Orka Posted May 29, 2015 Share Posted May 29, 2015 @ Prior to the 1974–75 season, Scallen and his ownership group from Minnesota sold the team to local media mogul Frank Griffiths for $9 million. Also in the summer of 1974, the Canucks were re-aligned within the league and placed in the new Smythe Division. They responded with their first winning record (38 wins, 32 losses and 10 ties), finishing first in the Division with 86 points. Making their debut in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Canucks lost the opening series of the 1975 post-season in five games to the Montreal Canadiens. Season Rosters Canucks: Canadiens SPOILER: Montreal would go on to win this game 5-4 in overtime, defeating the Canucks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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