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Vancouver Canucks Tickets

Vancouver Canucks Tickets
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The Vancouver Canucks will enter the 2013 NHL season with confidence, as the two-time defending Presidents’ Trophy winners look to remain one of the most dominating teams in the Western Conference. The Canucks’ dominance was confirmed by a fourth consecutive Northwest Division title last season, but it would not be enough to beat the eventual Stanley Cup champion L.A. Kings in the first round of the playoffs. Daniel Sedin led the Canucks last season in goals (30) while his twin brother and team captain, Henrik, led in assists and points (67 and 81). The Sedins alongside Mikael Samuelsson make up one of the most feared offensive lines in the NHL, but its Vancouver’s man in the net who has attracted both praise and hatred over the years. This man is of course Roberto Luongo, and he will most likely be leaving Vancouver after 6 seasons, passing the torch on to highly touted backup goalie Cory Schneider. Schneider averaged 1.96 goals allowed per game, proving he is clearly more than ready for the starting gig. The Canucks put together a solid defense with players Alexander Edler, Dan Hamhuis, and Kevin Bieksa, and many expect them to get tougher as time goes on. The 2013 NHL season could easily be an opportunity for the Canucks to win a fifth consecutive Northwest Division title and a long awaited Stanley Cup. Get your tickets today from your guy at Gold Coast Tickets! The Vancouver Canucks represent the city of Vancouver, British Columbia in the NHL and are members of the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. The Canucks joined the league in 1970 as an expansion team along with the Buffalo Sabres. They have advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals three times in their NHL history, most recently in 2011 where they lost to the Boston Bruins. They have also won the Presidents’ Trophy two years in a row, in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 NHL seasons. Some of the best skaters to play in Vancouver include Stan Smyl, Trevor Linden, and Markus Näslund, all having their numbers retired by the franchise. Rogers Area has been home to the Canucks since 1995 and was nicknamed “The Phone Booth” because of its relation to the telecommunications company Rogers Communications. In recent years Vancouver has ignited a string of rivalries, most notably with the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. The hype surrounding the Canucks have nevertheless generated a strong fan following and they continue to boast one of the highest average attendance record in the league. For more information on the Vancouver Canucks and their 2013 NHL season, visit their website: