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Vancouver Canucks 2022-2023 Schedule at Rogers Arena, Tickets & Travel Tips

The Canucks are back in the field for their home games at Rogers Arena to get ready for the 2022-23 regular season.  

Keep yourself updated with this Vancouver Canucks schedule at Rogers Arena and essential tips to buckle up before each game!

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Vancouver Canucks 2021 Schedule at Rogers Arena

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This year, the full 82-game schedule lasts for 6 months, starting on Oct 7th 2022, and ending on April 13th 2023.

Here is a detailed schedule for all home games at Rogers Arena listed in Pacific Time.

Tickets are available for all games and seeing significant demand from now on. Make sure you hold your slot as soon as your plans are locked down!

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Where Is Rogers Arena?

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Rogers Arena has been sitting at 800 Griffiths Way since 1995. This is a multi-purpose arena that is known as the home of the Vancouver Canucks hockey team. 

Its central location allows feasible visits from any part of the city. Public entrance and exit to the arena are accessible via Gate 2 from Dunsmuir Street Viaduct, Gate 3 from Expo Boulevard, Gate 7 from Pacific Boulevard, and Gate 8 from Georgia Street Viaduct.

What to Wear to the Vancouver Canucks Game?

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Picking what to wear to a Canucks game demands unspoken rules. You want to fit in and kill that hockey game style!

Chic and casual layers are the winning combo. You want something sporty, comfy, and warm to let your body fully immerse into the heated audience. Fitted jeans, a sweater, and a jacket are good to go! If possible, obtain a Canucks Tee or hoodie before the game and you’re spot on!

Tips to Travel to Rogers Arena

You can get to Rogers Arena by Lyft or Uber, by bus, board the SkyTrain’s Expo Line to Stadium-Chinatown Station, or drive on your own wheels. 

Buses that pass near Rogers Arena:

  • 14
  • 17
  • 19
  • 22
  • 23
  • 257
  • R5

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Tips for Parking Near Rogers Arena For Canucks Games

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If you choose to drive your own car to the game, you’ll want to head down to Downtown early to avoid being frustrated with parking.

Parking at the arena during the Canucks game is not open to the public, except for disability parking reservations.

Public parking slots are available within a few steps from Rogers Arena, including:

Impark Lot 1888 (Costco 605 Expo Boulevard) Underground Parking Garage (Event only P2)Event: $35.00North Off Expo Blvd And South Off Beatty St
Impark Lot #1610 (858 Beatty Street)Underground ParkadeDaily (until 1AM): $15.00South Off Beatty St & North Off Expo Blvd
Impark Lot 457 (777 Pacific Boulevard)SurfaceEvent: $25.00 – $30.00Left Lane Of Pacific Blvd, Past Bridge Offramp
Westpark Lot 038 (80 Expo Boulevard)SurfaceEvening (to midnight): $2.00Pacific Boulevard, Pat Quinn Way, Expo Blvd
Westpark Lot 039SurfaceEvening (to midnight): $2.00Pacific Blvd, Carrall St
Prices may change at any time

Note: Lot 987 opens to ticketholders no earlier than 15 minutes before arena doors.

Best Bar to Watch Live Games Near Rogers Arena

The Sportsbar LIVE!

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The Sportsbar LIVE! At Rogers Arena is Vancouverites’ favourite spot to drum up their enthusiasm for the home team. Widescreen TVs, décor, and ambiance are aligned with the Canucks brand to give you an adrenaline-rushing hangout.

While you’re there, make sure to grab some of their signature nachos and wings to spice up your energy during the game!

Address: 99 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 0N9.

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Yaletown Brewing Company

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This is a place for beer lovers, and even those who like to try a different kind of brew every once in a while. YBC boasts a seating capacity of over 160, an array of seasonal beers on tap, and a buzzing atmosphere complete with TVs and a pool table. There’s even a fireplace!

The complete neighborhood pub experience is what this spot is all about, so be sure to drop in for a visit, grab a cold one, and have the best time!

Address: 1111 Mainland St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2T9, Canada

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Steamworks Brew Pub

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The name Steamworks takes after the well-known Gastown steam line that passes from here. They actually produce their beer on steam and the heat gives a genuine beer taste. Get a 10 Tap Taster and try 10 different beers. There is Pumpkin Ale, Cucumber Ale, or perhaps just Pale Ale. Or what about a Heroica Oatmeal Stout?

If you are feeling hungry, there’s something for everyone, from chicken wings to pizza. Cheers!

Address:: 375 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B8

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Uva Wine & Cocktail Bar

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For years, Uva Wine and Cocktail bar has been synonymous with excellent hand-crafted cocktails and “hard to find” wine selections in a sophisticated yet intimate setting. Winning numerous awards for their artisan cocktails and diverse wine selection, Uva is simply known as the best place to get a drink.  

Uva serves some of the better BC and Italian wines available. You can also try a flight to sample their red, white or bubbly. For those who like a little pizazz in their drinks, ask the bartender for a specialty drink or go with their SnapDragon Cocktail, or one of their three takes on the classic Negroni. You can even order the Negroni Tasting Flight if you’re undecided and try all three 1 oz negronis.

Address: 900 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC   V6B 3L9

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Best Restaurants Near Rogers Arena To Eat At Before The Game

Elisa Steak House

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If you want to have a great bougie meal and be pampered before the game, Elisa is a perfect destination in Yaletown. You will feel exquisitely taken care of in this restaurant’s subdued lighting which offers intimacy while dining. Enjoy fine gourmet food from one of Yaletown’s top restaurants and cocktail bars.

The Tartare Tasting Trio is the perfect appetizer, then enjoy a fresh herb salad with Tender Leaf Greens. For your entrée try the Angus Reserve or Bluedot Ribeye with an award-winning wine from their incredible list.

Address1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6K3

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In Vancouver, there is no better place for sushi than Minami. So why not get some good sushi before heading down to the game?

A few must-try items on the menu include the Kaisen Soba Peperoncino, the saikyo Miso Sablefish, and of course the amazing Salmon Oshi Sushi. The dessert menu is gorgeous with Coconut Panna Cotta, and flavorful sorbets. But, the big seller is the marvelous Green Tea Opera Cake, which most likely will have you asking for seconds… and thirds.

Address: 1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6K3

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Robba Da Matti

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Warm meals, good wine and great times is the very essence of Mediterrnean dining, and no one knows that better than the folks at Robba Da Matti in Yaletown. Upholding centuries-old tradition, that the heart of every Italian home is the dinner table, this restaurant offers guests an array of amazon regional dishes prepared from family recipes.

Start with some mouth-watering Antipasti (the Prosciutto & Burrata is delish!) and follow with an entree of Lobster & Crab Raviolli, a hearty Spaghetti Alla Carbonara, or a scrumptious Seafood Risotto. Finish off with some traditional Tiramisu or creamy Panna Cotta.

Also available, is a wide selection of Italian wines on their drinks menu, so be sure to check with your server for a perfect pairing.

Address: 1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6K3

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Brix & Mortar

sous vide beef short rib with mashed potato
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For a true Canadian cuisine experience, take a trip to Brix and Mortar.

True to its name, this famous spot is located in a heritage building from 1917, that screams ‘authenticity and ambience,’ and makes for great Instagram captures.

When you’re there (and done taking selfies) try their Thunder Creek pork side ribs, or maybe a Brome Lake duck breast. The Wild Salmon is amazing, and cooked to perfection. If you’re in the mood for something light, order from their ‘small plates’ selection. They have seafood and vegetarian options, and their specialty: fried cauliflower salad. For dessert, you can indulge in their decadent chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, or in a delightful mason jar of passionfruit yoghurt topped with gin macerated raspberries.

Brix and Mortar has an extensive wine list, and their cocktail menu is filled with unique combinations that are sure to grab your attention. 

Address: 1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6K3

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Blue Water Cafe

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If you’re in the mood for a seafood feast before the game, then make your way to Blue Water Cafe. The award-winning eatery is located in Yaletown and offers an eye catching brick and beam ambiance with top notch service. If you want to impress someone special or just have something fresh (and scrumptious) on your plate this evening, wear some of those fancy threads that are hidden away at the back of your drawer!

Get your drinks in first, and select from one of the most extensive spirits lists in the city which boasts a selection of rare tequilas and cognacs, as well as a collection of over 200 whiskeys!

For your meal, order the Scallops, the Yellowfin Tuna, or some Atlantic Lobster (from the tank.) If you’re a meat-lover, then opt for some Kobe Style Short Ribs, or Beef Tenderloin. Another must-try is some Nigiri or Sashimi from the Raw Bar!

Round off your feast with a delish Yuzu Vanilla Panna Cotta, a selection of Sorbets, or some Fine Canadian Cheese.

Address: 1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6K3

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Marutama Ra-men

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If you’re not looking for anything fancy before the game, then some of the best ramen in the city is just a couple blocks from the arena at Marutama Ra-men. They specialize in simple and light ramen atop a chicken broth base, with ingredients coming from all over Japan.

In the morning at 6:00 AM, their team prepares a soup and chewy ramen noodles from scratch. Each day they make 1500 batches of noodles and still sell out before closing.

Their Tamago Ramen is a crowd favourite, with all the ingredients (cha siu & the a perfectly cooked ramen egg) that make for one delicious bowl of ramen.

Pro-tip: When you receive your bowl of ramen, always add the garlic chips. You will never be the same again after trying it.

– Near Central Library – 270 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6B 0E7

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Miku Restaurant

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Not quite walking distance from Rogers Arena but right beside Waterfront Skytrain! So you can get some of Miku’s famous Aburi sushi and then zoom down Expo line to the arena.

Fun fact: When Queen Beyonce and Jay Z were in town for their concert, they dined at Miku.

Address: 70-200 Granville Street, Granville Square (Canada Place Way and Howe Street) Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 1S4

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