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Sep 27

Fri

01:00pm

Climate Pledge Arena

Seattle, WA

NHL Preseason - Vancouver Canucks at Seattle Kraken

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Oct 15

Tue

07:00pm

Amalie Arena

Tampa, FL

Vancouver Canucks at Tampa Bay Lightning

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Oct 17

Thu

07:00pm

Amerant Bank Arena

Sunrise, FL

Vancouver Canucks at Florida Panthers

From $30.10

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Oct 19

Sat

07:00pm

Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Vancouver Canucks at Philadelphia Flyers

From $96.12

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Oct 22

Tue

07:15pm

United Center

Chicago, IL

Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks

From $42.90

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Nov 02

Sat

07:00pm

SAP Center

San Jose, CA

Vancouver Canucks at San Jose Sharks

From $72.04

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Nov 05

Tue

07:00pm

Honda Center

Anaheim, CA

Vancouver Canucks at Anaheim Ducks

From $43.34

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Nov 07

Thu

07:30pm

Crypto.com Arena

Los Angeles, CA

Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings

From $64.93

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Nov 26

Tue

07:00pm

TD Garden

Boston, MA

Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins

From $78.46

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Nov 27

Wed

07:30pm

PPG Paints Arena

Pittsburgh, PA

Vancouver Canucks at Pittsburgh Penguins

From $59.06

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Nov 29

Fri

03:00pm

KeyBank Center

Buffalo, NY

Vancouver Canucks at Buffalo Sabres

From $81.14

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Dec 01

Sun

12:30pm

Little Caesars Arena

Detroit, MI

Vancouver Canucks at Detroit Red Wings

From $52.86

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Dec 03

Tue

07:00pm

Xcel Energy Center

St. Paul, MN

Vancouver Canucks at Minnesota Wild

From $74.29

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Dec 18

Wed

08:00pm

Delta Center

Salt Lake City, UT

Vancouver Canucks at Utah Hockey Club

From $67.03

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Dec 19

Thu

07:00pm

T-Mobile Arena

Las Vegas, NV

Vancouver Canucks at Vegas Golden Knights

From $58.00

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Jan 02

Thu

07:00pm

Climate Pledge Arena

Seattle, WA

Vancouver Canucks at Seattle Kraken

From $145.51

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Jan 08

Wed

07:30pm

Capital One Arena

Washington, DC

Vancouver Canucks at Washington Capitals

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Jan 10

Fri

07:00pm

PNC Arena

Charlotte, NC

Vancouver Canucks at Carolina Hurricanes

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Jan 27

Mon

06:30pm

Enterprise Center

St. Louis, MO

Vancouver Canucks at St. Louis Blues

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Jan 29

Wed

08:00pm

Bridgestone Arena

Nashville, TN

Vancouver Canucks at Nashville Predators

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Jan 31

Fri

07:00pm

American Airlines Center

Dallas, TX

Vancouver Canucks at Dallas Stars

From $73.31

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Feb 06

Thu

07:30pm

SAP Center

San Jose, CA

Vancouver Canucks at San Jose Sharks

From $25.27

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Feb 22

Sat

07:00pm

T-Mobile Arena

Las Vegas, NV

Vancouver Canucks at Vegas Golden Knights

From $134.59

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Feb 23

Sun

06:00pm

Delta Center

Salt Lake City, UT

Vancouver Canucks at Utah Hockey Club

From $76.19

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Mar 22

Sat

01:00pm

Madison Square Garden

New York, NY

Vancouver Canucks at New York Rangers

From $210.60

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Mar 24

Mon

07:30pm

Prudential Center

Newark, NJ

Vancouver Canucks at New Jersey Devils

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Mar 26

Wed

07:30pm

UBS Arena

Elmont, NY

Vancouver Canucks at New York Islanders

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Vancouver Canucks

Conference: Western

Division: Pacific

Stadium: Rogers Arena (capacity 18,910-19,700)

Head Coach: Rick Tocchet (2022-present)

Starting Goaltender: Thatcher Demko

Star Players: J.T. Miller (C), Elias Pettersson (C), Quinn Hughes (D), Brock Boeser (RW)

2023-24 Regular Season: 50-23-9 (3rd in Western Conference)

2024pla Playoffs: Western Conference Semifinals (defeated 4-3 by the Edmonton Oilers)

Legendary Former Players: Trevor Linden (C), Pavel Bure (RW), Kirk MacLean (G), Henrik Sedin (C), Daniel Sedin (LW), Markus Naslund (LW), Roberto Luongo (G), Stan Smyl (RW)

Stanley Cups (NHL Championships): 0

Vancouver Canucks

Being a Vancouver Canucks fan over the past five decades has been an exercise in patience at times, punctuated by a few keen surges of excitement leading to bitter disappointment. The Canucks have made it to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals three times (1982, 1994, 2011), but came up short on all three occasions, twice (agonizingly) in Game 7. Following the retirement of the Sedin twins and departure of other stars, the last 10 years have been rough on the Canucks, with the team struggling to get anywhere near the Playoffs, but the traditional white towels were finally waving again in 2024 all around Rogers Arena when the Canucks, who had topped their division in the regular season, not only qualified for their first proper postseason in a nearly a decade, but also dispatched the Nashville Predators in six games in the First Round. Tragedy (another tradition in Vancouver…) was to follow in the next round, however, as an all-Canadian matchup with the Edmonton Oilers saw the Canucks fall 3-2 in Game 7 in front of their home fans. Can the Canucks come back stronger in 2024-25 and finally break the 52-year curse to win their first Stanley Cup? Get your Vancouver Canucks tickets from TicketX and be there to cheer them on!

  • While the Canucks were the first Vancouver NHL team, they were not the first professional hockey team in the city. The Vancouver Millionaires played in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association from 1911-1926, even winning the Stanley Cup in 1915, the first-ever West Coast team to do so!

Rival Teams

Nothing gets NHL hockey fans all revved up like their team facing off against a major rival. Here are two of the Vancouver Canucks’ most significant rivalries.

Vancouver Canucks vs Calgary Flames

The Vancouver Canucks of British Columbia have a long-standing rivalry with the Calgary Flames from the neighboring province of Alberta. The two teams have met seven times in the NHL Playoffs, playing a league record three Game Sevens that were decided in overtime. Canucks fans will never forget Pavel Bure’s double overtime breakaway goal in 1994, which sent them on their way towards their second (unsuccessful) Stanley Cup Finals run. It still rankles, though, that the Flames have the one thing that the Canucks want the most: a Stanley Cup victory (in 1989). The Canucks and Flames are set to meet 4 times during the 2024-25 NHL season with 2 games in Vancouver and 2 games in Calgary.

Vancouver Canucks vs Boston Bruins

The rivalry between the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins may have only really fired up for a brief time, but boy-oh-boy did it burn hot while it did. There had been no particular animosity between the two teams prior to their meeting in the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, unsurprising given that they inhabit different conferences and so do not play on another all that often. But in that seven game series, all hell broke loose. Finger biting incidents, bone-crunching hits, chirping at each other in the media—it got ugly. It has been 14 years, but Canucks fans have never forgotten, and still get hot under the collar when they hear the name Brad Marchand (who still plays for the Bruins to this day!). The Canucks and Bruins are set to meet twice in the 2024-2025 regular season, with one game in Vancouver and one in Boston. Heaven help us if they meet after that in the Finals!

When do the 2024-25 NHL Season and Preseason start for the Vancouver Canucks?

The first puck of the NHL preseason generally drops in late September, with the schedule of preseason and regular season games usually released some time in early August. Like all NHL teams, the Vancouver Canucks will play 6-8 preseason games at various locations to prepare for the upcoming 2024-25 NBA regular season. Fans should note that some preseason games take place in non-NHL North American markets or even overseas in other countries. The NHL regular season starts in early October and runs until early April, followed by the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Why should you buy tickets to Vancouver Canucks preseason games?

Although preseason games do not contribute to any team’s total points in the NHL regular season, you shouldn’t completely write them off! Not only are tickets to preseason games much cheaper, but they also allow fans the earliest sneak peek at the exciting new draft picks and other young players who might bolster the Vancouver Canucks lineup in the upcoming season. And with tickets at cheaper prices from TicketX, premium seats are also much more affordable, so you can get right up close to the board crunching action on the ice!

2024-25 NHL Season Predictions

Which Teams Will Go To the 2024-25 NHL Playoffs?

The 2023-24 NHL season isn’t even over yet. The Florida Panthers and New York Rangers will meet in the Eastern Conference Finals, and the Dallas Stars and Edmonton Oilers will face off in the Western Conference Finals to determine who will win the 2024 Stanley Cup.

So, tabbing the 16 teams to make the 2025 Stanley Cup Playoffs may seem like a bit of a stretch, but like the NFL, NBA, and MLB, we can expect most of the usual suspects to still skate in the Postseason.

This year, the Panthers, Rangers, Bruins, Maple Leafs, Hurricanes, Lightning, Capitals, and Islanders made it from the Eastern Conference, with the Stars, Oilers, Avalanche, Canucks, Golden Knights, Predators, Kings, and Jets all qualifying from the Western Conference.

Who could make it next season, and who might not be in the final 16 teams on the ice? The Red Wings and Penguins both just missed out in the East, so any regression by the Capitals and/or Islanders may mean those two may qualify in the No. 7 and No. 8 spots. In the West, it seems the same eight will end up in the Playoffs, just in a different order.

Which Two Teams Will Go To the 2025 Stanley Cup Finals and Why?

There always seem to be two new teams meeting in the Stanley Cup Finals, and the NHL has arguably the hardest Postseason to navigate, with all four rounds of play both mentally and physically excruciating. Over the past five seasons, the Bruins (240 wins), Avalanche (238), Hurricanes (232), and Maple Leafs (221) are among the win leaders, but none of those four teams are still alive in the 2023-24 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Panthers (224 wins) made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals last season and are in the ECF again this season, so to see Florida skating in the 2025 Stanley Cup Finals would surprise nobody. But expect the mad Bruins, hungry Maple Leafs, disappointed Hurricanes, and the Panthers rivals, the Lightning, to all have something to say about it.

The steady progress the Stars have shown and their ability to eliminate the defending Stanley Cup champions VGK and the mighty Avalanche, shows that this team has arrived, and until the Oilers prove they can play better defense and have a reliable Goalie, Jake Oettinger, and Dallas may be the new team to beat in the competitive Western Conference.

A Panthers-Stars Stanley Cup may be on the menu here in 2024, as well as a year and a month from now in the Summer of 2025.

2024-25 NHL Stanley Cup Prediction: Stars over Panthers, 4-3

Trade Rumors and Draft Picks

After the rush of excitement at their first postseason appearance in nearly a decade (followed by the inevitable disappointment in the next round), the Vancouver Canucks will be looking to build on their success with free agents, new talent from the draft, or trades with other franchises. However, as the Canucks have already traded the right to their 1st and 2nd picks this year, the Canucks will have to strike it lucky if they are to find a franchise-altering player in the later rounds. Acquiring some veteran talent through trades could also be a way for the Canucks to get better, with possible trade targets including Jake Guentzel (Carolina Hurricanes) and Tyler Toffoli (Winnipeg Jets).

How much are Vancouver Canucks Season Tickets?

You can find the cheapest Vancouver Canucks tickets starting from $24.54 at SAP Center on Feb 06 on TicketX. Prices vary depending on locations and dates, so please search for tickets based on the location and dates of games that you might be interested in attending.

Self-reported average prices of Vancouver Canucks tickets:

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Average Vancouver Canucks Ticket Price

SeatGeek

$217

TicketSmarter

$60~75

TicketX

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Vancouver Canucks Merch

The following is a selection of prices for top Vancouver Canucks merchandise that you can expect to find sold at kiosks and shops in and around Rogers Arena.

Product

Price

Official Jersey

$175-295

Vintage Yellow Canucks V-Necked Jersey

$200

Women’s Tank Top and Pants Set

$44

Hat

$25-35

Hoodie

$80-115

T-Shirt

$35-45

Rogers Arena

Set alongside BC Place Stadium (home to the CFL’s B.C. Lions and MLS’s Vancouver Whitecaps), Rogers Arena has become a part of the gorgeous Vancouver city skyline ever since 1995 when it debuted as the new home of the Vancouver Canucks (NHL). While Vancouver sports fans are notoriously fickle, there’s nothing quite like a Canucks game when the team is doing well, especially if they make the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the white towels start waving. Rogers Arena is a great place to watch your first hockey game (or your 99th) or any of the many major concerts and other events that take place at the venue. Get onto TicketX and buy your tickets for events at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC, Canada today!

How to get to Rogers Arena

You can get to Rogers Arena using either city buses or the Skytrain, which stops at Stadium/Chinatown Station right next to the venue. The downtown Millennium Line stations along Granville Street and Burrard Street are also a short walk from Rogers Arena. Many visitors also choose to travel to the venue on bicycles these days. It is possible to drive your own car or take a taxi, but be aware that downtown Vancouver is a rather small and cramped district that experiences frequent traffic jams, especially at rush hour. Budget plenty of time. Downtown Vancouver contains plenty of parking, though it is highly recommended to book a parking spot ($15-30) in advance during games or major events at Rogers Arena. Visit Rogers Arena's official website for maps, driving directions, and parking information.

Rogers Arena Bag Policy

The Rogers Arena bag policy allows only small bags, backpacks, and purses (maximum size: 14” x 14” x 6”/35cm x 35cm x 15cm) to be brought into the venue. Medical bags and diaper bags (maximum size: 12” x 12” x 12”) are permitted.

Rogers Arena Rules

Rogers Arena has an extensive list of rules meant to ensure that everyone at the venue can have a safe and enjoyable day. Most of these are common sense, but some of the most significant rules include:

  • Animals pets are not allowed, but certified service animals are permitted. You can also ask for an aisle seat for your service animal.

  • Cannabis Rogers Arena is a strictly non-smoking facility, so guests may not smoke or vape cannabis inside the arena (same rule applies for smoking anything). Legal amounts of cannabis may be carried into the venue by guests.

  • Banners/Signs Signs and banners are permitted, but cannot be attached to sticks or poles. They must not block other fans’ views and must not display obscene, political, religious, or advertising material.

  • Water Bottles - guests may bring empty plastic water bottles to Rogers Arena which can then be refilled at free drinking fountains. Glass and metal containers are not permitted.

Visit the stadium’s FAQ page for a full list of rules at Rogers Arena.

Hotels Near Rogers Arena

A number of nice hotels can be found within walking distance (or a short cab ride) of Rogers Arena, including The Cambie Hostel Gastown, Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel, and Hotel BLU.

Rogers Arena Seating Chart

Rogers Arena offers an extensive assortment of seating options to visitors. Those looking to impress clients or friends with an exclusive game day experience can opt for premium seating such as the Encore Suites, Club 500, or Loge Club tables. Plentiful general admission seating fills the rest of the venue, starting with seats behind the glass and extending all the way up to the rafters, with prices generally dropping the higher up you get. With steeply slanted sides in Rogers Arena, there isn’t a bad view in the house. TicketX is your one-stop shop for tickets to events and games at Rogers Arena. Our handy seating chart can help you compare and evaluate different seating options.


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