Yaahhuu, you may be eligible at least for partial benefits from US SS according to the following:
If you do not have enough work credits under the U.S. system to qualify for regular benefits, you may be able to qualify for a partial benefit from the United States based on both U.S. and Canadian (CPP/ QPP) credits. However, to be eligible to have your Canadian credits counted, you must have earned at least six credits (generally one and one-half years of work) under the U.S. system
The US has SS agreements with 21 other countries including Canada. The above quote is from this link to the SS.gov website: Description of the U.S.-Canadian Social Security Agreement
. Hope it helps answer your question.