Canucks Playoff Schedule

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The Canucks playoff schedule has been released as our Pacific Division Champions face off against the Nashville Predators in the first round, and Edmonton Oilers in the second round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Round One | Round Two | Viewing Parties

Canucks Playoff Schedule 2024

Canucks Playoff Schedule

This was the first division title for the Canucks (50-22-9 on the season) in over a decade and this crew hit another milestone, becoming the third team in franchise history to win 50 games in a season.

Round One

  • Game #1 – Sunday, Apr. 21, 7:00pm PT (Vancouver) – Presented by TD
  • Game #2 – Tuesday, Apr. 23, 7:00pm PT (Vancouver) – Presented by Michelob Ultra
  • Game #3 – Friday, Apr. 26, 4:30pm PT (Nashville)
  • Game #4 – Sunday, Apr 28, 2:00pm PT (Nashville)
  • Game #5* – Tuesday, Apr 30, 7:00pm (Vancouver) – Presented by McDonalds
  • Game #6* – Friday, May 3, time TBA (Nashville)
  • Game #7* – Sunday, May 5, time TBA (Vancouver) – Presented by Rogers
    *Games 5 – 7 if necessary

Single game tickets are on sale now. Vancouver Canucks games will be broadcast live on Rogers Sportsnet and Sportsnet 650 radio.

Inside Rogers Arena, fans will receive ‘playoff towels’ thanks to presenting playoff partners: Rogers, TD and NexGen Energy.

The Toyota Party on the Plaza will be the place to be before the game with live programming on the Air Canada Stage, music, FIN and alumni visits, a Michelob Ultra Beer Garden (19+), two ball hockey rinks, merchandise sales, face painting and poster making, dance team performances, a drum line and much more. Entry is free and tickets are not required. Programming will begin two and a half hours before the game and end immediately after puck drop.

Rogers Arena will host an official ‘Away Game Viewing Party’ for Game #3 of the first round of NHL Playoffs. Presented by Rogers, the Viewing Party will be a ticketed event ($15) with proceeds benefiting the Canucks for Kids Fund. Watch the game on the videoboard and receive special Rogers Value Menu food and beverage offerings thanks to Rogers.

Round Two Schedule

Canucks Round 2 Schedule
  • Game #1 – Wednesday, May 8, 7:00pm PT (Vancouver) – Presented by TD
  • Game #2 – Friday, May 10, 7:00pm PT (Vancouver) – Presented by Michelob Ultra
  • Game #3 – Sunday, May 12 (Edmonton)
  • Game #4 – Tuesday, May 14 (Edmonton)
  • Game #5* – Thursday, May 16 TBD (Vancouver) – Presented by McDonalds
  • Game #6* – Saturday, May 18 TBD (Edmonton)
  • Game #7* – Monday, May 20, TBD (Vancouver) – Presented by Rogers
    *Games 5 – 7 if necessary

Sportsbar LIVE! will be open for all home and away games during the playoffs. Limited reservations remain available.

Public Viewing Parties

Starting Sunday, May 12th, Oak Meadows Park will host Playoffs in the Park, a free, family-friendly public viewing area for the Playoffs. The viewing area will be set up in the north end of the park at Oak Street and W 37th Avenue, with enough room for 2,000 people to bring a blanket and settle in to watch the action on a big screen. Porta potties will be available and sanitation services will be increased to maintain a clean, usable park space for everyone.

Select community centres across the city will be showing the games in their lobbies, giving locals the chance to gather with their neighbours through the playoffs.

An additional viewing area may be added for future rounds, depending on interest. The City is also planning an outdoor licensed public viewing experience for home and away games at the PNE starting in Round 3, with capacity for 6,000 fans.

In Burnaby, there will be a family-friendly playoff viewing party Rosemary Brown Recreation Centre, located at 7789 18th Street in South Burnaby.

Road Closures and Advisories

Pat Quinn Way will be closed on gamedays to allow more room for pre-game festivities on the plaza.

Various road closures will be in effect on game days with traffic disruptions anticipated for those travelling in and out of downtown. Taking transit, walking or cycling are the best options to get around town on game days. Plan ahead and allow for extra time to get to where you need to go – especially near Rogers Arena.

For game one in Vancouver, please be advised that earlier in the day, various road closures will be in effect downtown from 5:00am to noon for the Vancouver Sun Run, including a full closure of Georgia St from the Causeway to Pender St (8:00am to 11:00am) and Pacific Ave from Jervis St to Hornby St (8:00am to 11:30am).

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