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Vancouver Canucks Tickets Go On Sale

Vancouver Canucks tickets will go on sale Saturday, September 24th at 10 AM for the 2011-2012 season.  You can purchase tickets online at Ticketmaster or by phone at 1-855-523-6800.  Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster Ticket Centres and the Rogers Arena Box Office starting Monday, September 26th.

The Vancouver Canucks are also having a pre-sale for tickets on Friday, September 23rd at 2:00 PM till 10:00 PM.  To get the Canucks pre-sale code you will have to go like their Facebook Page and it will be revield there.

I`m super excited to get tickets to the game on February 18th because that is when the Toronto Maple Leafs come to Vancouver!!! I hope I get tickets!!

Vancouver Canucks Pre-season Tickets

The Vancouver Canucks pre-season tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday, September 10th, 2011 at 10:00 AM PDT.

If you have the special code then you can take advantage of the pre-sale which is held a day early on Friday, September 9th, 2011 at 2:00 PM PDT. 

There are four pres-season games that you can purchase tickets to. 

  • September 20th VS. Calgary
  • September 24th VS. Anahiem
  • September 25th VS. San Jose
  • October 1st, VS. Edmonton

You can order tickets at Ticketmaster or by phone at 604-889-4625, option 3.

Rick Rypien Passed Away

RCMP have said that Rick Rypien has been found dead in his Coleman, Alberta home on August 15th, 2011.  Rypien was only 27 years old and was excited to go to training camp for the Winnipeg Jets.

Rick Rypien was battling depression but was said to have been in a good place before his sudden death.  Rypien took two personal leaves from the Vancouver Canucks twice in the last three seasons.  Rypien wasn’t offered a new contract with the Canucks but was signed as a free agent to a one year, $700,000  deal with the Winnipeg Jets. 

Reports say that Rypien’s cause of death was suicide, I however can not confirm this.  My heart goes out to Rick Rypiens family and all the people affected by this tragic loss.

Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Tournament tickets on sale August 15

Single game tickets and day passes for the Vancouver Canucks Young Star Tournament will go on sale Monday, August 15th, 2011 at 10:00 AM PDT.  Single game tickets cost $15.00 and day passes are $25.00.  The Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Tournament is from September 11th till the 15th at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, B.C.

The tournament will include either games and feature players from the Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, Winnipeg Jets and the San Jose Sharks.  15 NHL first and second round draft picks are scheduled to play for their respective teams.

Tickets are available at Valley First Tix or by phone at 1-877-763-2849 or in person at the South Okanagan Events Centre box office.  There are a limited number of 8 game package tickets available until August 15th for $100.00.


Games Schedule

San Jose VS. Calgary Sept 11 @ 4:00 PM
Vancouver VS. Edmonton Sept 11 @ 7:30 PM
Calgary VS. Vancouver Sept 12 @ 4:00 PM
Winnipeg VS. San Jose Sept 12 @ 7:30 PM
Winnipeg VS. Edmonton Sep 13 @ 7:30 PM
San Jose VS. Vancouver Sept 14 @ 4:00 PM
Edmonton VS. Calgary Sept 14 @ 7:30 PM
Winnipeg VS. Vancouver Sept 15 @ 11:30 AM

Where to Watch the Vancouver Canucks Playoff Games

Wondering where you can watch the Vancouver Canucks Playoff Games besides at home or a local bar?

Rogers Area
Rogers area will be opening it’s doors for away games starting Monday, June 6th 2011.   Tickets go on sale June 3rd at 12:00 PM for $10.00 and proceeds will suppor the Canucks For Kids Fund.

You can purchase tickets at Ticketmaster

Granville Street – Vancouver
There will be a huge screen mounted on the back of a truck parked on Granville  Street between Georgia & Robson streets.

Hamilton Street – Vancouver
A screen will be mounted on the side of the CBC broadcast centre at the 700 block of Hamilton Street.

Canada Place – Vancouver
Canada Place will be showing all of the games on their big screen.

SFU – Burnaby
The Burnaby campus will broadcast all games on a large screen in room B9200 in the south concourse of AQ.  Puck drops at 5 p.m. on June 1, 4, 6 & 8 (and June 10, 13 & 15 if necessary). Door open at 4:15 PM

Central City Plaza – Surrey
The city of Surrey has set up a big screen for fans to join and watch all the Vancouver Canucks games outside.

Vancouver Canucks Playoff Tickets

Vancouver Canucks Playoff tickets go on sale Saturday, April 2nd 2011.  You can purchase them via internet or phone at 10:00AM.

You can purchase Canucks tickets online at Ticketmaster, or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-855-523-6800.

Tickets start at $90.00, good luck everyone!!!



Vancouver Canucks Kids Fund Telethon

The Canucks for Kids Fund Telethon presented by Chevrolet is on Wednesday, March 16th and the children and families at Canucks Place Children’s Hospice need YOUR help.

All Telethon entries received before midnight on March 16th will be automatically entered to WIN a 2011 Chevrolet CRUZE.

There are also two great exclusive Telethon incentive pictures to collect:

  • Donate $100 and receive the “Naslund’s Retirement Night” picture.
  • Donate $150 and receive the “Naslund’s Retirement Night” and “Five Captains” pictures.



On March 16th, you may call toll free 1-85KIDSFUND (1-855-437-3863) to make your donation.

Toronto Maple Leafs VS Vancouver Canucks 2010

So I attended the Toronto Maple Leafs game on Saturday, December 18th in Vancouver with my best friend.  The Leafs were playing against the Vancouver Canucks (obviously.)  I proudly wore my Beauchemin #22 jersey to the Sharks Club before and to the game.  I cheered my heart out, and voice (I lost my voice) for the Leafs, but they ended up loosing  4 to 1.

It is an amazing experience to go to a Toronto Maple Leafs game in Vancouver because the stadium is packed and the fans are even for both teams, if not more for Toronto.  The Vancouver Canucks fan are really mean to Leafs fans, they really hate Toronto.  I’m not sure why, never will, but that’s the first thing I learned when I moved to Vancouver.  I wish the Leafs came to Vancouver more often, but its only every few years since they switched the schedule a few years back.

I would pay any price I have to in order to get to a Leafs game in Vancouver.  This time my ticket only cost me $189 and I was 25 rows behind the net.  Last time I went in 2008 (that’s the last time the Leafs were in Vancouver) I paid $200 for the very last row in the arena.  I lucked out this year because I got in on the presale and I didn’t have to buy from someone on Craigslist.

I got a free Leafs hat from the fan beside me because he gave up on the Leafs.  I would NEVER do that. haha.  Even though the Leafs lost the game I still walked out of the arena with Beauchemin #22 on my back proud to be a fan! GO LEAFS GO!

By the way, I have the Beauchemin jersey just because we have the same last name and my brother plays in the Junior B, and they both wear #22.  He is not my necessarily favorite player hehe.

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