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5 Memorable Pictures Of Trevor Linden As A Canucks Player

5 Throwback Pictures Of Trevor Linden

April 2014 has been a wild and historic month for the Vancouver Canucks to say the least. On April 7, the Canucks lost a game resulting in playoff contender elimination. On April 8, the franchise fired Mike Gillis and finally on April 9, the Canucks hired fan favorite and ex player Trevor Linden as the teams new President and alternate Governor.

Trevor Linden has a long history with the Canucks. Vancouver is where he started his career and eventually finished it 20 years later. Here’s a look back at 5 memorable moments of Trevor Linden as a player.

 

1. Draft Day

On June 11, 1988, Trevor Linden was selected by the Vancouver Canucks as a second overall draft pick.

5 Throwback Pictures Of Trevor Linden

2. New Kid on the Block

A young Trevor Linden sitting on the hood of his Mustang
5 Throwback Pictures Of Trevor Linden

3. Linden named captain of the Vancouver Canucks

In 1991, Trevor Linden was named captain of the Canucks at the tender age of 21 which made him the youngest captain in the NHL at the time.
5 Throwback Pictures Of Trevor Linden

4. Trevor Linden Hoists A Cup

1994, the Canucks defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Western Conference Finals. Linden is seen below accepting the Clarence Campbell trophy
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5. Trevor Linden Embraces Kirk McLean

After a hard fought game six of the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals, Linden skated over to Kirk McLean for a special and memorable moment.
5 Memorable Pictures Of Trevor Linden As A Canucks Player

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