The Vancouver Canucks enter the 2018-19 season with playoff aspirations. While no one is picking the Canucks as favorites in the Western Conference, the roster should be strong enough to contend for a Wild Card playoff spot. In the offseason, Trevor Linden stepped down as long-time President of Hockey Operations signaling a big change in the front office. 2018-19 will be a transitional year on the ice as well. The retirement of the Sedin twins (Henrik and Daniel) marks the first time in nearly 20 years that neither will line up as a top-6 forward. The new-look Canucks are essentially building from scratch behind a young roster led by rookie talent Elias Pettersson. Pettersson was the 5th overall pick in the amateur draft and he is already leading the Canucks in goals and assists. Behind Pettersson, the Canucks will rely heavily on second line center Bo Horvat. Right-winger Brock Boeser is having his best season to date playing alongside of Pettersson.
Rogers Arena consists of two main suite levels; the Executive Suite Level (just above the lower bowl) and the Penthouse Suite Level (above the 300 level seats). Penthouse Suites are perfect for entertaining larger groups while the lower level Executive Suites will get your group closest to the action. All luxury boxes at Rogers Arena come with HDTVs, a bar/kitchenette, private restroom, and access to private clubs and lounges on suite level. Guests with a suite ticket at Rogers Arena can use the VIP Entrance at Gate 10. Premium in-suite food and beverage options are available to purchase in advance of your event and every suite will be serviced by a dedicated suite attendant.