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They Were Bad

The Worst Ten Expansion Teams from Tom Layberger of Sports Illustrated,
10. 1970-71 Vancouver Canucks Record: 24-46-8, 56 points (.359) The Canucks were placed in the East Division with fellow newcomer Buffalo and were the only team outside the Eastern Time Zone. Given their excessive travel, one can conclude that Hal Laycoe's squad fared pretty well. Vancouver had six 20-goal scorers led by Rosaire Paiement's 34, with Andre Boudrias and Wayne Maki each netting 25.
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