Matched up against some of the NHL’s toughest teams in the Pacific Division, the Vancouver Canucks made waves last season by tallying 101 points and hitting the finish line in second place. While their regular season success didn’t translate to Stanley Cup glory, the Canucks return to the ice in 2015-16 with a little more experience and a little more help at key positions. The acquisitions of F Brandon Sutter and D Matt Bartkowski add depth for the Canucks, who figure to be a major threat in the Western Conference once again this year. Claim your seats at Rogers Arena for home games throughout the season—Vancouver Canucks tickets are on sale now!
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11/20/15 - If you watched the Vancouver Canucks play Monday night, you might just be asking yourself how they could have lost that game against Montreal. The ‘Nucks were hoping to avoid overtime because they simply haven’t performed well in the new three-on-three format. Up 3-0 in the second period, it seemed they would avoid that outcome, but things went south quickly. Lack of confidence came into play and the Canadiens came back to tie the game, forcing OT and ultimately winning 4-3. Up next for Vancouver is a Wednesday game on the road versus the Jets before returning to the Rogers Arena on Saturday, Nov. 21, to face the Blackhawks. Tickets for the latter can be purchased now for $76.
11/13/15 - When the Vancouver Canucks woke up Saturday morning, they probably didn’t think they would go to bed that night having lost to the Maple Leafs. Vancouver has a young team, and after one simple turnover, momentum switched to their opponents and they never recovered. Perhaps a more mature team could have used their experience to get back the control of the puck, but it just wasn’t happening for the ‘Nucks. Ben Hutton, defenseman for Vancouver stated the game was “a series of unfortunate events. We’ve got to be smarter, got to talk.” Hopefully things will go better this week,
… moreas the Canucks are on the road this Monday and Wednesday to take on the Canadiens and the Jets.
11/6/15 - The Vancouver Canucks may be licking their wounds after losing to the Penguins this week, but they are still enjoying the No. 2 spot in the NHL’s Pacific Division. After getting off to a flat and slow start, the ‘Nucks just couldn’t fully recover, despite coming back from a 3-0 deficit to finish with a score of 3-2. “It’s nice that we pushed back, but it was a little too late,” said Vancouver winger Radim Vrbata. Vancouver will begin an extensive 7-game road trip this weekend. Hopefully they can redeem themselves when they face the Sabres in Buffalo on Saturday (Nov. 7) and the Devils in New Jersey on Sunday (Nov. 8). They will return to Rogers Arena on Sunday, Nov. 15.
10/30/15 - It’s fairly surprising that the Vancouver Canucks are still sitting in 2nd place in the Pacific Division given their recent string of losses. Except for last night, when the Canucks walloped the Canadiens 5 -1, the team had lost their previous four games in a row. It’s important to note, however, that they were only defeated by one point in each of those four games. That’s why it was particularly refreshing to see the Canucks looking so sharp on Tuesday. They punished the Canadiens by scoring three goals in the first period alone, and ultimately tacking on two more in the third. The Canucks will now hit the road until they return on November 2.
10/23/15 - The big coaching change in Columbus this week has been an interesting one for the NHL, but especially for Canucks fans. Fired after just one season in Vancouver, John Tortorella is back to coaching thanks to the Blue Jackets’ ill fate and 0-7 start this season. This creates an automatic rivalry of sorts for the two teams, who are scheduled to meet up next month and then again in February. The Vancouver Canucks are playing their next three games on their home ice at Rogers Arena. Get your tickets for Saturday’s (Oct. 24) game against the Detroit Red Wings and cheer on the ‘Nucks with your fellow fans! Prices start at $52.
10/16/15 - The Vancouver Canucks are looking mighty strong heading into Friday’s matchup against the St. Louis Blues. The team has won three out of four games this season, most recently defeating the Los Angeles Kings a walloping 3 – 0. The shutout came on the road just a day after they beat the Anaheim Ducks 2 – 1. The Canucks will finally be back at home when they face the Blues this Friday, so don’t miss your chance to come support the hometown heroes. Tickets to Friday’s game at Rogers Arena start at just $36. There are many different seating options still available. If you can’t make it to Friday’s matchup, you can catch the Canucks at home until October 29.
10/9/15 - There is much to celebrate for the Vancouver Canucks when they started their season opener with a smashing win against the Calgary Flames. The Canucks hit the ice away from home with aggression and meaning this week. They controlled the game during each period and quieted the crowd pretty quickly in the first period. The Canucks left the stadium with a proud, 5-1 win over the Flames and started for home to prepare for their home opener on October 10. Oddly enough, the Canucks take on the Flames again for their first home game and tickets are still up for grabs. Don’t miss your chance to liven your weekend and get your tickets today.
9/18/15 - Players in the NHL are always under pressure to be at their best, but expectations are pushed even further when you have an older brother who is a league superstar. The Vancouver Canucks drafted Jordan Subban in 2013, and since then, he has been compared to brother P.K., who is older and bigger. Because he is smaller, Jordan has had to rely more on other skills such as speed and brains to succeed and is an exciting player to watch. He and the rest of the Canucks are all set to begin preseason play on Tuesday (Sept. 22) against the San Jose Sharks. They will play on their own ice at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Our ticket prices start at just $15 for seats in the upper level goal section.
4/29/15 - After finishing in second place in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference, the season came to a disappointing conclusion for the Vancouver Canucks, as they fell to the Calgary Flames in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Calgary went on a scoring rampage in the decisive Game 6, getting multiple goals each from Jiri Hudler and Michael Ferland en route to a 7-4 finish that eliminated Vancouver from postseason contention. The Canucks took Games 2 and 5 on their home ice to keep things competitive, but ultimately were overmatched by the offensive firepower of the Flames. Vancouver will now look to the 2016 season, when they will reload and get set for another run at the grand prize: the Stanley Cup Trophy.
4/24/15 - After falling in their opening home game of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Vancouver Canucks know they will need to win at least one on the road if they hope to escape their series versus the Calgary Flames. Leading 1-0 after the second period, Vancouver needed just 20 minutes of solid defense to secure a Game One win at home. However the Flames’ offense proved too potent, as a pair of third-period goals helped them rally to an improbable victory in the Canucks’ building. Vancouver took care of business in Game Two, but fell by a score of 4-2 in their first road outing of the postseason en route to a 2-1 series disadvantage. Tickets are on sale now for Tuesday night’s game at Scotiabank Saddledome in Alberta, but grab yours fast because they won’t be here for long!
4/17/15 - The Vancouver Canucks finished the regular season on a high note by winning their final three games. Their last game against the Oilers on the 11th came down to overtime, but they won 6 to 5. Goalie Ryan Miller returned from a seven-week absence due to a knee injury and had 23 saves in the game. The Oilers got on the board first and led for most of the game. Daniel Sedin, Kevin Bieksa, and Jannik Hansen each scored for the Canucks, and Sven Baertschi had two goals during regulation. Alexander Edler was the lone scorer during overtime, securing the victory for the Canucks. The Canucks next play the Flames for the Divisional Semifinals. Tickets remain on sale for the first game on April 15, starting at $68.
4/3/15 - With just four games left in the regular season, the Vancouver Canucks appear to be en route to a first-round matchup with a familiar foe. Assuming the standings don’t change, the Canucks will open their postseason chase for the Stanley Cup against Pacific Division mates Calgary; the Canucks and Flames have split their four games this season.
3/18/15 - With first place in the Pacific Division seemingly out of reach, the Vancouver Canucks now find themselves focused on fending off the Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Kings to maintain their hold on their current playoff position. After suffering a disheartening 4-0 loss to those same Kings last week, the Canucks bounced back with a 4-1 rout of the Maple Leafs over the weekend, getting goals from four different players as goalie Eddie Lack saved 28 shot attempts by Toronto. Vancouver will complete their current five-game home stand with games versus the Philadelphia Flyers and Columbus Blue Jackets this week. Come out to Rogers Arena for Flyers vs. Canucks on Tuesday night, with tickets starting at $43, or enjoy seats starting at $30 for Vancouver vs. Columbus on Thursday.
3/6/15 - With the Stanley Cup playoffs looming, the Vancouver Canucks find themselves well in contention, but well back of Pacific Division leading Anaheim. The Canucks are the No. 2 team in the Pacific, but are currently in sixth in the overall Western Conference, 15 points back of Anaheim and a point behind Minnesota for the No. 5 slot in the conference standings.
2/20/15 - With a two game winning streak at the moment, the Vancouver Canucks are the second hottest team in the Western Conference. The Canucks are holding down second place in the Pacific Division, eight points back of Anaheim, a point up on Calgary and San Jose, and three points clear of the L.A. Kings.
2/13/15 - Since the All-Star break last month, the Vancouver Canucks have been basically running in place, alternating losses and wins over the eight-game stretch. The result of this: The Canucks remain tied for third in the Pacific Division, tied with Calgary and a point behind second-place San Jose.
2/6/15 - Since returning to the ice after the All-Star Game, the Vancouver Canucks have alternated two wins with three losses in their five games. All five games have been at home at Rogers Arena, the most recent a 5-1 shellacking at the hands of division rival San Jose.
1/30/15 - With a two-game losing streak in hand, the Vancouver Canucks have not been able to keep up with Pacific Division leaders Anaheim, and now have fallen behind San Jose. However, the deficit between the Canucks is just one point and there is still plenty of hockey to be played.
12/19/14 - While Anaheim has taken control of the Pacific Division, the Vancouver Canucks have lost ground, even falling behind a surging San Jose squad. The Canucks currently stand in third place in the division with 38 points, two points behind the Sharks and a full 11 points behind the high-flying Ducks.
12/12/14 - The end of a long swing through the Eastern Conference was not a good one for the Vancouver Canucks. In losing their last three straight – to Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal – the Canucks were also falling out of first place in the Pacific Division.
12/5/14 - The Vancouver Canucks have emerged as a strong contender for Pacific Division superiority this season. The Canucks have matched Anaheim in points atop the division, and also have their own two game winning streak in hand.
11/14/14 - Unbeaten in their last two, the Vancouver Canucks have crashed the party at the top of the Pacific Division that is usually otherwise occupied by the trio of California teams. The Canucks are the recipients of a strong “fresh start” by goaltender Ryan Miller as part of their success.
11/7/14 - One of the surprise teams of the early season of the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks are just three points off the pace set by division-leading Anaheim in the Pacific Division. The Canucks have joined the Ducks as 10-win teams with a victory over San Jose going into the weekend.
10/31/14 - The Vancouver Canucks had their second win in a row against the winless Carolina Hurricanes with a 4-1 victory Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Rogers Arena. Goaltender Ryan Miller hit a milestone when he became the 30th NHL goalie to receive 300 career wins after making 29 saves. Miller wrote in blue tape "300th win" on the edge of the game puck and reflected on his 12 seasons in the NHL. His shoutout bid was spoiled by a late goal by the Hurricanes Jiri Tlusty, but Miller did not let that get him down. Miller made his best save in the third period, just four minutes in, when he slid from left to right to block a goal by Tlusty. The Canucks carried over their 4-2 win over Washington Sunday night. The Canucks will take on the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Rogers Arena with tickets starting at $77.
After a roller coaster season on and off the ice, the 2014-2015 campaign will be filled with renewed spirits and a new-look squad from front to back. After the Canucks missed the playoffs for the first time in 5 years, the club experienced a major overhaul: management parted with GM Mike Gillis and coach John Totorella, and welcomed new President Trevor Linden, GM Jim Benning and coach Willie Desjardins. On roster, the Canucks dealt center Ryan Kesler (Anaheim) in exchange for Luca Sbisa, center Nick Bonino and first and third-round draft picks. Vancouver wasn’t done, they even made a splash on the free agent market by signing Radim Vrbata, sending out a “win now” message to the rest of the league. See the Sedins and Co. get this storied team back on track with Vancouver Canucks tickets to the 2014-2015 season!
The Vancouver Canucks open their season on the road at the Calgary Flames on Oct. 8. Don’t miss out on the Oct. 11 home opener against the Edmonton Oilers. Be there for Ryan Miller’s return to St. Louis when the Canucks play the Blues on Oct. 23, and see Luongo’s return to Rogers Arena on Jan. 8 as a member of the Panthers. A must-see road game comes against the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on Nov. 8, which will reveal how the remodeled squad fares in postseason-caliber play. See a bitter bout on Nov. 20 when the Canucks face familiar faces in the Anaheim Ducks. Take a look at your new roster with Vancouver Canucks tickets today!
4/9/14 – The Canucks were eliminated from the NHL playoffs Monday night and one day later, the organization fired President and General Manager Mike Gillis. The franchise wasted no time in hiring former captain Trevor Linden to become the new President of the Vancouver Canucks Wednesday morning; in his new role Linden will be responsible for all hockey operations including the coaching and scouting staffs, player development, and minor league affiliations. Can the longtime Canuck get Vancouver back on track? 2013-14 was the first season the Canucks had not made the playoffs since 2008.
4/3/14 – After losing three straight, the Canucks now sit six points behind the Dallas Stars for the final wild-card spot in the West. Tuesday’s game in Vancouver marked the regular-season return of Rangers’ head coach Alain Vigneault to Rogers Arena. During the seven seasons that Vigneault spent in Vancouver, he won six division titles and lead the club to within a victory of the Stanley Cup. The Canucks will play four of their last five regular-season games at home, with Saturday’s Kings game in highest demand (min. $62).
3/28/14 – The Canucks split their crucial back-to-back games on the road this week against Minnesota Wednesday and Colorado Thursday. Vancouver was without top center Henrik Sedin (knee) and forward Alexandre Burrows (thumb) who suffered injuries in the previous week. The Canucks will finish the regular season with six of seven games at home, beginning Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks (avg. $183). Get out to Rogers Arena and help give the Canucks home ice advantage down the stretch! Five points behind the Phoenix Coyotes for the second Wild Card spot in the West, Vancouver needs to lock down as many points as they can to have a shot.
3/19/14 – The Vancouver Canucks playoff hopes are not mathematically over, but their 4-3 loss to the Lightning Monday essentially eliminated them from a post-season spot. With 11 games remaining in the regular-season, the Canucks need to win out if they wish to reach the postseason for a sixth straight year; the feat would go down in the franchise record books. It all starts Wednesday against Nashville (avg. $134) in the cheapest regular-season matchup remaining at Rogers Arena. Will Alex Burrows’ revitalization launch Vancouver’s history-making win streak? Can rookie Nicklas Kensen continue to spark the Canucks roster? Find out with Vancouver Canucks tickets to one of eight remaining home games.
3/11/14 – Canucks fans would like to erase last night’s 4-7 loss from their memories. Vancouver gave up seven goals in the third period to the New York Islanders in front of a sellout crowd of 18,910. The team will have to move forward quickly as they head on a four-game road trip and look to make up ground in the standings. Now the Vancouver Canucks are four points out of the eighth and final playoff spot in the West with 15 games remaining. With a lot on the line, it’s important that Canucks fans continue to fill the seats inside Rogers Arena! With cheap Vancouver Canucks tickets available for $40, grab yours now and support Vancouver as they look to make the NHL Playoffs for the sixth consecutive year.
3/4/14 – The Canucks could not hold on to a 2-0 lead in the Heritage Classic, dropping a 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators Sunday. After playing two in a row “at home” following the Olympic break, Vancouver will visit Phoenix and Dallas this week. Earlier this morning, the Canucks acquired Jeff Costello (Ottawa) from their Heritage Classic counterparts in exchange for defenceman Patrick Mullen. One day before the trade deadline, the Pittsburgh Penguins, Philadelphia Flyers and Detroit Red Wings remain front-runners to land Canucks Center, Ryan Kesler but will Vancouver say good-bye to the former Selke Trophy winner?
2/26/14 - The Vancouver Canucks are excited to get back to work after the Olympic break to put an end to their seven game skid. Captain Henrik Sedin has been sidelined with an injury all month, but should be back in the lineup for their all-important Wednesday game against the St Louis Blues. The Canucks welcomed back four players with medals: Dan Hamhuis & Roberto Luongo (gold for Canada) and Daniel Sedin & Alex Edler (silver for Sweden), and hope these players will provide much-needed confidence for the team. Luongo is confident "there's no [Sochi] hangover here" and their first game will put that sentiment to the test. Score Vancouver Canucks tickets when they face the St Louis Blues tonight!
2/21/14 – Canucks fans will get to see their team at Rogers Arena twice prior to the Mar 2 Heritage Classic when Vancouver will honor members of the team that advanced to Game 7 of the 1994 Stanley Cup finals. Trevor Linden, Kirk MacLean, Cliff Ronning, Jyrki Lumme, Gino Odjick, Dave Babych and Geoff Courtnall are among those expected to attend the ceremony with former head coach and general manager Pat Quinn. Vancouver Canucks tickets are averaging $174 for remaining home games; surprisingly Heritage Classic tickets are $10 cheaper than that!
2/4/14 – The Canucks head in to tonight’s heated game against the Bruins having lost their last four and fighting to stay relevant in the Wild Card race.
Vancouver holds a one point lead for eighth place in the Western Conference over the Phoenix Coyotes. The 2011 Staley Cup Final foes no question dislike each other, which makes Tuesday’s rivalry game a must-see! Following tonight’s hump game in the Canucks five-game road trip, Vancouver will close out its pre-Olympic break week at Montreal (2/6) and Toronto (2/8).
1/30/14 – Vancouver native Mike Santorelli underwent shoulder surgery today and will miss the remainder of the 2013-14 season. The Canucks will try to keep a positive attitude as they head on a five game road trip before the Olympic break. Veteran Kevin Bieksa will not make the journey as he is dealing with an undisclosed injury; that, following the announcement that Chris Taney has a broken thumb and will be off the ice until after the Olympics. The Canucks have gone 2-3-0 without coach John Tortorella; his 15-day suspension ends in time for his return Monday at Detroit. Is the upcoming break coming at just the right time for the Canucks? Vancouver fans hope so!
Vancouver Canucks tickets for the 2013-14 season are in high demand. Averaging $289, Canucks tickets are the fourth most expensive in the League and up 12% since last year. The most expensive game on the Canucks schedule will be played against the Ottawa Senators in the Heritage Classic on 3/2. The final outdoor hockey game of the season is averaging $386 at BC Place, down $32 in the last two weeks. Another must-see game: Vancouver Canucks vs. New Jersey Devils on 10/8 for a showdown of the former Canucks goalies in Cory Schneider and Roberto Luongo. Witness the return of Schneider for an average ticket price of $184.
3/11/13 - The Vancouver Canucks have won four consecutive Northwest Division titles. That makes six total for the club, more than anyone else in the Division. Vancouver has also won back-to-back Presidents Trophies. Canucks fans are used to seeing their team on top but have had to watch Vancouver struggle recently with injuries to defenseman Kevin Bieksa and Center Ryan Kesler. A fifth straight Division title may depend on consistency and whether or not someone can fill the void of Bieksa and Kesler.
Matches against rival Calgary Flames are both the most expensive (4/6) and the cheapest (1/23) on the Canucks schedule. The average Flames Canucks tickets vary by $194 between the two hockey matches with an average price tag of $273 and $79 respectively. Sandwiched between those two meetings, the rivals will matchup up at Rogers Arena with Vancouver tickets averaging $211.
Of all the teams in the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks have the second greatest percentage decrease in price since last season (-35%). Only the Philadelphia Flyers (-54%) saw a greater decline in prices. Most hockey clubs found that their average ticket on the secondary market increased as a result of demand going up after the lockout. The average Vancouver Canucks tickets are $190 for the 2013 season. It'll cost you $90 less if you want to see the Canucks on the road.