• A view of buildings in Vancouver Downtown, including the Sinclair Centre in red brick and the Harbour Centre with an ornamental needle pointing skyward. The Sinclair Centre is an older building in Downtown Vancouver, built with grey stone on the lower level of the building and red brick for the higher storeys.
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posted by: Days Inn Vancouver Downtown on: November 05, 2018

posted by Simona K.

This year’s season 2018–19 is the 49th season for Vancouver Canucks playing in the National Hockey League franchise established on May 22, 1970. New slogan “we battle/ we are relentless” replaced “compete is our nature” used as a part of the Canuck’s marketing campaign for the last two seasons. If you happen to be in Vancouver and you want to experience the local vibe and the atmosphere of excitement, you should go to a Canucks game!  


Check the schedule here and get ready for some serious ice-hockey!


If you are interested to learn more about the Canucks and the local sports scene, you might be interested in Rogers Arena tour or visiting BC Sports Hall of Fame.



Rogers Arena is one of the premier sports facilities in North America. Experience the behind-the-scenes tour of the “cathedral of hockey” that attracts millions of fans to watch the Vancouver Canucks live. Learn about the history of the Canadian women's and men's hockey teams fighting their way to victory during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Each tour is unique and last between 60 to 75 minutes. If you choose a Game Day tour, you will also see up to 30 minutes of a practice of one of the teams playing that night as a part of the arena tour. Exciting, hey?


The BC Sports Hall of Fame is a sports museum telling the stories of BC’s best athletes and teams with must-see exhibits. Enjoy the one-of-a-kind Vancouver 2010 Gallery with artifacts celebrating the memorable Olympic games and inspiring Terry Fox and Rick Hansen Galleries, tracing their monumental journeys. Celebrate the local teams, including the Vancouver Canucks, Whitecaps FC, and the BC Lions. Don’t forget to visit the Participation Zone where visitors can climb a rotating wall, sprint on a timed track, see how fast you pitch and relax with bubble hockey! If you haven’t had enough yet, you can also add BC Place All Access Experience Tour for an additional fee to your experience which also includes a behind the scene tour and field access.

Hope you enjoyed our tips on for the sports fans in Vancouver! Do you have any other recommendations? Comment below, let us know on our Facebook page or post your pictures on Instagram and se the tag #mydaysinnvan.