The Vancouver Canucks are currently 8-2-2, which is good enough for third place in the Western Conference.
Aside from two ugly losses against the Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks in regulation, they have been one of hockey's most complete teams so far and are looking like a legitimate contender to hoist the Stanley Cup in June.
Despite excellent goaltending from Roberto Luongo, it hasn't been enough to put trade rumors to sleep.
Daniel Sedin leads the team in scoring with 10 points, while defenseman Alexander Edler is second with nine.
The Canucks have also allowed a league-low 24 goals so far this season.
While questions such as Ryan Kesler's timetable to return remain, we've discovered some facts about this team.
Here are five things we have learned about the Canucks a quarter of the way through the season.