Video: Burrows sets Canucks record by scoring six seconds in

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While acknowledging hockey history in Vancouver by donning throwback Millionaires uniforms, the Canucks made a little history against the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.

Alexander Burrows scored six seconds into tonight’s contest, breaking the franchise record of nine seconds, which was set in 1994. (The NHL record to start a game is five seconds.)

Want a little more background on the Millionaires? Cory Schneider shares his custom mask design for tonight’s game, which captures a bit of their history in the process:

(Screen cap of Burrows via NHL.com.)