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As the sun sets over Vancouver, the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks will host the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night.
A week ago, they were the only team left standing after their season ended with a 6-6-0 record.
This year’s season is in its final week, but it looks like things are about to get a lot more exciting.
The Canucks are expected to win their first-round series against the Oilers by a score of 4-3.
The game will air on TSN2.
This is a special day for fans of the Canucks and their city.
It marks the opening of the new, fully operational Canucks Arena.
This will be the team’s first season in the new arena, which will be built on a portion of the old arena that was demolished in 2012.
This arena has hosted all of the NHL teams since the franchise relocated to Vancouver in 1984.
As of Thursday morning, the team had only played four games at the new venue, which has a capacity of 15,000.
The arena will be officially opened on Saturday at 9 a.m.
PT (5 a..m., ET).
As of this morning, Canucks fans will be able to buy tickets for the game online.
Fans can also buy tickets at the Canucks box office at 6:30 a.p.m.(4:30 p.m, ET).
Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, but fans can pre-purchase online starting at 10 a.b.m (1 p.b., ET) and can check-in online at 10:30am (1:30pm, ET) Monday.
If fans do not check-out before that point, they will be given a refund.
This season, the Canucks are averaging 8,056 fans per game.
The team is hoping that the arena can handle more fans.
The NHL’s newest arena opened on Jan. 1 and will feature new suites, luxury boxes and an outdoor rink.
The roof will be fully enclosed for hockey, which is the first step in ensuring that the Canucks’ fans will have a better view of the game.
On Thursday, the teams owners met with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and announced that the league will continue to operate the Canucks Arena until 2020.
Bettman also announced that in order to support the Canucks, the league is adding additional revenue streams to its existing television contracts.
In addition, the commissioner said the league would increase ticket sales by 20 percent and bring the total to around $100 million per season.
The full NHL is hoping for even more excitement from fans in Vancouver this weekend, so check back here at 7 a.t. for all the details.