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Cheer on the Canucks during the pandemic to cheer on the Canucks from a distance!

by Canucks Communications @Canucks / Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver, B.C. - There has never been a postseason like this and the Vancouver Canucks are celebrating the return to hockey by sharing a variety of new options for fans to cheer on the team from a distance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vancouver's play-in series versus the Minnesota Wild begins August 2nd in Edmonton.

With fans unable to attend games during the pandemic, the Canucks have put together new options to cheer from home while watching the games on Sportsnet or listening on Sportsnet 650. 


Ever since Roger Neilson first raised his white towel, Canucks fans have kept the tradition alive. Even though fans won't be raising towels inside Rogers Arena, that doesn't have to stop fans from raising them elsewhere. Towels are available for $5 dollars on with all proceeds going to Canucks for Kids Fund's COVID-19 relief efforts. 

Fans can now wave their towels from their couch, kitchen, and patio. Hang it from their balcony, or in their window. Wave their towel however they want, but wave it high, and wave it with pride. 


Fans can now get everything they need to cheer from home in one convenient Postseason Fan Pack: The iconic white rally towel, plus a new jumbo towel version that fans are encouraged to hang up wherever they'll be watching games.  

Fan Packs also include a special Canucks playoff t-shirt and first round commemorative puck. The packs are available now for $50 on  


Canucks fans can enjoy their favourite game night food and drinks thanks to Canucks Marketplace. Fans can order playoff food bundles, including the Hockey at Home combos consisting of nachos, ribs, two rally towels and one souvenir popcorn tub for $35. Or, wings, nachos, cheeseburger sliders, two rally towels and one souvenir popcorn tub for $55. Either pick up food at the ice-level drive thru at Rogers Arena, or have a bundle delivered to home via Skip the Dishes.  


Canucks Twitter has become legendary, and Canucks fans will have every opportunity to share their passion on social media. The Canucks social media team will also be inside the bubble, following the team daily, including game day coverage and exclusive all-access and behind-the-scenes coverage from the Hub City in Edmonton.  


The Sportsbar LIVE! at Rogers Arena is reopening its doors for Canucks postseason games. 

With more than 100 4K-HD TV screens, a towering 16+ foot big screen and the city's longest bar, there is no other venue like The Sportsbar LIVE! in Vancouver. A fan-focused 14,000 square foot space delivers a high energy yet socially distanced atmosphere complete with an elevated menu led by Executive Chef Robert Bartley's impressive classics paired with cocktails, wines and craft beers. Win or lose, Chef Bartley's line-up of appetizers, entrees and desserts create the party. 

The Sportsbar will be pulling out all of the stops to make Canucks games a truly exciting hub complete with an in-house DJ, nightly prizes and other fun surprises - maybe even an appearance from Fin the mascot - that will make it the place to cheer on the home team! 


The Canucks for Kids Fund online 50/50 will be operating for each game, just like usual. Fans can purchase tickets each gameday beginning at 9:00am until 9:30pm at Purchasers must be 19+ and located in BC. 

The beneficiaries the Canucks for Kids Fund supports continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the important needs of these organizations, still need funding. The funds raised will support beneficiaries, including the Canucks Autism Network, Canuck Place Children's Hospice, and BC Children's Hospital as they adapt to provide the vital care and programs that their kids and families depend on. 

Fans can select from one of four ticket pack options: 

  • 3 Tickets for $5  

  • 7 Tickets for $10  

  • 50 Tickets for $20  

  • 150 Tickets for $50 

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