The 2012–13 Vancouver Canucks season was the franchise's 43rd season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Canucks won their fifth straight Northwest Division title and finished third in the Western Conference. In the playoffs Vancouver was swept by the San Jose Sharks in the first round. Shortly after the Canucks' playoff elimination, Head Coach Alain Vigneault was fired.Prior to the beginning of the season the NHL's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) expired resulting in a lockout.

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  • The 2012–13 Vancouver Canucks season was the franchise's 43rd season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Canucks won their fifth straight Northwest Division title and finished third in the Western Conference. In the playoffs Vancouver was swept by the San Jose Sharks in the first round. Shortly after the Canucks' playoff elimination, Head Coach Alain Vigneault was fired.Prior to the beginning of the season the NHL's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) expired resulting in a lockout. The season was threatened with cancellation before the lockout ended, ultimately the length of the labor dispute resulted in the reduction of games from the standard 82 to a shortened 48. Cory Schneider entered the season as the team's new starting goaltender, while the Canucks attempted to trade incumbent Roberto Luongo. The two goaltenders battled for playing time early in the season resulting in a goaltender controversy. After a six-game winning streak to start February the Canucks dealt with multiple injuries and suspensions resulting in the team slumping. In late March Schneider captured the starters job starting seven consecutive games helping the team to a second six-game winning streak. Vancouver dueled the Minnesota Wild in the standings before pulling away in April and winning the division. Led by Henrik and Daniel Sedin the Canucks' power play struggled dropping from fourth the previous season to twenty-third, with the Sedin twins' point production declining. Derek Roy was brought in through a trade to help deal with injuries at centre in the team's only trade of the year. Schneider was injured late in the season and missed the first two games of the playoffs. Vancouver lost the fourth game of their playoff series on a controversial call on Daniel Sedin.Three franchise records were set during the season. Henrik Sedin became the Canucks all-time leading scorer, surpassing Markus Naslund. Alexandre Burrows scored six seconds into a game making it the fastest goal to start a game for Vancouver. Vigneault became the all-time leader in games coached. As a way of celebrating 100 years of hockey in British Columbia, the Canucks wore a special patch on their jerseys with the logo of the Vancouver Millionaires, the first professional team in the city. They also wore replica jerseys of the Millionaires for one game. (en)
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