Vancouver Canucks Suites

Vancouver Canucks Suites

Rogers Arena

More than two decades after the opening of Rogers Arena in Vancouver, hockey fans from British Columbia and beyond continue to make the trek to this venue in droves to cheer on the hometown Canucks. The ambience and atmosphere of the facility brings about a euphoric sense every time the puck is dropped.

While downtown Vancouver may have many attractions, there is only one place to be: Rogers Arena. Hockey is a way of life out there and this venue is a testament to that lifestyle. Upgrades along the way have kept this building not only relevant, but cutting edge with the LED ribbon board going around the arena, upgraded scoreboard with widescreen LED display, and top of the line sound systems.

Though the entire arena is a sight to behold, this is especially true for the Rogers Arena luxury suites. There are nearly 90 suites in this building located across multiple levels, ensuring that your group can find the right spot to enjoy the Canucks. Suite sizes and seating options can accommodate your group, regardless of the number of people. Top notch catering and other amenities elevate the level of enjoyment to a once in a lifetime experience.

Rogers Arena luxury suite owners are very fortunate. Between the product on the ice and their surroundings, this arena is where you want to be every night. However, the full NHL schedule makes it so that the suites will go dark several games each year. That is where LuxuryVIPSuites.com steps in to help. We can market your suite to our corporate clients and help you offset some of your annual expense at the same time. Contact DJ direct at dj@luxuryvipsuites.com to learn more about our marketing program and how we can become a very lucrative partner for you.

If you are going to be in the Vancouver area and would like to host an event, call our office today at 610-828-7407 and one of our staff members will walk you through to the process and help you secure the best suite for your group at the best price in the marketplace. Our exclusive relationships with the Rogers Arena luxury suites allows us to provide our clients only the best.

Book a fun luxury suite at the next Vancouver Canucks game today!

Beautiful British Columbia is home to an NHL franchise that was founded in 1945 as part of the Pacific Coast Hockey League. The Vancouver Canucks spent seven years in the PCHL before switching to the WHA for the next 18 years. A complicated problem that the NHL was facing got its solution in the form of a new expansion franchise coming to Vancouver. The Canucks were purchased out of the WHA and moved into the NHL for the 1970 season.

Like most new teams, the Canucks failed to make the playoffs in their first several seasons and then, once they did make it to the postseason, they could not break out beyond the preliminary round. 1982 proved different, however, with the Canucks surging all the way to the finals before being swept by the New York Islanders, amidst their dynastic run.

Vancouver would not be back to the finals for another 12 years when they would face off against another New York team in the Rangers. The epic series went a full seven games before the Rangers prevailed on their home ice in game seven, ending their 54 year Stanley Cup drought and making Vancouver continue to wait to hoist hockey’s biggest prize.

Fans in Vancouver waited another 17 seasons to the see their Canucks reach the Finals again. 2011 saw the fast and talented team match up with the Boston Bruins. Again, the series went to seven games and, again, the Canucks could not find a way to come out on top as Boston won its first Stanley Cup since 1972.

Despite the play of some great Canucks legends over the years, the franchise is still looking for its first Championship. Still stinging from the loss to the Bruins, the Canucks have only totaled three postseason wins over the last seven years. They were unable to make the playoffs in the last three years.

Clearly looking for a new direction, management placed the team in the hands of Travis Green. Getting his first year of NHL coaching experience behind the bench for Vancouver, Green led the team to a record of 31-40-11. Though the result was disappointing, the future is still uncertain in Vancouver and a massive change is underway. His team’s veteran leadership duo, the Sedin twins, retired at the end of the 2017-2018 season. Henrik and Daniel will not be on the Canucks roster for the first time since the year 2000. No player has been selected as of yet to become the next Canucks captain.

Winger Brock Boesner would like to see more responsibility thrown his way as he tied for the most points on the team last year with 55. Bo Horvat is also determined more than ever help elevate his club. Young talent in Brandon Sutter and Sven Baertschi are eager to take on a bigger role for the team this year. Additionally, the Canucks have some veteran talent on their roster in Loui Eriksson, and Alexander Edler. Swedish goaltender Jacob Markstrom aims to keep the scoring low for the opposition and give his club a chance in every contest. It will be interesting to see how the pieces come together under in Green’s second year as coach in Vancouver. Fans in British Columbia are hopeful that things will play out well and bring this team back to the playoffs for a deep run. Adding Tanner Pearson at the trade deadline from Pittsburgh could boost their offense and help them make the cut for the postseason tournament.

Vancouver has had the pleasure of enjoying the play of a number of players with world-class talent. Among them are Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Pavel Bure, Trevor Linden, Roberto Luongo, Markus Naslund, Stan Smyl, Mattis Ohlund, and Kirk McLean. To find out more about the Vancouver Canucks and their history click here.

If you own a Vancouver Canucks suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Vancouver Canucks game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Vancouver Canucks suites?

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