The Vancouver fans are known to be extremely hard on their organization. Ask Roberto Luongo.
For the past few seasons, many Canucks fans believe that Roberto Luongo could not perform when it really counted. This is also known as the playoffs.
Luongo has had some rough goings in the playoffs, but he has been good enough to lead the team to deep playoff runs year in and year out.
However, Luongo has proved that he can perform on the big stage, as he helped his Canadian squad to the gold medal in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Other NHL fans usually wonder: Why do they give Luongo so much trouble? He's helped the Canadians win a gold medal on their home soil, and he's led the Canucks to deep playoff runs.
It's beyond me, and it's beyond many other NHL fans as well.
Fans view the Vancouver loyalists as very ignorant towards their team, and that fans should be supportive of their team.
That ignorance was clearly displayed after losing Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, as the city literally "blew up in flames" after the game.
Vancouver fans and multiple hooligans started a riot within the city. They destroyed businesses, vandalised the city streets, flipped over cars and set them a blaze while fighting against the Vancouver police.
The riot was chaos, a complete repeat of the 1994 riot after the Canucks lost in the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals against the New York Rangers.
These incidents were an embarrassment to the country of Canada and to the entire hockey world.
People from all over viewed the riot as stupid. They asked questions such as, "Why would people riot over a hockey game?" and these types of questions and comments were acceptable.
Even as a Canadian myself, I was not pleased with the actions in Vancouver during that day.
After the 2011 Vancouver Riot concluded, the police filed these reports found here.
As a result, over 100 people were arrested due to their contributions to the riot.
The fans of Vancouver are the No. 1 reason why NHL fans hate the Vancouver Canucks.