The Canucks made it through their first year post-Sedin brothers, and now re-tooled Vancouver is looking to work their way back up in the Western Conference under head coach Travis Green.
Defensively, the Canucks are hitching their wagon to Tyler Myers, who was signed to a five-year contract over the offseason, and will join rookie defenseman Quinn Hughes.
Youth permeates the offense, as fans are excited for Elias Pettersson’s second season, after his fruitful rookie season netted 66 points, while 22-year-old Brock Boeser has 116 points over his first two seasons.
Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko are expected to be a solid one-two punch in net.
Rogers Arena features a nearly unlimited amount of premium experiences for Canucks games this year. Suites are available on the 200 and 500 level of the arena, and along with penthouse and executive suites, you can choose the unique Sportsbar Suite, Legends Suite, and Rogers Studio Lounge.
Club 500 access gives you a bird’s eye view of the action, along with all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drink, in-seat service, a VIP arena entry, private bathrooms, and a discount at the team store. Private dining options are available in the Loge Club, while the Konica Minolta Club gives you the same perks of Club 500, but on the arena’s 200 level.