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Vancouver Canucks Playoff Tickets
Team: Vancouver Canucks
Conference: Western Conference
Division: Pacific Division
Home Games: Rogers Arena
Head Coach: Travis Green
Mascot: Fin the Whale
Team Colors: Blue, Green and White
Vancouver Canucks Playoff TicketsVancouver Canucks is a professional ice hockey team from Vancouver, British Columbia. As one of the three Canadian teams in the Pacific Division of the NHL, it often shares rivalry for the playoffs with the Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames. All NHL teams share similar season setups. The season begins with the preseason, which is mostly showcase and exhibition games. Next, the regular season begins in October. During the regular season, the Vancouver Canucks will be ranked with other teams of its division by points. In order to avoid the risk of a random wild card selection, a top three ranking in the division is considered as the qualifier to the postseason Stanley Cup Playoffs. After the retirement of Henrik Sedin, the Vancouver Canucks have been without a captain for a year, but the team is expected to name its new captain as part of the 50th anniversary of the team this year. Watch and support the Vancouver Canucks as they play through the regular season aiming toward the playoffs. Get your Vancouver Canucks' playoff tickets at StubHub, and watch the team live.
Which teams do the Vancouver Canucks normally compete against?The Vancouver Canucks are one of the 31 members of the NHL. The NHL is made up of North American hockey teams from both Canada and the United States. The League is divided into Eastern and Western Conferences. The Western Conference is further separated into the Central and Pacific Divisions. The Vancouver Canucks play as one of the eight members of the Pacific Division. During the regular season, the Vancouver Canucks will be playing both at home and on the road. The teams will play at every arena at least once during the regular season. However, when it comes to the playoffs, the teams will be ranked by points within their own divisions. The Vancouver Canucks' direct competition for a spot in the playoffs will come within the Pacific Division, such as Edmonton, Calgary, Vegas, Arizona, San Jose, Los Angeles and Anaheim. The top three teams of each division will have the opportunity to play in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The remaining four spots to the playoffs will be determined by wild cards and additional ranking matches.
Who is the coach of the Vancouver Canucks?Travis Green is the 19th head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. Previously, he was the head coach of the club's American Hockey League affiliate team, the Utica Comets. As a former player, Green played in the NHL for 14 seasons with many teams of the NHL, including the New York Islanders, the Anaheim Ducks, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Phoenix Coyotes and the Boston Bruins. Nolan Baumgartner, Newell Brown and Manny Malhotra serve as assistant coaches. Goaltending coach Ian Clark is recognized as an expert of the goalie position. His innovative approaches have been noticed by many in the NHL, minor pro, major junior and NCAA levels. This coaching team will guide the Canucks team to improve its game enough to gain a spot in the playoffs.
Who is the team's mascot?The mascot of the Vancouver Canucks is Fin the Whale. Fin puts in over 100 appearances, such as weddings, community events and birthday parties, every year in addition to attending Vancouver Canuck games. His favorite moves include his signature head bites during intermission and his playing goal. Commonly mistaken for a shark, Fin is actually a type of killer whale known as the orca.
How big is the sporting venue of the Vancouver Canucks?The Canucks' home games are played at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. As a large multipurpose facility, Rogers Arena hosts a variety of sporting events, concerts, conventions and staged performances. In 2010, Rogers Arena was one of the sites of the 2010 Winter Olympics and hosted the Olympics ice hockey and figure skating events. Currently, the arena is home to the Vancouver Warriors as well as the Canucks. The arena has a seating capacity of 18,910 for hockey games.
Where can I get tickets to Vancouver Canucks' playoff games?You can get Vancouver Canucks' playoff games tickets at StubHub, which has a variety of tickets to many NHL hockey games and many other sporting events in your area.
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