 2011 playoffs was that they were a small, skilled team. In other words, a team unsuited for the rigors of physical playoff hockey.

    Conversely, the Boston Bruins were lauded for a return to the “big, bad Bruins” style of years past.

    Led by power forwards Milan Lucic (6’4″ 200 pounds) and Nathan Horton (6’2″ 229 pounds), and towering defenceman Zdeno Chara (6’9″ 255 pounds), the Bruins were supposed to batter opposing teams into submission.

    But perception and reality are can be drastically different.

    The Vancouver Canucks are bigger and badder than the Bruins, as hard as that might be for the Boston faithful to believe.

    The Canucks are the bigger team. Yes, Chara is a giant. But with an average height of 6’0″ and average weight of 200 pound, the Bruins are hardly all cast in the same mold as Chara.

    Conversely, the Canucks average height is 6’1″ and average weight is 201 pounds.

    There are eight Bruins under 6′ in height, versus only three Canucks under that bar.

    So the Bruins are the smaller team, at least by a small margin.

    In terms of physicality, the Canucks are also head and shoulders ahead of the Bruins.

    Through 18 games each, the Canucks have thrown 151 hits more hits than the Bruins, 596 to 445. The Canucks are throwing 34% more hits than the Bruins.

    In terms of individual players, the top ten players for playoffs hits includes five Canucks, two San Jose Sharks, two members of the Lightning, and only a single Bruin.

    Maxim Lapierre (63), Kevin Bieksa (62), Ryan Kesler (56), Alex Edler (55) and Chris Higgins (48) all have recorded more hits than Milan Lucic (43), the leading hitter for the Bruins.

    In short, anyone claiming that the Bruins are the bigger or tougher team needs to take a hard look at the statistics, because it clearly isn’t the case.

    1. Kirk Butler Jun 3 20111:16 pm

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      This article is irrelevant to my blog…….. but to show that I’m not not biased I will post it for others to view.

  3. BK Jun 5 201112:05 pm

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    I’m going to buy a Burrows jersey! 2 down 2 to go!

    1. Kirk Butler Jun 5 20113:19 pm

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      Fair enough… he pulled Duncan Keith’s hair and bit Bergeron’s finger………………… so I can imagine it comes with free ovaries as well so it should be a great 2 for 1 deal!

  4. BK Jun 5 201110:21 pm

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    If you put your finger in my mouth you would lose it.
    If you had an NHL team where you live, and Burrows
    was on it, you would love him too…

    1. Kirk Butler Jun 6 20114:11 pm

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      And if you bit my finger you would have a broken nose and two black eyes…… haha!

      And not a chance big guy; I have morals and it seems that you don’t. I have no respect for players like Burrows, Lapierre and Torres. Now keep in mind that Vancouver isn’t the only team with players on it I also have no respect for guys like Matt Cooke, Sean Avery, Patrick Kaleta,etc…….. I played the game with honor and dignity and I have played against and with guys like the above mentioned and regardless of whether they were on my team or playing against me I had the same lack of respect for them.. and the reason for this was because when I played with guys like Burrows I would usually have to drop my gloves because they refused to man up after behaving like rats on the ice.

      Some day one of three of the Canucks I mentioned above will not be on your team and will behave in exactly the same manner towards your team as they are behaving for your team right now and you will see exactly what I’m talking about.

  5. BK Jun 6 20117:13 pm

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    Honor and dignity..give me a break. You sound like a puff.Do you know Burrows story. I don’t think you do.
    He work his ass off to be where he is and is one of the
    hardest working players in the NHL.He is also on
    the top line in the best team in the NHL and is a big
    reason we are 2 wins away from winning the Stanley
    cup. As I said I think you would feel differently if
    you were a Vancouverite, but I’m kind of glad you’re not.
    I never liked Mat cooke or Sean Avery, and I agree with
    you, they are Rats. I would not put Burrows and Torres in that category.

    1. Kirk Butler Jun 6 20117:32 pm

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      Give me a break…. 95% of NHL players have had to work hard to get to the NHL, most of them have had to overcome obstacles and considering the number of players drafted in comparison to the number of the number of roster spots available almost all of them had to work harder than those that didn’t make it!

      Yet again your are missing the point but that doesn’t surprise me at this point and time. I didn’t questions Burrows work ethic or ability….. just his character and dignity. Regardless of whether hit bit Bergeron or not you cannot deny that he pulled Duncan Keith’s hair…. HE PULLED HIS HAIR. How many men do you know that would result to hair pulling????

      And of course you think Avery and Cooke are rats… they don’t play for the Canucks. Part of me can’t wait for Torres or Burrows or Lapierre to take a cheap shot at one of the Sedin’s once they move on to another team…. I just can’t wait because maybe then you will realize where I’m coming from. You are taking this to personally… I’m not questioning your character and integrity… just a couple pieces of the puzzle that are the Canucks. Oh and because you didn’t include Lapierre in your defence I’ll assume that you have made a little personal headway and have agreed with me regarding that douche!

      Puff… haha…. every now and then…… but as for how I sound…. if wishing that more people conducted themselves in a respectful and dignified manner makes me a Puff… then I’m a Puff.

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