Vancouver Canucks 1989-90
Front Row L to R - Kirk McLean, Steve Tambellini (public relations), Dave Babych, George McPhee (director Hockey operations), Trevor Linden, Arthur Griffiths (vice chairman), Greg Adams, Pat Quinn (coach, general manager & president), Geoff Courtnall, Glen Ringdal (vice president), Cliff Ronning, Kay Whitmore.
Middle Row - Stan Smyl (assistant coach), Dixon Ward, Pavel Bure, Gerald Diduck, Dana Murzyn, Robert Dirk, Gino Odjick, Jyrki Lumme, Sergio Momesso, Ron Smith (assistant coach), Rick Ley (assistant coach).
Top Row - Darren Granger (equipment), Peter Twist (conditioning coach), Dave Schima (massage), Adrien Plavsic, Tim Hunter, Shawn Antoski, Murray Craven, Jiří Šlégr, José Charbonneau, Larry Ashley (trainer), Pat O'Neill (equipment).
The Canucks played a 80 game NHL regular season, with 42 wins, 26 losses and 12 ties finishing 1st in Smythe Division and 2nd in Campbell Conference.
Vancouver defeated Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in 1st round playoff games, then lost to Edmonton Oilers 4-2 in 2nd round games.
Pavel Bure was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as NHL Rookie of the Year.
Pat Quinn won the Jack Adams Award as NHL Coach of the Year.
Kirk McLean was runner-up for the Vezina Trophy.