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Calling all crazy Canuck fans. Lace up those skates and get ready for the season home opener at Rogers Arena Saturday. Hoping to continue their winning steak, the Vancouver Canucks will be facing off the Edmonton Oilers. A team with fresh faces, including new Canucks president Trevor Linden and goalie Ryan Miller, this season is looking to shake things up. Put on your blue and green and prepare to chant, cheer and holler for an exciting match on the ice.
Where: Rogers ArenaWhen: Oct 11, 6pmTickets: $69.50+ http://ticketmaster.comMore information: http://canucks.nhl.com/
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— September 2014
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