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It’s been a roller coaster ride for the Vancouver Canucks in recent years, but things are finally starting to look up. With a new general manager and head coach, along with a whole slew of fresh incoming talent in the past two years, the ‘Nucks are hopeful that the slump might finally be over. With a fresh season upon us, there are a lot of things to look forward to, including a revamped offense and a healthy group of players. The Vancouver Canucks are sure to deliver, whether at home or on the road, so don’t miss a single second of the action at Rogers Arena. We have a great assortment of seats on sale now!
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The Vancouver Canucks were all set to head to overtime in a January 22 game against the Blackhawks in Chicago. Unfortunately for Canucks fans, the extra period never came as the Blackhawks scored twice in the final 1:18 to secure a 4-2 victory. Stealing a road win against an excellent Chicago team would have been a great boost for this Vancouver squad, so it could take the players a while to get over this late collapse. Vancouver still has a decent shot of making the postseason, so the team will look to regroup quickly and get some more wins. The Canucks’ next home game is on February 2 against the San Jose Sharks, and tickets are available starting at just $27.
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The NHL season is already halfway over, and the Vancouver Canucks are exactly where they need to be. Despite a rocky start to the year, the 'Nucks have won six of their last eight matches and are headed into a cushy three-game home stretch this week. Things kick off on Sunday, Jan. 15, when New Jersey comes to town. Visits from the Nashville Predators and the Florida Panthers follow on Tuesday (Jan. 17) and Friday (Jan. 20). All three teams are in the bottom team teams in the league, so the Canucks should be able to walk away with three more wins if they keep playing well. We have great seats on sale for all three nights--get yours now!

After beating the Jets 4-1 on December 20, the Vancouver Canucks fell 1-4 to the Jets two nights later. They also lost their most recent game against the Flames on December 23. Against the Flames, the Canucks came out strong, with Nikita Tryamkin scoring in the first period to draw them ahead. However, the Flames had three goals in the second and then added one more in the final minute of play to take the victory. The Canucks host the Kings on the 28 and the Ducks on the 30, and then they head to Edmonton to play the Oilers on the 31. Get your tickets now so you don't miss out. Prices start at $38.

The Vancouver Canucks are in a tough stop right now because they have lost their last three games in a row. The Canucks played an outstanding game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night. That is, until the third quarter hit. When the third quarter began, the Canucks held their heads high with the 5-2 lead over the Hurricanes. However, the Hurricanes quickly showed them that the game wasn’t over. The Hurricanes rallied back to score six incredible goals in the third period to win the game 8-6. Watch the Canucks hit the ice again when they play against Columbus Blue Jackets on December 18. Tickets for that game start at $23.

It’s been a bumpy ride so far this season for the Vancouver Canucks, but a pair of wins this week has the team and fans feeling a little bit better. Rated at No. 28 in last week’s power rankings, the victories over Colorado and Minnesota have bumped them up two spots to No. 26 in the NHL. Although they’re sitting at the bottom of the pack in the rankings, Vancouver will have a chance to continue their rising trend when they take on the Anaheim Ducks this Thursday, Dec. 1 at Rogers Arena. The Canucks will continue the home stretch Saturday, Dec. 3, against Toronto. Tickets for both games can be purchased today for just $22 and up.

Any hope the Vancouver Canucks had of beating the red-hot New York Rangers vanished well before the third period when the two teams played on November 15. The game was scoreless for most of the early going but then quickly unraveled for the Canucks when NY scored a late first period goal and then two more in the second. The Rangers took a 3-1 lead into the final period and went on to win the game 7-2. The Canucks will head off to play a few road games before returning home to host a strong Minnesota Wild team on November 29. Tickets for that matchup are available starting as low as $18.

After starting the season off so well, the Vancouver Canucks couldn’t close out October with a win as the team fell to the Washington Capitals on October 29 by a final of 5-2. Having been shutout in the previous two games, the Canucks were at least happy to get on the board with goals from Jannik Hansen and Bo Hovart, but the shaky Vancouver defense made any offensive success obsolete. The season is still young so there’s plenty of time for the Canucks to figure out what’s gone wrong and try to fix those issues. After a string of road games Vancouver will be back at home to face the Dallas Stars on November 13, with tickets starting as low as $34.

In a battle of undefeated teams on October 18, the Vancouver Canucks managed to escape with a win over the St. Louis Blues and keep the team’s perfect record intact. It took some late-game heroics in order to get that win, as the Blues held the Canucks scoreless for almost the entire game. Bo Hovart managed to score the team’s first goal at the end of the third period and then Henrik Sedin sealed the deal with the game-winning score in overtime. The Canucks’ wins haven’t all been pretty, but they’ve been wins nonetheless. The team will try to stay perfect when it hosts the Edmonton Oilers on October 28. Tickets start as low as $42.

The Vancouver Canucks are coming to the end of their offseason, with training camp just a few weeks away. They recently released their prospect depth chart. There is a lot of promise in Brock Boeser, Thatcher Demko and Olli Juolevi, but there might not be much more promise beyond those three. Corey Pronman from ESPN ranked the Canucks 13th in his latest prospect rankings. There are some rumors that there might be some trading going on, especially for a scoring left winger, in the final weeks prior to the start of the season to help them improve and make it to the playoffs this year. The first preseason game will be in San Jose against the Sharks. Tickets are still available starting at $15.
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