The average price for Vancouver Canucks tickets for regular season NHL games has fluctuated over the years. The Canucks saw their highest average ticket price during the 2011-2012 season with an average price of $125 per ticket. The lowest average Canucks ticket price was $57 during the 2015-2016 season. The current average price for the Vancouver Canucks 2016-2017 season is at $75.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Canucks Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Vancouver Canucks schedule is set and after missing the playoffs last year, the team is working on making a comeback. The Canucks finished 6th in the Pacific Division and 13th in the Western Conference. Last season was the second out of three seasons that the Canucks failed to make the playoffs, so before the NHL season was even over they started making moves during their offseason. Vancouver traded Jared McCann to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Erik Gudbranson. The team also bought out the final year of Chris Higgins contract as well as signed free agents Loui Erikkson and Philip Larsen. The Canucks have been serious in their offseason, and you can be sure they will be even more serious in the 2016-2017 season as they work their way back towards the Stanley Cup Finals. TicketCity is the place to go for Vancouver Canucks tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Canucks at Rogers Arena, or supporting Vancouver on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Vancouver Canucks tickets, including home and away games.
Vancouver Canucks Hockey at Rogers Arena Address: 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1, Canada
The Canucks play their home games at the Rogers Arena, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Rogers Arena is often filled with over 18,000 loyal fans cheering on the Canucks. Top entertainment events often make a stop to perform at Rogers Arena. The Vancouver Canucks home bench is on the Rogers Arena rink side with sections 117-118. Rogers Arena parking information is covered in our Canucks event guide.
Canucks vs. Bruins
If you don’t know why this is at the top of the list for Canucks rivals, you definitely missed the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. From Raffi Torres’s goal with 18 seconds left in game 1 for Vancouver to the absolutely stingy goalkeeping of Tim Thomas, this was a Stanley Cup for the ages. Add in some rioting in Vancouver after Game 7 and you have all the making of a good rivalry.
Canucks vs. Blackhawks
These two hockey titans met each other three times in a row recently in the playoffs, helping spark a rivalry that spills into the stands just as much is it hangs over every player’s head on the ice. The Canucks and Blackhawks continue to be two of the best teams in the conferences and with young talent on both sides, that won’t subside any time soon.
Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
The Canucks, despite having not won a Stanley Cup in franchise history, have still had their fair share of success. In their somewhat fresh NHL history (Expansion team in 1970), the Vancouver Canucks have managed to go 3-0 in their Western Conference Final appearances as well as reach the playoffs 26 times.
2015 Vancouver Canucks Season Preview
The Vancouver Canucks bounced back after missing the playoffs to string together a fantastic year last season. The Canucks will be hungry for a longer playoff run in 2015, and will turn to a couple key additions to get them there. The biggest move for the Canucks in the offseason was Brandon Sutter, who brings stability and talent to the center of Vancouver’s attack. Vancouver also brought in Matt Bartowski, Taylor Fedun, and Blair Jones to add to what was already a talented roster. Daniel Sedin will once again be the star of the Canucks, along with brother Henrik Sedin, who despite their age, should still be scoring machines again in 2015. Look for the 2015 Vancouver Canucks to be a surprise team out west, and the Canucks could be in contention for another playoff spot.
2014 Vancouver Canucks Season Preview
Last season was a forgettable one for Vancouver Canucks fans. The Canucks finished the year 36-35-11 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007-2008. Head coach John Tortorella lasted only 1 season, and was fired, leaving the Canucks to search for a new head coach for the 2nd time in as many seasons. Only a few years removed from a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, the Vancouver Canucks still have a talented and experienced squad. The entrance of new head coach Willie Desjardins has the buzz around Vancouver positive and might provide the fresh outlook that last season’s Canucks desperately needed. Key players like Kevin Bieska with be mixed with newcomers Ryan Miller, Nick Bonino, and Linden Vey. Vancouver will have to replace top defenseman Jason Garrison, but added extra scoring ability in Radim Vrbata. The Western Conference is as good as it has been in a decade. The race for the playoffs will be tough for any team out west, but look for the Vancouver Canucks to be in the thick of the playoff hunt late in the season.
2013 Vancouver Canucks Season Preview
The Canucks had some turnover this offseason, bringing in the likes of Benn Ferriero, Brad Richardson and Ryan Stanton while letting go of Keith Ballard, Andrew Ebbett, Maxim Lapierre and Derek Roy. Henrik and Daniel Sedin will once again lead a line up front, while the Canucks will be now counting on Roberto Luongo to give them the production they got from two goalkeepers in the past. It’ll be an interesting season in British Columbia. The Canucks will be on the road for the first two games of December, traveling to Carolina and Nashville before heading home for a five-game home stand. Vancouver will welcome in the Coyotes on Dec. 6 before the Avs, Hurricanes, Oilers and Bruins come to the Canadian Pacific. Another home stand in late January will see the likes of Nashville, Phoenix, Edmonton and Chicago.
2012 Vancouver Canucks Season Preview
Like the 1v8 matchup in the Eastern Conference, this is no picnic for the Canucks and they’re probably wishing they had drawn a different team in the first round. Splitting the season series 2-2 with the Kings, Vancouver knows it will be a grueling series against L.A. and its superior goaltending. The Kings allow only 2.07 goals per game and Jonathan Quick has a chance at winning the Vezina Trophy, given to the game’s top goalie. No slouch in net himself, Roberto Luongo is a four-time All-Star and led the Canucks to the fourth-best mark in goals allowed. The health of Daniel Sedin could be the tipping point in the series, as he will try to come back from a concussion suffered from a viscous elbow to the head three weeks ago. The Swede is in his 11th year with the Canucks, and plays alongside his brother Henrik who is the Cancucks captain and also joined the team in 2000.
2011 Vancouver Canucks Season Preview
The Vancouver Canucks had one of the most successful years of any franchise in the history of the NHL. They won every piece of hardware there was… except the most important, The Stanley Cup. This year, they’re looking to finish the deal with a rejuvenated set of Sedin twins and pumped up Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider. The two things that might work against them are the rising talent in the Western Confernce, and the loss of defenseman Christian Ehrhoff. Ehrhoff was their most prolific scorer from the back, putting up an amazing 50 points. However, with a kicking set of twins and Alex Burrows chomping at the bit (along with their seemingly endless list of talented forwards), the Canucks will be a story all year long.
Vancouver Canucks - 12/7/2016
The Canucks have won four out of their last seven are currently 11-13-2 overall and are sixth in the Pacific Division.