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Sedin Ceremony Starts at 6pm on Wednesday

…Fans encouraged to be in their seats by 5:45pm.

by Canucks Communications @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. -- The Vancouver Canucks are providing fans with a detailed pre-game itinerary, so they don't miss a moment of the historic Sedin jersey retirement ceremony that begins at 6pm, presented by Budweiser.

Fans are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and be in their seats no later than 5:45PM to witness the full ceremony.

The night will celebrate two of the greatest Canucks in franchise history, highlighted by a pre-game ceremony in which the Sedins' numbers will be retired. Many of Henrik and Daniel's former teammates will be on hand to witness the incredible night.




4:30 PM: Doors open at Rogers Arena.

Every fan of legal drinking age will receive a complimentary beer featuring the name and number of one of the Sedin twins, thanks to Budweiser.

5:45 PM: Be seated. Fans should plan ahead and be in their seats by 5:45pm to witness the full 6pm pregame jersey retirement ceremony.

Put on your complimentary Sedin t-shirt and grab a commemorative magazine. Every fan in attendance will receive the keepsakes once arriving to their seats.


6:00 PM: Sedins' jersey retirement ceremony begins.


The Sedins will be joined by teammates, friends and family as their numbers get raised to the rafters.

6:45 PM: Historic ceremony concludes.

7:00 PM: Warm-up begins.

Because most ticketed fans will have already taken their seats in lower bowl and near the glass, unfortunately this is a unique evening where Rogers Arena hosts cannot facilitate other fans at ice-level to watch pre-game warm-ups.

7:27 PM: Sing O Canada with Mark Donnelly

7:30 PM: Puck drop. Go Canucks go!



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