Vancouver Canucks Schedule – 2023-24

10/11/202310:00Edmonton Oilers
10/14/202310:00@Edmonton Oilers
10/17/20237:00@Philadelphia Flyers
10/19/20237:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
10/21/20237:00@Florida Panthers
10/24/20239:15@Nashville Predators
10/27/202310:00St. Louis Blues
10/28/202310:00New York Rangers
10/31/202310:00Nashville Predators
11/2/202310:30@San Jose Sharks
11/4/202310:00Dallas Stars
11/6/202310:00Edmonton Oilers
11/9/20237:00@Ottawa Senators
11/11/20237:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
11/12/20237:00@Montreal Canadiens
11/15/202310:30New York Islanders
11/16/20239:00@Calgary Flames
11/18/202310:00Seattle Kraken
11/20/202310:00San Jose Sharks
11/22/202310:00@Colorado Avalanche
11/24/202310:00@Seattle Kraken
11/25/202310:00@San Jose Sharks
11/28/202310:00Anaheim Ducks
11/30/202310:00Vegas Golden Knights
12/2/202310:00@Calgary Flames
12/5/202310:00New Jersey Devils
12/7/202310:00Minnesota Wild
12/9/202310:00Carolina Hurricanes
12/12/202310:00Tampa Bay Lightning
12/14/202310:00Florida Panthers
12/16/20232:00@Minnesota Wild
12/17/20233:00@Chicago Blackhawks
12/19/20238:00@Nashville Predators
12/21/20238:00@Dallas Stars
12/23/202310:00San Jose Sharks
12/28/202310:00Philadelphia Flyers
1/2/202410:00Ottawa Senators
1/4/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
1/6/20247:00@New Jersey Devils
1/8/20247:00@New York Rangers
1/9/20247:30@New York Islanders
1/11/20247:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
1/13/20244:00@Buffalo Sabres
1/15/20241:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
1/18/202410:00Arizona Coyotes
1/20/20247:00Toronto Maple Leafs
1/22/202410:00Chicago Blackhawks
1/24/202410:00St. Louis Blues
1/27/202410:00Columbus Blue Jackets
2/6/20247:00@Carolina Hurricanes
2/8/20247:00@Boston Bruins
2/10/20241:00@Detroit Red Wings
2/11/20241:30@Washington Capitals
2/13/20248:30@Chicago Blackhawks
2/15/202410:00Detroit Red Wings
2/17/202410:00Winnipeg Jets
2/19/20242:00@Minnesota Wild
2/20/20249:00@Colorado Avalanche
2/22/202410:00@Seattle Kraken
2/24/20247:00Boston Bruins
2/27/202410:00Pittsburgh Penguins
2/29/202410:00Los Angeles Kings
3/3/20248:00@Anaheim Ducks
3/5/202410:30@Los Angeles Kings
3/7/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
3/9/202410:00Winnipeg Jets
3/13/202410:30Colorado Avalanche
3/16/202410:00Washington Capitals
3/19/202410:00Buffalo Sabres
3/21/202410:00Montreal Canadiens
3/23/202410:00Calgary Flames
3/25/20249:00Los Angeles Kings
3/28/202410:00Dallas Stars
3/31/20243:30Anaheim Ducks
4/2/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
4/3/202410:00@Arizona Coyotes
4/6/202410:00@Los Angeles Kings
4/8/202410:00Vegas Golden Knights
4/10/202410:30Arizona Coyotes
4/13/202410:00@Edmonton Oilers
4/16/202410:00Calgary Flames
4/18/20248:00@Winnipeg Jets

The Vancouver Canucks, established in 1970 as part of the NHL’s expansion, are a professional ice hockey team based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The Canucks compete in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference and have a dedicated fan base that has supported the team through its highs and lows. The franchise’s blue, green, and white colors are synonymous with the city’s identity, and their presence in Vancouver has left a lasting impact on the community.

The Canucks’ journey has been marked by several notable moments, including their memorable runs to the Stanley Cup Final in 1982, 1994, and 2011. The 1993-94 campaign, led by players like Pavel Bure and Trevor Linden, captured the hearts of fans as the team came within one game of capturing their first championship. These moments solidified the Canucks’ place in the hearts of Vancouverites and earned them a reputation for passionate play and loyal supporters.

Rogers Arena serves as the home arena for the Canucks, and it’s known for its enthusiastic fan base, often referred to as the “Canucks Army.” Despite some seasons of rebuilding, the team has maintained its status as a competitive force in the league, developing talents like Henrik and Daniel Sedin, who are among the most iconic players in Canucks history. Through their commitment to both on-ice success and community engagement, the Canucks continue to be a source of pride for their fans and a symbol of the city’s enduring love for hockey.