[2 of 9 customers found this review helpful]
seats were greatgame was good if a slightly lacking in skill[...]
[1 of 5 customers found this review helpful]
1st Hockey game and we thought the Canucks at home was a classic choice but they have had a poor season and it continued on Saturday night. We did get to see them farewell one of the giants of the game-Trevor Linden.All in all, we really enjoyed being there and will go again. [...]
[6 of 8 customers found this review helpful]
This was out first experience of an ice hockey match...we are from England UK, an incredible evening. Unfortunately we lost a camera at the game. We decided to call lost and found just in case and by some miracle it had been recovered, so we will be collecting on our way back from Whistler...so impressed and grateful to the honesty of the staff and or fans who found it. Thank you
[1 of 4 customers found this review helpful]
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The Vancouver Canucks, established in 1945 as members of the Pacific Coast Hockey League (PCHL), are currently part of the Western Conference of the NHL. Their home games are held at Rogers Arena (formerly known as General Motors Place) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where the team skates out to the famous U2 hit ï¿½Where the Streets Have No Name.ï¿½ After joining the NHL in 1970 as an expansion team, the Canucks won three division titles as members of the Smythe Division in their first 23 years in the league. In 1993 they were realigned to the Northwest Division and continued to garner title upon title.
Through continued success and steady on-ice play, the professional ice hockey team has built a dedicated fan base that snaps up Vancouver Canucks tickets as soon as they hit the marketplace. As entrenched and successful as the Canucks are, itï¿½s only logical that theyï¿½ve built up a daunting list of rivals including the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames. The Canucks have advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals on several occasions, including a loss to the Boston Bruins in 2011. While their losses might have been bitter, the Vancouver Canucks had a taste of the sweet life with their win of the Presidentï¿½s Trophy and the Campbell Bowl after defeating the Los Angeles Kings.
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