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Vancouver Canucks Details

Though the Canucks first made the Stanley Cup Final in 1982 (they were swept by the 80s New York Islanders dynasty), most fans more fondly remember their run to the 1994 Stanley Cup Final. Vancouver’s 1994 team included some of the most popular Canucks of all time. Pavel Bure scored 60 goals during the regular season and added 16 in the playoffs, and captain Trevor Linden had a strong playoff run. Linden and Bure helped the 7th-seed Canucks win two overtime games in a row to come back and upset the Calgary Flames in the first round of the playoffs. The Canucks caught fire in the next two rounds and eliminated both the Stars and the Maple Leafs in five games.

The Canucks faced the New York Rangers in the 1994 Stanley Cup Final. The Rangers had the league’s best record during the regular season, and the Canucks were underdogs again. Vancouver trailed three games to one in the series but responded with a 6-3 rout in Game 5 and a convincing, series-tying 4-1 win in Game 6. Game 7 went back to New York, and the Rangers took a 3-1 lead into the third period. Trevor Linden scored late to pull the Canucks within a goal, but Vancouver wasn’t able to tie the game, and the Rangers won the Stanley Cup.

In 2011, the Canucks were the NHL’s best team during the regular season. Their goalie, Roberto Luongo, had just won a gold medal with Team Canada during the 2010 Winter Olympics and was one of the best in the league. The Canucks won the first two games and took a three games to two lead in the series, but the Bruins won Game 6 in Boston and forced a Game 7. The Canucks took 37 shots in front of their fans in Game 7, but they couldn’t get anything by Bruins goalie Tim Thomas and suffered another heartbreaking Stanley Cup Final loss. The Bruins won the Stanley Cup and Thomas was named the MVP of the playoffs.

NHL Playoff Format

Sixteen teams— eight each from the Western and Eastern conferences — make the NHL playoffs. There are four rounds, each a best of seven games series. The last two teams from each side of the bracket – the winners of each conference – face off in the Stanley Cup Final for the NHL championship.

When do Canucks playoff tickets go on sale?

The NHL season runs from October to mid-April. If the Canucks are in the playoff race, March is typically when playoff tickets go on sale.

How much do Canucks playoff tickets cost?

The average resale price for a Canucks playoff ticket is $167 USD. That said, many factors can affect the cost of a playoff ticket. You’ll most likely pay more to attend an elimination game, and ticket prices are likely to increase as the Canucks get closer to the Stanley Cup. There might also be more of a competitive market for a rivalry series in the first two rounds. If the Canucks are playing the Oilers or another Pacific Division team, you might have to pay more for a ticket.