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A forum for Canucks trivia, stats inquiries, this forum compliments our History Section database created by George Fawcett.
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Hall [team owner], a notorious tightwad, ferried his players in two beat-up limousines—and the players themselves took turns at the wheel. When the team was at home, Hall often rented the limos out, which sometimes led to some interesting transportation problems. One night on the way to a game in Seattle one broke down and didn’t make it to the rink until halfway through the second period. When the stranded half of the team showed up, they found five players and forty-year-old Coach Thompson—wearing a jersey and skates about three sizes too big—holding a 2-1 lead. They held on and won too.
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Wow, what a great read, Cornuck! Thanks for sharing. Love reading about the pre-NHL history of hockey in Vancouver.