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Canucks sell-out lower bowl at Rogers Arena for Game 3 viewing party


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Cooper Godin
April 26, 2024  (7:06 PM)
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Inside of Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks
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The Vancouver Canucks are over 4,000 kilometers away from home as they take on the Nashville Predators for Game 3 of their first round series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but there will be a large viewing party to root the team on.

According to Rob Williams of Daily Hive, the Vancouver Canucks have sold out the lower bowl at Rogers Arena for a viewing party for Game 3 and there will be over 10,000 fans in attendance.
"The event appears to be popular with Canucks fans, who have already snapped up every available seat in the lower bowl, which has a capacity of around 9,000, according to a team spokesperson. The Canucks have responded by opening up sections of the upper bowl." Rob Williams said.

The fact that the Canucks organization has opened up the arena to hold a viewing party for the fans is great news, especially given how limited the options are to watch the team on the road. Yesterday, Vancouver's mayor Ken Sim said there will be no outdoor viewing parties because there's a history of bad behavior including in 2011.
Before the series began, Canucks fans were blocked from buying tickets for games in Nashville as the Predators limited sales to their television viewing area – Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.
Rogers Arena is going to be rocking with the organization trying to make it feel like it would if it were a home game and that includes PA announcer Al Murdoch, who will be there as well as a pre-game show.
Puck drop for Game 3 between Vancouver and Nashville is set for 4:30 p.m. PT/7:30 p.m. ET and can be viewed on Sportsnet.
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