Vancouver Canucks Tickets Holiday Buying Guide


After an embarrassing season in which the Vancouver Canucks missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007, the team shed general manager Jim Gillis and head coach John Tortorella and brought on Jim Benning and Willie Desjardins to replace them. The early results have been stellar; Desjardins has led the Canucks to a red hot 16-5 start and the Sedin brothers, both of whom put up uncharacteristically mediocre stats last season, are back performing at a point-per-game clip. They’re joined up front by Radim Vrbata, who replaces Ryan Kesler as the Sedin’s number one target and primary goal scorer. So far, Vrbata has netted 10 goals, including two game winners.

Overall, the Canucks are sixth in the league in both total shots on goal and shooting percentage; they’ve scored a healthy 65 goals in 22 games. Below are the Canucks’ ticket prices for the team’s remaining home games throughout the 2014 holiday season.

12/13 vs. New York Rangers | Average Price: $255.48 | Get-in: $67

Rick Nash is the man on Broadway. The rugged winger has 14 goals -- the second most in the NHL. Tickets on the secondary market to the Rangers vs. Canucks are an expensive $255.48, according to TicketIQ. Get-in rates are just $67.

12/17 vs. Dallas Stars | Average Price: $171.59 | Get-in: $46

It’s Tyler Seguin’s league and the rest of the NHL is just playing in it. Through 22 games, the shifty centerman has 17 goals. On the secondary market, tickets to see Seguin and the Dallas Stars visit the Canucks are $171.59 on average, according to TicketIQ. Get-in prices are just $46.

12/20 vs. Calgary Flames | Average Price: $238.46 | Get-in: $64

Who would have thought that a pre-Christmas game between the Flames and Canucks would be a must- watch? Few expected Calgary to succeed like they have. Tickets for this game on the secondary market are expensive -- $238.46 on average, according to TicketIQ. The minimum you’ll pay to get in is $64.

12/22 vs. Arizona Coyotes | Average Price: $197.97 | Get-in: $46

The Yotes will hope December is kinder to them than November has been; the team is just 6-8 this month. Tickets on the secondary market to the Coyotes-Canucks are $197.97, according to TicketIQ. The minimum price for a seat is $46.

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