Get out your calendars, Vancouver – we’re saying goodbye to February with a heaping list of must-see events coming to town in March. From acclaimed Broadway smash hits, the return of a renowned sports spectacle and just shy of a dozen Canucks home games on tap, you’ll want to write all this down.Read More
It’s February, which mean’s Valentine’s Day is coming up soon! When thinking of that perfect gift, there’s nothing like a spending a night out at the game or big concert. We’ve compiled some of the best events coming up in Vancouver that will make a date night to remember.Read More
It may be summer, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to think about hockey! The Vancouver Canucks have been front and centre with news this week, with the announcement of their 2018-2019 regular season schedule and the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.
The Canucks will open their 49th season with a home date against the Calgary Flames on Wednesday, October 3rd. Other must-see dates on the schedule include:
- Saturday, October 20 vs Boston
- Monday, October 22 vs Washington
- Saturday, October 27 vs Pittsburgh
- Saturday, November 17 vs Montreal
- Wednesday, March 6 vs Toronto
The full Canucks home schedule can be found on ShowTimeTickets.com, or on the graphic below.
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It’s never too early to think about hockey! After finishing out of playoff contention this past season, the Canucks generated some much-needed buzz with their 5th-overall pick of Swedish centre Elias Pettersson among others at the 2017 entry draft. Pettersson is touted as a much-needed offensive prospect for a team that struggled to put pucks in the net last season.
Prior to the draft, the NHL released its 2017-2018 regular season schedule. The Canucks will begin their season with a home game versus Connor McDavid’s Edmonton Oilers on Saturday, October 7th. The NHL’s newest expansion team, the Vegas Golden Knights, will make their regular season debut at Rogers Arena on November 16th. Read More
The Vancouver Canucks will begin the 2015-2016 season against a familiar foe as they open the campaign tonight in Calgary. Both teams will rekindle a simmering rivalry that only got more heated with last year’s physical first-round playoff series that saw the Flames win in six games. For the Canucks, tonight will be a prime opportunity to exact some revenge and prove that they will not be an afterthought in the Pacific Division this year.
The Canucks will start this season with 10 players who weren’t on last year’s opening-night roster. Notable names gone are Eddie Lack, Kevin Bieksa, Nick Bonino, Zack Kassian and Linden Vey. While it remains to be seen if youngsters Ben Hutton, Jake Virtanen and Jared McCann stick with the club after the first few months of the season, the Canucks are hoping the injection of youth will revitalize the team’s veterans and fan base alike. Expectations will also be high for goalies Ryan Miller and Jacob Markstrom after the club traded fan favorite Eddie Lack to the Hurricanes at the draft. The Canucks have not formally admitted that this is a rebuilding season, but expectations amongst hockey writers are limited at best.
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With new faces Brandon Sutter and Brandon Prust, along with up-and-coming players Bo Horvat, Frank Corrado and Sven Baertschi, expectations are mixed for the Canucks this season. With a roster filled with players having something to prove, the run to the playoffs is sure to be an exciting one!